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What’s New For Legoland JB, Malaysia 2024

What’s New For Legoland JB, Malaysia 2024

Must Know Before You Visit Legoland JB, Malaysia

Nestled amidst the lush green mountains of Malaysia, Genting Highlands is one of the most popular places to visit among tourist spots. There are many Genting Highlands attractions where you can enjoy the respite from the year-long heat.

With so many Genting Highlands attractions to choose from, the casino is definitely known among most locals and tourists. But, of course, it doesn’t suit everyone, especially if you are looking for a family-friendly trip. With its excellent location and unique environment, many other attractions attract tourists from all over the world.

Genting Highlands has something for everyone. It takes about a 4.5-hour drive from Singapore to Genting Highlands. If you don’t want to drive on your own, consider taking the private transport service from V6 Transport Agency. So now, let’s delve into the top attractions that make this hill station a must-visit destination.

Legoland Ticket Prices


The normal price for Adult ticket is RM189 (SGD 58+), Child / Senior RM149 (SGD 46+) per day theme park entry.

We would suggest buying the 1-day double-park ticket if you are trying to get the full experience with your kids by giving you the access to both Legoland theme park and SEA LIFE. RM249 (SGD 77+) for adult, RM200 (SGD 62+) for child/senior ticket.

And if you’re really ambitious, there’s the 1-day triple-park ticket. Which would costs RM313 (SGD 97+) for adults, RM259  (SGD 80+)for child/senior. For 1 day, you can visit the theme park, SEA LIFE, and the water park.

Legoland Ticket Price

Legoland Opening Hour

Legoland Malaysia is usually open every day of the week, except most Wednesdays and occasional Thursdays. The hours will vary by day and season, so you’ll want to check their site before going to confirm their hours.

In general, this theme park is open from 10:00 am – 6:00 pm. On Fridays and Saturdays, Legoland Malaysia will be open for extended hours, until 7:00 pm or 8:00 pm depending on seasons.

Important Remark:

  • The latest entry time is 17:00.
  • Opening hour may differ, please confirm the opening hour for specific days with the location.


What's So Fun With Legoland Malaysia

Lego City

One of the best parts of Legoland Malaysia is Lego City. Basically, take everything in the real world, transform them into Legos, and you’ll get Lego City!

Attractions in this area include:

  • Driving School
  • Lego City Airport
  • Legoland Express
  • Lego Frontliners Mural Display
  • Boating School
  • Lego City Stage
  • Duplo Express
  • Junior Driving School
  • Rescue Academy
  • The Shipyard

From zipping around in Lego boats and riding in Lego trains and cars, to “flying” in planes, your family will enjoy Lego on water, land, and the air. There are also attractions for younger children (such as Duplo Express and Junior Driving School), so they don’t have to feel left out when their older siblings go on some of these rides.


If you’ve got a family of daredevils, then be sure to try out the rollercoasters at Legoland Malaysia. They include:

  • Dino Island
  • The Great Lego Race (VR)
  • Technic Twister
  • Dragon’s Apprentice
  • The Dragon


Your family will surely have a blast looking at all the Miniland displays – incredibly detailed Lego versions of some of the world’s wonders. You’ll get to take a trip around the world without even leaving the park! The countries and cities on display include:

  • Brunei
  • Kampung
  • Putrajaya
  • Vietnam
  • Port Tanjung Pelepas
  • Cambodia
  • Thailand
  • Johor Bahru
  • Singapore
  • India
  • Myanmar
  • China
  • Laos
  • Kuala Lumpur
  • Indonesia
  • Philippines

Bonus: there’s also a Miniland Pirate, which is great for kids who are obsessed with pirates and treasure!

Lego Mindstorms

Kids are sure to have tons of fun at Lego Mindstorms. This is where they get to work with Lego Technic and create robots with their imaginations.

These workshops can be a nice way to rest your feet while your little ones play with Legos and make some new friends.

Legoland Malaysia Water Park

If you’re visiting Legoland Malaysia on a hot day, then it can be worth visiting the water park. The fun attractions and cool water are sure to keep the kids entertained.

Some attractions you can’t miss here are:

  • Joker Soaker
  • Lego Wave Pool
  • Duplo Splash Safari
  • Build-A-Boat
  • Brick Blaster
  • Build-A-Raft River
  • Red Rush
  • Lego Slide Racers
  • Splash & Swirl
  • Imagination Station
  • Twin Chaser
  • Tidal Tube
  • Wave Rider
  • Splash Out


Many of these aren’t for the faint of heart, so make sure your kids know what they’re getting into!

Sea Life

SEA LIFE is an excellent place to bring your children to learn all about marine life – little ones will love hearing the educational talks and looking at all the sea creatures here. You should know that strollers aren’t allowed here, so if you’ve got babies toddlers, you might want to come back in a few years.



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