Theme park Legoland has been opened in Malaysia in 2012. It’s the first Legoland in Asia (other five Lego theme parks are located in Europe and the US). The main feature of these parks is that almost everything inside built of Lego bricks (but don’t worry, roller coasters are made of more durable materials ).
I’ve been to Legoland Malaysia a couple of times. To be honest, Lego roller coasters might be a bit boring for those who older than 12 year old. But I do not like too much adrenaline, so I enjoyed rides on carousels like this:
One of the most existing attractions for me was the Dino Island. I even was screaming on the way down:
My favorite area in Legoland is Miniland, where Asian cities have been recreated using more than 30 million Lego bricks on a scale of 1:20.
It’s really wonderful! Look, for example, Kuala Lumpur:
Some of these models are difficult to distinguish from the real cities. I was much impressed with Miniland!
There are a lot of nice statues built of Lego throughout the park. Einstein:
A red dinosaur:
The good thing about Legoland Johor is that waiting time is not too long (compared to other theme parks, e.g. Universal Studios or Disneyland).
Oh I almost forgot to mention about food There are a lot of cafe inside and nearby the Legoland. But personally I prefer to have a good breakfast somewhere outside, because I don’t like fast food.
As I know they opened a Legoland Hotel and Waterpark recently, but I haven’t been there after this. I’ll definitely visit Legoland again, as soon as I buy a new swimming suit