Prior to the trip, I’ve made my research how to get to Legoland Malaysia from Singapore. There are a lot of information but I decided to avail coach transfer from WTS Travel Agency. Actually, you can book your tickets online but I decided to buy the ticket when we get there.
After our breakfast, we went to WTS at Singapore Flyer but we missed the 9:30AM trip so we have to wait for the last bus trip which is 10:30AM. It is better if you buy the package because it is much cheaper but since I still have Malaysian Ringgit, I just avail the coach transfer at SGD20 per person (Round Trip). You can check the Legoland Day Trip Package here.
The travel time is around 1 hour and 30 minutes including the two immigration stops in Singapore and Johor Bahru. Finally, we reached our destination. We bought the ticket first, they also accept Singapore Dollar so no need to exchange money if you came from Singapore. We paid in SGD and RM.
RM110 - child
SGD56 - adult
We arrived just in time for lunch so I immediately checked the map to locate the food shops but my son was so excited to check the theme park so we checked the Lego City Zone first. My son tried the Junior Driving School and we road the boat in Boating School. Then we convince him that we should eat our lunch first and with heavy heart he followed us in Market Restaurant.
My husband ordered Roast Chicken and Fish and Chips at RM28 each, the meal includes soup and soda. I shared my meal with my son.
After lunch we we moved to Lego Technic Zone, we tried the Technic Twister and Aquazone Wave Racers. My husband rode the Project X while my son enjoyed the Water Splash.
We can’t take the heat so we went inside the Lego Mindstorms and Lego Academy.
Next stop is Lego Kingdom Zone, my son wanted to play in The Forestmen’s Hideout but my husband convince my son to join him in Dragon’s Apprentice. It was a roller coaster and my son was so scared when I checked their picture. My husband and son was shouting all throughout the ride so they decided not to ride the “The Dragon”.
My son rode the Royal Joust and we tried the Merlin’s Challenge.
We moved to Imagination Zone, where my son and husband played lego in Build and Test and rode the Kid Power Towers. We also watched Lego movie in Lego Studio.
After the movie we walked to Land of Adventure Zone and tried the Pharaoh’s Revenge and Lost Kingdom Adventure.
Last stop is the Miniland Zone, where you can see famous landmarks in different Asian Cities, these landscapes are build out of Lego. #amazing.
Of course, we rode the Legoland Express Train and kiddie train for my son.
Our last activity for the day is this. #maslalokaminapagod.
We finished the tour in few hours and we spent the remaining time in eating and checking the Big Shop. We bought some souvenirs and rest while waiting for our bus.
Note: During our trip, the place was not crowded so no long lines and sometimes we’re the only people in the ride. It was really hot so we spent a lot of money in buying drinks. I live in tropical country but still, I can’t take the heat so I suggest you visit this place in colder months, maybe December or January. #limitedshade Bring extra clothes, umbrella, cap and face towel.