If you are looking for a family-friendly destination that offers thrilling rides, interactive exhibits, educational activities, and more, look no further than LEGOLAND Malaysia.

This theme park is the first of its kind in Asia and features eight themed lands, a water park, an aquarium, and a hotel.

Whether you are a LEGO fan or not, you will surely have a blast exploring this colorful and creative world. Here is everything you need to know before you visit LEGOLAND Malaysia.

Getting There

LEGOLAND Malaysia is located in Iskandar Puteri, Johor Bahru, about 20 kilometers from the city center. There are several ways to get there, depending on your budget and preference.

  • By car: You can drive to LEGOLAND Malaysia using the Second Link Expressway or the Coastal Highway. There are ample parking spaces available at the theme park for a fee of RM10 per entry.
  • By bus: You can take a public bus from JB Sentral or Larkin Bus Terminal to Mall of Medini, which is a short walk away from LEGOLAND Malaysia. The bus fare is around RM5 per person.
  • By taxi: You can hail a taxi from anywhere in Johor Bahru or Singapore to LEGOLAND Malaysia. The taxi fare varies depending on the distance and traffic condition, but it usually ranges from RM40 to RM80.
  • By shuttle: You can book a shuttle service from various locations in Johor Bahru or Singapore to LEGOLAND Malaysia. The shuttle fare starts from RM12 per person and you can book online or at the ticket counter.

Tickets and Entry

You can purchase your tickets online or at the ticket counter on the day of your visit.

However, it is advisable to book online in advance to enjoy discounted rates and skip the queue at the entrance.

There are different types of tickets available depending on which park(s) you want to visit and how long you want to stay.

Ticket TypeAdult PriceChild/Senior PricePark(s) Included
1-Day Theme ParkRM142 / RM199 (Walk-in)RM112 / RM169 (Walk-in)Theme Park
1-Day Water ParkRM112 / RM149 (Walk-in)RM92 / RM129 (Walk-in)Water Park
1-Day SEA LIFERM70 / RM89 (Walk-in)RM55 / RM69 (Walk-in)SEA LIFE
1-Day Double-ParkRM187 / RM279 (Walk-in)RM150 / RM219 (Walk-in)Theme Park + SEA LIFE
1-Day Triple-ParkRM235 / RM339 (Walk-in)RM194 / RM279 (Walk-in)Theme Park + Water Park + SEA LIFE
2-Day Triple-ParkRM335 / N/ARM285 / N/ATheme Park + Water Park + SEA LIFE

Note: The prices are based on the official website and Klook as of October 2023. The prices may vary depending on the date of visit, exchange rate, and promotions.

Children under 3 years old can enter for free, but they need to wear waterproof swim diapers to enter the water park.

You can also buy annual passes that give you unlimited access to the parks for a year, as well as other perks such as discounts on food, merchandise and hotel stays. The annual pass prices are:

Annual Pass TypeAdult PriceChild/Senior Price
Theme Park OnlyRM199RM169
Double-Park (TP + SL)RM279RM219
Triple-Park (TP + WP + SL)RM339RM279

Note: The annual pass prices are the same for local (Malaysian) tourists and foreign tourists.

Main Attractions

TripItineray Main Attraction GoogleMaps@陳柏劭
TripItineray Main Attraction GoogleMaps@陳柏劭

LEGOLAND Malaysia has something for everyone, from thrilling roller coasters to interactive LEGO workshops. Here are some of the main attractions that you should not miss.

Theme Park

The theme park is divided into eight themed lands, each with its own rides, attractions, and shows.

  • The Beginning: This is where you enter the park and find the guest services, lockers, strollers, wheelchairs, and the Big Shop, which sells a wide range of LEGO products.
  • LEGO City: This is where you can learn how to drive a car, pilot a plane, steer a boat, or even put out a fire at the various driving schools and rescue academies. You can also hop on a train that takes you around the park or watch a 4D movie at the LEGO Studios.
  • Miniland: This is where you can marvel at the miniature replicas of famous landmarks and scenes from Asia, made entirely out of LEGO bricks. You can also interact with some of the models by pressing buttons or using remote controls.
  • Imagination: This is where you can unleash your creativity and imagination by building your own LEGO models, playing with LEGO Mindstorms robots, or watching a live show at the LEGO Friends stage. You can also enjoy a panoramic view of the park from the Observation Tower or ride the Kid Power Towers that let you control your own ascent and descent.
  • LEGO Kingdoms: This is where you can experience the medieval times by riding the Dragon roller coaster, the Royal Joust, or the Merlin’s Challenge carousel. You can also explore the Castle of Morcia, where you can find hidden treasures and surprises.
  • Land of Adventure: This is where you can embark on an adventure by riding the Dino Island log flume, the Lost Kingdom Adventure laser ride, or the Beetle Bounce drop tower. You can also test your skills at the Pharaoh’s Revenge or the Adventure Camp.
  • LEGO Technic: This is where you can feel the adrenaline rush by riding the Project X roller coaster, the Aquazone Wave Racers, or the Technic Twister. You can also challenge yourself at the LEGO Mindstorms workshop or the LEGO Academy.
  • LEGO Ninjago World: This is where you can join the ninja heroes by riding the Ninjago The Ride, which is a 4D interactive ride that lets you use your hand gestures to control the elements. You can also train your ninja skills at the Kai’s Spinners, Cole’s Rock Climb, Jay’s Lightning Drill, or Zane’s Temple Build.

Water Park

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TripItinerary Waterpark GoogleMaps@Lucas Zhu

The water park is adjacent to the theme park and features more than 20 slides, pools, and attractions.

  • Build-A-Raft River: This is where you can float along a lazy river and customize your own raft with LEGO bricks.
  • Joker Soaker: This is where you can enjoy a fun-filled water playground with slides, water cannons, and a giant bucket that dumps water every few minutes.
  • LEGO Wave Pool: This is where you can relax or play in a wave pool that is suitable for all ages.
  • DUPLO Splash Safari: This is where you can find smaller slides and water features that are designed for toddlers and younger children.
  • Red Rush: This is where you can slide down a family raft that fits up to four people.
  • Splash ‘N’ Swirl: This is where you can slide down a single or double tube that spins and splashes you along the way.
  • Twin Chasers: This is where you can race with your friend on two side-by-side slides that twist and turn.
  • Brick Blaster: This is where you can slide down a three-person raft that blasts you through tunnels and drops.
  • Tidal Tube: This is where you can slide down a high-speed slide that plunges you into a splash pool.
  • Wave Rider: This is where you can slide down a body slide that curves and dips.


The Sea Life Aquarium is located next to the theme park and features more than 13,000 marine creatures from 120 species.

  • Ocean Tunnel: This is where you can walk through a 180-degree tunnel and see sharks, rays, turtles, and fish swimming above and around you.
  • Rockpool: This is where you can touch and feel starfish, sea cucumbers, crabs, and other creatures in a shallow pool.
  • Seahorse Nursery: This is where you can see different species of seahorses, pipefish, and sea dragons in various habitats.
  • Coral Reef: This is where you can see colorful corals and fish in a vibrant display of underwater life.
  • Stingray Bay: This is where you can see different types of stingrays gliding and swimming in a large tank.
  • Rainforest Adventure: This is where you can see exotic animals such as piranhas, crocodiles, frogs, snakes, and spiders in a rainforest-themed zone.
  • Shipwreck: This is where you can see how marine life has taken over a sunken ship and created a new home for themselves.

Educational Experience

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TripItinerary Educational Experience GoogleMaps@Isaac Tan

LEGOLAND Malaysia is not only fun but also educational. You can learn about various topics such as science, technology, engineering, mathematics, art, and design through interactive exhibits and workshops.

  • LEGO Mindstorms: This is where you can learn how to program and control LEGO robots using sensors and motors. You can also join competitions and challenges to test your skills.
  • LEGO Academy: This is where you can learn how to build different models using LEGO bricks and techniques. You can also join workshops that teach you about specific themes such as architecture, engineering, or space exploration.
  • SEA LIFE Education Centre: This is where you can learn more about marine life and conservation through interactive displays and activities. You can also join talks and feeding sessions to see how the aquarium staff take care of the animals.

Dining and Shopping

There are plenty of dining and shopping options at LEGOLAND Malaysia to suit your taste and budget.

You can find a variety of cuisines, from Asian to Western, at the restaurants and cafes in the theme park, water park and hotel. Some of the popular places to eat are:

  • Market Restaurant: A buffet-style restaurant that serves international dishes, salads, desserts, and drinks.
  • Pizza Mania: A place to enjoy freshly baked pizzas, pasta, salads, and soups
  • The Fried Chicken Co.: A fast-food outlet that offers crispy fried chicken, burgers, fries, and soft drinks.
  • The Cafe: A cozy cafe that serves coffee, tea, pastries, and sandwiches

You can also buy souvenirs, toys, clothing, and other items at the shops in the theme park, water park, and hotel. Some of the places to shop are:

  • The Big Shop: The largest LEGO store in Asia, where you can find a wide range of LEGO products, including exclusive sets and collectibles.
  • King’s Market: A medieval-themed shop that sells costumes, accessories, swords, and shields.
  • Brick Shop: A shop that sells individual LEGO bricks and elements, as well as pick-a-brick and build-a-minifigure stations.
  • Minifigure Market: A shop that sells LEGO minifigures, keychains, magnets, and stickers.

Special Events and Programs

LEGOLAND Malaysia also hosts various special events and programs throughout the year to celebrate different occasions and themes. Some of the past and upcoming events and programs are:

  • Halloween Brick-or-Treat: A spooky celebration that features trick-or-treating, costume contests, haunted houses, and shows
  • Christmas Bricktacular: A festive celebration that features a giant LEGO Christmas tree, a snow play area, Santa’s workshop, and shows
  • Chinese New Year Celebration: A cultural celebration that features lion dances, lanterns, fireworks, and shows.
  • LEGO Star Wars Days: A galactic celebration that features LEGO Star Wars models, activities, games, and shows
  • LEGO Friends Weekends: A girly celebration that features LEGO Friends models, activities, games, and shows

You can also join various educational and fun programs at LEGOLAND Malaysia, such as:

  • Mindstorms Workshop: A workshop that teaches you how to build and program LEGO robots using the Mindstorms software.
  • Model Builder Academy: A workshop that teaches you how to build LEGO models using different techniques and tips
  • Sea Explorer Program: A program that lets you explore the Sea Life aquarium and learn about marine life and conservation efforts.


TripItineray Accomodation GoogleMaps@Vinay Matvankar
TripItineray Accomodation GoogleMaps@Vinay Matvankar

If you want to extend your LEGOLAND experience, you can stay at the LEGOLAND Hotel, which is located right next to the theme park.

The hotel offers 258 themed rooms that are decorated with LEGO elements and feature different themes, such as:

  • Pirate: A room that has a pirate ship bed, a treasure chest, and pirate flags.
  • Adventure: A room that has a jungle bed, ancient artifacts, and animal prints.
  • Kingdom: A room that has a castle bed, knight’s armor, and royal banners.
  • Ninjago: A room that has a ninja bed, dojo wall, and ninja weapons.
  • Lego Friends: A room that has a heart-shaped bed, a friendship wall, and Lego Friends characters

The hotel also provides exclusive benefits for guests, such as:

  • Early access to the theme park
  • Free breakfast buffet
  • Free parking
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • 20% discount on food and beverage
  • 10% discount on merchandise
  • Evening entertainment

Visitor Tips

To make the most of your visit to LEGOLAND Malaysia, here are some tips and advice:

  • Check the opening hours and ride schedules before you go.
  • Plan your itinerary ahead of time.
  • Wear comfortable clothes and shoes.
  • Bring sunscreen, hats, sunglasses, and water bottles.
  • Arrive early and avoid peak hours.


LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort is highly recommended for families, especially those with growing children.

The vast variety of activities and experiences ensures that fun and learning go hand-in-hand.

A notable tip from visitors is the value of purchasing an annual pass, which allows for multiple visits to fully enjoy all the parks as a day might not suffice to cover everything.

The theme park, water park, and SEA LIFE each offer unique attractions, though some suggest that SEA LIFE could use more variety in marine life.

Online ticket purchasing, particularly through platforms like Shopee, is mentioned for better deals.

Weekday visits are favored for fewer crowds, shorter wait times, and a more relaxed experience.

However, maintenance issues and operational hiccups like non-working locker rooms and autopay machines were pointed out, indicating room for improvement in facility management.

Despite minor inconveniences, the sentiment leans positively towards the resort being a must-visit family destination in Malaysia. 1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars (No Ratings Yet)

Maklumat Tambahan

Nama: LEGOLAND Malaysia
Alamat:: 7, Persiaran Medini Utara 3, 79100 Iskandar Puteri, Johor
Waktu Operasi:: Thur-Tue,10:00 am–6:00 pm
Nombor Telefon:: +6075978888
Harga Tiket:: RM199
Link Google Maps:: Klik di sini untuk melihat peta lokasi
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