Friday, September 07, 2012

LEGOLAND Malaysia, Fun@LEGO® Kingdom - PhotoHunt

PhotoHunt theme : Stuck/ Sports


A beautiful day to go on a Royal Joust ride.


Entering LEGO Kingdom

On 15 September 2012, LEGOLAND Malaysia will open its doors to the public. My hubby and I were invited to a private preview on the first day of September.

The first LEGOLAND Park in Asia, it is targeted at families with children between the ages of two to twelve years old. It offers a full day of adventure, imagination and creativity. Despite hubby and I having a combined age of a century, we both had fun while learning through play :D


As we were a couple of not-so-young visitors that day, we opted for a less challenging ride on The Dragon's Apprentice Roller Coaster which took us through the twists and turns of the Middle Ages. hmmm.....


Inside the medieval castle grounds, hubby was glad to help a LEGO® knight stuck on the ledge of the building.

So grateful was the knight that he gave hubby a set of sword and shield. :D


The hero and fair maiden were offered burgers and hotdogs (What!? LOL)  to satisfy their heroic appetites. Ice-creams and waffles are served here.


Before leaving the castle grounds, I noticed this ancient trebuchet. I was seating my pretty self, getting ready for a picture when hubby accidentally pulled a rope...... catapulting me through the door .....

ARGHHHHHHHHH.........

LEGOLAND Malaysia features more than 40 interactive rides, shows and attractions when it opens. Other LEGOLAND theme parks across the world are located in Denmark, United Kingdom, Germany and California and Florida (USA).




23 comments:

  1. Oh! It would be fun to sit in that trebuchet and get flung out! LOL!

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  2. I wanna visit Legoland but I know it will be horribly crowded!!

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  3. foongpc,
    Make sure you don't get flung through the wooden gate! :D

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  4. How come I was not invited? Haha :D So only rich and famous people get to enjoy it first lar? :p

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  5. It seems interesting...still I can't help but feel the place looks a bit barren.

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  6. Tekkaus,
    I thought you turn down their invite because you are more famous than I. :P

    It looks barren because it is the park is huge and it is brand new. The trees and greenery needs time to grow.

    Your kids will enjoy it when they are a little older to take the rides.

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  7. Fun post and great combination of the two themes.

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  8. Another place to add to the list of places I need to see. Looks like you had a wonderful time.

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  9. Carver,
    Thanks. happy weekend and happy photohunting!

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  10. Hi Uncle Mike,
    I did have a wonderful time. It's worth a visit just to admire all the LEGO models.

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  11. Looks like a super fun place to visit! I would have opted for the smaller roller coaster too :)

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  12. What a neat looking park! I notice that Australia wasn't on the list of future parks. Glad the knight wasn't left stuck on the ledge. Your husband is a real hero LOL


    My stuck is at http://hindmarsh-island.com/?p=813

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  13. Looks like a fun place.

    http://joycelansky.blogspot.com

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  14. Looks like you had a fun time taking amusing photos at Legoland! :D

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  15. Sue,
    Lego fans and kids would surely have loads of fun in this theme park. There is a massive amount of LEGO bricks for one to attempt to construct a LEGO village - which is my son's dream. :)

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  16. Vicki,
    haha... yes, he is always ready to help someone in distressed.

    LEGO can consider building their theme park in Australia. :)

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  17. YTSL,
    yes, hubby and I had our 2nd childhood in LEGOLAND Malaysia. lol

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  18. I bet there a lot of legoes there.
    Mine is up and the coffee is on.

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  19. That looks like a lot of fun ! I have never been in a Legoland I think the closest one to Belgium is in Germany at 630 km from Brussels, lol !

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  20. All oversea friends, do drop in to visit Singapore first before or after the Legoland trip. I enjoyed the Miniland Park.

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  21. How cool to have the whole park practically to yourself! Legoland is sprouting out all over the world.

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