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Here's how to score discounts on day passes to Legoland Malaysia Resort

By NICK GARCIA Published Apr 17, 2024 6:45 pm Updated Apr 17, 2024 10:02 pm

Eyeing to visit Malaysia on your summer vacation? Why not add Legoland Malaysia Resort to your itinerary?

The theme park is currently offering a 10% discount on day tickets to foreign visitors through its "Book Early & Save" promo.

Three types of passes are up-for-grabs under the deal: 1-Day Theme Park with access to Legoland Malaysia, 1-Day Double Park with access to the theme park and SEA LIFE, and 1-Day Triple Park with access to the theme park, SEA LIFE, and the water park.

For non-Malaysians, a one-day theme park ticket costs RM225 (P2,600) for adults (aged 12 to 59) and RM180 (P2,100) for children (3 to 11) and seniors (60 onwards).

The tickets are exclusive of taxes, and toddlers below 3 years old may enter for free.

Here's a look at what you can expect from the theme park:

Legoland, revolving around the beloved plastic brick toy, the first of its kind in Asia and sixth in the world, offers unique adventures and Malaysian cultural experiences.

Some of the attractions, designed for kids and kids at heart, include the Miniland Amazing Malaysia, where guests step into a world where Malaysia's most iconic landmarks, vibrant cultural scenes, and stunning natural wonders—all built from LEGO bricks—come to life.

Those looking for a place to rest after a long day at the park can stay at Legoland Hotel, which features themed rooms embodying beloved characters.

Rooms come with themes of Kingdom, Adventure, Pirate, Ninjago, and Friends as well as deluxe rooms and suites. Prices range from P14,700 to P28,000 for an overnight stay.

In addition to Lego bricks, travelers can go on an underwater adventure through SEA LIFE Malaysia which has interactive learning experiences and encounters with over 13,000 sea creatures across 11 habitat zones.

It includes a SEA LIFE underwater dining experience, wherein guests can savor delectable meals amid the aquarium's wonders after hours, followed by an exclusive behind-the-scenes tour.

In July, Legoland Water Park Splash Carnival returns for its exciting challenges, thrilling performances, and even celebrity sightings. It comes with a new tropical beach theme.

As early as now, Legoland Malaysia is already gearing up for Halloween and Christmas. It has announced its Brick-or-Treat Celebrations, transforming the park into a spooky, fun-filled wonderland in November. Activities include parades, encounters with the likes of LEGO Dracula, and a screening of the exclusive Halloween 4D movie The Great Monster Chase. Children in costumes also get a free entrance with a full-paying adult and may win exciting prizes in the costume contest.

Brick-Tacular Holidays, meanwhile, would see the largest LEGO Christmas tree in December. There would be a special LEGO advent calendar, as well as a visit from LEGO Santa.

The Book Early & Save promo is available for a limited time and you can get tickets for this April until March 2025. Those who want to score discounts must book at a minimum of three days in advance.

In addition to the 10% discount for foreign visitors, Malaysian residents get 20% off on day passes.