Published on 11 Nov 2016 | 2 months ago
We took the coach bus to cross border from Singapore to Malaysia. We bought tickets for 2 theme parks near Leogoland - Hello Kitty Town (first of its kind outside Japan) and Little Big Club. The combined 2 parks' ticket cost RM110 (foreigner) & RM85 (Malaysian) each. The Hello Kitty Town is quite interesting. A tea-cup ride, a photography area, Hello Kitty House, Playground, A maze activity, A small cafe, stage performance area, Activities rooms - all are stated in sequence of the theme park. You can imagine the floor size. For the Little Big Club, mainly playgrounds with slides, performance stage for Barney and some arcade machines for kids. On the third and fourth floor is the Little Big Club. This is where Barney, Angelina Ballerina, Pingu, Bob the Builder and Thomas and Friends are found. Each character has a corresponding play area: Barney has a playhouse, Angelina Ballerina a dance studio, Pingu a winter wonderland, and Bob a building hub. Thomas and Friends has the entire fourth floor filled with rides, an elevating bus, rotating planes and of course a train. There are cafes on both levels and the food is priced reasonably; outside food and beverages seem to be discreetly tolerated. Malaysian ringgit is the currency to use and credit cards are accepted.
The next day, we went to Legoland Malaysia, a theme park that has opened in Nusajaya, Johor, Malaysia on September 15, 2012 with over 40 interactive rides, shows and attractions. It is the first Legoland theme park in Asia upon its establishment. Our twin absolutely loved it! They got to assemble their own lego racing car and compete with other kids. There are a few rides aimed perfectly at that 4-10 age group. The miniland, a range of Asian landmarks built out of Lego, is pretty incredible to see and we loved it, but to get the most out of it you'd have to be into Lego. We didn't have time to go to the water park next door and we heard it's good for adults and teenagers alike! We spent a total of 2 full days in Malaysia and could easily have stayed longer. We will definitely try to stay in Malaysia overnight next time when we come back to Legoland.