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Map to LEGOLAND Malaysia
Take a peek at Johor Legoland Malaysia (also known as Taman Lago)
Legoland Malaysia Water Park with 70 rides/slides is now open to the public
Chima Fantasy cluster opening March 12, 2014 at the Miniland
the Legends of Chima in Miniland is an exciting experience for the family. It features waterfalls, the floating plant Cavora, a CHI ball that changes colour as well as a special tunnel and dome that truly allow children to get a closer look at their favourite Legends of Chima characters. All will be awed by this spectacular happening. Available at Miniland.
Get yourself entertained by one of the better offer from Legoland. Yes, the show that wowed the young and old called "The Loudest Shout". An educational live show that gives you excitement, magic and fun galore. Don't miss this show with the theme on house safety. You will also be allowed to participate in this show by way of shouting at the characters to tell them of the imprnding dangers. Kids just love it.
Star War buffs, see and interact with the giant scale Death Star replica now. Will be relocated to other Legoland Park around the world come December 2013.
Legoland Malaysia will be opening its water park in October 21, 2013 which will have 70 rides, slides and shows. Among those popular themes are Build-A-Raft River and Joker Soaker. It will also have an adjoining hotel scheduled to open early 2014.
Aquazone Wave Racer (New)
Directions to Johor Legoland Malaysia
Location map of Johor Legoland Malaysia and how to go there:
Legoland Malaysia is sited at the heart of Iskandar Malaysia and is now open for visitors. Official opening date is 22nd September 2012. Being situated next to Kota Iskandar, the new administrative center of the Johor Government.
There are three routes you can take, namely:-
From Kuala Lumpur
From the north via North-South Highway, take the direction exit 253 to Tuas/Nusajaya/Pontian/Tanjung Pelepas(this exit follows after the Kulaijaya/Kota Tinggi exit). Proceeding further, you will enter the Lima Kedai Toll (you must pay using electronic card) and proceed until you meet the Pulai Interchange. Proceed straight until you see the exit (312) to Gelang Patah and take the exit showing the way to Kota Iskandar. You should see the signboard to Johor Legoland before reaching Kota Iskandar.
From Johor Bahru/Causeway
From Johor Bahru via the Coastal Highway. If you start from Johor Bahru town, take the new Coastal Highway to Nusajaya/Kota Iskandar from Taman Perling side. Proceed straight after the Toll House and take the exit showing Kota Iskandar. You will reach Johor Legoland before reaching Kota Iskandar.
From Singapore via the Tuas second link. Proceed until you see the Gelang Patah interchange and take exit 213 which will lead you to Legoland and Kota Iskandar. Journey from Singapore to Legoland via Tuas 2nd Link will take 15 minutes of driving.
In case you get nowhere, here is the GPS coordinates for Legoland
GPS Co-ordinates: N 1 26.14 E 103 37.2
Legoland is next to Kota Iskandar so if you can get to Kota Iskandar which houses the Johor State Secretariat, you will find Legoland with the many signboards.
Legoland Malaysia is now open for business. Open seven days a week except during the off peak time where it will be closed on Wednesday. Operating hours from 10 am to 6 pm daily. To ensure that Legoland is open for the particular day, go to its online ticket booking site at Ticketing to check whether it is available. You need not book by not going beyond the check out counter though!
Bus Coach from Singapore to Legoland
Special coaches to Legoland is being arranged by WTS Travel Singapore. Ticket is priced at $20 per person. WTS coaches will leave at 8.30am each morning, with five services in each direction on weekdays. Service frequency will be increased to eight trips on Saturdays and Sundays, school holidays and public holidays.
WTS coaches will travel through Tuas link and will take 15 minutes whilst through Woodlands crossing taking 30 minutes. Another shuttle service will also operate from Jurong East and Boon Lay to the Tuas Second Link. After the immigration checkpoint, a direct shuttle will ferry visitors to Legoland and the Johor Premium Outlets (JPO). Both services will commence September 15th, 2012. For more info, call +65- 6587 8558 (Singapore) or Fax +65- 6782 8974 (Singapore)
A second coach company Causeway Link will be operating a shuttle service connecting Singapore and Legoland. A total of six trips from the Tuas Second Link to Legoland will be made daily.
From the Woodlands checkpoint, visitors can expect up to 15 trips made on weekends, and buses will travel the following routes: from JB Sentral to Larkin Sentral to Legoland and to Gelang Patah. For more info, call Causeway link at +607 - 360 2244 (Johor Bahru, Malaysia) or fax +607 - 358 4970. Services start on 15th September 2012 only.
Where to stay?
As both the Legoland and Hello Kitty Town is new, there are very few hotels ready to cater to visitors. However, if you intend to stay, we have made arrangements with a few hotels to accomodate you. You can email us for help at firstname.lastname@example.org for bookings. Boookings must be made in advance. Alternatively there is a hotel coming up in Legoland later part of 2014 or you might want to stay at Trader's Hotel at Puteri Harbour 15 kilomaters away.
A daily dedicated bus service, operated by Konsortium Transnasional Berhad (KTB), will leave Larkin for LEGOLAND every thirty minutes between 9:00am and midday. Return buses will run from LEGOLAND to Larkin from 4:00pm until 6:30pm from Sunday to Friday. On Saturdays, school holidays and public holidays they will run until 8.30pm. Each round trip will cost only RM12.
Causeway Link (based in Johor) will operate two new bus services. There will be a total of SIX trips each day between Johor Premium Outlets (JPO), LEGOLAND and the Tuas 2ndLink. Visitors can expect up to 15 trips on the second Causeway Link route: JB Sentral - Larkin Sentral - LEGOLAND - Gelang Patah.
If you wish to drive to Legoland, there will be over 3,500 car parking bays on site and over 100 spaces for buses and coaches available.
More on Bus Schedules to Legoland.
Warning for visitors to Legoland! It is real HOT around the playground so please wear light clothing and bring along your water bottle. A large one at that because you are going to need it! Be careful not to stand under the sun for too long to prevent getting sun stroke! There will be a lot of queuing up to get a chance at the playthings as there is a huge crowd on weekends.