Friday, March 16, 2012

Legoland Malaysia Brochure Latest

My friend send me this Legoland brochure via mail this week. Legoland will become a major tourist attraction in Malaysia at the end of this year. LegoAsia is proud to be the first blog to post the pictures of this brochure.

There are 6 major attraction in the park, divided into Lego Technic, Lego City, Lego Kingdom, Miniland, Imagination and Land of Adventure

THE BEGINNING (which is the entrance)
This entrance area is where the fun begins. The Big Shop offers the largest selection of Lego Toys.

All heroes must face a challenge. On the TECHINIC Test Track, it's building up the courage to brave razor sharp turns and drops. Then power ski on Aquazone Wave Racers as you dodge water blasts.

This is where kids can captain a boat and drive their own LEGOLAND cars and even get a driver's license. And at LEGO City Rescue Academy, the entire family can race in LEGO fire trucks to hose down a "burning" building.

This kingdom is yours to protect. Conquer The Dragon, romp through the hideaways and ride astride at the Royal Joust.

At Miniland, millions of LEGO bricks form spectacular reproductions of Malaysia's landmarks, including Kuala Lumpur with Petronas Twin Tower. There will also be other Asian icons such as Merlion (Singapore), Angkor Wat (Cambodia), Taj Mahal (India) and many more.

The Imagination is a place for the true LEGO fan. Everyone in the family can build and play with LEGO bricks and games. The Kid Power Towers lets you climb up for an amazing view before you drop and pull yourself up again. There are no limits to your imagination here!

Journey through this forgotten city's ancient temple ruins to recover a pharaoh's stolen treasure. Bettle Bounce gives kids a boost as they are launched up on Egyptian obelisks. And for the bravest families, test your courage at the Dino Island.

The admission ticket pricing (per entry) will only be released before the opening of Legoland Malaysia.

LEGOLAND Malaysia is 76 acres of adventure geared with family fun. It is packed full of more than 40 rides, shows and attractions. Nearly all the rides are hands-on, so you can push, pull, pedal, program, steer, squirt, splash, crawl, climb and yes - build your way through a full day of non-stop fun.

check the blog again for more update on the Malaysia Legoland.

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