LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort is Malaysia's first international theme park that opened its doors to the public in 2012. It takes pride in housing the first-ever LEGOLAND theme park created in Asia that is home to over 40 interacting rides, shows and attractions. The park consists of eight zones each, bringing a unique experience for both children and families to partake in. Not to forget the LEGOLAND Water Park that has more than 20 activities along with the SEA LIFE Aquarium which consists of 13,000 sea creatures bringing a one-of-a-kind experience for visitors to explore.

Highlights

Fly an aeroplane, drive a car, become the king of your castle, fight like a ninja or conquer the dragons - now you can do all this and lots more at LEGOLAND Malaysia. Step into the world of Lego-themed rides and attractions to witness a one-of-a-kind experience catering to both kids and kids at heart.

  • Go around as you take control of your cup at Technic Twister. Go as fast or slow as you please, making it perfect for everyone to enjoy.

Explore  Legoland Malaysia

Things To Do Legoland Malaysia

Know Before You Visit

From opening hours and location to safety guidelines and more - here is everything you need to know about Legoland Malaysia before visiting the park. 

Legoland Malaysia Facilites
  • Guest service counters are available at The Beginning where the LEGOLAND Malaysia staff members are ready to assist you. 
  • ATM machine is available at The Beginning
  • Baby-changing facilities are available within the park for guests to avail. This includes services such as bottle warmers, high chairs, rockers for nursing moms and a microwave. Every restroom is also equipped with diaper-changing tables.
  • LEGOLAND Malaysia has first aid services located at the LEGO City (next to Market Restaurant)
  • Guests can use the prayer room which is located at the Imagination area, next to the Pizza Mania Outlet
  • Lockers are available at The Great LEGO Race and Dino Island as well as Water Park for visitors to avail.
  • Strollers are available for rent at RM56 (single) and RM76 (double). A refundable deposit is required to access stroller facilities. 
  • Lost & Found services are available at LEGOLAND Malaysia. 
  • Package pick-up services is available at Mini Market.
Legoland Malaysia Accessibility
  • 50% off is provided for admission tickets at the ticketing counter for guests with disabilities. Kindly present ID for verification purposes. 
  • Wheelchairs are available for rent at the Mini-Market. Charges: RM60 - Rough Rider and RM106 - Electric Conveyance Vehicle, with a deposit of RM50.
  • Parking for the disabled is located at Zone 1 of the car park, which is near to the park entrance.
  • Assisted Access Pass aka OKU is available at the guest service counter. This pass is for guests with disabilities or medical conditions that allow immediate boarding through the exit line.
  • Toilets for handicapped guests are available at the park.
  • Guests are required to make online reservations for LEGOLAND Malaysia wherever possible. 
  • Visitors are requested to check the official website and social media pages for the latest update before arriving at the venue. 
  • Contactless payment is preferred over cash at the park.
  • Capacity has been reduced to avoid overcrowding at the venue. 
  • Social distancing must be maintained at all times with other guests and staff. This includes when queuing up at stores, boarding for rides and even while dining where alternative seating measures have been taken up to limit direct contact. 
  • Body temperature screening will be conducted before entering LEGOLAND Malaysia
  • Floor markings and signages are provided to communicate social distancing practice.
  •  All common touchpoints will be frequently cleaned and disinfected 
Legoland Malaysia Visitor Tips

Make the most out of your visit to LEGOLAND Malaysia with these helpful guidelines:

  • Ensure to book your tickets online and in advance. This way you can skip the long queues and enter the park hassle-free.
  • Weekday visits would be ideal to avoid the crowd, making the most of your experience at the park. 
  • Visit Early. This way, you will get to cover all popular rides and attractions, avoiding long queues. 
  • Download the LEGOLAND Malaysia Map as it will become handy when shortlisting your favourite experiences and can help save a lot of time. 
  • Drink plenty of water to energise yourself between short walks and rides. 
  • Wear comfortable casual clothes and shoes to help you walk around happily. 
  • Outside food or beverages (except for infants or special medical needs) will not be allowed into the park. 
  • Contact a Park Ranger or Model Citizen if you get separated from your kids. Children can wait for their parents at Guest Services Counter.
Legoland Malaysia Park Rules
  • Outside food and beverages are not allowed into the park. (Exception for infants or special medical needs)
  • Alcoholic drinks are strictly prohibited
  • Guests are required to get written permission to take photographs or videos for commercial purposes.
  • No pets are allowed into the Resort
  • Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult at all times. 
  • The use of offensive language and clothing and rowdy behaviour is disallowed
  • Flash photography, smoking, eating or drinking at the attractions are strictly prohibited for the convenience of other guests. 
  • Tricycles, rollerblades, kickboards etc. are not allowed at the park due to safety reasons.

Address: No 7, Jalan Legoland, Bandar, 79250 Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia
Parking: Parking available at Zone 1 & 2 at RM 10 per day. Complimentary parking fee for Triple-Park Pass Annual Pass holders.
Getting There: 

  • Car: 
    From Johor Bahru / CIQ via the Coastal Highway
    From Danga Bay, proceed straight via the Coastal Highway. Proceed all the way to Iskandar Puteri. LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort will be seen before reaching Kota Iskandar.

From the North-South Highway / Senai Airport
Take Tuas / Iskandar Puteri / Pontian / Tanjung Pelepas EXIT 253. Proceed to Iskandar Puteri EXIT 312. LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort signage will lead you to the destination.

  • Bus
    Take the Causeway Link Express / Direct Bus. It departs from Handal Indah – Kuala Lumpur and drops directly at LEGOLAND Malaysia.
Legoland Malaysia Food & Drinks
  • The Cafe offers a variety of healthy ready-to-eat meals. From freshly bakes bread to lasagna, baked potatoes, salad and more - there is something for everyone. 
  • Make your way down to Burger Junction to enjoy mouthwatering burgers and hot dogs. 
  • For all meat lovers out there, the King's Grill is the place for you. From steaks and sausages to chicken and more, the restaurant has got it all. 
  • Market Restaurants brings an array of options where visitors can indulge in both Asian and Western cuisines. Be it roast chicken, pizza, pasta, chicken rice, salads or fruit cups there are lots for you to explore. 
  • Stop the Snack Corner to grab a quick bite with your little ones. Enjoy everything from delicious snacks and ice cream sundaes to milkshakes and popcorn before you head down for your next experience. 
  • Get a taste of authentic Italian cuisine at Pizza Mania. Whether you're looking for cheesy pasta, loaded pizzas, organic salads or soups - the restaurant got you covered. 
Legoland Malaysia Accomodation

Take your LEGOLAND experience to a whole new level by staying at the LEGOLAND hotel! With a choice of themed rooms to suit every LEGO enthusiast, you can now instantly transport yourself to a world of pirates, Kings, powerful pharaohs or mysterious ninja bringing a fun and memorable experience during your visit. 

Check out other accommodation options in Malaysia to stay when visiting the park.

  • Luxury Hotels: JEN Johor Puteri Harbour by Shangri-La, Fraser Place Puteri Harbour, 1Medini Residences
  • Mid Range Hotels: Afiniti Residences Medini, Pinetree Marina Resort, Somerset Medini Iskander Puteri
  • Budget-Friendly Hotels: Hotel Ramada Meridin Johor Bahru, Holi Afiniti Themed Suites, Hotel NUSA CT
Legoland Malaysia Shopping

Explore the places you can shop from when visiting LEGOLAND Malaysia:

  • The Big Shop brings you the largest selection of LEGO toy set in Asia. Apart from that, you can also shop for souvenirs and incredible merchandise including, sweatshirts, mugs, stationery and lots more making, the most of your visit to the park. 
  • Visit Sensei's Shop to grab all your ninja gear and LEGO NINJAGO merchandise situated in NINJAGO World. 
  • The Brick Shop covers a wide variety of colourful and creative souvenirs. From LEGO accessories and merchandise to even customising bricks - there are lots for little ones to discover. 
  • Visit the Mini Market to find handy goods and essentials helping you keep refreshed and ready for the LEGOLAND adventure. Be it sunblocks, raincoats or towels - the store has got it all. You can also rent strollers and wheelchairs from the market. 
  • Visit the King's Market to get your hands on a wide range of royal outfits, accessories and merchandise for a fun and memorable experience.
  • Personalise your very own LEGOLAND Driver's License at the Driving School Shop and treat yourself to an array of LEGO City and car-inspired products. 
  • Head down to Stage Shop to collect your favourite accessories, bags, soft toys or even trendy outfits. Not to forget, a chance to get hold of all your LEGO Friends sets. 

FAQs

What is LEGOLAND Malaysia ?

LEGOLAND Malaysia brings over 40 rides, attractions, shows and entertainment inspired by LEGOs catering to families and children of all ages. 

Is LEGOLAND Malaysia open post-COVID-19?

Yes, LEGOLAND Malaysia is open to visitors starting 2 April 2021. 

Is it safe to visit LEGOLAND Malaysia  post-COVID-19? 

LEGOLAND Malaysia has taken up the necessary measures to ensure public safety at all times. This includes mandatory temperature checks at all times, usage of signs and floors markers to follow social distancing protocol, rigorous cleaning regulations and more.

Where is LEGOLAND Malaysia located?

LEGOLAND® Malaysia Resort is located at Iskandar Puteri (formerly known as Nusajaya), Johor, Malaysia. 

What are LEGOLAND Malaysia opening hours?

LEGOLAND Malaysia  is open daily from:

What’s the best time to visit LEGOLAND Malaysia?

If you wish to escape the crowd, visiting during weekdays and earlier during the day would be ideal as there would be fewer guests and tourists. Avoid visiting during summer/winter breaks to enjoy a hassle-free experience at Legoland Malaysia.

How big is LEGOLAND Malaysia ?

LEGOLAND Malaysia  Resort is set across 310,000 m2 comprising of the Theme Park, Water Park, SEA LIFE Aquarium and LEGOLAND hotel. 

How much time do you need at LEGOLAND Malaysia?

It is recommended to spend at least 5 hours to make the most out of your experience at LEGOLAND Malaysia. 

Is LEGOLAND Malaysia an outdoor or indoor experience?

LEGOLAND Malaysia offers both outdoor and indoor experience suitable for families and children of all age groups. 

Is LEGOLAND Malaysia suitable for toddlers?

LEGOLAND Malaysia is suitable for everyone above the age of 3. 

Is there any dress code inside LEGOLAND Malaysia?

Make sure both you and your kids have dressed appropriately. Since there's a lot of walking around involved, it is ideal to wear comfortable shoes. 

Is outside food allowed in LEGOLAND Malaysia? 

Outside food and beverages are not allowed into the park. (Exception for infants or special medical needs)

Is it possible to eat or drink at LEGOLAND Malaysia during Ramadan?  

Yes, the restaurants at LEGOLAND Malaysia  will be open and functioning during Ramadan, 

Are lockers available inside LEGOLAND Malaysia?

Lockers are available at The Great LEGO Race and Dino Island as well as the Water Park.

Is smoking allowed at LEGOLAND Malaysia?

Smoking inside the LEGOLAND premises is not permitted.

Can I bring my pet to LEGOLAND Malaysia?

Pets are not allowed into the Kidzania.

Are there strollers inside LEGOLAND Malaysia?

Yes. Strollers are available for rent at RM56 (single) and RM76 (double). A refundable deposit is required to access stroller facilities. 

Are there strollers inside LEGOLAND Malaysia?

Yes, Wheelchairs are available for rent at the Mini-Market. Charges: RM60 - Rough Rider and RM106 - Electric Conveyance Vehicle, with a deposit of RM50.

Where do I park to enter LEGOLAND Malaysia?

Parking available at Zone 1 & 2 at RM 10 per day. Complimentary parking fee for Triple-Park Pass Annual Pass holders.

Do you have prayer rooms inside LEGOLAND Malaysia?

Yes, the prayer room is located in the Imagination area, next to the Pizza Mania outlet

Does LEGOLAND Malaysia offer Lost & Found facilities? 

Yes, Lost & Found services are available at LEGOLAND Malaysia. Please report any lost articles or return any found items to Guest Services Counter or any Park Ranger.

What happens if a child gets separated from their parents at LEGOLAND Malaysia?

Children will have the option to wait for their parents at Guest Services Counter in The Beginning. You can also contact a Park Ranger or Model Citizen if you get separated from your child.

What payment method is accepted at LEGOLAND Malaysia?

To maintain social distance, contactless payment is preferred at LEGOLAND Malaysia. Payment can be made using VISA, MasterCard, American Express, debit cards, China Union Payment (CUP) and Touch N Go e-wallet.

How do I contact LEGOLAND Malaysia? 

You can reach LEGOLAND Malaysia via phone and email.