27 November 2014 – LEGOLAND® Malaysia Resort unveiled exciting Holiday Extravaganza celebrations for the year-end holiday season. The focal point of the celebration is a brand new festive show with a cast flown in especially from Europe that’s performing at the newly renovated air-conditioned LEGO® City Stage. For the whole month of December, the Resort will stay open until 8pm so families can stay longer and enjoy the evening light-up of the LEGO Christmas tree, LEGOLAND Advent Calendar giveaways and carolling activities.
The enhancements carried out at the LEGO City Stage mean guests can now enjoy the entertaining shows and performances, created for the whole family, in a cooler and more comfortable indoor environment. From now to January 2015, the City Stage is showing a festive musical show, ‘When Santa Got Stuck Up the Chimney’, specially created for LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort Holiday Extravaganza.
The Resort is the ideal Christmas holiday destination for families with children 2-12 years old, bringing together a Theme Park, Water Park and Hotel in one LEGO® themed location. As well as the rides, slides, shows and attractions, guests can enjoy a host of interactive festive activity during the Holiday Extravaganza at LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort. The highlight of the Holiday Extravaganza this year will be a LEGOLAND advent calendar installation.
The rectangular installation features 24 windows, one for each day of December leading up to Christmas day. Every evening at 7pm a lucky guest will have the chance to open a window and win the special prize hidden behind it. Prizes that are sure to make the holidays even more special this year have been sponsored by LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort’s partners. They include LEGO, Unilever, Maybank, Celcom, Edaran Tan Chong Motor, The Traders Hotel, Thistle Hotel, Pulai Springs Resort and many more.
Adding to the festivities this year is the daily lighting ceremony of the LEGO Christmas tree, made from 427,695 LEGO DUPLO bricks and measures almost nine metres high. The tree is even decorated with hand-built LEGO ornaments.
And for those who can’t wait for Santa to visit them, LEGOLAND Malaysia has the perfect solution. Guests will be able to visit the LEGO Santa model, which has been created using more than 250,000 LEGO bricks. There are also many special festive treats happening around the Park including carol singers, mascot appearances and Christmas themed LEGO building activities.
Families can also purchase their holiday gifts at the retail outlets, a range of LEGO Christmas products are available at this time of the year. This includes items such as advent calendars, LEGO baubles, Santa sleigh sets, holiday t-shirts and many more.
Currently LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort is also offering a special promotion for the holiday season with a Buy 3 get 1 Free Offer for both Standard and Premium Annual Pass new sales. For Annual Pass renewals, guests will be entitled up to RM170 in savings for a limited time. The special renewal rate even applies for passes that expired in 2013 and 2014. All renewals can be done online and at the ticketing counter.
|New Purchase Price||Special Renewal Rate|
|Premium Annual Pass||RM 395||RM 225 (save RM 170)|
|Standard Annual Pass||RM 275 (adult)
RM 210 (child)
|RM 175 (save RM 100)
RM140 (save RM 70)
|Upgrade Standard to Premium Pass
(for renewal only)
Based in Nusajaya, Johor, the region in southern Malaysia that is closest to Singapore, LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort is easily accessible. Visitors may reached it on a direct bus service from the Singapore Flyer run by WTS Travel. There are direct flights from Jakarta into Changi Singapore Airport as well as connectivity from cities such as Medan, Bandung and Surabaya into Senai International Airport in Johor. Those visiting from Kuala Lumpur can take advantage of a special Causeway Link bus service offering return day trips to Johor.
For more info, log on to: www.LEGOLAND.my.
Information and visuals as kindly provided by LEGOLAND Malaysia and Bell Pottinger.
If you are looking for somewhere fun for everyone in the family for this school holiday and festive period, why not head down to LEGOLAND Malaysia?
I’m sure there’ll be something fun to do, for the young and old~
Still planning a weekend trip and go crazy over LEGO figurines / keychain buying, hehe 😀