Friday, September 9, 2016

Malaysia 2016 | Legoland Hotel & Theme Parks Snapchat Diary

I really liked using Snapchat as a visual diary during our Tokyo,  Japan trip in the June holidays so did the same thing when we went to Legoland Malaysia Resort earlier this week (*^▽^*)

It's so easy to snap, update our family & friends on-the-go and come back to string it all together in the short videos below:

The boy booked us a 4D3N stay in Legoland Hotel itself with 2-day combo tickets for each of us to both Legoland Theme Park {the dry one} and Legoland Water Park.

With the combo tickets, it allowed us multi-entry into both parks on 2 consecutive days.

That was a Godsend, really, because Lil Pumpkin was feeling so sick on our first day at the theme parks! (≧_≦*) She had been looking forward to going to Legoland for oh-so-long and it was such a pity that she fell ill just before the trip!!

So using our combo tickets, we were able to leave Legoland Theme Park after about 2-3 hours of visit, then head back to Legoland Hotel and rest. I went back again a while later with my mum to check out the rest of the park that we missed.

On the second day, Lil Pumpkin felt much better so we were able to leave to Legoland Water Park earlier, spend half a day there, go back to the hotel for lunch and to rest, then head out to Legoland Theme Park for the rest of the rides and attractions she missed the day earlier.

The good thing about Legoland Theme Park and Legoland Water Park is that it is fully geared towards the kids so even at her height of around 120cm, Lil Pumpkin can sit ALL the rides!! Wow!! I think that's the first time she can actually sit all the rides at a theme park hahaha. Her favourite were Technic Twister and The Dragon - both roller coasters!

Unfortunately for me, I'm too big for some of the rides though.. but at least the roller coasters and fast rides were ok ໒( ͡ᵔ ▾ ͡ᵔ )७

If you do head to Legoland Malaysia, I highly recommend staying at Legoland Hotel. It's not that expensive, the rooms are themed & decorated well, it has many super-fun and free kids play areas and our package came with an awesome daily buffet breakfast at the hotel's Brick Restaurant {see pics & vids of it in the videos above}.

But most importantly, it really is so convenient to have the hotel at the theme parks' doorstep {literally just 5 mins walk away from both!} so that you can break up your day at the theme parks and go back to rest. I'm not sure about you, but age is really catching up on me haha and I can't really last a whole day out playing at amusement parks... especially when I'm chasing  Lil Pumpkin around while I'm at it (●⌒∇⌒●)

Anyway add me on Snapchat as @AiSakuraHaruka and if the videos above aren't playing properly, watch directly on my YouTube channel here:

Some of the other theme parks we've visited include Universal Studios Singapore, Asakusa Hanayashiki Tokyo {Japan}, Tokyo One Piece Tower {Japan}, Resorts World Genting {Malaysia}, Hong Kong Disneyland, Tokyo Disneyland {Japan}, and Lotte World Seoul {Korea}

Hope everyone had a wonderful September school holiday break with the family!! xox

P.S. Do note that if you purchase Day tickets, you are not allowed multi-entry into the theme parks.

P.P.S. There's a Ninjago 4D indoor ride opening in November 2016!! So exciting!! Looks like we've to make a trip back haha


Mummy C said...

Thks for highlighting the min height of 1.2m..can't wait for my lil' Lego fan to grow taller so we can bring him there ;)

Holly Jean said...

Lego land looks like so much fun. I still haven't made the trip there. I think I will enjoy it more than my baby hahahaha

Hello, Mrs Tan said...

I've been wanting to go to Legoland for the longesttttt time! Do you know that they are having new rides in November? Hopefully we can plan a trip sometime early next year, by then, Dylan will be tall enough for most rides I think!

An Apel a Day said...

My boys would be in heaven. They just watched a Lego documentary. It was on Prime. :) Lego is used for some great things. Their is a doctor in NY that uses them to treat kids that have Autism. They are used in space, hospitals to help with surgeries (the ones that move), and there are some artists that make some amazing things with them.

We went to a Lego museum in Kansas City some a few years ago. Then in Chicago we went to a store. Never Legoland though.

Pooja Kawatra said...

We have been to Legoland but never tried staying in a hotel there. This seems fun!

Shub said...

I dread the scenario when we go out of SG and kids fall sick...Good that you guys still managed to enjoy on the second day.

Stacy said...

I'm more of a Lego fan than my kids or hubby so not really planning to go.

mail4rosey said...

I'd love being right across the street from the park too. I'm glad she was feeling better the second day!

Unknown said...

Thank God lil pumpkin was still able enjoy the theme parks despite being ill before the trip! I think Laurent will definitely enjoy Legoland too but I'm trying to wait till he reach a good height and is able to take most rides on his own!

Theresa Mahoney said...

I am always so amazed by what they make out of Legos! Glad you had a good time on the second day!

Unknown said...

We have been to Legoland Malaysia twice, next time will love to try the hotel.

mylilbookworm said...

WoW! 4D3N in Legoland! Must be so much fun & relaxing. You didn't have to rush thru' the itinerary.

I have dreamt about staying in the theme hotel, hopefully the husband is willing to part the $$$. The combi tix is a good choice!

Katherine Sng said...

4D3N, that will let us take it easy and not rush through everything!

Cascia Talbert said...

It looks like you had a lot of fun.