Legoland Malaysia reopens theme park tomorrow

The entrance of Legoland Malaysia. Photo:
The entrance of Legoland Malaysia. Photo:

Malaysia’s Legoland resort in Johor will reopen its theme park to the public tomorrow, months after it was closed due to the movement control order.

Guests who wish to enter Legoland must be fully vaccinated if they are above 18 years old. Those below 18 will need to be accompanied by a fully vaccinated guardian.

COVID-19 safety rules, such as the use of face masks at all times, temperature checks, and safe distancing, will be enforced.

Besides its kid-friendly theme park, featuring roller coasters, carousels, and twisters, visitors will also get a chance to check out its latest attraction: Planet Legoland, a space that allows guests to build their very own creations out of Lego bricks.

Legoland’s hotel and aquarium have already resumed daily operations while its water park will reopen to the public from Oct. 27.



No 7, Persiaran Medini Utara 3, 

Bandar, 79250 Johor Bahru, Johor

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