As the much-awaited opening of Legoland Malaysia unfolds on September 15, 2012, many people are wondering where all the fun is. Particularly among tourists who wish to travel to Malaysia for this first-class amusement park, there is a question which should be answered: How to go to Legoland Malaysia?
Located in Nusujaya, Iskandar in Johor, this prestigious attraction may be reached by private transportation. Private vehicles can be hired to collect people from their doorsteps and take them back there after a whole day of fun at Legoland Malaysia.
However, public transportation may be considered.
Here are the options going to Legoland Malaysia:
*Those coming from Senai Airport or North-South Highway, may take the Tuas/Nusajaya/Pontian/Tanjung Pelapas EXIT 253 and then head to the Nusajaya EXIT 312. To get to the park, there are signs which may be followed for directions.
*If coming from Johor Baru, CIQ or Singapore, one can use the Coastal Highway. From Danga Bay, travel straight and proceed to Nusajaya. Legoland Malaysia will be before Kota Iskandar.
*Those who are coming from Singapore and would be using Tuas Second Link, proceed to Nusajaya Exit 312 and follow the signage for the amusement park.
Locating Legoland theme park Malaysia is easy, because the park administration had made sure that directions are clearly set up along the way, helping people to find their way to the area.
ABOUT LEGOLAND MALAYSIA:
LEGOLAND Malaysia is a first-class amusement park set to recreate the standards of entertainment in Malaysia in Asia. It is the sixth of its kind around the world, with the first five situated in California, Florida, UK, Denmark. Set within its 30-hectare vicinity are Lego formations using 40 million pieces, 40 amusement rides, and different themed areas – one of which features replicas of few Southeast Asian icons like the Merlion and Petronas Towers.