As if magically, Malaysia has now the proudest and most exciting theme park in Asia as they opened Legoland. Now kids and kids at heart from one to ninety-nine years old will be able to get an experience unlike any other that operators call “brick-tacular”. One need not be a huge Lego fan to appreciate all that the park has to offer – from the rides, the shows, the fun activities and structures to behold. There are differently themed landscapes showcased by Lego that can leave any visitor dumbfounded. Among the exciting worlds include Ninjago, Batman, Start Wars, the water park and so much more. Shopping is easy and satisfying, too.
Getting There from Kuala Lumpur
There are many ways to get to Legoland if you are coming in from KL. The most popular ones are by plane and by bus. Never mind the train ride, unless you care for a lot of jittery, shakey, long ride to get to the Legoland. Plane rides, as you will agree, are always the fastest and most convenient. However, if you are working on a budget and would want to spend more on the actual “trip” and not the “travel”, it is best to travel by bus from KL to Legoland as it just takes about 4 to 5 hours to get to KL at the most affordable price, minus the discomfort from a train travel. To maximize your trip, should you take the bus, make sure that you set off early from KL so the rest of the day or days can be devoted to Legoland and all the fun it can offer.
Bus By Choice
In Kuala Lumpur, the traditional route to reserve a bus ride to anywhere is to swing by the bus terminal and get some tickets. Fortunately, these days, online reservations are made possible. With trustworthy online sites, you can view ride schedules, make a selection and book. You can either travel by bus from KL to Legoland and then head somewhere else, which means you’ll be booking for a single way ticket or take a roundtrip ticket from KL to Legoland and then back.