LEGOLAND Water Park ready to open on 21st October 2013.

  • After the successful opening of LEGOLAND Malaysia theme park last year the next phase kicks off with the opening of LEGOLAND Water Park.
  • Asia’s 1st LEGOLAND Water Park is ideal for families with 2 – 12 years old children with more than 20 slides, over 70 LEGO models and much more.
  • This is the largest LGEOLAND Water Park and is a second gate.

Nursaya, 11 July 2013 – LEGOLAND Malaysia embarks on yet another milestone with the announcement of the official opening for LEGOLAND Water Park. The LEGOLAND Water Park is scheduled to open 21st October 2013 and is the next phase in the LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort plans that will consist of the Theme Park, Water Park and Hotel.

A LGEOLAND Hotel will open early next year.

Opened on 15 September last year, LEGOLAND Malaysia, the first ever LEGOLAND theme park in Asia continues to be huge success with locals and international tourists. The opening of the Hotel and now the LEGOLAND Water Park will further enhance the LEGOLAND experience for families with 2 – 12 year old children. The interactive and fully LEGO themed Water Park will offer more than 20 unique slides, and over 70 LEGO  models among its many attractions.

Some of the highlights include hugely popular Build – A – Raft River and Joker Soaker. The first is a unique concept where children can customise their own raft with soft LEGO bricks before floating down a lazy river. The latter is a fun interactive platform in the wade pool where children can play with water cannons as a LEGO jester model ‘tells’ jokes while 350 gallons of water pour down upon them.

This will be the largest LEGOLAND Water Park when opened and it will also be the first to have a second gate, which means it can be enjoyed separately or in combination with the Theme Park.

Siegfried Boerst, General Manager of LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort said that the addition will mean families want to make more visits and stay longer. “The Water Park will add a whole new dimension to the LEGOLAND Malaysia experience. In total, LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort will have more 70 rides, slides, shows and attractions. This is a unique holiday destination for the entire family to enjoy. It will offer adventure, education and fun for action – packed day trips or longer breaks.”

Starting early August 2013, limited numbers of Premium Annual Pass will go on sale. The Pass is valid for both the new Water Park and the Theme park and will cost RM395. It can be used for 12 months at any time during normal operating hours including weekends, public and school holidays.

Current Annual Pass holders can also upgrade their Pass to the Premium Annual Pass and information will be updated on the website soon. Visitors will be able to buy Combo Day Tickets in advance online that will allow them entry into both parks.

The much awaited LEGOLAND Water Park will also feature two restaurants, private cabanas for rent and a retail store on-site. 


This post is a General Release from LEGOLAND Malaysia during our Malaysia Tourism Hunt 2013 and photos were provided by them. Malaysia Tourism Hunt 2013 is made possible by Tourism Malaysia and with partnership with Gaya Travel Magazine. Special thanks to LEGOLAND Malaysia as the official theme park partner.

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