5 Reasons Why You Should Visit LEGOLAND Malaysia This March Holidays!

5 Reasons Why You Should Visit LEGOLAND Malaysia This March Holidays!

Let's go to LEGOLAND Malaysia this March Holidays!

It’s already mid-March, and we can already feel the excitement from school going kids gearing up for their little term break, and the groans from parents thinking about how to entertain their little ones for one full week.

Since it is a short school holiday, most families would prefer spending it with the usual exploration of local attractions such as the zoo, or catching up with schoolwork (insert sad face here). But, it doesn’t always have to be this way! LEGOLAND Malaysia is only a short drive across the Causeway, and you have the option of enjoying a day trip, or to take it easy and spend the night (or two) at LEGOLAND Hotel to maximise your LEGOLAND experience, much to the delight of your children.

If you need any more convincing to visit LEGOLAND Malaysia with your families, here are five reasons why – some of these perks are limited so hurry!

Big Shop Grand Opening Promotions

After undergoing a facelift, Big Shop has recently opened its doors again and to celebrate, they are offering amazing deals to visitors!

1) RM100 voucher for the first 100 customers (with purchase of RM299)

2) A week-long Lucky Draw, where prizes such as LEGO Playsets worth up to RM499 are up for grabs!

3) Free LEGOLAND Pirate photo frame with purchase of LEGO Playsets worth RM299 and above. Plus, you’ll also be entitled to purchase a 4R size Photo at RM 10.00 each (normal price: RM 40.00)!

In addition, since it’s the March school holidays, LEGOLAND Malaysia is also throwing in the following goodies:

4. 30% Discount on more than 30 exciting LEGO Play Sets

5.  Get one City popcorn cart or Friends Tulips free with a purchase of City or Friends LEGO Play Sets worth RM149!

More more details, check out LEGOLAND Malaysia’s website.




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