Packing Light for Malaysia’s Legoland Tour
Let’s Go Sago is flying once again to Malaysia this afternoon via Cebu Pacific, this time, for the purpose of visiting the country’s latest attraction called LEGOLAND in Johor Bahru which is about 183 miles (3+ hours by land) from Kulala Lumpur.
LEGOLAND Malaysia is set to formally open to the public on September 15, 2012 as a full day family theme park. Surely, almost every kid in the Philippines, Malaysia, or other parts of the world is familiar with the Lego toys with its heritage that has spanned decades of years. So Legoland Malaysia will be like a dream come true for them.
The Lego land features more than 40 interactive rides in seven (7) themed areas across 76 hectares with more than 50 million LEGO bricks.
The 7 themed parks are the MINILAND, THE BEGINNING, IMAGINATION, LEGO TECHNIC, LEGO KINGDOM, LAND OF ADVENTURE, and the LEGO CITY. More details about the Legoland themed parks will be featured in Let’s Go Sago in the next few days.
Packing Light for Travel
My flight through Cebu Pacific will be this afternoon and I just packed this morning. Expectedly as I always do, I packed light. Allow me to share with you what I’m bringing along in this travel adventure.
Excited enough, I took some photos as well:
And they all fit in one small orange Wenger backpack! 🙂
Join Sago and I from Septemeber 13-16,2012 as we visit Legoland Malaysia as the country sets itself as the premier amusement and theme park destination in Asia. Check out our photos at http://www.facebook.com/LetsGoSago and follow us o Twitter @JonelUy & @LetsGoSago. Thank you to Cebu Pacific, Embassy of Malaysia Tourism Office (Tourism Malaysia), and Legoland Malaysia (www.legoland.com.my).
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I love to go there with my family! I miss Malaysia 🙂
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