Legoland Waterpark

The Legoland Waterpark was right next door to Legoland Malaysia.  You can purchase a combo ticket where you can visit both parks in one day, or buy tickets for a one day visit.

Legoland Waterpark is a good size and the park boasts over 20 thrilling slides and 70 Lego models. There is also a wave pool, and a fun interactive Lego lazy river.  There are several small cafe’s dotted around the park and the prices are very reasonable.

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Legoland Build A Raft Lazy River:

The Lazy river was short but fun.  Everyone rides in a Lego tube and there are several Lego pieces floating by.  You can build onto your tube by grabbing pieces of Lego as you see them.

Imagination Station:

This area is perfect for toddlers as the water is very shallow.  There is a slide and an interactive Lego play table.  Mac had fun here for a couple of hours.

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Duplo Splash Safari: 

This area has the big splash bucket and several slides that were perfect for my 3 and 8 year olds.  We were able to sit close and watch the boys play here as there are many lifeguards stationed around and the water is also very shallow.

Lego Wave Pool:

Our family loves the beach so wave pools are always a big hit with us.  We used the wave pool area to base ourselves and make it our meeting point.  The waves were not as big as Adventure Cove Waterpark in Singapore, but still fun.

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Water Slides:

There are several water slides at the park and we were impressed that there are a couple of rides that allow 6 people, and Mo our youngest was tall enough to go on a few.  Our family went on a couple of slides together and even though they were not thrilling, they were fun and we enjoyed it.

The girls also went on some of the faster slides including the Duplo Racer and the Splash and Swirl.

Overall:

The Legoland Waterpark is the largest Legoland Waterpark in the world and we think its great.  If you making a special trip up to Johor Bahru to visit Legoland then adding an extra day to visit the waterpark is highly recommended.

 However if you are visiting on a day trip from Singapore then it is possible to do both parks in one day by purchasing a combo 1 day ticket to both parks.  The parks are right next door to each other so going from one to the other is no problem.

 

 

 

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