Legoland Malaysia Frequently Asked Question (FAQs)

1. How to go to Legoland Malaysia from Singapore?

There are multiple ways to get to Legoland Malaysia from Singapore – by public bus, coach, taxi, driving there yourself or by private car hire (top choice!).

 

2. How to go back to Singapore from Legoland Malaysia?

Depending on your budget and travel companions, there are various options to head back to Singapore from Legoland Malaysia including private car hire (highly recommended!), by public bus and even by train!

For more info, click here: How To Go To Singapore From Legoland Malaysia

 

3. What to ride from Singapore to Legoland Malaysia?

As mentioned above, you can ride a public bus, catch a coach, hop on a taxi, drive yourself there or book a private car hire to get you from Singapore to Legoland Malaysia.

 

4. How to go to Legoland Malaysia from Singapore by bus?

  • Step 1: First, make your way to Jurong East Bus Interchange or Boon Lay MRT Station.
  • Step 2: Then take bus CW3 or CW4 from Jurong East or CW6 from Boon Lay to CIQ 2nd Link.
  • Step 3: At CIQ 2nd Link, take CW7L, JPO2 or SL1 to Legoland. Easy!

For more info, click here: How To Go To Legoland Malaysia From Singapore.

 

5. How long is a bus ride from Singapore to Legoland Malaysia?

Depending on the bus you hop on, it’ll take you approximately 1 hour from Singapore to the checkpoints.

Then another 20-30 minutes to clear customs, followed by approximately another hour or so travel time by local bus to Legoland Malaysia.

All up you’ll be looking at at least 2.5-3 hours by bus from Singapore to Legoland Malaysia.

 

6. How much is the fare from Singapore to Legoland Malaysia?

The fare from Singapore to Legoland Malaysia is dependant on the type of transport you decide on.

Option 1: By public bus, you’ll pay approximately SGD$6.00 per person each way.

Option 2: Travelling by coach is approximately SGD$28.00 per round-way ticket.

Option 3: Private car hire will cost you upwards of SGD$100.00 for up to 10 pax.

 

7. How to get to Legoland Malaysia from Singapore by train?

  • Step 1: First, make your way to the bus stop opposite Marsiling MRT Station.
  • Step 2: Hop on bus 856 and get off at Woodlands Centre Road bus stop.
  • Step 3: Follow signs to the Woodlands Train Checkpoint, purchase your train tickets and clear customs.
  • Step 4: Board your train to JB Sentral.
  • Step 5: Disembark at JB Sentral and clear customs.
  • Step 6: Finally, take bus LM1 or hail a local taxi to Legoland Malaysia.

 

8. How to get to Legoland Malaysia from Singapore by taxi?

The most convenient and comfortable way from Singapore to Legoland Malaysia is by private taxi or private car hire.

SGMYTAXI offers private car hire from Singapore to Legoland conveniently at an affordable price.

To book a private taxi or car hire from Singapore to Legoland Malaysia, simply submit your booking online or drop a message via Whatsapp SGMYTAXI and wait for your booking confirmation details!

 

9. How much does a taxi cost from Singapore to Legoland Malaysia?

A private taxi or private car hire costs upwards of SGD$100.00 for up to 10 people.

 

10. How to get to Legoland Malaysia from Singapore by car?

From Singapore, you can drive via the Tuas Second Link until you see Iskandar Puteri EXIT 312, then follow signages to Legoland Malaysia.

Alternatively, you can drive via the Coastal Highway heading towards Iskandar Puteri. You will be able to see Legoland Malaysia before you reach Kota Iskandar.

Route: bit.ly/singaporetolegoland

 

11. How to go to Legoland Malaysia from Singapore by MRT?

You are unable to take an MRT directly to Legoland Malaysia.

However, you can always take an MRT to the Woodlands MRT Checkpoint and from there, make your way to the Woodlands Checkpoint or Woodlands Train Checkpoint.

Depending on what you decide, you can either take a train or bus across the border into JB Sentral, then a local bus or taxi to Legoland Malaysia.

 

12. How to go to Legoland Malaysia from Bugis Singapore?

There are various ways to get to Legoland Malaysia from Bugis Singapore:

Option 1: Private car hire (best and highly recommended choice!)

Option 2: Public bus via CIQ 2nd Link:

  • Step 1: Make your way to Jurong East Interchange or Boon Lay MART
  • Step 2: Take bus CW3 or CW4 from Jurong East or CW6 from Boon Lay to CIQ 2nd Link.
  • Step 3: Then take CW7L,  JP02 or SL1 to Legoland Malaysia.

Option 3: Public bus via JB Sentral:

  • Step 1: Make your way to Queen St bus terminal and hop on SBS bus 170 or Causeway bus CW2 to9 JB Sentral
  • Step 2: At JB Sentral, buy a JB Sentral to Legoland ticket for Causeway Link Bus LM1.
  • Step 3: Board the bus, it will take you approximately 1 hour from JB Sentral to Legoland Malaysia.

Option 4: Self-drive to Legoland Malaysia.

 

13. How to get to Legoland Malaysia from Sentosa Singapore?

Although there are no public buses directly to Legoland Malaysia from Sentosa Singapore, there are various other ways such as:

Option 1: Private car hire (again, best and highly recommended choice!)

Option 2: Self -drive to Legoland Malaysia.

 

14. How to go to Legoland Malaysia from Woodlands Singapore?

There are various ways to get to Legoland Malaysia from Woodlands Singapore:

Option 1: Private car hire (stop looking, just book a car now!)

Option 2: Public bus (transfer at JB Sentral) :

  • Step 1: Make your way to Woodlands Temporary Bus Interchange.
  • Step 2: Take bus SMRT Bus 950 to JB Sentral.
  • Step 3: At JB Sentral, purchase a JB Sentral to Legoland ticket for Causeway Link Bus LM1.

Option 4: Self-drive to Legoland Malaysia.

 

15. How to get to Legoland Malaysia from Singapore Flyer?

There is a coach that departs to Legoland Malaysia From Singapore Flyer daily.

Weekend prices start from SGD$27 per person for a return ticket or SGD$96 for a return ticket and park entry to both Legoland theme park and water park.

 

16. How many hours from Singapore Flyer to Legoland Malaysia?

It takes approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes from Singapore Flyer to Legoland Malaysia

 

17. How to go to Legoland Malaysia from Changi Airport?

Below are some ways to get to Legoland Malaysia from Changi Airport:

Option 1: Private car hire (best and highly recommended choice!)

Option 2: Public bus via JB Sentral:

  • Step 1: Board Transtar Bus TS1
  • Step 2: At JB Sentral, buy a JB Sentral to Legoland ticket for Causeway Link Bus LM1.
  • Step 3: Board the bus, it will take you approximately 1 hour from JB Sentral to Legoland Malaysia.

Option 4: Take a coach from the following departure points – Singapore Flyer, Big Box Jurong East, Lavender MRT Exit B.

 

18. How far is Singapore Airport to Legoland Malaysia?

Singapore Airport is approximately 65km from Legoland Malaysia and it will take you about 1 hour and 15 minutes to drive from Singapore Airport to Legoland Malaysia.

 

19. How long does it take from Singapore to Legoland Malaysia?

Depending on the mode of transport you select and the location you are heading off from, it could take you anywhere from half an hour to 2.5 hours to get from Singapore to Legoland Malaysia.

 

20. What to do in Legoland Malaysia?

There are plenty of activities for both young and old to enjoy in Legoland Malaysia.

It has over 70 hands on rides, multiple ‘lands’ to explore (Ninjago World, Miniland, Lego Technic, Lego Kingdoms, Lego City, etc) and also a waterpark.

 

21. Where to go after Legoland Malaysia?

On average, guests spend about 6-8 hours at Legoland Malaysia.

However, if you do find that you’d like to explore another attraction, you can visit Mall of Medini or even a Legoland Sea Life which is within walking distance from Legoland Malaysia.

 

22. Where to go near Legoland Malaysia?

As mentioned above, Mall of Medini and Legoland Aquarium are both within walking distance from Legoland Malaysia.

If you’re a fan of golfing, you can also head to Horizon Hills Golf Course or Forest City Golf Course.

However, if relaxing and rejuvenating is more up your alley, then there are various massage parlours nearby such as Thai Odyssey and Kaki Kaki Reflexology.

Click here for more ideas on what to do after Legoland Malaysia.

 

23. Where to eat near Legoland Malaysia?

If you’d like to catch a bite before or after a day out at Legoland, head to Gelang Patah!

It is a rather rustic area that has kopitiams, restaurants and even a food court that serves local delicacies and seafood.

As their names imply, Chua Kee Seafood and New Chua Kee Seafood Restaurant are two Chinese restaurants at Gelang Patah that specialize in fresh seafood.

Other suggested eateries include Restoran Tian Lai and Restoran 777.

Alternatively, head to Bukit Indah for more international fare.

 

24. What to eat at Legoland Malaysia?

There are 10 food outlets within Legoland Malaysia that serve a range of food from burgers and pasta to curry noodles and nasi lemak!

 

25. Can we bring food to Legoland Malaysia?

Like most theme parks, Legoland Malaysia does not allow outside food and drinks within the park grounds. However, some exceptions are made for food and drinks you may bring for your young children at the discretion of the ticketing office.

 

26. What can you bring into Legoland Water Park?

For safety reasons, kickboards are not allowed in Legoland Water Park. There are lockers available for you to store your belongings while at the water park.

 

27. What to buy in Legoland Malaysia?

Lego merchandise, of course!

The Big Shop which is Legoland Malaysia’s largest shop is located just past the entrance and houses the largest selection of Lego toy sets in Asia and also a host of are Lego branded souvenirs and merchandise.

 

28. What age is Legoland Malaysia suitable for?

While there are no age restrictions for entry into Legoland Malaysia, it is most suitable for kids aged 2 to 12 years old.

 

29. How long do you need at Legoland Malaysia?

To be able to thoroughly explore the whole theme park including the water park, the general consensus is to spend about two days – one and a half days for the theme park and Legoland Sealife and the other half a day at the waterpark!

 

30. How many days do you need in Legoland Malaysia?

Two days would be ideal!

Legoland Malaysia consists of three parks – the theme park, waterpark and Legoland Sealife.

Hence, some choose to break up their visit so they are able to spend one and half days at the theme park and Legoland Sealife and another half a day at the waterpark.

Do note that if you choose to break up your visit and return the following day, you will need to purchase an annual pass as the day pass only allows a single entry.

 

31. Where to stay in Legoland Malaysia?

For the full experience and to stay within Legoland Malaysia, you can book a room at Legoland Hotel.

 

32. What hotels are near Legoland Malaysia?

Alternatively, there are lots of hotels nearby with easy access to Legoland Malaysia.

For more info, click here: 15 Best Hotels Near Legoland Malaysia

 

33. Where to buy cheap Legoland Malaysia tickets?

You can purchase discounted Legoland Malaysia tickets when you hire a private car with SGMYTAXI.

Don’t wait, book now to enjoy hassle free travel to Legoland Malaysia from Singapore and cheaper tickets to boot!

 

34. How much are the tickets to Legoland Malaysia?

A one-day single park pass for adults is RM199 (SGD65), a one-day double park pass is RM262 (SGD87) and a one-day triple park pass is RM329 (SGD109).

For kids or seniors, a one-day single park pass is RM157 (SGD52), a one-day double park pass is RM210 (SGD70) and a one-day triple park pass is RM272 (SGD90).

For a detailed breakdown and comparison of the tickets and prices, click here.

 

35. Does Legoland Malaysia accept SGD?

The shops and restaurants in Legoland Malaysia do accept SGD, however they will return your change in Ringgit depending on the current rate.

However, lockers, coin souvenir machines and game kiosks do not accept SGD.

 

36. How far is Legoland Malaysia to Hello Kitty Town?

Legoland Malaysia is about 3.5km to Hello Kitty Town and approximately a 10-minute drive.

 

37. How many rides are there in Legoland Malaysia?

There are over 70 hands-on rides in Legoland Malaysia.

 

38. Which airport is near Legoland Malaysia?

The nearest airport to Legoland Malaysia is Senai Airport, approximately 33km away.

 

39. Do I have to pay for parking at Legoland Malaysia?

Yes, parking at Legoland Malaysia is RM10 per entry.

 

Disclaimer: All information is correct as of the time of writing. Any subsequent changes might not be reflected here.