Suit up those swimsuits, slap on plenty of sunblock and get ready for a huge dose of splishing, splashing and sploshing FUN in the sun!
Say hello to the largest LEGOLAND Water Park in the world as LEGOLAND Malaysia Water Park officially opens its doors to the public TODAY!
And although we were down at the Water Park one weekend ago for a super sneak peek - in case you are wondering, you can read our review on all the water attractions in the park HERE - I have to admit that one time is never enough! So when the opportunity came for us to head back to the Water Park as part of a Media Preview, I knew I just had to bring my monkies down again.
Well, it turned out it was a good thing we went back because this time around, the monkies got to try out the Imagination Stations which were not yet in operation the last instance.
These are interactive and educational tables, with a water element. On one table, children can build bridges, dams and cities out of DUPLO bricks and test them against the flow of water.
At first glance, this station might seem boring or simple at best. But do not be fooled by it - both Ash and Ayd, together with the boys from SengkangBabies, spent a whopping 40 minutes just trying to create the most sturdy dam possible in order to prevent the water from flowing.
Ale, on the other hand, was kept busy at the other table where she tried to control the flow of water by creating patterns out of LEGO elements. Oh, and having a shooting water gun certainly helped matters too.
But she did remember to pay a visit to her beloved DUPLO Splash Safari and Build-A-Raft River as well.
And all these while, the boys continued to indulge in some of their fave water slides of the lot.
Even the wifey took the opportunity to go twirling down on some of the water slide attractions that she didn't manage to do so the last time... and she thoroughly enjoyed it as well.
I asked the boys to rank their top fave water attractions in the Water Park on our way home and this was what they came up with:
1. Brick Blaster
And they rather innocently asked after that, "Can we go back again?"
I guess we already know the answer to that.
To get the complete review on all the water attractions in LEGOLAND Malaysia Water Park (as well as their height restrictions), visit www.cheekiemonkie.net/2013/10/legoland-malaysia-water-park-splashing.html.
For tips and things to take note of when visiting the Water Park, read this: www.cheekiemonkie.net/2013/10/legoland-malaysia-water-park-review.html.
LEGOLAND Malaysia Water Park is open daily (except Wednesdays during school term) from 10 am to 6 pm, including weekends.
You can access the LEGOLAND Water Park without going into LEGOLAND Theme Park. Combo tickets for entry to BOTH parks are also available and entitles you to enter both LEGOLAND Water Park and LEGOLAND Malaysia on the same day and to move freely between both parks.
Adult (12-59): Usual Price - RM105.00 | Online Price: RM84.00
Child (3-11): Usual Price - RM85.00 | Online Price: RM64.00
Toddlers (0-2): RM10, inclusive of 2 swim diapers
Senior Citizens (60+): Usual Price - RM85.00 | Online Price: RM64.00
For more information on ticket prices, visit HERE.