Legoland Malaysia to Launch New Rides Worth RM40 Million
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Legoland Malaysia to Spend RM40 Million in Upgrades and New Attractions

Planning to go to Legoland Malaysia soon?

Good news, adrenaline junkies! The resort has announced an RM40 million investment in maintenance to ensure a comfortable and safe experience for visitors.

In a The Star report, divisional director CS Lim said they will upgrade their existing rides, including Dino Island, The Great Lego Race VR Coaster, and Dragon’s Apprentice.

In a bid to woo new visitors, a fresh lineup of attractions will be installed inside the park. Lim also added that fun-filled activities are underway to guarantee the satisfaction of guests.

Recently, Legoland Malaysia's management initiated a marketing campaign in Indonesia to promote the resort’s offerings. According to Lim, advertising to Indonesians is crucial as the majority of foreign visitors originate from Jakarta.

Dubbed as Malaysia’s “first international theme park,” Legoland Malaysia is a 31-hectare resort housing more than 40 interactive rides. Opened in 2012, the tourist attraction has welcomed millions of visitors from different parts of the globe.

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