Monday, 3 November 2014

Legoland's Halloween Treat.


Sunday, the 2nd of November marked the last day of LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort’s ‘Brick or Treat’ Halloween celebrations with guests fully enjoying the giant LEGO® pumpkin attraction that was built using 28,000 bricks.

Guests especially children turned up in full force and came dressed up as their favourite characters and received a special FREE entrance treat from the Resort.


Lord Vampire, the LEGO costume character appeared for the first time in our theme park
for the special occasion.

A delighted guest taking a photo with Scarecrow and Pumpkin Fairy at LEGO Kingdom.
The costume characters posing in front of the Castle Stage.
The celebration was focused on having activities for children and among this was a special Halloween show with various themed songs and dance sequences. Others included the Brickmaze challenge with Halloween characters such as vampires, scarecrow, and a pumpkin fairy to name a few. Lord Vampire, the LEGO costume character also made his first appearance at the inaugural celebration.

“We are very happy with the success of our Halloween celebration. Next year, we are already planning for a bigger event so families can start planning their holiday and include us as their main destination during this time of the year,” said Mark Germyn, General Manager of LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort.

Young guests participated in the fun activities with the performers.
The special Halloween Show feature various fun interactive session
between performers with the guests.
Pumpkin carving challenge for adults was a big hit at the Halloween Celebration. 
A special pumpkin carving challenge was also organised for adults in front of King’s Grill restaurant in LEGO Kingdoms where a number of guests took great effort in showing off their carving skills.

In other activities, guests were also treated to a giveaway of mini car replicas by Edaran Tan Chong Motor for guessing the number of LEGO pumpkins stored in the trunk of a specially decorated Nissan Almera car. The car was fully ‘dressed up’ for the celebration and was a huge favourite among children during their visit to the Resort.

For more information on Legoland Malaysia @ Johor, please visit their website: http://www.legoland.com.my/

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