LEGOLAND Resort Malaysia Officially Reopens Post-Lockdown

The only international theme park in Malaysia reopened with extended pandemic precautions after months of closure


Theme parks are now allowed to open following the Recovery Movement Control Order’s announcement made earlier in June 2020 and LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort (LMR) in Johor has opened its doors to the public on 25th June 2020. The operation observes lesser capacity of visitors as part of their precautionary measures.

Divisional Director, Lim Choong Sean said the theme park welcomes its visitors into its hotel as well as its interactive underwater attraction, Sea Life Malaysia.

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While LEGOLAND Water Park continues its temporary closure in line with the government’s directive, the larger part of the resort and other amenities have resumed with new health, hygiene and safety protocols in place.

LEGOLAND Divisional Director, Lim Choong Sean, welcomes visitors before the countdown at the gate official opening

“It goes without saying that we’re excited to have finally welcomed families back again, but the reopening was also an emotional moment for all of us at LMR. It was uplifting to be able to see our guests sharing the same excitement, while having the confidence to enjoy their vacation with peace of mind at our resort,” said Lim.

Among the new protocols and operational changes throughout the resort in adhering to health and safety Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) at the highest level are social distancing and crowd control, a limited capacity to 30% of normal operations, temperature screening and guests’ registration, hygiene and disinfection protocols and enhanced cleaning regimes. Safety Compliance Officers could be seen among visitors all over the park to ensure that guests and staffs alike are following the guidelines.

LMR visitors on the official opening day walking in to the park

LMR is also offering a lot of attractive promotions to the public. “For example, book one night and get a second night for free at LEGOLAND Hotel, and if visitors book a one-day ticket at the theme park, they will get another ticket free. There are a lot of attractive and flexible offers to get visitors back to LEGOLAND,” said Lim.

Do that note that LEGOLAND Theme Park, SEA Life Malaysia and the Hotel is open to the public, but from 8th July 2020, the theme park will be closed every Wednesday unless the date falls on a Public Holiday due to sanitization and deep cleaning procedures. The Water Park will remain closed until further notice.