Legoland celebrates 10th anniversary with optimism

(From right) Suhairi, Lim and Legoland sales and marketing director M. Thila launching Legoland’s 10th anniversary celebration.

AFTER a decade, Legoland Resort Malaysia (Legoland) continues to attract crowds from all over the world and bring cheer to people of all ages.

Its divisional director Lim Choong Sean said he was grateful for the support Legoland had received from partners and visitors over the years.

“Over the last decade, we have seen many of our little guests grow up with us,” he said during the 10th anniversary celebration at Legoland in Iskandar Puteri, Johor.

“We are proud we could help them build lifelong memories.”

Lim said Legoland was now seeing the return of international visitors, especially those from Singapore, following the reopening of borders.

“We are confident the number of visitors will continue to grow.

“We hope to continue giving them happiness and lasting memories,” he said.

Meanwhile, Tourism Johor director Suhairi Hashim said Legoland was one of the most important holiday destinations in the state.

“Even after the Covid-19 pandemic, Legoland continues to grow and attract tourists,” he said.

During the anniversary celebration, guests were treated to special performances, including a magic show as well as a dance and sing- along performance.

Among the guests was 10-year-old Doreen Lee from Singapore.

“I am very excited because the last time my family came here was a very long time ago.

“I love the magic show and the dance. I hope to come again,” said Doreen.

Another delighted young visitor was nine-year-old Ethan Lim from Pasir Gudang, Johor.

“My parents bring me here at least once a month and I like to go on the rides,” he said.

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