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Under the sea in the land of Lego

LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort has a new attraction and a special treat to Filipino guests. 

Under the sea in the land of Lego
UP CLOSE. The newly opened marine attraction SEA LIFE Malaysia at LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort lets guests experience a close encounter with more than 13,000 marine life from 120 species. 
A Lego-themed marine sanctuary, SEA LIFE Malaysia is a two-story indoor aquarium that houses more than 13,000 marine life from 120 species and 11 different habitat zones. Among those housed across 25 tanks are stingrays, zebra sharks, blacktip reef sharks, seahorses, jellyfish, and more. 

The special habitat zones in the 2,123-square meter aquarium include the Malaysian Rainforest, Stingray Bay, and the fascinating Ocean Tunnel that offers a 180-degree view of the underwater world. 

Under the sea in the land of Lego
Among the marine life housed across 25 tanks are stingrays, zebra sharks, blacktop reef sharks, seahorse, jellyfish, and more.
Another amazing spectacle at SEA LIFE Malaysia is the Ocean Cave where visitors can take a magical dive and watch marine life through a concave glass.

“SEA LIFE Malaysia will present families an up-close marine experience through magical storytelling, interactive displays, and a hands-on encounter at the Rock Pool zone. As visitors journey through the aquarium, we will also engage and inspire them to learn, love, protect, and care for the ocean,” said Kurt Stocks, LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort general manager.

The Ocean Tunnel offers a 180-degree view of the underwater world.
Aside from the marine attraction, families who are visiting LEGOLAND Malaysia can also enjoy other exclusive attractions such as The Great LEGO Race VR Coaster—the only virtual reality roller coaster in Malaysia—NINJAGO will delight children as they embark on an  action-packed and interactive adventure where they can become Masters of Spinjitzu and have their ninja skills tested.

For a limited time, LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort is offering a special web promotion to guests from the Philippines. For the price of a one-day Triple-Park pass (P3,931 for adults and P3,140 for kids), Filipino families can already enjoy the LEGOLAND Theme Park, Water Park, and SEA LIFE Malaysia for two days. 

Legoland Hotel has a wide variety of themed rooms and suites. 
“The location of SEA LIFE Malaysia is ideal in attracting tourists from different countries such as the Philippines, especially since there are available direct flights to and from both countries daily,” said Johor executive committee chairman Yang Berhormat Liow Cai Tung.

Tickets may be purchased at www.legoland.com.my/book-visit/int-admission-tickets-and-annual-passes.

Topics: LEGOLAND Malaysia , SEA LIFE , Legoland Hotel , Yang Berhormat Liow Cai Tung
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