Legoland Malaysia Resort has unveiled a series of life-sized LEGO Front liner Murals as a tribute to the admirable contributors in the fight against the COVID19 pandemic. Adding to its colorful surrounding, the stunning creations will be displayed at LEGOLAND Theme Park to inspire visitors and Malaysians at large to remember their merits for the nation. The murals will be on display from 12th of September on wards for a limited time.

Initiated  y the resort’s employees with the help of the Malaysian LEGO Building community, a total of five murals were completed in 9 days using over 150,000 pieces of LEGO bricks. These inspiring displays depict portraits of front liners who have dedicated themselves to ensure safety and restore the lives of Malaysia including doctors, medical practitioners, government officials , policemen, army cleaners and various essential workers.

A total of 3,000 park access tickers were presented to representative from five departments including the Johor State Government, Royal Malaysian Police Johor, Malaysian Armed Forces, Fire and Rescue Department Johor and the Johor State Health Department.


The Play in LEGOLAND, Stay in Johor package is the new collaboration of Legoland Malaysia Resort, Malaysian Association of Hotels Johor Chapter (MAH-JC) and Tourism Johor. The package allos Malaysians to purchase a voucher at a set value which they can later redeem for accommodation at any of the participating hotels in Johor and Legoland Theme parks passes for families with over 50% in savings.

Check out the latest promotion at www.legoland.com.my or via Facebook and Instagram.


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