Sunday, June 23, 2013

Bus from Singapore to Legoland Malaysia by Busonlineticket.Com

The famous Legoland Malaysia offers 7 themed areas of attractions for all ages, 40 rides, shows, shops, and has recently introduced this year’s exciting 4D movie – Legends of China. Those looking to experience the magic and wonder of this family-friendly theme park can easily purchase bus tickets online from The top 4 packages offers to Legoland and other themed parks include:

  • 1 Day Legoland Malaysia Tour (superior coach). Includes a 2-way bus transfer from Singapore and one entrance ticket to Legoland Malaysia. Price from SG $56.
  • 1 Day Legoland Malaysia Tour (WTS Travel). Price from SG $63
  • Sunway Lagoon 5 Parks. Price from SG $34
  • Sentosa 4D Adventureland One-Day pass. Price from SG $26.90 is a one stop online bus tickets booking portal for several express companies in Singapore and Malaysia. coaches operate and depart from Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Malacca, Seremban, KLIA, LCCT, Genting Highland, Ipoh, Taiping and many more.

“We arrange the best service and competitive prices on the market for large groups looking to visit Malaysia or Singapore by working with the local express bus companies,” said Darren Yee, marketing manager of “Our tour package to Legoland will allow families with children, or even couples visiting to get an entrance ticket for free, provided they book with us”.

Malayasia is located in the heart of South East Asia. Diverse in cultural background and natural wonders, Malaysia is a great travel site destination. Legoland Malaysia is a hands-on theme park so visitors truly get an interactive experience and of course there’s building too. The heart of Legoland Malaysia is Miniland where Asian landmarks have been recreated using more than 30 million Lego bricks.

Bus from Singapore to Legoland Malaysia by Busonlineticket.Com

Legoland Malaysia has 7 themed areas of attractions for all ages such as The Beginning – home of The Big Shop offering the largest selection of Lego toy products in Asia, Lego Technic, Lego Kingdoms, Imagination Lego City, Land of Adventure and Miniland. Legoland also has several shops that include a mini market, The Big Shop, King’s Market, The Brick Shop and Adventure’s Depot. After exploring Malaysia’s Legoland, visitors can take a break and dine at one of the theme park’s 7 restaurants. Diners can choose from a range of Western menus to Asian home-style cuisine.

Legoland is also announcing a new and exciting attraction to its Malaysian theme park. Another big tower from Kuala Lumpur will be added to the KL cluster. The original currently stands at 244 meters.

Legoland is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on weekdays and offers extended hours on weekends and holidays. For Legoland tickets and prices visit, please visit Legoland official website.

“Our bus tickets can be purchased online and no ticket print out is required. Passengers only need to present their ID or book reference number to obtain the boarding pass. However, it is advisable to print out the ticket for an easier check-in process,” Darren Yee from BusOnlineTicket concluded.

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