KUALA LUMPUR: Asia’s first Legoland theme park, dedicated to the popular toy bricks, is set to open for business on September 15 this year.
“I am pleased to announce that due to the hardwork of all our contractors, we will be opening the park ahead of schedule by a number of months,” Legoland Malaysia general manager Siegfried Boerst said.
In a statement, he said the park is already 75 per cent complete, with most of the rides and infrastructure in place.
Next month, contractors will begin to install the Lego models made out of more than 50 million bricks.
To date, more than 35,000 annual passes had already been sold for the park that features more than 40 roller coasters, race cars and other attractions.
Legoland Malaysia is the sixth Legoland theme park in the world and the first of its kind to be opened in Asia.