The annual Legoland’s Brick-or-Treat returns from now till 29 October 2017 . Here’s what we think of it:
A unique ‘not-so-scary’ Legoland Halloween:
As a family, we do not celebrate Halloween so we tend not to get involved in anything Halloween-related so as not to instil unnecessary fear or phobia in our kids. But at Legoland Malaysia – a name that is synonymous with kids’ creativity, fun and family moments, their annual Halloween Brick-or-Treat is really what its name suggest – all brick, all treat and not-so-scary for kids!
How is it different from the usual Legoland Activities?
Brick-or-Treat adds on to the existing Legoland activities. In fact, it’s a bonus to come during this season as kids stand a chance to win exclusive Legoland premiums upon completion of selected Brick-or-Treat activities.
What are the ‘bonus’ activities?
From crafts to Lego Mini-figures trade, from parades to prizes, it’s all here at the Brick–or-Treat at Legoland Malaysia. Here are some highlights lined-up for the kids and families:
Throughout the Park:
‘Spooky Trail’ (10am-7:15pm daily) – The ‘not-so-scary’ trail here begins from the entrance. Pick up Brick-or-Treat Show Guide from Hut Activity 1 (right when you clear the entrance) and start collecting stamps to earn exclusive merchandise at Hut Activity 6 (right at the Lego Kingdom Zone).
At Lego Kingdom Castle:
- Brick-or-Treat Carnival: Most of the Halloween activities are centered here starting from 10am when the park opens
- Halloween Building Activity: Try building a Halloween-themed figurine and bring it home! (10am-6pm daily)
- Spooky Halloween Mini-figures Trading: Approach any of the staff there and you can exchange some cool Halloween-themed Figurines (12pm-4pm daily)
- Brick-a-Boo Parade (7:45am–8pm daily)
At The Beginning:
- Lego Building Challenge (12pm-4pm daily)
- Halloween Power Dance Tutorial (9:50am–10am on weekdays)
- Ghost–Busters Dance (9:50am–10am on weekends and Public Holidays)
At Legoland Hotel:
- Halloween Brick Building Activities (Evenings at the Hotel Foyer)
- Meet and Greet Lego Figurines (Enquire with Concierge)
What do we think of the Brick-or-Treat Experience?
It’s the kids’ first time participating in Legoland’s Brick-or-Treat and they are already asking when they can return! The entire Brick-or-Treat experience adds to the Legoland fun factor. It’s refreshing to revisit familiar Legoland rides while being entertained by the new Halloween-themed activities.
This being Buddy’s first Legoland visit, was a milestone for our entire family. For the elder sister, it was a revisit of the place which she loved and the place where she had her first roller-coaster ride! As it turns out, Buddy rode his very first roller-coaster this trip too.
Legoland’s Brick-or-Treat was largely not scary at all. Some of the staff are dressed in Halloween gear but they are not out to scare you or the younger kids. They basically just go about their duties greeting visitors in their Halloween get-ups (kudos to them for dressing up the whole day in it as it was really hot and humid!). Do approach them for selfies and then they’ll oblige in their friendly, non-scary manner.
For the daughter, it was a pleasant surprise to redeem some exclusive Halloween premiums (e.g. stationery, stickers etc.) after accumulating the relevant number of stamps from the various Halloween stations along the trail!
How did we maximize our experience?
We drove in early on a Saturday morning and reached Legoland Malaysia before it opened. We opted for the multi-park combo ticket and stayed over at Legoland hotel. This allowed us multiple entries over the two days into both the water park and the theme park itself. Other advantages included:
- Taking our time to enjoy the rides at a much leisurely pace (knowing we have two days to cover the parks).
- Visit some newer attractions such as the Lego Ninjago: Realm of Shadows Ride (very fun!) and the Star Wars Exhibition (very cool!).
- Allow time for the kids (and parents too!) to take an afternoon nap when it gets too hot and re-energise ourselves before hitting the parks again!
- Enhanced the kids’ experience by staying at Legoland hotel which they loved, loved, loved. This trip, we stayed at the Premium Kingdom Room which was spacious and very well-decorated. We can’t help but marvel at all the Lego-decors within the room!
Lego is synonymous with childhood creativity and Legoland Malaysia is THE perfect place to bring our kids to live-out their childhood experiences without having to break the bank. At the end of all the fun, home is just a relatively short drive back. Do take advantage of the current offers on Legoland Malaysia’s website for Brick-or-Treat 2017! Pop by our friends’ Sengkang Babies’ blog and Wacky Duo’s blog to read more about this Legoland Brick-or-Treat experiences.
Legoland Malaysia Brick-or-Treat 2017 – Kids Enter For FREE!
There’s tons of fun at the Brick-Or-Treat Celebrations, where we’re extending park hours to 8pm on 13, 14, 20 & 21 October 2017. Kids (aged 3 – 11 years old) who come dressed up can join our Spook-Tacular Costume Contest, and enter the park for FREE*. Everyone is invited to also sing and dance along with our Brick-A-Boo Parade of Halloween Characters!
*Terms & Conditions:
- Need to be in full Halloween costume and accompanied by adult(s) with valid ticket(s) or Annual Pass.
- Only for kid age 3-11 years old. (Not applicable for Adult & Senior).
- This campaign is only applicable on site at LEGOLAND® Malaysia Resort. Please proceed to the ticketing window to get your complimentary ticket.
- Complimentary access to Theme Park only. Not applicable for Water Park.
- LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort reserves the right to reject or decline non-qualified costume.
- Offer cannot be combined with other promotional campaign.
- LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort reserves the right to amend, change, or revise the above promotional mechanism, terms and conditions at any time without prior notice.
- This Brick-or-Treat Promo ends 29 October 2017.