How to Get to Legoland Malaysia?

How to get to Legoland Malaysia

how to get to legoland Malaysia

Malaysia is a tropical country, which means rain is abundant. Typically, anytime from late February to late August would be the best time. You would have to be wary of the weather from November to early February as that’s the monsoon season in Malaysia and some parts of Johor might get flooded during the heavy rain.

It would be best to check weather conditions for the time you plan to book to be on the safe side. If you’re reading this article, you’re at least 90% sure you’re going to visit Legoland Malaysia. And now you’re just wondering how to get to Legoland Malaysia’s iconicamusement park. It can be tricky depending on where you’re travelling from, but we know the various routes by public transport or by car.

Buckle up folks, and let us take you through the best hassle-free options with the fewest interchanges possible.

First of all, Where is Legoland Malaysia?

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Legoland Malaysia Resort is located at Iskandar Puteri (previously known as Nusajaya), about 30 minutes west of Johor Bahru. The correct address should be No. 7, Persiaran Medini Utara 3, Bandar, 79250 Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia – be sure to double-check the location pin’s address because there might be multiple pins on Google Maps or Apple Maps for example.

Now let’s talk about the different modes of transport you could take, and their distinct pros and cons.

Singapore to Legoland Malaysia

Bus/coach from Singapore to Legoland Malaysia – source: GO VTL

How to Get to Legoland Malaysia from Kuala Lumpur?

Bus from Kuala Lumpur to Legoland

Bus routes are quite complex and time-consuming. For your convenience, we’ll only suggest the simplest routes because other routes require too many exchanges for the trip to still remain fun for everyone, especially when travelling with kids and bags of luggage.

For your peace of mind, here they are:

(CWL 30) Swiss-Garden Residences to Legoland Malaysia Resort

There will only be one bus operator, Causeway Link, that will take you directly to Legoland Resort Malaysia and back – bus number CWL 30 which is why some Malaysians refer to this bus as the Legoland Malaysia bus.

Pros:
    • You’ll arrive near the opening time at Legoland
    • Only one bus the entire journey
    • The pickup point is in central KL
Cons:
    • Only one pickup time per day – if you miss the bus, that’s it, folks.
    • This bus only operates on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
    • No cheaper pricing for children
    • Will be difficult to book bus tickets to sit together during peak season.
Operating times:
    • Friday to Sunday ONLY
    • Departure time from Swiss-Garden Hotel Bukit Bintang to Legoland – 7.00AM
    • Departure time from Legoland Parking Zone 1 & 2 to Swiss-Garden Hotel Bukit Bintang – 6.30 PM
Bus Fare:
    • Adult – RM57 (approx SGD17)
    • Children – RM57 (approx SGD17)
Travel time:
    • The trip duration is estimated at around 3 hours and 30 mins depending on traffic conditions

 

It’s a convenient option for a weekend trip especially if you’re travelling light since it’s only one bus to and fro from the same pick-up point. But the fixed bus hours can be a dealbreaker if you want flexibility for time to arrive and leave.

You can find the details of the Legoland bus schedule here

How to Get to Legoland Malaysia from Singapore?

Public Bus - Singapore to Legoland Malaysia

For those aiming to take the public bus, there is only one Singapore bus route we’d recommend reason being there are not too many bus stops or exchanges. The easiest will still be the tour bus/coach services, but we’ll let you be the judge of that.

Public Bus

Pro
    • The cheapest way to get to Legoland Malaysia from Singapore (we also like to save money)
    • No pre-booking required
    • Can be relatively fast if you are an experienced bus user to travel between Singapore and Johor
Cons
    • May be crowded as you are not able to pre-book your bus ticket
    • No direct transfers, so you will spend some time waiting for an exchange.
    • You will have to disembark with all your luggage twice to clear customs.

Coach Bus - - Singapore to Legoland Malaysia

Jurong East Interchange/Boon Lay > Tuas Checkpoint > CIQ 2nd Link > Legoland Malaysia

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CW3 Buses at Jurong East - source: Press N to Pass 60

Follow this step-by-step:

  1. Board bus no. CW3 or CW4 at Jurong East Interchange. If you are boarding the bus at Boon Lay, then take bus no. CW6.
  2. Ride the bus until you reach the Tuas Checkpoint, which should take about 20-30 mins.
  3. At Tuas Checkpoint, take all your luggage with you to clear customs.
  4. Once you’ve cleared the Tuas Checkpoint, take any CW3, CW4 or CW6 bus to CIQ 2nd Link which should take another 20-30 mins. There will be multiple buses, just take any one.
  5. Remove all your luggage with you again to clear customs at CIQ 2nd Link.
  6. Finally, board bus no. JP02 / SL1 / CW7L to Legoland Malaysia which should be 15-20 mins.

Here are all the operating hours for the buses we’ve mentioned so you can plan on your itinerary:

Bus CW3

Bus CW4

Bus CW6
  • Weekdays: Operating from 7.10 AM to 11.45 PM
  • Weekends: Operating from 7.30 AM to 11.45PM
  • Frequency: 20 to 30 minutes
  • Bus fare: SGD 4 for adults, SGD 1.5 for children
  • Departure Time (daily): 7.30 AM to 7.20 PM
  • Less frequency of buses than CW3.
  • Bus fare: SGD 4 for adults, SGD 1.5 for children
  • Weekdays: Operating from 7.30 AM to 10.45 PM
  • Weekends: Operating from 7.30 AM to 10.40 PM
  • Frequency: 15 to 25 minutes
  • Bus fare: SGD 4 for adults, SGD 1.5 for children
Bus No. JPO2 (Operates daily) Bus No. SL1 (Operates only on Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays) Bus No. CW7L
  • Causeway link bus service
  • Departure Time: 8.30 AM, 11.30 AM, 2.30 PM, 5.30 PM
  • Bus fare: RM6
  • Legoland Malaysia is the first stop.
  • More frequency than JPO2.
  • Departure Time: 9.00 AM, 10.30 AM, 12.00 PM, 1.30 PM, 3.00 PM, 4.30 PM, 6.00 PM, 7.30 PM.
  • Bus fare: RM2
  • Bus CW7L takes you to Medini Mall, right next to Legoland Malaysia.
  • Daily departure time: 5.20 AM to 9.20 PM.
  • Frequency: 20 to 30 minutes.
  • Bus fare: SGD 4.

    Coach / Tour Bus Service

    Pros:

    • Faster than public bus
    • Takes you directly to Legoland
    • You will re-board the same bus/coach, no exchange is needed

    Cons:

    • Requires pre-booking via Paypal / credit card
    • Still need to disembark with your luggage twice to clear customs to enter Malaysia
    Singapore Flyer Coach Bay OR Jurong East Venture Avenue No.5 Bus Bay

    This is run by bus operator W.T.S. and there are two pick-up points that have a direct coach that will take you directly to Legoland.

    Bus from Kuala Lumpur to Legoland

    1. Singapore Flyer Coach Bay (check-in 8.45 AM)
    2. Jurong East Venture Avenue No. 5 Bus Bay (check-in 9.15 AM)

    Return departure time – 4.45 PM

    One-way fare:

    • Low season – SGD13 per head
    • Shoulder season – SGD14 per head
    • Peak season – SGD16 per head

    Round-trip package fare:

    • Round trip: SGD 20 – 56 per person (no cheaper rate for children)
    • Round trip + Legoland Malaysia Waterpark entrance: SGD 53 – 58 per person
    • Round trip + Legoland Malaysia Theme Park entrance: SGD 63 – 68 per person
    • Round trip + Legoland Malaysia Theme Park entrance + Legoland Malaysia Waterpark entrance: SGD 73 – 78 per person

    These rates may vary, and we’d recommend you check out the prices and packages by Legoland themselves for the most updated prices here

    Travel time:

    • To Legoland – 1.5 Hours to 2 hours
    • Returning from Legoland – 1.5 hours to 2 hours

    This may vary during the major holidays in Malaysia like Chinese New Year, Hari Raya Aidilfitri and year-end Christmas break where some jams can get as bad as 4-5 hours.

    Thus if you are taking the bus/coach to Legoland, we’d recommend avoiding peak periods to avoid cranky kids.

    Private Transportation from Singapore to Legoland Malaysia

    Private transportation from Singapore to Legoland Malaysia

    Minivans like the Toyota Vellfire are excellent for long road trips with the family, source: Weststar Motors

    From Kuala Lumpur, it should take you roughly 4 hours by car in regular traffic. Maybe up to 6-hours if you stop for breaks along the way. The best route would probably be from the North-South Highway into the Coastal Highway.

    If you’re driving from Johor Bahru itself, then you could hop on the Coastal Highway already.

    For those driving from Singapore, you can travel via Tuas Second Link or Woodland Checkpoint to reach Legoland. The trip should take between 1.5 hours to 2 hours depending on traffic.

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    Benefits of Using Limousine

    Benefits of Using Limousine

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