Epoch Times, Singapore Edition (Issue 500, 21 November – 4 December 2014)
By Epoch Times Staff
This Christmas holiday, why not make a trip down to the LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort?
This family holiday destination with more than 70 hands-on rides, slides, shows and attractions launches new and exciting Holiday Extravaganza.
Here are 6 reasons why LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort is your perfect pre- Christmas staycation:
1. Specially flown in from Europe, LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort presents a brand new festive show ‘When Santa Got Stuck Up the Chimney’ at the newly renovated air conditioned LEGO City Stage.
An entertaining drama suitable for children and those who are ‘childrenat- heart’, this festive show tells the story of the Ginger Bread family. To convince little Ginger that Santa does exist, the toy soldier and ballerina come alive as well as a piece of … LEGO.
At the end of the show, be prepared to get up from your seats and give Santa a ‘push’ to help him escape through the chimney!
2. This Christmas holiday, LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort proudly introduces a rectangular installation featuring 24 windows.
On each day of December leading up to Christmas, a lucky guest will have the chance to open a window and win the special prize hidden behind it.
3. Be dazzled by a 9-metre tall LEGO Christmas tree made from 427,695 LEGO DUPLO bricks and decorated with handbuilt LEGO ornaments, which will be lit up at the resort daily.
4. Take a selfie with the LEGO Santa model, which is made from more than 250,000 LEGO bricks.
5. Immerse in the festive mood at LEGOLAND, with special festive treats happening everyday. Surprise treats around the park include Christmas carollers, mascot appearances and Christmasthemed LEGO building activities.
6. For those who are on a Christmas shopping spree, the retail outlets at the resort have much to offer. A range of LEGO Christmas items are available, such as advent calenders, LEGO baubles, Santa sleigh sets, holiday T-shirts and many more!
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