LEGOLAND Malaysia Has Reopened. Here’s A Peek Inside.

LEGOLAND Malaysia Has Reopened. Here’s A Peek Inside.
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LEGOLAND Malaysia reopened its doors on Thursday, 25 June 2020 in line with the Malaysian government’s guidelines. Both the LEGOLAND Theme Park, LEGOLAND Hotel and SEA LIFE Malaysia are welcoming guests again with new safety protocols in place. The LEGOLAND Water Park remains temporarily closed.

New Protocols and Changes for LEGOLAND Malaysia’s Reopening

“Guests can expect to see new protocols and operational changes at the resort. Our hope is for the guests to feel reassured of safety and hygiene throughout their vacation, but nothing short of a fun, entertaining and adventurous experience with their loved ones,” said C.S. Lim, Divisional Director at LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort.

 

Here’s a look at some of the measures in place with LEGOLAND Malaysia’s reopening.

LEGOLAND Malaysia Reopening
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The theme park now has a limitation of capacity to 30% of its normal operations.

Disinfection at LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort Reopening
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There are also social distancing measures along with temperature screening and more frequent hygiene and disinfection regimes.

Measures at LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort
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Interestingly, these measures also extend to parking arrangements at the LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort car park.

LEGOLAND Malaysia Has Reopened. Here’s A Peek Inside.
Image: LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort Facebook

For LEGOLAND Malaysia’s reopening, the social distancing applies to the rides as well. Steps being taken include empty rows and empty seats between guests in ride vehicles.

Here’s a video which provides a closer look.

C.S. explained, “During the temporary closure, our team has been working tirelessly to refresh our properties and train our employees in addition to implementing the health and safety protocols. We have also been sharing and applying many learnings and best practices among our sister attractions in a collaborative effort to align with the highest level of compliance. We are ready to play and make LEGOLAND a safe and memorable place for families again.”

While Singaporeans are not able to make the trip across to LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort for the time being, we can still look forward to the day in the future when we are able to.