LEGOLAND® Malaysia Resort continues to be one of the region’s best family destination with the launch of the new interactive aquarium
SEA LIFE Malaysia, the first interactive LEGO® themed aquarium in Malaysia will open its doors to the public on 9th May 2019. Located next to LEGOLAND® Malaysia Resort, it will feature unique local marine life in an exclusive Malaysian habitat and local themes such as the Wanli shipwreck alongside LEGO® elements.
To celebrate this highly anticipated milestone, LEGOLAND® Malaysia Resort will be hosting exclusive previews for all Triple-Park annual pass holders from 7th – 8th May 2019.
Guests looking to be one of the first to see SEA LIFE Malaysia are still able to purchase a Triple-Park annual pass at the early bird promotional rate until 8th May 2019*. For the price of a one-day combo ticket, guests will receive an annual pass and have unlimited access all year-round to LEGOLAND® Theme Park and Water Park. On top of that, admission to SEA LIFE Malaysia has been included into the annual pass for free.
“We are thrilled to welcome all our local and international guests to SEA LIFE Malaysia. Our team of experts and aquarists have been working tirelessly to ensure that all our marine friends are settled into their new homes and aquarium offerings meet the international SEA LIFE brand standard. With the opening of SEA LIFE Malaysia, we are able to provide families a complete fun and educational experience alongside our water park, theme park and hotel. LEGOLAND® Malaysia Resort will continue to be one of the region’s best family destinations,” said Kurt Stocks, General Manager of LEGOLAND® Malaysia Resort.
“We wanted to celebrate this journey with our annual pass holders by inviting them to be one of the first to experience SEA LIFE Malaysia before our doors open to the public. Unlike with movies, we are hoping that they share all the amazing spoilers from their visit to SEA LIFE Malaysia because it is a truly unique and educational experience that is not so easily replicated elsewhere,” Kurt added.