There’s an option to customize a minifig. Unfortunately, the pieces are quite limited in terms of design. I couldn’t even find a face with a glass to match, well, me.
Hardcore collectors will surely have a great time shopping in the retail sections of the park!
I particularly liked the non-building related items.
The prices are competitive enough, considering that most of the items sold here are not available in the Philippines. The minifig prices start at RM 20+, and that’s pretty inexpensive for rare finds. Saying that isn’t going to make your wallet happy, but it wouldn’t hurt to buy a thing or two to remind you of your visit in LEGOLAND Malaysia. I recommend an engraved brick and an item you can use at home/work!
My souvenir (apart from the engraved brick) isn’t pictured: a LEGO notebook. I took hours to decide whether to get it or not. When the thought of being in the bus back to Singapore came to mind, I arrived to a decision