Here comes the highlight of my LEGOLAND Malaysia trip: A closer look at the structures built in Miniland! The Miniland is right smack at the center of the park, where impressive structures built with LEGO are displayed. It comes as no surprise that there are plenty of Malaysian tourist spots in the theme park. I say it’s a good tool to promote tourists in their country. Count me in as one of them curious.
Malaysia’s iconic structure: the Petronas Twin Towers
The happenings at the lowest floor of the Petronas Twin Towers
And another tower: KL Tower
Each landmark comes with an informative paragraph about the LEGO structure
Sultan Abdul Samad Building
And off we go to an adventure
The waiting game
Wonderstruck with all these small details
Modes of transportation. That train moves on the track!
Bangunan Sultan Ibrahim in Johor Bahru, Malaysia
“Strategic” product placement! And oh, I love Canon too!
Colorful stretch of buildings
Port Tanjung Pelepas
Kuala Lumpur International Airport
I’ve never been to KLIA, but I find the roof of the LEGO version really well done in terms of capturing detail
Putrajaya Mosque. So grand!
DIfferent styles and colors, but it doesn’t seem jarring to me
They integrate water features, apart from the moving LEGO vehicles
Down to the smallest detail! Even the flags seem to be frozen just as the wind blew
Now, off to the next Miniland feature…
The next Miniland feature is close to my heart. Any guesses?
(This entry is part of the #SGMY2013 series! Stay tuned for more of Miniland in the coming posts!)