Post-pandemic has been ‘amazing’ for LEGOLAND Resorts Malaysia

13 Aug 2023 04:21pm
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ISKANDAR PUTERI - Things are looking up for Legoland Resorts Malaysia this year as post-Covid lockdown shows progress for the theme park resort.

Its Divisional Director CS Lim said they were bouncing back from the lockdown and ready to provide the best services to ensure its visitors which includes new and engaging rides and activities.

When business started to slowly reopen in 2022, he said things moved progressively for the resort despite the closed borders.

“The local domestic market have increased tremendously since the post-lockdown. You can see from the beginning of last year, things have been getting better.

“For this year, we are still experiencing the momentum thus things will only get better, and I don’t see the momentum stopping anytime soon,” he told Sinar Daily in an exclusive interview during the launch of Amazing Malaysia Mainland at the theme park.

Lee acknowledged that it did take some time to get Legoland up and running again when the Movement Control Order began to be slowly lifted by the government.

“We cannot start our engine and immediately go to the top but it is moving,” he said.

Legoland, he said, was moving in the times as people were now looking for a more engaging, immersive and interactive experiences.

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Lim said the theme park was no longer just a place to merely “ride and watch” but now includes a lot of engaging activities as well.

“We have a series of events all year round where you can participate such as during Hari Raya Aidilfitri, join the games and do it yourself. Immerse and build it yourself.

“There is always something happening in Legoland Malaysia. For August (this month) we will be launching Amazing Malaysia and next, our waterpark with have Splash Malaysia fiesta,” he said.

Lim said these type of events were to get the people to participate and stay refreshed.

He added that they will also soon reveal a new room concept for the Legoland hotel.

On July 10, Johor Menteri Besar Datuk Onn Hafiz Ghazi had said the state received a total of 9.14 million tourists since the reopening of international borders in April 2022, which was also the highest number compared to other Asean countries.

He had added that the state was also optimistic in reaching the 10 million tourist arrivals this year.