Things To Do: 25th October to 2nd November

Celebrate the long Deepavali weekend, and have a spooky fun time this Halloween!

To help you plan out your weekends, scroll down for a list of fun (and 'spooktastic') activities for the whole family. Enjoy!

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Halloween @ LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort

Until 3rd November

 

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This October, LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort is decked out in a spooky fun Halloween theme, complete with spooky fun activities for every ghost hunter and trick-or-treater.

For the first time, the resort is employing AR technology to provide a more immersive eduplay experience for the whole family. At the ‘Hidden Sides Haunted School Bus’, families can hunt for LEGO ghosts through the augmented reality platform available with the built LEGO sets. This limited-time interactive experience is in line with the recent launch of the brand-new LEGO Hidden Sides which are basically three games rolled into one: it is a classic building toy, a tech toy, and an AR game.

That’s not all! There will be tons of other fun Halloween-themed activities available at the park, including:

  • Frankie’s Haunted Hoedown – Families shouldn’t miss the biggest Halloween party in town where everyone, including Frankenstein, Vampire, and Witch, are invited!
  • LEGO Friends Halloween Special – Meet the LEGO Friends at their LIVE show as they do their high-energy performances in their special Halloween outfits.
  • Brick-or-Treat themed building activities – Help the scarecrows build LEGO pumpkins for their Pumpkin patch and scare away the ghosts and ghouls!
  • SEA LIFE is Haunted! – Our marine sanctuary is haunted! Help our aquarists find and capture all 8 ghosts in SEA LIFE Malaysia and stand a chance to win a surprise gift!

Families planning their trip should take advantage of LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort’s promotions, on until 3rd November, such as 50% discount for a day ticket when any Annual Pass holder brings a friend for our spooky fun celebration. Don’t forget that kids dressed in Halloween costumes can enter for free when accompanied by an adult who has a full-priced ticket!

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