Feature: Legoland Malaysia Water Park- Activities, Rates, Tips

Friday, August 09, 2019

     I believe that traveling is important because it gives a once in a lifetime experience seeing the beauty of the country or the place that you'll visit. It's also the time where you'll get to spend time with your family and have that so-called 'me-time' while creating memories for a lifetime. This is one of the many reasons why I work hard and save a lot in order for me to treat my family for an annual out of the country vacation.

     In our second year, we decided to celebrate my son's 10th birthday in Legoland Malaysia. We had our 4-day vacation last June 11-14, 2019. It was a Singapore-Malaysia trip because based on my research, the fastest way to reach Legoland Malaysia is to travel by train or bus from Singapore. I will muse more about this awesome experience after the jump!

Legoland Malaysia Water Park
The hubby and the birthday boy at the entrance of Legoland Malaysia Waterpark

Legoland Hotel Malaysia Adventure Themed Room- Rates, Photos, Review

Sunday, August 25, 2019

     Have you read my Legoland Malaysia Water Park post? If not, click here what happened on our day 1 in Legoland Malaysia :) To those who are planning to visit Legoland, complete your experience by booking an overnight stay at the Legoland Hotel. Yes, a trip to Legoland will not be complete without this experience that's why I decided to give it a go instead of booking a hotel near the area.

     Our main itinerary last June 11-14 was to celebrate my son's 10th birthday at Legoland Malaysia. We arrived at Singapore on June 11 and stayed one night there before going to Malaysia the next day, June 12. I booked our Legoland Hotel room online and chose the cheapest rate (it's one week to go before the chosen date that's why most of the rooms were higher than usual). Room rate a week before our arrival is around P15,000/night and only a few themed rooms left. I asked my son which themed room where he likes to stay and he chose the Adventure Themed Room over the Pirate one.

Legoland Hotel Malaysia Adventure Themed Room- Rates, Photos, Review

Bricks Family Restaurant at Legoland Hotel Malaysia

Friday, October 04, 2019

     We had a good night's sleep at our adventure-themed room in Legoland Hotel Malaysia and waking up to another day of adventure will not be complete without a heavy breakfast. Our day two itinerary was Legoland Theme Park that's why we need to fill in our tummies to have the energy for a whole day of walking and sight-seeing. If you are following my Legoland blogpost updates, don't also forget to check out what happened in day one at Legoland Water Park.

      Anyhoo, a breakfast buffet is included when you booked a room at Legoland Hotel Malaysia so better wake up early because Bricks Family Restuarant opens at 7:00 a.m. and serves Continental and Asian breakfast until 10:00 a.m.

Bricks Family Restaurant at Legoland Hotel Malaysia

4 Helpful Tips for Future Trips

Wednesday, May 01, 2019

     Planning to tick off one or two of your destination goals this year? I'm sure that you have five or more countries to visit in your travel bucket list. Let's make that countries-to-visit list into reality by planning your trip now. I presume some of you are having a hard time finalizing your trip because there are so many things swirling inside your head. 

     I've ticked off three countries in my list and planning for the first time is not easy but on my second and third trip, everything went a breeze. Based on my experience, you don't need to be a pro or hire some professional help for this. All you need are these 4 helpful tips for your trips to be hassle-free and one for the books. Read more of the tips after the jump!

4 Helpful Tips for Future Trips
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4 Best Things To Do in Singapore (After Pandemic- 18 to 24 months)

Friday, May 08, 2020

     Singapore will always have a special place in my heart. The first country that I've been to thrice in a span of ten years- 2008, 2016, and 2019. I lived there for three months in 2008, joined the Safeguard Science Discovery Tour with my son last 2016, and had a short vacation with my family to celebrate my son's birthday last June. There are so many things to do in Singapore. Shopping at the famous shopping spot- Bugis Shopping Centre, eating and drinking to your heart's content at Hawker Centers, exploring Lion City from day to night to watch different attractions and many more!

     However, all of these will be put on hold if you are planning to travel this year. According to health experts and travel authorities, it would take up to 18 to 24 months for the travel industry to recover, and traveling will never be the same again. There will be a lot of changes- expensive plane tickets, additional requirements aside from passport and visa, long hours from boarding to departure for necessary checks, and the list will go on before reaching your destination. Let's face reality and still hope for the best that this pandemic will be over soon so that we can all travel safely once we are really back to normalcy. Sharing 4 Best Things To Do in Singapore based on what we did last year :)

4 Best Things To Do in Singapore (After Pandemic- 18 to 24 months)
Me and Kenzo serving you some mandatory tourist photo :)

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