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Hello Kitty Theme Park Johor
Sunday, April 13, 2014 • 2:14 AM • 0 comments
Upon arrival to Johor from woodland causeway link,
we took a private taxi to Hello Kitty Theme Park which cost us RM40.
*Tip - Do board a meter charging taxi instead for a cheaper rate at RM30.
 
After 15-20mins of car ride, we've arrived to our destination
Hello Kitty Theme Park and The Big Club Johor
Opening hour 10am-6pm
 
*Tip - Do not purchase your ticket on spot which cost RM110. I bought might from my local travel agency which cost us SGD40 each for both parks.
There're few restuarants and it is just next to Trader's Hotel
 Photo snapping time!!
Gigantic Hello Kitty Figure
Here we are!!
Welcome to Hello Kitty Town
Lots of plushies to hug!!
Lovely dance floor for both of us

 
Entering into Kitty's Mansion
 so lovely and cute
"Ladies in Pink"
 
 playing real hard
 
 
 those dresses were too small for us
 
 
WOW! Can I bring them back?
 
Entering the Kitty's Kitchen
 
It's bathing time
 Anyone??
 Calling friends now for free bath.
Thereafter, we went " Wishful studio"
It contain lots of activities such as the below
Cookies decoration
Kitty cried: "Dont eat me"
Handicraft works
* Can bring them back. Yeah!
Haha! I guess that most guys will faint over here
Nail studio - free painting of nails
 
There is a Kitty's Dressing Room
the photos were too cute to be uploaded!
 
Visiting this Kitty's Maze Castle
The story goes: Kitty was kidnapped, thus, Dear Daniel (Kitty's bf) is trying to save her
 We are given lamp to explore around and finding clues to rescue Kitty from the bad guy.

 
 

Yeah, we found the clue

We are given an activity card as each location only can visit once.
Fun and lovely theme park for girls & ladies

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Legoland Theme, Water Park & Hotel Visitation
Wednesday, April 02, 2014 • 8:45 PM • 0 comments
Company trip to Legoland Theme Park, Water Park and Hotel Visitation!
It's time to play!!Yeah


Let's go!!
Don't be deceived by the park map below
It looks like a small area but in fact it has huge premises.
* be prepared to have a long walk *

 Excited for a roller coaster rides??

 

Lego Castle

Here comes the Princess Michelle fighting with Beast Nicholas :p
Round 1...fight*
I lost! sob sob
Ended in prisoner cage....-.-"
I'm free now!
Having some fun snaps
It's time for the 4-D adventure show






Lunch Time!!
This set cost us RM40
but it tasted good

After lunch, we continue our journey...
so hot and humid!
Tip - Remmeber to bring umbrella or cap as it has limited sheltered area for shades.

Minature World








Around the world in 30mins

This is Singapore!
After a hot and sunny play at the theme park, we finally got a wonderful dip in.... 
Legoland Water Park!



enjoying myself in the lazy river


 Want to have a nice splash?
we took 3 to 4 hours to complete the water park

After taking some water slides and dipped ourselve in the cooling water. our group proceed to Legoland Hotel
Play area at the hotel lobby

Free play of Lego
Felt like a kid again!
Childhood memories
Now visiting the hotel rooms


 
Another hotel room
 

Passed by the nearby shopping district before we head back to our coach
quench our thirst by grabbng a cup of bubble tea for ourselve
it is a really hot and dry weather
Time for shopping






This is the end of my legoland trip
Home sweet home

Tips and things to take note if you are visiting Legoland soon!
1. Do wear something cooling
(Weather is really hot and humid) 

2. Bring extra clothing
(Expect to sweat it out)

3. Bring umbrella or raincoat as there is limited shelter in the park
(In case it rains, you are at least well protected)

4. Apply Sunblock with at least SPF 130 or more than one application
(I've applied a SPF 80 sunblock and thought I was UV protected. In fact, nope, I still tanned!)

5. Don't pack your own food
(As the weather is hot and humid, all our sandwiches turns sours, cold drinks turns warm.
Moreover, the meal in the park are mostly selling at RM20 =SG10, so is still affortable)

6. Best to visit the water park on the same day
( 2 parks in 1 day package ticket is cheaper and may take a shower before you return back to SG)

For more information about Legoland Hotel and their 2 Parks

How to travel from SG to Legoland

or you may check out package deals with coach transport

Play like a child and stay youthful!

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