Let’s take a look at the food options first. There are a couple of restaurants, both located near the front of the park. The Brick Bay Cafe and the Beach N Brick Grill are the options, and while we didn’t eat anything in the water park, the food still looked reasonable. Sure, it’s no fancy cuisine, you’re in a water park after all, but it’s amazing how hungry you can get after swimming all day, and climbing the inevitable stairs that lead to the slides.
There are handy places to keep your shoes or thongs, as well as a few body driers around the place that will get you a little drier for RM10. It’s warm air, so don’t expect to be refreshed and cool after. You’re just going to end up warm and damp!
LEGO Wave Pool
The first attraction you’ll come across is the LEGO Wave Pool. It’s a great spot to sit, relax, and soak up some rays, but make sure you bring some sunscreen – you’ll be out in the sun 99% of the time. The Wave Pool isn’t very deep, so great for kids, and the waves are more of a little ripple than proper waves. There’s certainly no breaking waves! There are even hireable cabanas that are lockable, so perfect for keeping personal items. As it’s a LEGOLAND Water Park, there’s plenty of LEGO sculptures dotted around the place, including some mermaids on the back wall of the Wave Pool.
Well, that’s it for the massive LEGOLAND experience review! It’s been a lot of fun writing this, and I hope you got as much out of it as I hoped you would! Let me know of your experiences, and if you’ve been to any other LEGOLAND around the world, I’d love to hear about it.
Next week I’ll be diving back into the standard set reviews, with the latest modular building, 10251: Brick Bank!