Legoland Malaysia

Bonjournal: Legoland



While I was in Malaysia without the Internet the whole day, I did some offline mini-blogging at Bonjournal to keep track of happenings I couldn’t post on Instagram.
Quite a nice app to use with a very simple and beautiful interface but it sometimes distracts me from actually doing stuff while I’m out and about.
Not sure if I’d use it for my next travel but I really like the PDF compilation you see above.
My journal does lack a lot of information because I didn’t have pictures to accompany it and I didn’t want a text-only post.
So, a more wordy repost here!!!!!

Yesterday, I went to Jurong East to take a bus to Malaysia!
God knows when the last time I was there was.

Went to Isetan Supermarket to get me some sushi and a packet of Ringo Work for breakfast!! ^__^
Expensive as hell T_T
I was the second customer to enter Isetan too LOLOL :>

Boarded buses and went through customs and all that…

And we got to Legoland!
Reason we were all on this outing is because Yong Chin had free tickets 😀 😀 😀
I think we took all the roller coasters!
Dragon’s Apprentice was smaller than The Dragon but it was scarier than the bigger one!!
Nothing here was near to as scary as those in Dreamworld though…
Hazel was really scared of roller coasters and didn’t want to take them at all but after the first, she went on everything and sometimes multiple times HAHAHAH 😀
Lunched at the King’s Grill but I ordered the common kids meal of nuggets and fries.
The fries were crap but the nuggets were unexpectedly yummy???

The water rides were the fun ones, in my opinion.
Unlike many, the ones here actually drench the hell out of you, even if you were covered.

Dino Island was really boring during the start but the drop was steep enough and the splash was humongous I LOVE IT 😀
My shorts and shoes were soaked -___-
Really fun so we didn’t leave the car and went on a second round ^___^
Except Ke Yang who claims that he dares to take water rides because his heart can take it… but left after the first, where he kept exclaiming that his balls were shrinking HAHAHAHHA 😀
The other fun one was AQUAZONE Wave Racers!
Goes really quickly and it’s scary cos you might fly off cos there were no belts or anything!!
It would’ve been better if they built each car nearer to the others so when you drift you actually splash people T_T
Wanted to go to Boating School too but the weather was fluctuating and they closed it temporarily… 😦

Before we left we went to the Big Shop to build our own figurines!

Really tough finding bits from a very limited selection around the table…
Finally found a decent sexy body for my sexy turban Lego man after I found this kid building an army of figurines that he probably isn’t going to buy so I took it (I asked ok I’m like really polite and civilised and all)!!!
About S$3 for this ^__^

Went to wait for the bus back but we had so much time before the bus comes so Hazel and I went to the empty space behind the bus stop to be nonsensical LOLOLOL


Just some!
Props to Michelle and Jolene for taking the photos 😀

Before long we were at City Square for dinner!
Apparently the Japanese restaurant they intended to go to were under renovation or something so we ended up at Arashi Shabu Shabu!
It was goddamn cheap because they were like Singapore’s price BUT IN RINGGIT!!!!
Like S$1 = RM2.50 OMGMMGMGMGMGMGGGGGG!!! 😀 😀 😀 😀
Then Yong Chin said it was his mom’s treat so erm… this whole trip was nearly totally sponsored???
HAHAHAHAHAHA GOD BLESS

The best thing about this place is the individual pots because you get to choose whatever broth you want!!! 😀
I chose miso .__.
Shared the seafood mix combo set with Hazel and ordered meat a la carte!
Quite yummy la 😀
The crab balls and meatballs were OMG juicy and totally awesome!

Ok then we went home!
THE END
LOL

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