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Legoland Malaysia dishes out variety of Halal foods
Johor Baharu: Varieties of well-known international and local food will be available in Legoland Malaysia when the theme park begins operations on Sept 15.
Pasta, pizza, broccoli soup, together with local delicacies 'murtabak' and the Malay 'kuih' would be sold at "very reasonable prices", said theme park general manager Siegfried Boerst.
“More importantly, there will only be halal-certified food sold at our outlets here,” he told reporters after a breaking of fast ceremony with about 50 Johor media practitioners at the Market Restaurant in Legoland last night.
Boerst was recently reported as saying that Legoland expected over one million visitors and generate more than RM100 million in revenue in its first year of operation.
The theme park is set to be fully operational by early 2014, with the completion of the Legoland Hotel, and the Water Theme Park expected to be operational in mid-2013.
The cost of the theme park and waterpark is RM720 million, while that of the hotel is RM190 million. -- Bernama