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Legoland Hotel to be built in Nusajaya


Kuala Lumpur: Merlin Entertainments Groups has signed a management agreement with LL Themed Hotel Sdn Bhd to develop and build the LEGOLAND Hotel in Nusajaya, Johor, the first in Southeast Asia and the fourth in the world.

LL Themed is a 51-49 joint venture company between Destination Resorts and Hotels Sdn Bhd (DRH) with Iskandar Harta Holdings Sdn Bhd.

DRH Managing Director Nadziruddin Basri said:"We at DRH are focused in bringing new, innovative attractions to Malaysia's leisure and tourism offerings and to make Malaysia a destination of choice for both local and international travellers."

The hotel is set to heighten LEGOLAND Malaysia theme park's experience with its fun and interactive designs and facilities, he said in a statement.
Meanwhile, LEGOLAND Malaysia General Manager Siegfried Boerst said the hotel was the first to be designed from a child's eye view and was scheduled to open for operations in the first half of 2014.

Dedicated to interactive family fun, the unique hotel will encourage families with young children to extend their visit to the resort and to take between two and three days to really enjoy more than 40 attractions in the theme park. -- Bernama

The LEGOLAND hotel in Windsor, England.

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