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Sales to continue even after some 7,000 tickets for theme park access till the end of 2013 have been sold
ABOUT 7,000 pre-opening annual passes to Legoland Malaysia have been sold so far, with Singaporeans making up about 35 per cent of those who bought.
This is despite the theme park in Iskandar Malaysia only opening in the last quarter of this year.
IDR Resorts Sdn Bhd chief executive officer, Muhammad Zainal Ashikin, told Johor Streets that the physical construction at Legoland Malaysia will be completed soon.
"It is now almost 60 per cent ready and the work progress is as scheduled," he said.
"For safety measures, only after all rides, attractions and facilities have passed the rigorous testing and commissioning exercise involving all parties concerned, will we then open our doors for business."
IDR is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Iskandar Investment Bhd.
Last December, Legoland Malaysia launched its pre-opening annual pass sales on www.AirAsiaRedTix.com, the AirAsia RedTix website.
The pre-opening annual passes are being sold at a specially-discounted price, with a validity that will take pass holders right through the end of 2013.
These special prices were offered for a limited period only, providing a great opportunity to give that perfect holiday gift.
Based on the premise that once is just not enough, the annual pass will allow individuals and families to enjoy unlimited access to the park, which spans an impressive 31 hectares and features more than 40 rides, shows and attractions.
Starting at RM150 for children (original price at RM210) and RM195 for adults (original price at RM275), families from across the region can experience this one-of-its-kind theme park in Asia, specially designed for families with children aged between 2 and 12 years.
Zainal said there has been no decision yet as to the last day of the pre-opening annual pass sales.
"Seize the opportunity to grab the discounted passes," he said.
The Lego brand is synonymous with a child's learning, education and growing experience through play that offers an interactive fun-filled experience for the whole family.
Tickets are available online at www. AirAsiaRedTix.com.
Further ticketing details are available on the Legoland Malaysia website at www. LEGOLAND.com.my.
The pre-opening annual passes are designed to allow Legoland enthusiasts not only to take advantage of a great value, but to also enjoy up to three months in 2012 and all of 2013, making the annual passes a value buy.