With the strong support from the government and frontliners, Malaysia has been making huge strides in handling the COVID-19 pandemic. As economic activities continue to resume in phases, many businesses and industries are preparing ahead to reopen while adjusting to a new normal that prioritises public health.
LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort (LMR) is excited to present a glimpse of the new era for theme parks and resorts, where there can be a semblance of normality that guests can return to. LEGOLAND believes that the road to reopening starts with setting a new standard for safety and hygiene, before reinvigorating domestic travel by introducing attractive offerings with flexibility at core.
“Our goal is to keep everyone safe, including our LEGOLAND team and community. We have cautiously evaluated and set new protocols that will allow us to meet and exceed the guidelines put in place by the Ministry of Health,” said C.S. Lim, Divisional Director at LMR.
“We know how much Malaysians have been looking forward to travelling again. We have in store a selection of promotions and packages that offer the convenience of an all-in-one destination while helping people stretch their vacation budget. The safety measures, flexible booking policies and promotional deals are critical as part of the move to revive domestic tourism while ensuring visiting families a balance between safety and leisure. As one of Malaysia’s leading holiday destination, we have a role to play in restoring and reenergising the tourism industry, an important segment that will contribute to the nation’s economic recovery,” Lim added.
Ramping up Safety and Hygiene
Throughout the temporary closure due to the MCO, the resort has taken the opportunity to step up its preventative measures as it prepares to welcome guests back. Safety and hygiene will continue to be LEGOLAND’s top priority in the ‘new normal’. As such, guests will be seeing new measures during their next visit, including social distancing and crowd control (30% capacity), hygiene and disinfection protocols as well as enhanced cleaning and sanitization.
Guests will still enjoy the unique LEGOLAND experience with peace of mind knowing that their families are in good hands at the resort.
LMR has been sharing and applying many learning and best practices among its sister attractions in a collaborative effort to align with the highest level of compliance.
Reinvigorating Tourism by Extending Flexibility and Value
LEGOLAND is announcing a variety of attractive pre-opening ticket and accommodation offers where families can pre-book and plan for their next holiday. The promotions also come with extended validity period that is relatively longer than the usual packages. Some of the offers include:
- 3-month extension for all Annual Pass – Valid for passes that have expired or are expiring between February – December 2020.
- Limited Time Annual Pass Renewal – Annual Pass renewed from now onwards will be valid until December 2021.
- Limited Time Free Hotel Stay – Book 1 night and get the 2nd night for free.
- Limited Time Free Theme Park Access – Buy 1 Day ticket and get the 2nd ticket for free.
Do that note that LEGOLAND Theme Park, SEA Life Malaysia and the Hotel is open to the public, but from 8th July 2020, the theme park will be closed every Wednesday unless the date falls on a Public Holiday due to sanitization and deep cleaning procedures. The Water Park will remain closed until further notice.
For more updates, promotions and full safety measures, head over to their official website, https://www.legoland.com.my/.