Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Welcome to LEGOLAND

Pictures were taken during our first trip to Legoland Billund since there are many lego park all over the world...have a look of these pictures and feels like you've been touring the whole legoland in my blog...If you're familiar with legos and been playing it or your kids does play with it, then you will like and appreciate this post. Enjoy!

Legoland in Billund, Denmark, is the largest and the oldest. It is divided into nine different worlds: Duplo Land, ImaginationZone, LEGOREDO Town, Adventure Land, Miniland, Pirate Land, Lego City, Knights Kingdom and Viking land. The park opened in 1968 and has 1.7 million visitors annually, making it the largest tourist attraction in Denmark outside Copenhagen.


Legoland is a chain of Lego themed theme parks owned by Merlin Entertainment. While they are Lego themed, they are not fully owned by Lego Group itself:
The parks are marketed to young families, and although they have a number of roller coasters, they are not as numerous or as extreme as those in other parks, and there is a greater emphasis on rides suitable for younger children.
The parks are split into various areas, which are common between the parks. For example, all four of the parks include a Lego miniland, a model village which includes models of landmarks and scenes from around the world made from millions of genuine Lego bricks. Other common features include a Lego Mindstorms centre (fun-based learning), Duplo Gardens (for smaller children), Driving area (including attractions such as Driving school, Boating school, Ballooning school and Fire Academy), My Town, Wild Woods, and Knight's Kingdom.
The parks' rides are all Lego themed; many are made to appear as if they are built out of Lego bricks. They tend to be based on one particular line of Lego: for example, a popular ride at all four parks is the Dragon Coaster, which is loosely based on the Knights' Kingdom Lego sets. Another popular ride is the Driving school, in which children can drive small electric cars made to look like Lego cars around a small road network, after which they gain a mock driving license. The exact set of rides varies between parks, although as with the Disney parks there is some overlap



  1. supah nice, at first i thought malalaking building.

  2. hehehehe... na they're all replica... but what makes it specail is its all made of lego blocks... nice jud nacky


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