LegoLand Malaysia – Art of Building (SBTS)

LegoLand Malaysia is a kid’s paradise. Most adults would probably not enjoy this amusement park  much, since it seems primarily targeted towards children. Unless of course, you are an avid fan of Lego. Still, there are some pretty spectacular sights to see, such as the famous MiniLand, and the Star Wars MiniLand. Star Wars MiniLand will be fun for any Star Wars fanatic, especially since the exhibits are coupled with lights and sound effects to recreate the different Star Wars worlds. But I was definitely more enraptured by the landmarks of Asia, as they are real places that I can actually visit one day. After seeing the lego-sized versions of these beauties, I was compelled to see them in their true resplendent forms. Hopefully, someday…

…Meanwhile let’s admire what the nimble hands of creative individuals can recreate using merely Lego bricks.

The pristine white of Taj Mahal (Agra, India)
The magnificent ruins of Angkor Wat (Angkor, Cambodia)
This is home, truly. 
The Forbidden City with The Great Wall of China as its backdrop! (Beijing, China)
Floating Karaweik Hall glided in gold (Yangon, Myanmar)
The beautiful scenic temple Tanah Lot (Bali,Indonesia)
Topping off with a cool Jedi and her light sabre! 

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Beauty- and Travel-holic who loves to play and dream, and recording her life moments.

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