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Nusajaya which is also known as Iskandar Puteri, is a regional city located at the west of Johor, Malaysia. Being the largest urban integrated development in Southeast Asia, Nusajaya is one of the five flagship zones of Iskandar Malaysia; a 550,000-acre economic corridor three times the size of Singapore. It was formally launched in February 2017. Iskandar Malaysia is anticipated to be a sustainable city of international by 2025. Nusajaya itself has the area of 24,000 acres which is diversely rich in food, events, jaw-dropping theme parks and many more. Located strategically and near to its neighbouring country, Singapore, it affords vast potential of economic growth. It is also assisted by two international airports as well as five seaports which makes it the best connectivity in Southeast Asia.
Nusajaya is easily accessible by all modes of transportation. If you wish to travel by air, you can choose to land in Senai International Airport and grab a cab to reach to the destination. By land, you can travel through the North-South Expressway, a stretch of expressway from the far north to Nusajaya. You can also hop on express bus, shuttle bus, taxi or even private limousine to reach to the destination. Within the city itself, public transportations like shuttle buses and taxis are available.
Ready for a fun-filled and exciting day? If so, be sure to visit Legoland Malaysia, the first international theme park in Malaysia. It has been operated since 2012, making it the first Legoland theme park in Asia and the sixth in the world. It offers 40 interactive rides, attractions and shows. This 76-acre theme park that caters mostly families with children 12 years and below is estimated to attract more than 1 million visitors a year. Besides the theme park, there is also a Lego-themed water park called Legoland Water, established in 2013. Before you leave this place, you can take a quick visit to the Legoland Shop which sells Lego-themed souvenirs like toys, keychains, DVDs, books and its merchandise or in other words, things that you cannot find in the supermarkets. Coming to this attraction with your family is not a mistake as they will definitely bring home the good memory.
Are you a person who prefers to shop branded items with promising prices? Save your worry and money by shopping at Johor Premium Outlets, a tax-free shopping mall. Located only 23 minutes away from Nusajaya, this first luxury brand outlet in Southeast Asia houses 130 stores of branded items like Fossil, Victoria’s Secret, Coach, Armani Exchange, Michael Kors, Swarovski and many more. There are also nine food and beverage stores like Absolute Thai, Baskin-Robbins, Dome Café, and Starbucks as well as the food court for you to fill up before you shop till you drop. This amazing mall opens every day from 10 a.m to 10 p.m.
If you are looking for a stone’s throw away hotel from Legoland Malaysia, come to Legoland Malaysia Hotel. Located 0.38 km from Legoland Malaysia, this 4-star hotel offers you a themed stay that will be remembered. Priced from RM 987 per night, you can choose to stay in the Kingdom, Pirate or Adventure themed room. This family friendly hotel has a spacious outdoor pool for you to spend quality time together with your family. There are tour services available for hotel guests to experience. Not just that, it is located near to major attractions like Sanrio Hello Kitty Town and Danga Bay. So, you can visit these places hassle-free. With all mentioned above, you have to agree that Legoland Malaysia Hotel is a good deal.