Those planning on visiting Legoland Malaysia once it opens (on 15 September 2012) can take advantage of the bus and shuttle services, which will begin operation on the opening day itself.
These buses will operate every day from Johor Bahru’s Larkin Bus Station, Gelang Patah Sentral and Johor Premium Outlets.
A daily dedicated bus service, operated by Konsortium Transnasional Berhad (KTB), will leave Larkin for Legoland every thirty minutes between 09.00am and midday. Return buses will run from Legoland to Larkin from 04.00pm until 06.30pm from Sunday to Friday. On Saturdays, school holidays and public holidays, the buses will run until 08.30pm. Each round trip will cost RM12.
Causeway Link will operate two new bus services. There will be a total of six trips each day between Johor Premium Outlets, Legoland and the Tuas 2ndLink. Visitors can expect up to 15 trips on the second Causeway Link route: JB Sentral – Larkin Sentral – Legoland – Gelang Patah.
“Our aim is to make the journey to the Park as easy as possible especially for families with children. With the door-to-door service, visitors can get to the Park comfortably and be assured.
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