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Legoland Malaysia to build world’s largest LEGO Millennium Falcon

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Mumbai, April 2016: Legoland, Malaysia has always been one of the most preferred vacation destinations for kids and adults with its unique concepts and larger than life experiences. Taking this trend ahead this year, the theme park has yet again come up with an interesting concept. Legoland Malaysia is now set to break record by assembling the world’s largest LEGO Millennium Falcon, from the Star Wars series.

Legoland Johor has enlisted master builders father-son duo Daniel and Christopher Steininger, to create a replica of the Star Wars hunk of the galaxy. The team will use more than 2,00,000 bricks to create the record breaking master piece.

The Steiningers will assemble the Millennium Falcon between April 30th and May 2nd, with the help of volunteers. The final replica will be unveiled on May 3rd, on the eve of Star Wars Celebration Day. The theme park will display the Millenium Falcon through the end of May, to ensure maximum vacation travelers can enjoy the sight of their favourite hunk from the Star Wars series.

Legoland is all set to break the record created by Australia last year, when Steininger duo had created a large replica of the Falcon which measured around 16 feet across and used 2,50,000 bricks.

Legoland Malaysia Resort, Malaysia’s first international themed park that was opened in year 2012 is a family holiday destination with more than 70 hands-on rides, slides, shows and attractions. Almost everything is hands-on, so you can push, pedal and program, or steer, squirt and splash, your way through a truly interactive experience. The park has seven themed areas of attractions for all ages such as The Beginning, LEGO Technic, LEGO Kingdoms, Imagination, LEGO City, Land of Adventure and MINILAND. It’s an inspirational land where the children are the heroes.

MALAYSIA TOURISM PROMOTION BOARD or TOURISM MALAYSIA 
www.tourismmalaysia.gov.my


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