Malaysia at Its Finest
Asia, with its cultural diversities, unique blends of notable beliefs and a charming magnitude of hospitality and sincerity from each country and its locals. Due to its large size, it is also divided into specific regions, and among it is Southeast Asia, which is becoming more and more prominently heard of and yearned for in the whole world. Malaysia is settled as the federal constitutional monarchy within Southeast Asia, and it truly boasts of the world’s finest tourist’s destinations, especially, its largest capital city, Kuala Lumpur.
KL covers about 243 km or 94sq mi, and the home of 1.7 million locals, estimated in 2015. Historically, it underwent a number of affiliations, such as:
- Sultanate of Selangor 1857 until 1974
- Federated Malay States 1895-1942; 1945-1946
- Empire of Japan 1942
- Malayan Union in 1946
- Federation of Malaya in 1948
- Malaysia from 1963 until this present time
The rise of its modernization happened on the 1880s, where establishments and colonial administration created strategies and improved the town slowly and the railway paved way to better market and industrial opportunities.
Malaysia Today and Its International Theme Park
Now, this vibrant and culture-rich country is continuously improving as it grants its local citizens and tourists to enter a land filled with Lego creations. For locals and foreign travelers, getting to the theme park is easy, if you will take a bus from KL to Legoland by booking an online ticket from a trusted travel website in the whole Southeast Asia.
Travelling to Malaysia will not be complete if you do not take a bus from KL to Legoland in Johor. This is the first of its kind within and throughout the entire Asian continent. The popular landmarks of the continent have miniature replicas designed from more than 30 million LEGO bricks! Definitely adds more excitement as it offers seven attractions and proffering a different taste of thrills and experiences.