Yes. Why do Maybank should give me tickets to Legoland?
My answer is…
I really love LEGO. Since my neighbor got a set of Lego play set and I just an 7 years-old kid. Playing Lego make my childhood become interesting. I build some building and somehow making a pistol and robot. Childhood memory just been to interesting to be shared to anybody.
I also remember that Lego set, which my father bought through my neighbor. I didn’t remember how much the price, by the way, Thanks Abah! That was my only precious gift. And yet, my sister just giving me some extra “gift” on my forehead. Yeah. Childhood not even complete if you not get quarrel with sibling even hitting on the face. We dont know what we really do, the cause…Kids only know to play, not sharing a toy. Haha.
I also remember when ever passing by the toys section on the supermarket at Jaya Supermarket in Raub, Pahang 20 years back. I will stop at Lego section, just to see the latest design of Lego set. You know what happen when “some” kid want that toy so so deeply? Just need to cry and make some extra “loud”.
Haha. Just kidding. I know that Abah would not entertain me more cause I got another two sister to taken care of. I pretty sure that.
So if Maybank giving a ticket for me, it would be the most childhood memory gift ever in my life. And yes, Lego makes me love what I’m doing right now and that is ENGINEERING.
Welcome to LEGOLAND® Malaysia!
LEGOLAND Malaysia opens its 76 acres of adventure on 15th September 2012. The park is packed full of family fun with more than 40 rides, 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 – and of course there’s building too.
LEGOLAND Malaysia has seven themed areas of attractions for all ages. It’s an inspirational land where the children are the heroes. From LEGO® experiment centres to rollercoasters,the park is a day-long voyage of discovery for all the family.
The centrepiece is MINILAND, where Asian landmarks have been recreated using more than 30 million LEGO bricks. It’s an interactive world on a scale of 1:20, where people, trains and aeroplanes come to life at the touch of a button.
Source: LegoLand Malaysia