Bus and Shuttle Services to Legoland Malaysia Starts in September

If you’re already planning your trip to Legoland when it opens its doors to the public on September 15, or a Johor-extravaganza with Johor Premium Outlets (JPO) and Hello Kitty Town thrown in – we have some additional good info for you!

Starting from September 15th, Legoland Malaysia will be accessible by a number of direct bus services that will operate every day from JB Sentral, Larkin, Gelang Patah Sentral and Johor Premium Outlets (JPO).

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 they will run until 08.30pm. Each round trip will cost RM12.

This is a welcomed move as it will 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 that their journey will be less tiring.

As for the Causeway Link, two new bus services will be operating there with a total of 6 trips each day between JPO, Legoland, and the Tuas 2nd Link. Visitors can expect up to 15 trips on the second Causeway Link route: JB Sentral – Larkin Sentral – Legoland – Gelang Patah.

For those keen on self-drive, the Park has over 3,500 car parking bays on site and over 100 spaces for buses and coaches. It will provide visitors with access to both the Park and Mall of Medini. To further help navigation, the route to Legoland is also well signposted.




Transnasional Berhad



Public transport from


Larkin – Legoland

Every day: 0900 to 1200 (every 30 minutes)



Legoland – Larkin

Sun – Fri: 1600 to 1830 (every 30 minutes)

Sat, School Holidays & Public Holiday: 1600 to 2030 (every 30 minutes)



Public transport from

JPO, JB Sentral, Larkin

and Gelang Patah





1. JB Sentral – Larkin – Legoland – GP Sentral

Weekdays (Mon – Fri): 10 trips per day (0800-1800)

Weekends (Sat, Sun & PH): 15 trips per day (0800-1730)


For more information on routes, schedules and prices visit the Legoland website.

Audra Roslani

Coming from the fast-paced chaotic world of PR, Audra believes that stress can be managed in three stages: Visualisation of the perfect vacation in the long run, a glass of Teh Ais (be it of local, English, Taiwanese or Japanese variety) at the end of a long day, and most importantly in the therapeutic power of cat pictures for immediate stress relief.

  1. hi,
    id like to bring my kids to legoland in December. if i land from south africa in kuala lampur, can i get a bus from there direct to legoland and back, and how long is the journey? or will it be too tiring

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