This is our second time here, and we had a great time. The place is clean, well organised, the rides are good and well maintained. There are plenty of playgrounds for the kids, and all facilities are well maintained. Many of the rides are interactive in nature, which makes it interesting. Our favourite rides are the Coast Guard HQ where you drive your own boat, Splash Battle where you shoot water cannons at people around you, and the small roller coaster - Dragon's apprentice. Overall, the rides and activities would suit primary school kids and toddlers. Staff are helpful and service is great. This park is much smaller than other major theme parks, but we enjoyed it much more due to less crowds, and much shorter queueing time. The downside is that some rides are not open every day, and some rides are only open for part of the day. Also note that the theme park is not open everyday of the year, therefore, you should check the website before making plans. Food is rather expensive in the theme park, but we were very pleased with the allergy awareness, and there are charts indicating the allergens each of the items. There is an adjacent shopping and restaurant area, outside of Legoland, which includes a bakery, pizza shop, grilled eel, and noodle shops. Oveall it was a good experience.
Legoland is the most recommended place in addition to Long Island Paradise. I am influenced by my daughter. I will often accompany her to Legoland. I am excited to come to Legoland, especially to see so many decorations made by Lego. They are all novelty. Legoland Nagoya is the eighth in the world and the second-largest in Asia. It is worth a special trip. The special mention is that the elevator of the hotel uses the stick of the submarine. When the elevator door is closed, the lights rotate, it is extremely joyful and the mood will be better. However, I feel like coming to the nightclub. There is also a Lego white graffiti paper on the table of the restaurant, and the children are making graffiti after eating. The hotel also has a lot of themes, and now this is the theme of the ninja room, and from the sheets to the wall are inspired by ninja elements. The entire park is divided into seven areas, including Lego Factory, Lego City, Adventure Park, Mini Park, Lego Kingdom, Bricktopia and Pirate Coast, each of them has a unique and interesting vibe.
Opened on April 1, 2017, in Nagoya, Japan, LEGOLAND Japan boasts a wide variety of attractions and performances for all to enjoy. Faced with a multitude of spectacularly large figures made of Lego, snap-happy visitors cannot help but take photos and marvel over the magic of the small bricks. Very characteristically Lego in all aspects, both adults and children are bound to be entertained here.