Taking a trip to Legoland from Singapore? Great choice! It’s a lot of fun! Wondering how to get to Legoland Malaysia from Singapore? I can help you out!
Legoland Malaysia is ideally located at the southern tip of Malaysia, meaning that a Legoland Malaysia day trip from Singapore is not just possible, but a very viable option. So whether you have just one day available or longer, you can definitely visit Legoland during a trip to Singapore.
The next step, once you decide you want to travel to Legoland from Singapore, is to work out how to get there. Thankfully, getting to Legoland Malaysia from Singapore is not complicated although the fact that there are a few different options can make it seem harder.
However, all you have to do is pick between the transport from Singapore to Legoland Malaysia options depending on your budget and time. And I can help you with this!
Below, I describe exactly how to go to Legoland Malaysia from Singapore whether you are looking for a bus from Singapore to Legoland Malaysia, wondering whether to travel Singapore to Legoland by taxi, to take a Singapore to Legoland private car or want to drive to Legoland from Singapore.
I also share Legoland Malaysia tour from Singapore options and the reverse journey from Legoland to Singapore.
So keep reading this article for each of the Singapore to Legoland transport options so you can pick the best way to get to Legoland from Singapore for you.
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Map: Going To Legoland From Singapore
The distance from Singapore to Legoland Malaysia is approximately 45 kilometres although this depends on exactly where you are coming from in Singapore. The Singapore to Legoland Malaysia travel time is approximately an hour but this heavily depends on how busy the border is.
The map below shows how to travel from Singapore to Legoland Malaysia.
BEST OPTION: How To Get From Singapore To Legoland Malaysia
We can book you a private taxi from Singapore to Legoland here. It is by far the easiest option and only costs SG$90 for up to five people.
Here is a summary of all the options for how to get to Legoland from Singapore. Below, each of these are elaborated with exact instructions.
|Public Bus||Cheapest option||This involves multiple buses and is the slowest and most complicated option.|
You need to get out of the bus at both borders to pass through immigration and customs.
|People who want the absolute cheapest price and are staying in Johor Bahru. This option is hard to make work for a day trip.|
|Shuttle Bus – Book Now||Affordable option. |
Bus is direct.
|You still need to get to the bus pick up point and you don’t arrive at Legoland at opening time.|
You need to get out of the bus at both borders to pass through immigration and customs.
|People who want a balance of cost and convenience|
|Ordinary Taxi||Convenient and faster than bus. |
You don’t have to exit the taxi while crossing the border.
|You will need to get to taxi pick up spot and on return, you’ll need to first get to JB Larkin to the cross-border taxi pick up spot. |
It’s better to book your own private transfer as per the next option.
|People who want the convenience of crossing the border in a taxi.|
|Private Transfer – Book Now||Quickest and easiest option. |
The only option so far that only requires one form of transport.
You don’t have to exit the car at the border.
|It costs a little more depending on how many people are in your group.||People who want to make the most of their day and spend as little time as possible getting between Singapore and Legoland.|
|Car||Nice and easy as well as cost effective.||You need to own your own car in Singapore.||People who own a car in Singapore.|
|Tour – Book Now||This is an easy option. You are picked up at your hotel and driven through the border.|
The price includes entry ticket to Legoland as well.
|It’s much more expensive than booking your own private transfer and buying discounted tickets here.||People who want to just book a tour and not think again.|
Option 1: Singapore to Legoland By Bus
If you want to take a Singapore to Legoland Malaysia bus, there are two choices – the yellow public Causeway link buses going to Legoland from Singapore or a Legoland shuttle bus Singapore.
Catching the Causeway link buses are cheaper but they take much longer and can be confusing. They can also be very full and aren’t great if you have luggage, young children or doing a day trip and want to maximise your time at Legoland. I wouldn’t recommend this option at all if you want to do a day trip to Legoland.
A coach to Legoland from Singapore is much faster – it is just going straight there (although you will still need to get off at the border) and there should be more space. It should also wait for you at the border instead of having to find a new bus. However, there is less flexibility of what time you will depart and where to catch them from.
Causeway Link Bus To Legoland Malaysia
When it comes to how to go to Legoland Malaysia from Singapore by bus, there are a few options depending on where you are departing from.
In all cases, you are looking for yellow Causeway Link buses. You are going to have to catch a few of them as none are direct to Legoland and you’ll need to get off the bus at each side of the border, go through immigration and then wait for the next bus to come.
Looking at Google maps can be the best way to sort out exactly what buses to get from where you are in Singapore to Legoland.
But basically, you can look for Causeway Link CW1 (Kranji MRT Station), CW2 (Queen Street), or CW5 (Newton Circus). They will take you to the Woodland Checkpoint (Singapore immigration).
From here, hop back on a Causeway Link bus to the customs at Johor Bahru to enter Malaysia. Once you have entered, you’ll need to hop back on a Causeway Link bus going to JB Larkin station.
From here, you can take Causeway Link, LM1. It’ll take you to Mall Of Medini which is a short walk to Legoland. The big downside is that this bus only runs every 90 minutes. It takes about 45 minutes.
The Singapore to Legoland bus fare is approximately SG$7 all up. The Singapore to Legoland Malaysia bus travel time will depend on where you depart from and how busy the border is. From downtown areas in Singapore, two and a half hours is normal and that’s if you get a good connection for your second bus.
You can read more about Causeway Link buses here.
Singapore Legoland Shuttle
The WTS Travel Singapore to Legoland coach departs from Singapore Flyer and goes directly to Legoland Malaysia every morning.
The Singapore flyer bus to Legoland generally leaves at 9am and returns at 5:15pm but this can vary and there can be multiple departures at peak times. When border times are short, the Singapore flyer to Legoland travel time is only about an hour.
There are also other options for how to go from Singapore to Legoland Malaysia by coach with different departure points including Golden Mile Tower, Boon Lay, Tuas and more. If you are looking for how to get from Singapore airport to Legoland Malaysia, you can also get a shuttle bus to save you needing to go into the city.
These are the only bus options I recommend for a day trip to Legoland. Note that you’ll still need to exit the bus at both sides of the border.
Option 2: Taxi From Singapore To Legoland Malaysia
If you want to go from Singapore to Legoland by taxi, you can’t catch any taxi in Singapore. It has to be an especially licensed Singapore taxi or a Malaysian taxi.
I recommend a Malaysian taxi as a Singapore taxi can only take you to Larkin Bus Terminal in Malaysia and then you will need to take a second Malaysian taxi to Legoland Malaysia.
You can take a Malaysian taxi across from Singapore at the Ban San St. Taxi Kiosk on Queen St. This is straightforward and they can drop you off at Legoland. This taxi should take about an hour if lines aren’t long at the border.
A huge plus of taking a taxi is that you don’t have to get out of your car at the border. They can drive you through.
Make sure you also take into account that you need to get to the taxi stand in Queen Street. It is near Bugis MRT.
Since this still costs S$80, I recommend you take the next option, of a private transfer, which is only slightly more, holds up to 5 people and will pick you up from anywhere in Singapore. You can also book this for a certain time so you don’t need to worry about getting stuck waiting for a taxi.
This is especially the case for the return journey, as you’ll need to make your way from Legoland to JB Larkin before you can catch your taxi which is about 20-30 minutes away.
Option 3: Singapore To Legoland Private Transfer
The easiest answer for how to get from Singapore to Legoland Malaysia is by private car. You can book a private transfer that will pick you up from wherever you want in Singapore and drop you off at the entry to Legoland in Malaysia.
This way you don’t need to worry about getting to taxi or bus stops and can relax when going through the border. You won’t have to leave the air conditioned comfort of your car
A private car Singapore to Legoland is more expensive at SG$90. However, if you have the budget, this will make your trip to Legoland so much more enjoyable, especially with kids. For this price, you can have up to five passengers. There’s also larger vehicle options for bigger groups.
You can also book the return journey for the same price. It’s far and away the best way to visit Legoland, especially on a day trip.
Option 4: Singapore to Legoland By Car
If you have your own car in Singapore then the best option may simply be to drive across.
As stated above, the Singapore to Legoland distance is about 45 kilometres and at times when the border isn’t busy, you could be across in as fast as 50 minutes.
Option 5: Singapore Legoland Tour
Another easy option for a Legoland day trip from Singapore is to simply take a tour. A tour will include transfers and entry tickets to Legoland Malaysia.
This is a very easy way to go.
However, it can be much cheaper to simply book return private transfers yourself here and then book your discounted Legoland admission here. It’s also more flexible to do this.
From Legoland To Singapore
Travelling back from Legoland to Singapore gives you the same options as the way over, just in reverse.
So pick whichever one you prefer from above and reverse the instructions where necessary.
Legoland Malaysia is a lot of fun and it’s easy to visit here from Singapore. I hope this article helps you work out how to get from Singapore to Malaysia and you have a great visit!