The zoo was modest in size but with a minimal charge, the animals looked fairly okay to me. That morning, we spent a few good hours in the zoo strolling around every corner while Sarah enjoyed her first elephants-feeding experience.
Second day was the highlight as we spent the whole day at Legoland Theme Park. The weather was extremely kind to us and with lesser crowd too, surprisingly.
That was the first time Sarah rode on a (mini version of) roller coaster – the Dragon’s Apprentice. Although it was a short ride but the “drop” was huge as we both were screaming our lungs out; she showed no hesitation at all when we asked her to ride second times. Salute for her braveness!
We also tried out some other rides and took our time to explore the park; too bad the Sea Life was still under construction, and the Dino Island closed for maintenance.
But for us, the Ninjago live stage show was well presented. The show featured 3D computer animation with special 4D effects of wind, water and fog. It’s pretty mesmerising, a simply must-see!
It was enjoyable to revisiting Legoland; and for Sarah, she’s definitely spent the day to the fullest!
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