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Old Dec 6, 18, 3:53 pm
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Hi all,

Can anyone recommend a reliable and safe transport from Conrad SIN to Legoland and back? With minimal delays etc.

Will be a family of 3. Me , wife and a 8 year old daughter. Will be a day trip and be going back to Conrad after Legoland.

Anyone with experience with any of the private cars etc would be great to hear from you

probably go around 28th dec or thereabouts.

How long to take to go via bus vs private car?

im ok with the coach if itís not too long of a delay etc

Thanks.
K.

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Old Dec 6, 18, 11:22 pm
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No personal experience, but if you want the same car to take you there, wait and bring you back, it is somewhere in the range of $300 or more.

Here are three links with bunch of options, read and pick up the one suits you
https://www.busonlineticket.com/book...nd-bus-tickets
https://www.sgmytaxi.com/how-to-go-t...m-singapore/#1
https://www.legoland.com.my/planning...w-to-get-here/
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Old Dec 7, 18, 12:23 am
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No personal experience, but if you want the same car to take you there, wait and bring you back, it is somewhere in the range of $300 or more.

Here are three links with bunch of options, read and pick up the one suits you
https://www.busonlineticket.com/book...nd-bus-tickets
https://www.sgmytaxi.com/how-to-go-t...m-singapore/#1
https://www.legoland.com.my/planning...w-to-get-here/
ok thanks. Tough decision with 3 pax.
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Old Dec 7, 18, 9:37 pm
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Also bear in mind that the real bottleneck is at Malaysia immigration. If you leave/return at bad times then you could be waiting at the border for a long time. For example, when Singaporeans return back to Singapore on Sunday evening.
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Thanks. All of this is putting me off going to LEGO land lol
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Old Dec 9, 18, 5:36 pm
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Thanks. All of this is putting me off going to LEGO land lol
I guess it has. However, I would say that people who have been have said that the kids love it.
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I guess it has. However, I would say that people who have been have said that the kids love it.
Thanks. I think if I go will either go on 27th Dec or 2nd Jan
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Thanks. I think if I go will either go on 27th Dec or 2nd Jan
Second Link has much less lines/delay than Woodlands crossing, especially on weekdays.

I'd say using bus from point-to-point should be a viable option on weekdays.
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Second Link has much less lines/delay than Woodlands crossing, especially on weekdays.

I'd say using bus from point-to-point should be a viable option on weekdays.
Thanks. Does legoland have any airconditioned areas ?
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Thanks. Does legoland have any airconditioned areas ?
mmm... restaurants?
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mmm... restaurants?
I will be in there often lol.
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I will be in there often lol.
This might be difficult to follow, especially considering that you are here for holiday/short trip, but one of the first and good advice I got before moving here was 'don't try to fight climate or expecting it will change while continuing living the way you lived before moving. Climate won't change. You will'.
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This might be difficult to follow, especially considering that you are here for holiday/short trip, but one of the first and good advice I got before moving here was 'don't try to fight climate or expecting it will change while continuing living the way you lived before moving. Climate won't change. You will'.
Makes sense Will just go with the flow. Can you still enjoy legoland if its raining?
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Can you still enjoy legoland if its raining?
Not knowing how much activities there involves outdoors - I can't tell.
But even if it rains, it should not last more than hour.
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Not knowing how much activities there involves outdoors - I can't tell.
But even if it rains, it should not last more than hour.
ok thanks
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