We’ve just entered October and many of us are already looking forward to Halloween.

Once again, Legoland Malaysia is celebrating their Halloween parties with vampires, monsters, and witches in conjunction with their Halloween Brick-or-Treat Party Night. And guess what? The theme park is inviting your children to the party for free!

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Set at Lego Kingdoms, the Halloween Brick-or-Treat Party Night promises a slew of spook-tacular activities after dark hours. Don’t worry, it’s a perfectly kid-friendly Halloween celebration. To spice things up, kids aged between 3-11 years old are encouraged to dress up in their Halloween costume to claim the free admission.

According to the official website, “you can explore the Brick-or-Treat Trail and be rewarded with goodies, join the Live Show: Monster Catcher Mayhem and games with the Ghosts Host & walking characters, Meet and Greet with the friendly Lego Monsters (Lego Lord Vampyre, Frankeinstein & the Green Witch), Lego Building Activities, tons of photo opportunities at Giant Lord Vampyre and Brick-Or-Treat Trail huts”.

There’s also the “Spooky Monster Parade that marks the start of every Brick-or-Treat celebration” and “a frightful tour of Miniland at sunset where you will enjoy Lego Fun Facts and spine-tingling story telling sessions”. In addition, you and your family can also explore Lego Star Wars Miniland model display at Lego Technic.

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The details to Legoland Malaysia’s Halloween Brick-or-Treat Party Night are as follows:

  • Location: Lego Kingdoms, Legoland Malaysia Resort’s Theme Park
  • Activities: Brick or Treat Trail
  • Time: 4pm – 8.30pm
  • Dates: Fridays & Saturdays on October (1st, 7th-8th, 14th-15th, 21st-22nd, 28th-29th)
  • Price: RM85 per entry

Free admission is only applicable to children age 3-11 years old and is only valid during the Halloween event dates mentioned above. You are required to claim your complimentary pass for your kid at the ticketing counter.

For more information, head on over to Legoland Malaysia’s website or check out their Facebook page.