Check out Malaysia as a potential next holiday.
Built at a cost of US$243 million, this 30-hectare area massive 40-ride theme park has been made with
more than 50 million of the famed colorful little bricks dedicated to kids full of rides, shows and attractions.
The most impressive attraction is Miniland. Made with more than 30 million pieces of Lego, it features recreated Asian landmarks scaled at 1:20, from Cambodia's Angkor Wat to Thailand's Wat Arun.
Most of the rides are for the under-12 set, but there are a few attractions that the whole family will be on board with, like the 4D Lego Studios, Dino Island flume ride and Dragon Coaster.
Plans are on to open Asia's first Legoland Hotel in 2014, in an adjacent lot. Visitors can expect to find the little plastic cuboids everywhere in the 249 room hotel. Even the fries in the restaurant are shaped like them.