Legoland Malaysia's Attempt To Build World's Longest Lego Snake





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Published on Feb 8, 2013

The first LEGOLAND® Park in Asia is celebrating the "Year of the Snake" by attempting to set a new LEGO® building record. LEGOLAND Malaysia is planning to make the world's longest LEGO snake to mark its first Chinese New Year. The snake will be built over nine days and it is estimated to be more than 300 metres long, using approximately one million LEGO bricks.

On the final day of the record attempt the snake's tail will be connected and its official length will be measured and announced by Siegfried Boerst (General Manager of LEGOLAND Malaysia). Once it is finished, the world's longest LEGO snake will wind its way through "The Beginning" and "Miniland" areas of the 76 acre Park.

Video courtesy of LEGOLAND Malaysia.

For more information on LEGOLAND Malaysia's "Chinese New Year 2013" activities: http://bit.ly/11uduYu

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