Acknowledging the difficult work they do, LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort is paying tribute to frontline workers with brick mosaics and free entry tickets.
LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort has paid tribute to doctors, nurses and other frontline workers who have been at the greatest risk while keeping society moving during the coronavirus pandemic. On Friday, the theme park held a special event to unveil a series of LEGO brick mosaics, Rojak Daily reports.
One mural portrays three health workers, while another shows delivery drivers. Cleaners, journalists and law enforcement officers are also presented as part of the mosaics, which use 150,000 pieces in total.
“Their contributions are integral in enabling Legoland Malaysia to resume our operations and providing Malaysians the ability to enjoy their vacations again,” said LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort Divisional Director CS Lim during the unveiling.
Frontline workers are being offered free park entry, with 3,000 tickets set to be made available. Special measures are currently in place to reduce the risk of coronavirus, including enhanced cleaning, limited capacity and mandatory face masks.