Asia's very first LEGO-themed park may be looking for a new owner soon.

According to Bloomberg, the owner of Legoland Malaysia Resort, Khazanah Nasional, is considering selling the property.

Every LEGO fan's dream.
The sovereign wealth fund reported weak financial results from last year which led to this deliberation after reviewing non-core assets.

Taking debt into account, the theme park located in Johor could be valued at around RM1bil.

The size of 50 football fields with roller coasters, a water park and, of course, over 15,000 LEGO models made from more than 60 million bricks!

Check out this Angkor Wat at the Miniland.
Some of our personal favourite LEGO models include notable Asian landmarks, such as Beijing's Forbidden City, Cambodia's Angkor Wat and India's Taj Mahal.

We would love to meet the Master Builder behind this.
However, Khazanah is not in talks with anyone yet at the moment. They could even decide to keep the theme park.

So if you have that kind of money in your piggy bank, you can send in your offer and possibly turn Legoland Malaysia into your own personal playground!

For LEGO fans only.