LEGO Food Culture Mini-Builds & UNESCO World Heritage Sites

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LEGO Singapore Limited Edition Food Culture Mini Builds

Singapore Limited Edition Food Culture Mini-Builds

Singapore Limited Edition Food Culture Mini-Builds

 

LEGO celebrates Singapore’s unique food culture with the LEGO Singapore Limited Edition Food Culture Mini-Builds. There are five exclusive mini-builds, including LEGO replicas of a food cart, national dishes including the Chili Crab, Nyonya Kuehs and traditional kaya toast breakfast set as well as Singapore’s unique hawker centre ‘chope’ practice. Collect all five and get a free exclusive Singapore Food Culture base.

Singapore Limited Edition Food Culture Mini-Builds Redemptions

Singapore Limited Edition Food Culture Mini-Builds Redemptions

Each mini-build is redeemable with a minimum purchase of S$80 of LEGO products in a single receipt.

 





 

#BuildAmazingSG Contest

Build Your Amazing Singapore

Build Your Amazing Singapore

Take a picture of your LEGO creation, upload it to Instagram with the hashtags #BuildAmazingSG and #LEGOSG, and share a short explanation of why the creation is special to you. There is no limit to the number of entries one can submit, and each entry has a chance to win the complete set of Singapore Limited Edition Food Culture Mini-Builds, and feature their winning creations at Plaza Singapura for the entire nation to admire and celebrate!

Entries open until 15th June.

Piece of Peace World Tour

Piece of Peace World Heritage Exhibit Built with Lego Brick

Piece of Peace World Heritage Exhibit Built with Lego Brick

The Piece of Peace World Tour is headed to Fort Canning Arts Centre in Singapore from 27 July to 3 September 2017 featuring a UNESCO World Heritage art exhibition built with Lego bricks. Singapore will be the first ASEAN country to host the exhibition to commemorate ASEAN’s 50th anniversary this year.

Love Earth, Love Asia will showcase 34 reconstructed World Heritage Sites from 25 countries including Mexico’s Historic Town of Guanajato and Adjacent Mines; Greece’s Acropolis of Athens; Australia’s Sydney Opera House; Japan’s Itsukushima Shinto Shrine; South Korea’s Hwaseong Fortress and many others.

Love ASEAN will feature nine World Heritage Sites found in ASEAN countries.

The ticketed exhibition is priced at S$13 on weekdays for those four to 16 or above 60 years of age and S$15 on weekends. Admission fees on weekdays for those between 17 years and 59 years are S$17 and S$19 for weekends. Book your tickets at apactix.com

The Singapore edition of the world tour is a part of the LEGO Build Amazing campaign: a year-long commitment to inspire kids to think creatively and unleash their future potential for success. Interactive by nature, the project allows visitors to add their own pieces of work to create something entirely new. The large-scale community art project will feature the most creative models created by the public. The LEGO Kids Play Zone is themed Cities of Wonders and modelled on some of the most popular LEGO CITY and FRIENDS sets.
Singapore Limited Edition Food Culture Mini-Builds - nyonya kuehs, and traditional kaya toast breakfast set

Nyonya kuehs (back), and traditional kaya toast breakfast set (front)

Spend a minimum of S$40 on tickets and S$80 on LEGO products in a single receipt and you get to reserve the Nyonya Kueh which is the final piece of the set of five LEGO Singapore Limited Edition Food Culture Mini-Builds.

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