With over 22,000 LEGO bricks, Nicholas Foo, a LEGO certified professional put together the amazing Singapore iconic Dragon Playground. It was done over 32 hours, painstakingly completed on 25 July 2015.
And Mr. Nicholas Foo adds the final touch after some 32 hours. Everyone was so excited and ready to see his ‘thumbs up’ sign.
It is finished!
The kids are always the blessed ones to have photos when everyone else can only yearn to be young again.
If you have not managed to see it or get a picture with this excellent creation, do drop by Raffles City Level 3 Atrium. It will only be on display till end of this month.
In addition to the launch of the extremely exclusive mini builds, LEGO has also launched LEGO SG50 Mega MiniFigures. With only 50 pieces available, these Mega MiniFigures are extremely coveted. Spend a minimum of S$100 on LEGO toys in a single receipt from 5-31 Aug 2015 at participating outlets*, and you stand a chance to receive a LEGO SG50 Mega MiniFigure.
LEGO SG50 Mega MiniFigure
- limited edition to commemorate SG50, and there are only 50 pieces available
- the ‘mega’ size, stands at 31cm tall
- back of the minifigures comes with a unique serial number and birthday message to celebrate SG50
- All LEGO Certified Stores in Singapore
- LEGO Mono Brand Stores
- Departmental Stores and selected toy stores
On display were also the creation of Singaporeans based on how they see and remember Singapore. This aims to bring to life the fond memories of Singaporeans by tapping into nostalgia.
Aquarium in the Mall
SBS Double-Decker Bus
Sir Stamford Raffles
Fire Cracker & Lion Dance
The Mama Shop
Childhood Barber Memories with Dad
Nostalgic Chinatown Street Scene
Bukit Timah KTM Railway Station
For the Star Wars fans, you won’t want to miss this!
Death Star Final Duel
Imperial Assault Carrier
We stayed back for a while and managed to catch a photo opportunity with the LEGO Land Police Officer.
Thanks LEGO Singapore for the chance to be part of this media invite.