LEGO Piece of Peace - An awesome exhibition of over 40 famous UNESCO world heritage sites, reimagined in LEGO bricks, is making its first-ever ASEAN stop in Singapore.
Make your way over to Fort Canning Arts Centre before 3 September to fill your social media channels with the most impressive LEGO structures ever built.
Think the Egyptian Pyramids, Roman Colosseum, Sydney Opera House, the Taj Mahal and Great Wall of China from the LOVE EARTH and LOVE ASIA showcases, along with brand new ASEAN creations from the LOVE ASEAN segment, like the Malaysia’s Kinabalu Park, represented by the rare Slipper Orchid and the Singapore Botanic Gardens (main picture above), built by our very own Wong Jun Heng and Jeffrey Kong.
This is the exhibition for that special someone who’s even a tiny bit fascinated by LEGO bricks. Plus there’s the fact it may never return to our shores.
More than just exhibits
There’s a lot more to do at the exhibition then looking at bricks all day though. Like building your own LEGO structures - At Brick by Brick SG you can build your own LEGO creations, with the most creative models kept and displayed as part of a larger Singapore-inspired topographical map.
For the kids, the LEGO Kids Play Zone has lots to offer. Role-play as police officers and venture into the jungle with LEGO City sets, then play-out everyday scenes with LEGO Friends characters. Why didn’t they have these fun activities when we were kids?
Finally there’s the ongoing Lego #BuildAmazingSG contest, where the whole family can submit LEGO creations that represent Singapore. The exhibition has a few choice entries on display - we especially love the chilli crab creation (and it comes with a plier too). Click here for more info.
Collectors of the LEGO Singapore Limited Edition Food Culture Mini-Builds will be able to collect the final piece, nyonya kuehs, by spending S$40 minimum on LEGO Piece of Peace tickets and S$80 on LEGO products at the exhibition in a single receipt.