Watch this time-lapse video produced by Yahoo SG on the building of this iconic playground!
LEGO® Rebuild Your Memories Winning Entries
The #LEGORebuildSG campaign helps us cherish and look back at the many wonderful memories we grew up with in Singapore. LEGO Singapore is pleased that the LEGO Rebuild Your Memories Competition as well as the LEGO SG50 Limited Edition Singapore Icons Mini Builds evoke some fondest memories and give public a piece of Singapore to play with.
LEGO®Build and Take
The LEGO SG50 Limited Edition Singapore Icons Mini Builds have been fully redeemed but kids (age 5-12 years) can still build their own SG memory (or any creations they fancy) with the bricks available on site and bring it home! Simply spend at least S$30 on any LEGO toy(s) in a single receipt at Raffles City, Atrium, Level 3 from now till 30 July 2015.
These Lego buffs with the ‘guru’ LEGO Certified Professional Mr. Nicholas Foo.
For more information on #LEGORebuildSG campaign, log on to www.facebook.com/LEGOSingapore or join the conversations on social media via #LEGORebuildSG.
LEGO has also commissioned a special commemorative set entitled ‘Building my SG’ LEGO set which was distributed free to every student and staff with the Ministry of Education, Singapore. The set comprises 3 iconic Singapore landmarks: Changi Airport, Gardens by the Bay and the oldest bridge in Singapore, The Cavenagh Bridge. These structures each have three age-appropriate levels for every LEGO builder, from beginner to expert. Here are Level 3 samples built by Daddy and Dana:
Changi Airport – Singapore is a world-class transport hub.
Gardens by the Bay – With careful planning Singapore has been transformed into a ‘City in a Garden’ with world-class recreational spaces.
Cavenagh Bridge, Oldest bridge in Singapore – Remembering our colonial past.
More than just a child’s toy, LEGO is not merely about connecting the bricks but more importantly it connects generations and builds memories. So whether it is visiting the LEGO Rebuild your Memories exhibition at Raffles City or building your own SG50 commemorative set, do take time to connect with your kids, talk about the heritage and shared values that has made us come so far as a tiny red dot.