Four LEGO® SG50 Limited Edition Singapore Icons Mini Builds will be available in July at selected locations. Represented in LEGO are The Cable Car, Ice Cream Bike, HDB Flat and Dragon Playground.
The Cable Car is redeemable at Toys’R’Us (VivoCity) from 6 to 31 July, the HDB Flat from Robinsons Raffles City from 6 to 20 July, the Ice Cream Bike from the LEO Certified Store at Resorts World Sentosa from 11 to 25 July and the Dragon Playground from Raffles City Shopping Centre, Atrium, Level 3 from 21 to 30 July.
These LEGO Mini Builds can be redeemed with a minimum spend of $50.00 on any LEGO products in a single receipt, whilst stocks last.
LEGO Dragon Playground
In addition, LEGO Certified Professional, Nichols Foo, will be constructing an eight-and-a-half foot LEGO version of the Dragon Playground at Raffles City Shopping Centre from 21 to 30 July. Members of the public are invited to register and contribute to the building of this Singapore icon at the Atrium, Level 3.
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A LEGO Rebuild Your Memories Competition is also taking place from 5 to 26 June 2015. With Open (Adults) and Junior (6 to 12 years old) categories, LEGO fans can build their own versions of Singapore icons in LEGO and submit them online. Winning creations will go on display at Raffles City Shopping Mall from 10 to 30 July and winners will each receive LEGO sets as prizes.
“We are very excited to launch the #LEGORebuildSG campaign. Moving forward as we cherish and look back at the many wonderful memories we grew up with in Singapore, LEGO Singapore is pleased to launch the LEGO Rebuild Your Memories Competition as well as the four LEGO SG50 Limited Edition Singapore Icons Mini Builds, to evoke some fondest memories and give public a piece of Singapore to play with,” said Ms. Low Wei Li, Brand Manager at LEGO Singapore.
For more information, visit www.facebook.com/LEGOSingapore.