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In the May 2019 edition, we are pleased to welcome a few exciting new arrivals and Gift-with-Purchase promotion for Star Wars Day!
1. LEGO Disney Minifigures Series 2
Available from May of 18 characters. $6.50 per blind bag or $390 for box of 60.
2. LEGO 80103 Dragon Boat Race set $84.90
Available from 1st May (online sales only), exclusive launch in Asia Pacific.
3. LEGO Star Wars 75244 Tantive IV $349.90
Available from 4th May onwards
4. FREE LEGO Duplo Create & Connect playbook with min. $50 spend on selected LEGO products.
Valid from 1st May till 30th June.
5. LEGO Storage Promotion
FREE LEGO Storage box with min. purchase of $60.
6. Star Wars Day Gift-with-Purchase
FREE Star Wars 40333 Battle of Hoth set with min. of $120 purchase of LEGO Star Wars products.
Valid from 3rd May to 31st May. While stocks last.
Exclusively for kids age 6-14, register your child’s interest via http://www.bricksworld.com/register for the session on 11 & 12th May.
LEGO Singapore has just announced the upcoming 80103 Dragon Boat Race set featuring 2 dragon boats and a staggering 15 minifigures from 1st May 2019 at LEGO Certified Stores
SINGAPORE, 26th April 2019 – LEGO® Singapore has announced the arrival of the much-anticipated LEGO Dragon Boat Race set to arrive on our shores! Available from 1st May 2019 onwards, the LEGO Dragon Boat Race set is expected to be a splash with fans of the sport and LEGO enthusiasts alike.
As with the two Lunar New Year (LNY) themed sets that were released earlier this year, the LEGO Dragon Boat Race set is part of the new wave of Asian themed LEGO sets. Priced at SGD84.90, the LEGO Dragon Boat Race set is expected to fly off the shelves, similarly to the LEGO LNY sets which were sold out both online and in-store shortly after their release.
The Dragon Boat Festival, popularly known as theDuanwu Festival, is a cultural festival originating in China and occurring close to the summer solstice, around the end of May to mid-June. It commemorates the life and death of the famous Chinese scholar Qu Yuan (Chu Yuan).
It is unofficially observed by the Chinese communities of Southeast Asia, including Malaysia and Singapore. Two of the most widespread activities conducted during the festival are preparing and eating zongzi(traditional bamboo leaf-wrapped sticky rice dumplings) and racing dragon boats.
A dragon boat is a paddle boat that is traditionally made of teak wood to various designs and sizes. They usually have brightly decorated designs, with the front end shaped like open-mouthed dragons and the back end with a scaly tail. A sacred ceremony is performed before any competition in order to “bring the boat to life” by painting the eyes.
As with the LEGO LNY sets, the LEGO Dragon Boat Race Set is part of the Spring Festival series, as can be seen by the gold medallion featured on the upper right corner of the packaging.
The latest in the series will allow fans to recreate all the color and thrills of a Dragon Boat Festival and features two impressive dragon boats (one green and one red). Each boat features a dragon head with an opening mouth and posable tail, three minifigure seats for the paddlers, space for the helmsman and drummer to stand, plus small wheels underneath for racing.
There is also a dock which features a food stall with different elements including a pot, rice bucket, six cooked zongzi, two uncooked zongzi and a food sign. The dock is attached to a viewing area for spectators and the judge’s stand with steps, decorative elements and a trophy!
The set comes with 15 minifigures which are made up of two dragon boat helmsmen, six paddlers, two drummers, two spectators, a judge, a young boy and a stall keeper. The helmsmen and paddler minifigures are brand new additions to the LEGO minifigure family.
“Our LEGO Spring Festival series is instrumental in commemorating the rich culture and celebrations of the region, and we are very excited to launch the first ever Dragon Boat Race set in Singapore,” said Cesar Ridruejo, General Manager of LEGO Singapore and Malaysia.
“LEGO is committed to producing sets that are targeted especially to fans in the region, as well as children who will get a unique play experience that is deeply fundamental in culture,” she added.
Happening from 19 – 21st April during the long Easter weekend, we take you on a photo tour at Singapore’s First Brick Convention happening in 2019 at Funan Showsuite (not to be confused with the New Funan which is yet to open).
The huge poster of the event greeted us upon arrival. Take note there is an entrance fee of SGD6.00 per adult and SGD4.00 for children 12 and below.
While you are making payment for the entry ticket, begin your visual tour into the collection of some live size 1980-90′ builds including the Ice Kachang machine, orange pay phone, mahjong table, kopi shop breakfast set and more.
The first floor of the Convention includes a couple of large scale water theme display, moc train display and more.
Castle Builds – last seen in 2018 over at Raffles City
Train lover area
More on the 1st floor
Bazaar area – To satisfy your retail therapy
Custom LEGO water colour portrait by Trivialities
Custom printing by Minifiglabs
This is one of the most fascinating section as many visitors stopped in between the steps to admire the XXL rollercoaster and rotating ferris wheel in action alongside with local and neighbour countries builder MOCs.
Able to recall the stretch of Tiong Bahru conserved flats here?
And finally after ascending the massive stairway we are now up on the 2nd level with some lovely architecture, Star Wars, Mecha and various theme moc builds.
Miniature vehicle builds by Gerald Cacas
Replica of SkyTerrace @Dawson estate (SCDA architect) by Matthew Fam
Replica or iconic corner shophouse at the junction of Keong Saik and Teck Lim Road now the home of Potato Head restaurant (former 东亚 eating house) by Andy Goh.
A miniature CBD LEGO plan by Gavin Foo
Heartlands by Kenneth Chen
An unusual section with Minfigures artpiece, anime and overwatch theme builds and more.
Spaceman by Evan Chang
Train to Busan by Evan Chang & Wong Chee Keen
Skemish at Junkertown! by Jem Tan and Ivan Ho
Military builds by our local Eric Ong (for all the Boys to Men fans)
Last but not least Gundam by Eugene Tan
Apart from the stairway display, there is another cluster of Star Wars builds over at 2nd floor
Invasion of the BB-8s by Handoko Setyawan
Brick Mecha Division by Freddy Tan, Kelvin Low and Benjamin Cheh
Last but not least the replica of the upcoming FUNAN opening soon in June 2019 – commissioned by Capital land and build by Eugene Tan and Xylvie Wong.
It’s been 12 years since the very First LEGO modular building (Cafe Corner) was brought to us in 2007, we have seen fire brigade, apartment, garage, cafe, emporium but never a train station set that many were looking forward to.
Thanks to the builder here we have it in the form of this “145 Boulevard Station” featuring elevated train track with enough details such as News stand to wow you over.
There’s even space for 6 lovable minifigures but we were left wondering…
Just when the train will be arriving?
LEGO return with a vengeance this April with a month long new releases and promotions awaiting us!
Featuring LEGO Ideas 21309 & 21312
The highly talked about Minifigure Ceramic Mug is now available at $24.90
From 5th April
Get your FREE Chicken Skater Pod with minimum spend of $70 on any LEGO products exclusively at LEGO Certified Stores valid from 5th to 22nd April. While stocks last.
Register your child (Age 6-14) interest for the build-and-take-home event on 13 & 14 April.
Get your FREE LEGO 40334 Avengers Tower polybag with minimum purchase of $120 from 19 April – 31 May while stocks last.
Full store calendar:
1 NEW ARRIVALs
We begin March with the upcoming LEGO Creator Expert 10265 Ford Mustang set available from 1st March at RRP: $229.90
Also available is the LEGO IDEAS 21316 The Flintstones set at $99.90 also on 1st March.
2. March Gift-with-Purchase
Pick up this lovely LEGO Popcorn cart polybag FREE with minimum $60 spending at LEGO Certified Stores. Certain exclusion apply.
3. Monthly Mini Build for kids age 6-14
Sign up for your little ones here.
More via Bricks World LEGO Certified Stores
February is an exciting month as we welcome 71023 The LEGO MOVIE 2 Minifigures Series (1st Feb), Chinese New Year (5th Feb), The LEGO Movie 2 premiere (7th Feb), 70840 Welcome To Apocalypseburg(9th Feb) and Valentine’s Day (14th Feb).
FREE LEGO Mini-Master Building Emmet Polybag with minimum S$60 purchase on LEGO products.
Be there at the LEGO Movie 2 Roadshow at Vivo City Atrium from 8th – 24th February to redeem exclusive GWP!
Purchase the 70840 from 9th February at the roadshow to redeem the Emmet Mosaic FREE!
Look out for some out-of-production sets available for a limited time, while stocks last!
Via LEGO Certified Stores Feburary Calendar
(Courtesy of Bricks World LEGO Certified Stores)
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RESEARCH REVEALS SINGAPOREAN CHILDREN NEED TO FOCUS ON DIFFERENT SKILLS TO BE SUCCESSFUL IN THE CAREERS OF THE FUTURE
Singapore, 24th January 2019 – LEGO Singapore has launched new research which reveals that a regime of school and extracurricular work is resulting in a lack of time and opportunity for children to explore their more imaginative playful sides and develop essential skills for the future. In response, LEGO Singapore has launched its largest ever 17-day action packed event at VivoCity to celebrate the LEGO Movie 2 and invite parents and children to try new activities and unlock their imagination and enable creative development.
Today’s children can expect to have very different career paths from their parents and a less traditional life, with 85% of future jobs having not exist today. In new research conducted by LEGO Singapore, over half (55%) of 400 parents polled said there isn’t enough time built into the school day for children to explore their creative side. Homework (62%), tuition (45%) and extracurricular activities (30%) were ranked the top activities that took up this play time.
Despite top careers children aspire to are, film/video maker (30%), artists (29%), astronauts (19%), Traveler (18%) etc. require very different set of skills to the traditional roles, parents believe there is little opportunity for children to explore this side of them despite 98% believing it is vital for kids to play imaginatively to be more prepared for the future.
To encourage imaginative play and develop creativity, LEGO Singapore is inviting parents and children to attend its largest 17-day event at VivoCity which will bring to life the worlds and characters in LEGO Movie 2 and encourage children to experiment with a range of new activities and skills. This includes story-telling, dance activities, movie-making activities and building sessions with LEGO Certified professional, Nicholas Foo.
While 98% of parents say that it is vital for kids to be creative and play imaginatively so they become well-rounded for the future, they are concerned that there isn’t enough time in the day for them to indulge this part of growing up.
“This research shows the lack of time and opportunities for imaginative play, despite parents believing that this is critical for a child’s development and future success.” says Kiran Chadaram from LEGO Singapore, who commissioned the survey.
“At LEGO we understand how important education and academia are, and we are also aware of how important it is to develop imagination and creative skills for children’s development and for the child’s future. Hence we have created the largest LEGO event ever in Singapore that provides ample opportunity for unstructured, truly creative play for children to explore new passions and create amazing things together. From LEGO graffiti walls for the future artists, interactive games at the Systar System for the aspiring astronauts, to a LEGO Movie Maker activity for the film makers of tomorrow – there is something for everyone.”
Exploring children’s imagination through different universes at The LEGO Movie 2 Event
In light of these findings, and in celebration of the release of the new LEGO Movie 2, LEGO Singapore is inviting parents and children to the LEGO Movie 2 Event to further explore their creative side with the different universes from the movie.
From 8th – 24th February 2019, LEGO Singapore will be hosting an exciting event at VivoCity, from 10am – 10pm. Kids will get to experience first-hand the different universes from The LEGO Movie including the DUPLO Planet, Systar System, Land of Apocalypseburg and Alien Jungle. There will be numerous opportunities for children to let loose and explore their creativity with activities like workshops, LEGO exhibits and interactive games for all.
Please refer to The LEGO Movie 2 event listing for more information.
Role-playing with The LEGO Movie 2 Welcome to Apocalypseburg!
In celebration of its movie premier, LEGO Singapore is launching The biggest LEGO Movie 2 set, 70840 Welcome to Apocalypseburg! – an epic 360 degree play experience that allows builders to create and recreate scenes from the movie and prepare for the alien invasion. This advanced building set has 3,178 pieces and presents an awesome challenge even for master builders. The set will be launched at the event on the 9th February 2019.
This set features a detailed representation of the movie’s iconic scenes such as the Statue of Liberty with a chill-out room in the head, café, Scribble Cop’s office with a chair-kicking function, armory, barber’s/tattoo parlor, Lucy’s hideout, Fuse’s workshop, rooftop diner, gym, spa, lookout platforms and loads more! This action-packed toy also comes with 12 brand new minifigures from The LEGO Movie 2 to role-play and reimagine favorite scenes from this blockbuster film.
On top of this exciting set, LEGO Singapore will also be offering shoppers an exclusive Gift with Purchase – The Emmet’s Lenticular Mosaic. This Gift with Purchase was specially created by LEGO Certified Professional, Nicholas Foo, and will be free for redemption only at The LEGO Movie 2 event with every purchase of the Welcome to Apocalyseburg set, while stocks last. There will also be another adorable heart-shaped Gift with Purchase with any purchase of SGD60 at the event.
For more information on The LEGO Movie 2 event, please visit:
THE LEGO MOVIE 2 70840 Welcome to Apocalypseburg! flagship set is now official!
Get ready for an epic scale adventure with the mammoth set with over 3000pcs targeting AFOLs (and Statue of Liberty fans?) as we gear up for The LEGO Movie 2 from 7th February in Singapore.
3178pcs, Age 16+
Retailing from 16th January
USD 299.99, £279.99
(Asia prices TBA)
More of the set:
Enjoy an epic 360-degree play experience—and prepare for an alien invasion—with THE LEGO MOVIE 2 70840 Welcome to Apocalypseburg! construction toy. An advanced building set, it has over 3,000 pieces and presents an awesome challenge even for master builders.
This THE LEGO MOVIE 2 set features a section of the Statue of Liberty with a chill-out room in the head, café, Scribble Cop’s office with a chair-kicking function, armory, barber’s/tattoo parlor, Lucy’s hideout, Fuse’s workshop, rooftop diner, gym, spa, lookout platforms and loads more! This action-packed toy also comes with 12 THE LEGO MOVIE 2 minifigures to role-play and reimagine your favorite scenes from the blockbuster film.
• This creative toy includes 12 new-for-January-2019 THE LEGO MOVIE 2 minifigures: Emmet, Lucy, Batman, Scribble Cop, Harley Quinn, Green Lantern, ’Where are my pants?’ Guy, Larry the Barista, Chainsaw Dave, Mo-Hawk, Roxxi and Fuse, plus a rat figure.
• This huge Apocalypseburg construction toy has removable modules for easy play and features a section of the Statue of Liberty, café, Scribble Cop’s office, armory, barber’s/tattoo parlor, Lucy’s hideout, Fuse’s workshop, rooftop diner, gym, spa and more!
• The Statue of Liberty section of this THE LEGO MOVIE 2 playset features a buildable torch, opening Lady Liberty head with a chill-out room including a buildable telescope, and 3 lookout platforms.
• The Coffee Unchained café features a service counter, cash register, buildable coffee machine with 2 coffee pumps, table and seat, and an outdoor table with a parasol and 2 seats.
• Scribble Cop’s office features an opening jail door and chair-kicking function.
• Armory features a mannequin, goggles, 3 minifigure helmet elements and 2 buildable weapons.
• Barber’s/tattoo parlor features a barber’s chair, buildable tattoo machine and hair-cutting tool elements.
• Lucy’s hideout features a buildable bed with a secret compartment containing various fun elements including a love letter from Batman. The room also features weapon storage and assorted elements including new-for-January-2019 barbed wire.
Set measures over 52cm high, 49cm wide and 33cm deep.
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