Located in the heart of Resorts World Sentosa, the retail store has many attractions such as the first Mosaic Maker in Southeast Asia.
Southeast Asia’s largest LEGO certified store at Resorts World Sentosa opens to the public from Jun 25.
Opening 10am to 10pm daily, the new retail store spans over 3,165 sq ft, making it bigger than the outlet at Suntec City.
It’s located at the street level and you definitely won’t miss it because it sports a 17m tall frontage that resembles stacked giant LEGO blocks.
The new store at Sentosa features the first LEGO Mosaic Maker in Southeast Asia as well. For $179.90, you can take a photo in their photo booth and make your own mosaic portrait.
A highlight of the store is the nation’s largest two-storey diorama, Titan Creations, built by local adult LEGO fans. It offers a view of Sentosa, its monorails, the Singapore Cable Car and minifigures scattered all around the island enjoying the beach.
To make your day at the LEGO Certified Store more exciting, you can try spotting 30 pairs of hidden twin minifigures.
Other interesting features of the LCS include the largest mosaic wall in Singapore and a 1.4 metre tall 3D model featuring our local landmarks such as the Supertrees at Gardens by the Bay.
As with other LEGO certified stores, you can create your own LEGO set at the Pick a Brick wall or the Build a Minifigure station.
There’s a unique AR interactive kiosk, Digibox, that you can use to see how a LEGO set might look once built.
In celebration of its latest store, LEGO will launch a series of Sentosa Arcade sets exclusively at the Resort World Sentosa outlet. Collectibles such as bumper cars and arcade machines will be available for shoppers who spend more than $88 during each promotion period, while stocks last.
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