The UNESCO World Heritage Art Exhibition “Piece of Peace World Tour”, a world heritage exhibit built with LEGO Brick, is in town at the Singapore Fort Canning Arts Centre.
I love LEGO so I decided to go check out the exhibition and it certainly didn’t disappoint. It was a relatively small space but it’s super awesome all the same. Like the famous line from the LEGO Movie, “Everything is awesome!”
It’s fascinating to see the LEGO version of the various famous landmarks of the world. It’s even more interesting to see their attention to detail and read the factsheet that details the number of LEGO bricks used per display and the number of hours spent to build it.
This breakfast set created by Daryl Heng (24) is probably my most favourite display. The LEGO char siew paus did it for me. LOL.
They actually have some commemorative Singapore only LEGO set of nonya kuehs (which I forgot to take a picture of coz I was trying to figure out how to get my hands on one). Turns out that you’d need to spend at least S$80 of their regular LEGO products to be entitled to redeem a set of the commemorative Singapore LEGO set. Boo. I would have bought a set if it was available for sale to be honest. The LEGO nonya kuehs are too damn cute!!
Anyway, go check it out for yourselves. The “Piece of Peace: World Heritage Exhibit Built With Lego Brick” is on now at the Singapore Fort Canning Arts Centre until 3 September 2017. Opening hours on weekdays are 10.00 am – 9.00 pm and on weekends, opening hours are from 10.00 am – midnight.
Tickets are priced as follows:
- 17 years old and above: $17 (weekday) / $19 (weekend)
- 4 to 6 years old: $13 (weekday) / $15 (weekend)
- 60 years old and above: $13 (weekday) / $15 (weekend)
Take note that there is a 10% discount for all PAssion card holders and 15% discount for PAssion card holders who purchase at least 3 tickets. Click here to find out more and buy your tickets.