Yeah! We are happy to visit the Piece Of Peace World Tour by LEGO during their opening. Originated in Japan, Singapore is the first ASEAN country to host this exhibition at Singapore Fort Canning Arts Centre. Featuring a total of 43 UNESCO World Heritage Sites found around the world, these replicas are built using LEGO bricks to raise awareness of these important landmarks found on Earth.
The highlights of this exciting exhibition are LOVE EARTH, LOVE ASIA and LOVE ASEAN. The LOVE EARTH, LOVE ASIA showcases installations of 34 reconstructed World Heritage Sites from a total of 25 countries. This includes Japan’s Itsukushima Shinto Shrine, South Korea’s Hwaseong Fortress, Sydney’s Opera House and much more.
The spotlight for LOVE ASEAN are the 9 World Heritage Sites found in ASEAN countries. They are Cambodia’s Angkor, Singapore’s Botanic Gardens, Malaysia’s Kinabalu Park and much more historical replicas.
“Wow! Daddy, it’s so beautiful!” The Piece Of Peace World Tour made Kayden got excited because of the creative LEGO masterpieces. From tiny colourful cars to detailed architectures, these lifelike replicas will only be in Singapore once before it continues its tour around the world.
That’s not the end! There is a large-scale community area called Brick By Brick SG where the public can build their own LEGO creations. Each day, the most creative models will be kept and used to create a Singapore-inspired topographical map.
How about the LEGO Kids Play Zone? In two zones, this play area is modelled on some of the most popular LEGO City and FRIENDS sets.
In case you missed the Singapore Limited Edition Food Culture Mini-Builds, you can collect the LEGO Nonya Kuehs here! Here is a video of the five exclusive mini-builds by myself. Find out more at LEGO.build/amazingsg.
The UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Singapore will start from 27 July to 3 September 2017 at Fort Canning Arts Centre. Please visit https://www.facebook.com/PieceOfPeaceSG for more information. #PieceofPeaceSg #BuildAmazingSG #LEGOSG
Piece Of Peace World Tour Singapore 2017
Address: Fort Canning Arts Centre
Date: 27 July to 3 September 2017
Admission: Weekdays: $13 (Child/Senior) and $17 (Adult)
Weekends: $15 (Child/Senior) and $19 (Adult)
Mondays to Thursdays, Eve of Public Holidays: 10 am to 9 pm
Fridays to Sundays, Public Holidays: 10 am to midnight
(Last admission will be 60 minutes before closing)
How to get there
By MRT: Alight at Dhoby Ghaut Station
By Bus: 64, 123, 139 and 143 (5-minute walk from nearest bus stop)
By Complimentary Shuttle Bus: Plaza Singapura, Raffles City
Parking: Parking available at Fort Canning Park (Percival Road Car Park B) and Hotel Fort Canning