Lego Exhibition : World Heritage Sites

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The other day, I visited this exhibition that showcases World Heritage Sites made with LEGO® Bricks.

At first, when my friend texted me that she was going (with another friend) to a Lego exhibition, I was very skeptical because honestly, Lego doesn’t sound very interesting to me. She also didn’t tell me the theme of the exhibition, so I assumed that they were just some pretty Lego models that won’t be worth me paying for entrance and travelling to Fort Canning Arts Centre (very far from my house).

I shrugged it off and intended to go for the Singapore Coffee Festival instead, which sounds way more interesting… at least I get to enjoy creative coffee beverages?? (Sidetrack: I thought this was going to last a week but I misread the event dates! So I missed the Singapore Coffee Festival 2017! I have to wait for next year’s. Sigh.)

BUT, she posted 10 pictures on Instagram. 1) She usually does not update her IG, so I thought, it must be quite intriguing; 2) When I saw those pictures, I knew I had to go and see for myself.

The very next day, I spent an hour finding my way to Fort Canning Arts Centre. On entering, I didn’t see huge crowds, which is a huge relief because I’d definitely hate to squeeze with rowdy kids and annoying tourists with their DSLR’s in a confined space. Instead, I saw very impressive and intricate models of the World’s Heritage Sites.

** All these pictures are unfiltered and unedited, and quite true to the real colours of these models. **

Works of Antoni Gaudi (Reproduction of the Basilica of the Sagrada Família)


Closer. Really don’t get how the creator even began to stack.


Palace of Westminster and Westminster Abbey including Saint Margaret’s Church


Historic Areas of Istanbul (Reproduction of the Sultan Ahmed Mosque)


Another view


Kremlin and Red Square (Reproduction of Saint Basil’s Cathedral)


Rapa Nui National Park (Reproduction of Moai)


Historic Centre of Rome, the Properties of the Holy See in that City Enjoying Extraterritorial Rights and San Paolo Four le Mura (Reproduction of the Colosseum)


Gusuku Sites and Related Properties of the Kingdom of Ryukyu (Reproduction of the Shuri Castle)


Memphis and Its Necropolis — the Pyramid Fields from Giza to Dahshur


Piazza del Duomo, Pisa


Took this because of the detailing made by spaces between Lego bricks, which is just amazing


Town of Luang Prabang


Taj Mahal


Sydney Opera House


These are just 16 out of almost 200 pics snapped at the exhibition. There are more pieces than this but the photos I took do not do the real works justice at all. I blame the lighting hahaha. My favourite 2 are the Leaning Tower of Pisa (Italy) and the Saint Basil’s Cathedral (Moscow / Russia)!

Great Week

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God gives you an answer in 3 ways: “Yes” and gives you what you want; “No” and gives you something better; or “Wait” and gives you the best.

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