Last year heralds the 60th anniversary of LEGO bricks representing a prominent milestone. They have come so far to become an international iconic toy. They try their best to keep bringing happiness and breathtaking sets to old fans and new lovers alike. Let's take a look at the most popular and highly appreciated 2018 LEGO sets in Singapore.
Roller Coaster 10261
This model comes with 2 trains and an array of attractive selling points, including a ticket booth, snack cart, concession stand, height marker, and a station platform. The main feature is Roller Coaster allowing to experience the exciting ride as if the racing cars hurtle toward the land and the sky. This fantastic must-collect toy is tailored to the need for a rewarding building experience with a touch of self-challenge.
Ideas Ship in a Bottle 21313
LEGO Ideas Ship in a Bottle features a sophisticated ship with the captain’s quarters, cannons, sailing gadgets, and etc. It was created by a fan, who was inspired by a
Ideas Voltron 21311
One of the biggest buildable LEGO sets ever! It is a recreation from the original 1980s animated Voltron TV series combined with the idea of modern DreamWorks Voltron. How classic it is!
Harry Potter Hogwarts Castle 71043
LEGO makes magic come true! This highly appreciated Harry Potter set has the number of over 6,000 bricks and offers a challenging but enchanting building experience. You will have fun discovering towers, magical classrooms, mysterious creatures, Hagrid´s hut, just to name a few. You can observe students, professors and statues in this enigmatic building perfectly visualizing the Harry Potter scenario.
Downtown Diner 10260
This impressive set features configurable building parts assembled into a ground-level 1950s-style diner with large front windows. The building floors are furnished with different themes, including a dining bar, a gym, and a recording studio. The key visual of this building is pink Streamline Moderne styling with a large ‘DINER’ sign. This incredible assembly kit might be full of nostalgia for old LEGO fans.
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