The miniature is the centerpiece of Lego’s new store in Johor.
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A duo of Malaysian Adult Fans of Lego or AFOLs constructed a unique replica of the historic Bangunan Sultan Ibrahim in Johor, entirely out of Lego bricks.
The diorama sits as the centrepiece of Lego’s first official-certified store at the Mid Valley Southkey mall that just opened there.
The entire build took AFOLs Bruce Lee Chiau Han and Michael Choy Kum Weng from the Synergy LEGO User Group – a group of grown-up Lego enthusiasts who design and construct custom “my own creation” or MOC miniature set pieces out of lego – six weeks to build out of 15,000 Lego bricks.
Bruce Lee shared on Facebook that it took two weeks alone just to study the design elements of the building before the project even got
off the ground out of the toybox.
First Lego Certified Store in the South of Malaysia
Besides catching the colourful locally-themed miniature, visitors of Lego’s new Johor store are set for a brick-tacular treat with loads of other in-store activities where kids and AFOLs alike can take a crack at creating their own Lego masterpieces.
And for those looking to continue constructing at home, in lieu of the store’s opening, Lego is giving away special offers and free gifts for its Johor outlet customers from 30 November till 6 December 2020. Check out their limited-time offers on Facebook.
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