Lego shopping in Singapore

Updated on 1 Dec 2010: Added Gifts Greeting at Nex.  (Thanks to Shaun!)  Also added Secret Chamber @ Parkway Parade & Gifts Greeting at Great World City.

Updated on 6 Nov 2010: Added Brick Station & Bricks Empire info.

Updated on 26 Sep 2010: Added info on Toystation’s Facebook & Twitter, Toyshunt new outlet at Novena Square, BHG, NTUC Fairprice, Carrefour, Attic Pals & Kidz Story, and various transport info.  Many thanks again to Wongkw & Shaun for your helpful updates.

Updated on 9 Aug 2010: Added links to posts with store pictures of ToyStation & Toyshunt, and info on Lego at John Little department store.

Updated on 24 May 2010: Added info on where to buy custom Lego weapons for your minifigs.

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These are some shops I know of in Singapore.   During non-sales period, I prefer Toy Station, for the simple reason that they give regular discount of at least 15% over the standard price and also carry various lifestyle products.

During sales, discounts usually go up to 20%.  At department stores (such as Metro, Takashimaya & Tangs), you may get additional rebates if you have their member/credit/store cards).

Store member privileges are also mentioned below, to the best of my knowledge.

Enjoy shopping!

Update 29 Apr 2010: Please bear with the lousy formatting while I try to figure out the template. Some colours added to store names.

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For the benefit of visitors to Singapore, some transportation information is also listed, though taking taxi is probably the easiest and fastest way.  I usually drive, so I do not know how to use public transportation for the rest.   

Lego is generally not cheap in Singapore, not compared to USA and especially not for limited or exclusive sets.   However compared to nearby countries like Malaysia and Indonesia, the prices here are much cheaper (based on my personal shopping experiences in those countries).   

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Toy Station / Brick Station

Click here for post on Toy Station visit: Link

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/people/Brick-Station/100001352366164

Twitter: http://twitter.com/bricksstation

Comment: Highly recommended if you want to shop during non-sale period.  Toy Station (TS) carries all retail sets and most (perhaps not all) exclusives.  Also brings in selected lifestyle products.  Limited selection of minifigs, and parts (lamp posts, trees & base plates) available at counter.  May also be able to find some older/discontinued sets (usually at much more reasonable prices than other stores). Call to check availability before you go down.
10 Jalan Serene, #02-09/10/11 
Serene Centre
Singapore 258748
Tel : 6468 3054

Mon-Sat: 1030a.m. to 7p.m. / Sun: 11a.m. to 4p.m. (Closes an hour earlier during fasting month)

Getting there: By taxi?

Membership: No need to be member to enjoy regular discount of at least 15% off retail price.

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Simply Toys

http://www.simplytoys.org/

Comment: Simply Toys (ST) carries all retail sets and most (perhaps not all) exclusives.  There are 4 outlets in total.  Also brings in selected lifestyle products available in Singapore and imports Lego related books. May also be able to find some older/discontinued sets (more so at Raffles Exchange and Suntec outlets) – call to check availability before you go down.  Three outlets (Raffles Exchange, Suntec & Plaza Singapura) have loose bricks (pick-a-brick).

Plaza Singapura has two stores selling Lego – Bricksworld on level 3 and Simply Toys on level 7, and is the only shopping centre where you can visit 2 different stores in the same shopping centre.  

a. ST Raffles Exchange (flagship)
#B1-01/04/05, 5 Raffles Place, Raffles Place MRT Station Exit H
Tel: 64382238 / 64388384

Monday to Friday – 11am to 8pm / Saturday – 11am to 6pm / Sunday and Public Holidays – Closed
Getting there: Nearest MRT Station – Raffles Place MRT Station Exit H (located in the underground mall of Raffles Place MRT Station)

Comment: Has widest selection of older/discontinued sets compared to the other ST stores.

b. ST Suntec
Suntec City Mall #03-53/61, 3 Temasek Boulevard
Tel: 62354458 / 62354934

Monday to Thursday & Public Holidays – 12pm to 9.30pm / Friday & Saturday – 12pm to 10pm / Sunday – 12pm to 9pm

Getting there: http://www.suntecreit.com/sunteccitymall/gettinghere.htm

c. ST Plaza Singapura

Plaza Singapura #07-10

Tel:+65 68844401/68844402

Monday to Sunday – 12 noon to 10 pm

Getting there: Nearest MRT Station – NS24/NE6 Dhoby Ghaut Exit D

Comment: ST Plaza Singapura has better selection of loose bricks (pick-a-brick) compared to Suntec/Raffles Exchange outlets.

d. ST Vivocity

Vivocity #02-119 Tel:+65 62767626

Getting there: Nearest MRT Station – Harbourfront Station

Comment: Vivocity outlet has no loose bricks and very limited sets.

 

ST Membership: 10% off regular priced items for normal members & 15% for elite members.  Not for life – you have to spend at least $300/year to renew but once you are an elite member it’s for life. You can be a member by accumulating S$300 sales receipts (no time limit).  Should one purchase S$300 in one single receipt, member’s prices apply to that transaction too.

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Bricksworld

http://www.bricksworld.com

Comment: Bricksworld (BW) sells Lego exclusively and so carries all retail sets and exclusives, and most of the lifestyle products available in Singapore. There are 2 outlets in Singapore.  Limited selection of piece parts and minifigs available at counter.

Plaza Singapura has two stores selling Lego – Bricksworld on level 3 and Simply Toys on level 7, and is the only shopping centre where you can visit 2 different stores in the same shopping centre.  

a. BW Ngee Ann City (flagship)
391, Orchard Road, #05-15A,
Ngee Ann City Podium Block
Singapore 238872

Tel/Fax: +65 6734 5512

Monday-Sunday: 10:30am – 9:30pm

Getting there: Nearest MRT Station – NS22 Orchard Exit D (Ngee Ann City is where Takashimaya is located)

b. BW Plaza Singapura
Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road, #03-16,
Singapore 298839

Tel/Fax: +65 6238 8252

Monday-Sunday: 10:30am – 9:30pm

Getting there: Nearest MRT Station – NS24/NE6 Dhoby Ghaut Exit D

Membership: 10% off regular priced items.  Eligible to purchase selected items at special bi-monthly member price.  Not for life – you have to spend at least $200/year to renew. You can be a member by:

  • Paying a subscription fee of S$30.00 (worthwhile if you will be purchasing items worth over $300), or
  • Cumulative minimum of S$300 sales receipts or invoices for period within 12 months.

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Secret Chamber

Comment: Secret Chamber (SC) sells Lego exclusively and so carries all retail sets and exclusives, and most of the lifestyle products available in Singapore. There are 2 outlets in Singapore. Some selection of piece parts and minifigs available at counter.  Likely to be able to find some older/discontinued sets (different selections at each outlet) – call to check availability (and prices! – can be eye-popping!) before you go down.  

Able to buy custom weapons for your minifigs too.

a. Thomson (flagship)
301 Up Thomson Rd
#01-18 Thomson Plaza
Singapore 574408
Tel : 6552 4338

Getting there: Nearest MRT is Bishan and then transfer there by taxi?

Alternative to taxi 1 (thanks to wongkw): Transfer to bus 410 at the Bishan inter-change, after alighting from MRT. The same bus service also takes one back to Bishan inter-change/MRT as it is a loop service.

Alternative to taxi 2: (from this blog)

Route 1: Thomson Plaza → Venus Drive Carpark → Tagore Lane
Operating Hours: Weekdays (1130-1430)
Frequency: 40 min

Route 2: Thomson Plaza → Jalan Pemimpin → Pemimpin Drive → Shunfu Rd
Operating Hours: Weekdays (1130-1430)
Frequency: 40 min

Route 3: Thomson Plaza → Venus Drive Carpark → Ang Mo Kio Ave 2 → Ang Mo Kio Ave 4 → Ang Mo Kio Ave 6 → Shunfu Rd
Operating Hours: Weekends (1000-2000)
Frequency: 30 min

b. Holland Village

211 Holland Avenue

#03-47 Holland Road Shopping Centre

Singapore 278967

Tel: 6467 2851



Getting there: Taxi?

Membership: 10% off regular priced items for life, box sets only (not for lifestyle products). You can be a member by accumulating $250 in sales receipts.

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c. Parkway Parade

Parkway Parade #B1-22
Tel : 6344 5514
Getting there: Taxi?

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Toyshunt

http://www.toyshunt.com.sg

Click here for post on Toyshunt visit: Link

Comment: Toyshunt (TH) sells Lego exclusively and so carries all retail sets and exclusives, and most of the lifestyle products available in Singapore. Quite a wide selection of piece parts and minifigs (probably most minifigs in Singapore) available at counter.  

Able to buy custom weapons for your minifigs too.

a. Great World City

1 Kim Seng Promenade
#03-26 Great World City
Singapore 237994
Tel : 6333 6936

Getting there: Nearest MRT is Orchard and then transfer to Great World City by taxi?  http://www.allgreen.com.sg/project_details.cfm?project_uin=34

b. Novena Square

238 Thomson Road
#02-23 Novena Square
Singapore 307683
Tel : 62588726

Getting there: Novena Square is just above Novena MRT Station.  Located at L2 near MPH, opposite side from the Adidas Factory Outlet.  

Membership: 10% off regular priced items.  Eligible to purchase already discounted items at slightly preferential member price.  Not for life – you have to spend at least $150/year to renew. You can be a member by:

  • Paying a subscription fee of S$30.00 (worthwhile if you will be purchasing items worth over $300), or
  • Cumulative minimum of S$300 sales receipts or invoices for period within 12 months.

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Toy Plaza

http://www.toyplaza.blogspot.com/

Comment: Toy Plaza (TP) carries all retail sets and gives regular discounts (10-15%).  Also brings in selected lifestyle products. May also be able to find some older/discontinued sets (but always at eye-popping prices).  Call to check availability before you go down. Range is not as wide as Toy Station.  Owner/sales staff not at all friendly.  Coronation Plaza is actually located near Serene Centre (walkable 5-10 min?)
587 Bukit Timah Road
#02-11 Coronation Shopping Plaza
Singapore 269707
Tel : 6468 3045

Mon – Sat (10am to 7pm)

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Bricks Empire

Comment: Bricks Empire (BE) sells Lego exclusively and so carries all retail sets and exclusives, and most of the lifestyle products available in Singapore.

Bishan Junction 8
9 Bishan Place #02-49 
#02-49 Bishan Junction 8 Shopping Centre
Singapore 579837
Tel : 6258 3221 

Getting there: Conveniently located @ Bishan MRT 

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Toys ‘R’ Us

http://www.toysrus.com.sg/

Comment: TRU carries all retail sets and TRU exclusives (no lifestyle products).  There are 6 outlets scattered all over Singapore. Every 2 months or so there will be selected sets on special offer. Sometimes for members only.
United Square
#02-10/15, 101 Thomson Rd
Tel: 6352 9320

Forum The Shopping Mall
#03-03/25, 583 Orchard Road
Tel: 6235 4322

Paragon
#06-17/18, 290 Orchard Road
Tel: 6836 4865

Tampines Mall
#03-17A, 4 Tampines Central 5
Tel: 6787 0662

Suntec City Mall
Tropics #03-005, 3 Temasek Boulevard
Tel: 6336 3908

VivoCity
#02-183, 1 Harbourfront Walk
Tel: 6273 0986

Membership: Activate Star Card member with S$50 spending. Accumulate 1 point for every $1 spent. 250 points = $10 voucher every 6 months. The Star Card can be used at all Toys”R”Us main Stores in Mainland China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Malaysia and Thailand to earn Star Points (and vice versa for members from those countries).

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Department Stores

Department stores usually carry only retail range, but is great during sales and their ad-hoc special offers.  

Metro (4 stores)

http://www.metro.com.sg/storefront/ContentDetail/Location.asp?ContentId=11

Comments: Paragon outlet has widest range of sets. A few lifestyle products (magnets and keychains) available. Annual anniversary sale in April gives 20% off retail price. Sales at other times requires membership (either in-store or credit card, refer to website for details on how to join).

 

Takashimaya

www.takashimaya-sin.com

Comments: Sales usually requires membership (either in-store or credit card, refer to website for details on how to join).

 

Tangs

http://www.tangs.com.sg

Comments: Sales usually requires membership (either in-store or credit card, refer to website for details on how to join).

 

Robinsons (2 stores)

http://www.robinsons.com.sg/

Comments: Seldom have sales for Lego. Sales usually requires membership (either in-store or credit card, refer to website for details on how to join).

 

Isetan (4 stores, but no toys at Wisma Atria branch)

www.isetan.com.sg

Comments: Seldom have sales for Lego. Sales usually requires membership (either in-store or credit card, refer to website for details on how to join).

 

OG

http://www.og.com.sg/

Comments: Seldom have sales for Lego. Sales usually requires membership (either in-store or credit card, refer to website for details on how to join).

 

John Little 

http://www.johnlittle.com.sg/

Comments: Marina Square outlet carries Lego sets and lifestyle products like watches and lights. Seldom have sales for Lego. Sales usually requires membership (either in-store or credit card, refer to website for details on how to join).

[Thanks to Shaun for the info!]

 

BHG  

http://www.bhgsingapore.com.sg

Comments: BHG (Bishan and Bugis outlets) do have LEGO, but no sales, not even member discount.

[Thanks to Wongkw for the info!]

 

Carrefour

http://www.carrefour.com.sg/

Comments: Only at Suntec outlet. Occasional battered box clearances (guerilla style, no advertising).

[Thanks to Shaun for the info!]

NTUC Fairprice (Xtra?)

http://www.fairprice.com.sg/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/StoreLocatorView?langId=-1&storeId=90001&catalogId=10051&Corporate=Y

Comments: Changi Airport T3, Hougang Point and AMK Hub carries them. T3 carries the most among these three outlets.

[Thanks to Shaun for the info!]

 

Other Toy Stores that sell Lego

Kidz Story 

#01-91 Millenia Walk
9 Raffles Boulevard Singapore 039596

Tel : 6338 5514

Getting there: Promenade Station, Circle Line

[Thanks to Shaun for the info!]

Gifts Greetings (2 stores)

1. Great World City

#02-37 Kim Seng Promenade
Singapore 237994

Tel: 6887 5069

2. Nex
23 Serangoon Central, Singapore 556083
http://www.nex.com.sg

Tel: ?

Getting there: Serangoon MRT and Bus Interchange

Attic Pals

Comment: -

#02-21A Tanglin Mall

163 Tanglin Road

Singapore 247933
Tel : 67325051

Getting there: By taxi?

[Thanks to Wongkw for the info!]


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  6. Shaun says:

    Great info! Just want to add that I saw John Little @ Marina Square selling Lego too although the selection is pretty small and I don’t remember seeing any discounts even though its during the GSS sale. They do have those Lego watches over there.

    • yien says:

      thank you!! ive been searching for the lego watch pretty long and wanted to get it online. if there are starwars ones over there ill head down :D

      • Anonymous says:

        I can’t really rem if there are starwars ones over there but if you cannot get it, I also saw quite a number at Secret Chambers (Thomson Plaza).

  7. yien says:

    thank you i just called them up they have it :D

  8. amodularlife says:

    Thanks everyone for the kind comments. I’ve just updated the info and will continue to visit this post periodically in case of changes.

    If I missed anything, pls let me know as well (Thanks Shaun!). :)

    • wongkw says:

      To reach SC at Thomson Plaza, one can transfer to bus 410 at the Bishan inter-change, after alighting from MRT. The same bus service also takes one back to Bishan inter-change/MRT as it is a loop service.

    • Shaun says:

      You are welcome ^_^

      Not sure if you want to add Fairprice, Carrefour and Giant as well. The Fairprice outlet at Changi Airport T3 has a reasonable collection as compared to other supermarkets that I’ve been to. I usually visit the Lego section on my grocery trips to satisfy my Lego fix ^_^

      • amodularlife says:

        Oh do u have more info on fairprice n giant so I can add the info? Is Lego available at selected or all outlets? TIA!

      • Shaun says:

        I have never seen any discounts for Lego so far, except for Carrefour. I do not think Fairprice have Lego in all outlets, but I do know Changi Airport T3, Hougang Point and AMK Hub carries them. T3 carries the most among these three outlets. As for Giant, I thought I have seen it at Tampines, but it has been awhile and I need to verify again. ^_^

      • amodularlife says:

        Shaun: Let me know when you come across Lego in other outlets so I can update k? Need to check the address n so on so will KIV this to the weekend to update. =P

        KW: Thanks, will update the post this weekend.

    • wongkw says:

      More nuggets: BHG (Bishan and Bugis outlets) do have LEGO, but no sales, not even member discount.
      Another toy shop that sells LEGO (not exclusive) is Attic Pals (Tanglin Mall, 163 Tanglin Road, #02-21A S247933 Tel: 67325051) but no discount when I went in early July during the GSS.

  9. Shaun says:

    Saw another toy shop selling Lego (not exclusive). Kidz Story at Millenia Walk. http://www.milleniawalk.com/stores.php

  10. Joe says:

    Secret Chamber in Parkway? Great news for East ppl haha…

  11. Mal says:

    Just wondering, is there still a ToysHunt at Novena? .____. Cuz I looked up the Toyshunt website and they only displayed their Great Worls City store’s address. Couldnt find any mention of a store at Novena. It is the most convenient store for me but my schedule is kinda tight so I can’t afford to go there and check it out. Anyone knows?

  12. Mal says:

    Okie, thanks guys! =D New store hmm? Sounds cool. Is it as good as the Great World City outlet?

    On a side note, any of you guys purchased Lego magnets before?? o.0 I was slacking with my buddies after today’s Math exam (yea exams are over!!), and we happened to wander around and end up at Plaza Sing. So I visited BricksWorld there. And I bought this set of Star Wars Lego magnets… (cant resist, it includes a DARK TROOPER =O ) for 25 bucks. Yeah, and i just separated the Lego minifigs from the magnetic brick. So tada! I have a Episode VI Darth Vader, a Snow Trooper and a Dark Trooper. Just wonderin what to do with the magnetic bricks now -.- And I have a feeling I kinda wasted 25 bucks. Any thoughts?

    • Mal says:

      Or maybe it wasnt a Dark Trooper, just a plain old Stormtrooper dunked in black coffee. Or just painted black. =.= It doesnt have a jetpack, so I guess well… Meh, I thought it was a darrrrrk trooooperrr. D; I got scammed.

      • Jonathan Lum says:

        Mal, you were not scammed. That figure is the Shadow Trooper (Storm Trooper created by Dark Jedi). As for the magnets, you can used it for your fridge or anything magnets.

      • Mal says:

        Ha =p yeah I found out too, I just googled black stormtrooper. Wookiepedia is awesome for a ref site. +.+ Just thought that cuz i alr posted twice consecutively, its not very nice to post again. Spamming. I feel so ashamed I never heard of a Shadow Trooper before, and yet act like I’m some Star Wars mugger. Shadow Trooper aint too bad I figure. =o ‘cept the hemet seems to be loose.

        Oh, i thought of selling the magnetic bricks. They are, after all, really cool stuff. 3 is personally too much for me. And I think if i stick it onto the fridge, my dad will coming questioning where I got those and why I even paid for em. =.= Life.

        Thanks a bunch everyone. This is one cool Lego blog. =D Sorry if I sound noob, only started getting into the Lego craze. =X

      • amodularlife says:

        No prob Mal, enjoy the newfound and expensive hobby. Have a look at Brickset or get the Lego Star Wars Visual Dictionary if you are SW focused.

  13. Cyril says:

    Secret Chambers has a new store (#B1-22) at Parkway Parade Shopping Centre located at the basement level. From the Ajisen basement entrance, take a left turn and its a few stores down the path.

    A compact store but has quite a lot to offer. They are selling the Shuttle Discovery sets.

    And they are having 20% discount on regular items and 40% on selected items.

    Happy Buying…

  14. Cyril says:

    Sorry, the discount period is for :

    Friday 12 Nov 2010 till Sunday 14 Nov 2010 only. (missed out on my previous post).

  15. Mal says:

    Mmm, ToysHunt has started its sale. .____. I saw the prices of some sets like Cad Bane’s speeder get slashed down quite some (close to 30%if I dont remember wrong). I’m looking at the Lego Kingdoms Advent Calendar, is it a good buy? I think it’s about 40 bucks or so after the discout. Not sure.

    • amodularlife says:

      Advent calendars should be @$36.90? It’s pretty much the standard price everywhere else in SG. Buy it if you are a castle fan and would like to get hold of some minifigs.

      Same for the Cad Bane set you saw… apart from the member discounts on that I list on the sidebar on the right, the rest of the sets are probably sold at the same price in other stores.

      • wongkw says:

        The CIty Advent Calendar and Cad Bane sets are available at Robinsons, additional 5% rebate if using OCBC-Robinsons card, this could be the cheapest.

  16. Mal says:

    That’s good. =D I heard the Republic Attack Gunship set’s price got slashed down lots too. o.0 Close to a hundred bucks off was it? I like this sale :p

    Oh and yesh, I like the Kingdom and Castle sets a lot, most of my minifigs are from those two. And I think the advent calendar has 8 or 9 minifigs, including a queen and a blacksmith. ._____.
    Does Robinsons carry the Kingdoms Advent Calendar too? Or just the City one.

  17. Shaun says:

    Gifts Greetings at Nex is selling Lego ^_^ Only a small corner but rather comprehensive.

    Nex
    23 Serangoon Central, Singapore 556083

    http://www.nex.com.sg

    Transport: Serangoon MRT and Bus Interchange

  18. exile_31 says:

    Hi SG Lego Devotees!

    The time for my exploring the many (Lego) sites of your region draws ever closer! OK the family

    think we’re coming to celebrate New Year & my Birthday – which we are – and I intend to do that

    with a bit of serious LRT – Lego Retail Therapy!!

    Your excellent Shopping Guide is a really good start – thank you. To prepare further for this

    much awaited pleasure could you please help me out with some specific current info:

    Which would be the best store (balance of largest choice & best price?) to find:

    Latest (2011) Sets…

    Older Sets…

    Exclusives…

    Which Store currently has the largest Lego selection…

    Which is the ‘Best Value’ store…

    As we will still be in SG until Jan 10th – are ‘Sales’ a factor worth taking into consideration?

    Many thanks,

    Paul.

    PS. You didn’t find the Lime Green Mean Machine yet then? :-)

    • amodularlife says:

      @ Latest (2011) Sets… ==> TBC… fingers crossed on 1st week of Jan if u r lucky? Haven’t seen any yet!
      @ Older Sets… ==> Purely for looking, I’ll recommend Secret Chamber – there’s a reason why the older sets are not flying off the shelves…
      @ Exclusives… ==> Try Bricksworld / Toyshunt / Secret Chamber / Toystation – cant be more specific than that unless you wanna specify which sets in particular u wanna buy.
      @ Which Store currently has the largest Lego selection… ==> Erm… about the same I think…
      @ Which is the ‘Best Value’ store… ==> Toystation if there are no other sales. It’s the only one you don’t need to be a member to get discounts. Only thing to look out for are the exclusives… pricing can be iffy for those. May work out cheaper at BW/TH/SC.
      @ As we will still be in SG until Jan 10th – are ‘Sales’ a factor worth taking into consideration? ==> Not sure! I’ll do a quick summary by this week of the LEGO SG Xmas offers. If not you can refer to Bricksworld’s website that lists the promos.
      @ PS. You didn’t find the Lime Green Mean Machine yet then ==> Afraid not! Been to most of the stores over the past weeks and don’t see it. Good luck on ebay?

      • exile_31 says:

        Much appreciated – very kind of you to break it down for me! :-)

        Can’t wait….

        Paul.

        PS. I have subscribed to your Blog plus Posts I have commented on and requested ‘Notify of Follow-up comments’ etc without success.Nothing! Help!! What am I doing wrong??

      • amodularlife says:

        Thanks for subscribing. You have to click on a link that wordpress emailed to you to activate the subscription. :)

  19. Anonymous says:

    Did that the moment their mail arrived! …and have done it again to be sure! :-)

    BUT I also ‘ticked': Notify me of follow-up comments via email & Subscribe by email to this site –

    although I never received anything.

    Any advice….:?

  20. Will Tang says:

    Hey, Secret Chamber Holland SC branch having 20% sale till next week. I just bought $220 worth of loots today!

  21. Will Tang says:

    Also got the Prison Tower Rescue from Toys Station (@ Serene Centre) at S$82.50. 25% off. May be getting another to MOC a Dragon Knights Castle.
    For base-plates, the cheapest I found is at Toys Plaza (@ Coronation Plaza) S$9.90 for blue 32×32 and at Secret Chamber (@ Holland SC) S$10.30 for green 32×32.

  22. Will Tang says:

    For Simply Toys Citibank promotion (2nd piece at 30%/40% off, till end of Dec 2010), I find it too restrictive. Not easy to find 2 sets of matching value. So Secret Chamber’s promotion at Holland SC is the best in this holiday season.

    • amodularlife says:

      Thanks Will! Ok, I will get around to doing the summary… soon…

      • Will Tang says:

        Attic pals give a permanent 10% off regular priced items.
        Just realized Toys Station is the only store that offers discount for Advent Calendars and 10xxx sets. $35 for the kingdoms calendar. About 10% off for 10xxx sets. E.g. Imperial Flagship is $310, original price is $339.90.

  23. Batty says:

    Anyone knows if I can still find batman magnets or keychains in the stores?

  24. exile_31 says:

    I have to post a BIG thank you for all your generous assistance and efforts in securing the Nitro Menace for me. What a great start to my stay in your truly beautiful Singapore!

    Now I look forward to working through the very detailed list of Lego stores you so kindly supplied….Heaven!!

    [Make note to Self: Must purchase additional large suitcase!!] :-)

    Paul.

    • amodularlife says:

      Most welcome. Am guessing you walked around with a great big smile after getting the set (ahhh… shopping ‘high’). (^_^)

      Samsonite is having end-of-season sale btw. ;)

      Toystation probably having the best promo currently with the extra 7% off.

      • exile_31 says:

        …you know the feeling!!

        So Samsonite it is then…:-)

        If I come across anything worth a mention – I’ll post right away.

        ” I love the smell of Fresh Lego in the morning”!!

      • amodularlife says:

        I’ll be interested to know how the LEGO shopping experience in Singapore compares to the other countries/cities you’ve been to… perhaps a short summation/comparison after your holiday here if you don’t mind?

  25. Will Tang says:

    What 7% off is that? Card promo?

  26. exile_31 says:

    amodularlife says:
    Tue, December 28, 2010, 23:42 at 23:42
    I’ll be interested to know how the LEGO shopping experience in Singapore compares to the other countries/cities you’ve been to… perhaps a short summation/comparison after your holiday here if you don’t mind?

    It would be my pleasure. From the Lego ‘wastelands’ of Dubrovnik & Croatia to the not so cheap but bountiful plenty of the UK…

    Paul.

    • exile_31 says:

      Finally my promised Shopping report!

      As a Brit living in Dubrovnik, Croatia I have to say that ready access to Lego-buying here is something of a challenge – fortunately I enjoy the ‘chase’ almost as much as the end result! We have only one store now locally selling Lego and that is bought in (from Italy I think) and is usually at least 3/6 months behind the times. Zagreb is better supplied, certainly as of late, but like SG Lego here is quite expensive. We also do not have the benefit of S@H – our nearest country for that is Austria (where happily we have family and with my UK Lego Store a/c at least allows me access to Hard to Find & Exclusives) – I once drove to Vienna to collect such a set – not just any set – the then newly released Emporium – well worth the 18 hour round trip!! OK so now you all know I’m committed – well my Wife certainly says I should be!! :-)

      Singapore was a real joy – the amount of Lego stores was a serious bonus! I don’t need to say yes it’s expensive – but putting aside recent delays in deliveries almost certainly caused by the weather – at least there is huge choice. The one big difference I immediately noticed between SG and other countries I’ve purchased from was the welcome amount of “re-sellers” shops. Parted sets ~ separate MiniFigs ~ Instructions & Custom weapons were readily available – not to mention the ‘older’ MISB sets – something I have not personally experienced elsewhere. For that type of buying I would normally have to rely on BrickLink. Even your Stores (TRU & Robinson’s) had decent stocks of Limited release sets.

      With the UK not alone in having recently suffered serious retail upheaval there have been a lot of big discounts and store clearance offers but generally Lego is not cheap there – it is however much cheaper than SG & HR – and overall slightly better than the EU. But there are the Lego own stores – usually well stocked – carrying Exclusives – some of which interestingly I noticed were on sale in the odd SG stores. I previously thought these were only available from Lego Direct? (S@H & their own stores.)

      There is if course only one place in the World, that I am aware of, to buy regular cheap (non- sale) Lego and that as we all know is the USA. I do tend to get most of my new (smaller) sets via US BL stores unless I happen to be going back to the UK!

      I can not finish without a personal thank you to E – for the excellent Shopping Guide provided and the invaluable help and assistance I received – enabling me to add a long sought after older MISB set to our collection together with a further two Limited items plus 5 other sets including a small PQ set! (That one thanks to Ricky @ TS!) ;)

      So to sum up: SG Lego was expensive but the huge choice and varied stock – old/new & parted sets – made shopping here a real treat for the Lego Addict!!

      We look forward to returning to Singapore – hopefully in the not too distant future!! Happy building…

      Paul.

      • walshklien says:

        Wow! Great report Paul! I didn’t know we in SG were actually much fortunate than other countries when it comes to Lego and I always though that Europe had better choices of Lego =)

      • amodularlife says:

        Thanks Paul and you are most welcome again. Do drop me a note if you come by again.

        It’s certainly nice to hear from a new perspective how things are in SG… perhaps a trip here when LEGOLAND Malaysia opens next year?

        To your question on “…Exclusives – some of which interestingly I noticed were on sale in the odd SG stores. I previously thought these were only available from Lego Direct? (S@H & their own stores.)”
        ==> There are some stores here that are considered to be ‘LEGO exclusive’ stores in the sense that LEGO SG will supply them with the 10xxx series. E.g. Bricksworld, Toyshunt & Secret Chamber. Some of the other toy stores will bring in the 10xxx sets in via their own contacts (via USA I guess). Over in SG we do not have a LEGO branded store, so I guess that is why these stores are supplied.

  27. killyrbf says:

    Would just like to say thanks for maintaining this guide. My stay in Singapore wouldn’t have been as great if I didn’t get to know about all the info you have provided here.

    Wasn’t able to hit up TS as the wifey said it was more convenient just to go to BW in Ngee-Ann. I figured she was right, especially since we weren’t hunting for any older, hard-to-find sets, just the basic, current releases. We did pickup a couple of basic sets at Metro while they were having their post-Christmas sale.

    Btw, there are 2 toy shops inside Changi Terminal 2 that sells LEGO. They are side-by-side each other. I can’t recall the prices though. I bit higher than in the city, I think. I spotted The Lego Book in one of them.

    Thanks again!! Great site you have here.

    • amodularlife says:

      @killyrbf: Most welcome and thanks. Glad you enjoyed your SG visit and managed to get some sets. Is one of the stores NTUC Xtra? The other I don’t know but I guess no loss since price isn’t good.

      • killyrbf says:

        Did a little research. The stores are Kaboom and Kid’s World. They’re right beside each other in Terminal 2 Departure Lounge, after immigration.

        About the price, the Changi website mentions a “Shopping Guarantee” where you are refunded the price difference when the product you bought there end up being more expensive than those sold in the city. But I don’t know how that actually works.

      • amodularlife says:

        @killyrbf: Guess their main target are transit tourists? So… it’s probably a not often used guarantee I’m guessing.

  28. wayfinder says:

    NTUC Fairprice T3 store now does not carry Lego. So far those I know are the Fairprice Xtra stores at AMKHub, Nex, Jurong Point and Hougang Point.

  29. lego freak says:

    erm…i think secretchamber is having 20% for their march sch holiday! o.O.. saw quite a number of people grabing tower bridge.. n overheard their conversation abt the sale

  30. Cyril says:

    yup… confirm… jus went to Thomson Plaza this afternoon…
    20% discount till 20th March for school holidays…

  31. Legobear says:

    Hi all, does anyone know if Bricks World offer instant 10% membership discount if I purchase more than S$300 worth of sets in one go like Simply Toys does?

    • Legobear says:

      Never mind, just got a reply from them stating that the first S$300 will just give me membership status and the 10% discount will only take effect then after

  32. Shaun says:

    Vivocity ToysRus got a brand new Lego section! It’s much bigger now.

  33. Michelle says:

    Do you know where do they sell Lego watches for adults? I want it so badly.

  34. Biru says:

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  35. hobbylane says:

    There’s a brand new LEGO shop in the West – Jurong Point.

    It’s located at the new expansion section.

    Shop Name: The Brick Shop
    Address: Jurong Point Shopping Centre – 63 Jurong West Central 3, #B1-33 S(648331)
    How to find it: It’s directly opposite the New York New York restaurant

    How to get there: By MRT is the best method.

    The size of the shop is considered small if we compare it to the likes of ToysHunt / ToysBrickStation and etc… Variety is also limited…

  36. anonymous says:

    They have a 3-day sale opening this weekend from the 21st- 23rd @ The Brick Shop Jurong Point. 10% off normal items.

  37. Audrey says:

    It looks like there is going to be a Secret Chamber Lego shop in the west as well. I saw the shop at Causeway Point Woodlands. The last time I checked, it is still not open! So exciting!!! Please update if anyone else know that it is already open!

  38. Maxi Millian says:

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  39. Peter says:

    Toy Station / Brick Station is not really offering 15% off as compare to BW. Using an example of 10220 Volkswagen T1 Camper Toy Station is selling @ SGD$189.90, whereas BW is sell @ S$199.90. Since the normal selling price is S$199.90 @ BW without member, Toy Station should be selling @ S$1699.15 instead, if it claimed at it website -15% discount all year long.

  40. Peter says:

    Correction

    Toy Station / Brick Station is not really offering 15% off as compare to BW. Using an example of 10220 Volkswagen T1 Camper Toy Station is selling @ SGD$189.90, whereas BW is sell @ S$199.90. Since the normal selling price is S$199.90 @ BW without member, Toy Station should be selling @ S$169.15 instead, if it claimed at it website -15% discount all year long.

  41. azazel says:

    15% discount for most products apparently. exclusives don’t have that 15% discount. only about 5% off. i bought the volkswagen t1 camper van there and although it’s great, for 189.90 i don’t think it’s worth the money.

  42. Serene Lim says:

    Hi, I would like to update a few things here.

    Last update: 4 Nov 2012

    1) Simply Toys (a.k.a Toy Out Post) at Vivo City #02-119 has shifted location to GV Cinema that stretch. It no longer carry Lego sets as they converted to all lockers for rental.

    2) Vivocity Tangs do not carry any lego sets

    3) Toys R Us Vivocity carries mainly the duplo series and has very limited legos. Their more expensive ones are placed on the shelvings (near entrance) behind a counter with a guy mending it. You cant reach out to it. Not many selections though. You’d be better off looking else where.

    For Volkswagon Camper Van T1 is being sold $199 at Bricksworld Plaza Sing, after 10% discount is $179.10. That’s the cheapest found so far.

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