LEGO Architecture Marina Bay Sands Hotel

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

The Marina Bay Sands Hotel in Singapore has always been one of our favorite resorts, so it really wasn’t all that surprising that the team at LEGO decided to introduce this marvel as the latest building in their ongoing LEGO Architecture series.

The LEGO Architecture Marina Bay Sands set is modeled after the famous three tower, 55-level resort. The hotel is most known for its amazing infinity pool (Sands Skypark) that connects all three towers at the rooftop level. It’s also worth noting that MBS houses only 1 of 2 casinos found throughout Singapore.The building was designed by architect Moshe Safdie. As with most of the sets within the Architecture range, this one will be limited edition when it begins hitting select retailers in the coming weeks. [Purchase]

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