Lego – It’s More Fun in the Philippines exhibit at SM North

The Block , SM North EDSA, Quezon City

I was on my way to SM North EDSA , Quezon City when i saw a poster of an ongoing LEGO exhibit . The exhibit was intended for the 114th anniversary of Philippine Independence showcasing some of the major tourist destinations of the country.

SM North EDSA with the Sky garden and Sky dome made from lego bricks

What makes this exhibit different from last year was the inclusion of SM North EDSA logo,  The Block logo , SM North EDSA building facade instead of SM Mall of Asia building  in the Philippine exhibit  last year .

SM The Block logo made from dozens of Lego brick

Last year’s event was more publicized due to the cooperation of various NGO groups , Department of Tourism and blogging community .

According to the event organizers, they wanted to bring this exhibit to the people living  in the northern part of Metro Manila and surrounding areas. Since there was a public clamor to bring it back   for this year .

Lego exhibit view from the second floor of SM North Edsa, The main exhibit is  32ft. x 20 ft. Philippine map built with LEGO bricks!

Ifugao headdress made from lego mosaic

LEGO will be featuring once again their Philippine map with famous regional landmarks such as Luneta, Fort Santiago, El Nido Resorts, Crocodile Farm,  Vigan, Batanes Lighthouse, Pearl Farm Beach, Siargao island, Bohol ‘s chocolate hills , stilts houses in Sitangkai – Tawi-Tawi province  and other interesting Filipino sites and local culture  in a huge exhibit.

Moriones Festival from Marinduque province

Masskara Festival from Bacolod

Paoay Church and Bangui Wind Mills of Ilocos Norte

T- Boli weave pattern assembled  from Lego bricks

Logo of The Block using Lego bricks

 tourist destinations in the Visayan regions

lego replica of San Juanico bridge which connects Leyte and Samar

surfing in Siargao , Surigao del Norte province

replica of  Pearl Farm resort houses in Samal , Davao

colorful vintas represented the southern parts of the archipelago

children assemble lego parts

The exhibit will run until June 16, 2012

Source:

Website: http://www.sm-northedsa.com/events/lego-it%E2%80%99s-more-fun-philipines-exhibit#

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