You can even make your own nanoblock kue to bring home
Cover photo: PROchrisjtse / Flickr; Photos: Changi Airport
Are you an avid collector of nanoblocks, or do small versions of giant things simply amuse you? If so, you’ll want to head down to Changi Airport even if you’re not jetting off anywhere.
From now to 1 May, the airport is home to a pop-up nanoblock Museum, where visitors can admire 249 nanoblock designs – even bigger than the original exhibition in Japan.
The museum features six experiential zones, including a dinosaur exhibition, the wonders of the world and an in-depth focus on Japan. There will also be a pop-up store selling more than 70 different nanoblock designs.
Plus, because this is in line with an Indonesia promotion event, there will be a nanoblock kue (pastry)-building workshop too. Visitors can make their own kue using the instructions provided. It’s a gift with purchase, so you can enjoy it for free with a minimum spend of $60 at the public area.