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Build Amazing Hong Kong (HK Exclusive sets)

ChanMcLChanMcL Member Posts: 1,224
Found this new recently while browsing HK news.  

Total of 4 sets available and historical iconic to Hong Kong. 

Spend $1200HKD at specific ToysRus stores in Hong Kong to obtain 1 of the 4 during the promotional period and only 1000 sets available.

I'm just curious where to obtain instruction for these sets / item number for these sets? 

4 iconic sets are: 

Tai Po Train Museum
Tsim Sha Tsui Clock Tower
Sheung Wan Western Market 
Central Court of Final Appeal Building


Unfortunately, the link I found about the news is in Chinese. 

https://hkmsg.blogspot.co.uk/2017/06/51.html

Comments

  • stluxstlux LuxembourgMember Posts: 2,132
    @ChanMcL Brickfinder has some more details on these HK sets in English here.

    In earlier articles for the Malaysia and Singapore sets that are part of this same Cities of Wonders campaign Brickfinder also included instructions, so hopefully they'll do the same for these HK ones.

    As these are not official TLG sets, but designed by Lego Certified Professionals instead, they do not have set numbers.
    sukh
  • SMCSMC UKMember Posts: 1,610
    I love HK but I am not sure about their choice of locations, only the Clock Tower stands out to me. Speaking of which is that a printed clock, has it been in any official Lego sets and if not do we just consider it to be a custom print?
  • stluxstlux LuxembourgMember Posts: 2,132
    The clock seems to be part 6157942. First appeared in #71040 Disney Castle and is also in #10255 Assembly Square.
    SMC
  • SMCSMC UKMember Posts: 1,610
    ^ Thanks, it looks much better than the old version as seen in #21013
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