According to LEGO, there are seven LEGO sets to build as a couple that’ll inspire creativity, enhance quality time and build meaningful connections.
Whether you are into nature, travel, nostalgia, experiences, art and decorations, or movies, there is a LEGO set for everyone.
LEGO has categorised these sets according to their themes. We’ll start with two sets for those who are into nature.
Nature lovers will appreciate the intricate details of creating your rose which also serves as a wonderful display, a reminder of the effort the two of you put in to build a lasting memory.
This set is part of LEGO’s Botanical Collection and comes with 822 pieces.
If your other half is into tiny plants, this set comes with nine super cute plants in tiny pots.
Also part of LEGO’s Botanical Collection, this 758-piece set makes a perfect display for your bookshelf or your work desk – a reminder of the fun time you two spent together.
Couples who love to travel and appreciate architecture would enjoy building the 2125-piece LEGO Architecture Himeji Castle. It’s a perfect set for those who are looking for a little bit of challenge.
The set might be complex, but seeing the final build is super immersive and delightfully satisfying.
Into art and decorations and in need of a super cool display? You’ll never go wrong with the LEGO Art Hokusai – The Great Wave.
This set comes with 1810 pieces and is inspired by the Japanese artist’s famous artwork.
The LEGO Icons PAC-MAN Arcade is a 2651-piece set that would bring hours of building fun and play for couples who are into gaming.
Not only is this set interactive but it’s also based on a classic video game, making it a perfect display.
The LEGO Icons Jazz Club has 2899 pieces and is among our favourites. The set is part of LEGO’s modular building – which means you can connect the set with similar sets from the collection.
What’s unique about this set is its beautifully decorated interior and façades and the eight minifigures which include a melting pot of passionate performers, chefs and guests.
Oh man, this set was voted among fans as the best set for display and the best value you can get for your money. While it might be pricey for some, the 6167-piece is worth it due to its exclusive minifigures of popular characters such as Frodo, Gandalf, Aragorn, Legolas, and more.
It’s also among the biggest sets created by LEGO and this means one thing: Hours of fun building. Speaking of building, the LEGO THE LORD OF THE RINGS: RIVENDELL set comes with some pieces that require some clever building techniques.
With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, the LEGO Group also released the LEGO Date Night in a Box, a limited-edition gift that will spark joy and connection through play.
All of these sets can be purchased together with the LEGO Date Night in a Box.
The box is a special offer for customers who purchase selected LEGO sets from LEGO Official Stores on Lazada and Shopee in Malaysia from January 26 to February 18, 2024.
The box contains everything you need to create a romantic atmosphere, such as a greeting card, conversation cards, stickers, coasters, and a LEGO Heart-shaped Lock polybag. What’s cool is that the box also unfolds into a playmat, where you and your partner can build and display your LEGO creations.
Rohan Mathur, Marketing Director of LEGO Southeast Asia, said LEGO wants to inspire couples to celebrate and deepen their love through the joy of building.
“Couples are increasingly enjoying shared experiences to enhance quality time spent with their partner. Hence, we wanted to help them view LEGO sets as tools that not only inspire the power of creative play but also build meaningful connections and create memories,” he said.
Cover image supplied by LEGO.