Ayra's first encounter with Playmobil

During our June staycation, Playmobil was having an event at Sentosa, so we brought Ayra to check the place out. Though there were few activities at the Playmobil event, we only spent time at the pop-up store and the play area within the pop-up store. It was a very sunny and humid day, Mummy and Ayah was perspiring none stop, but the little girl just wanted to sit and play with the toys.


Why this toy so big?




She was attracted by the display at Playmobil and didn't want to walk away, until we told her that she can touch and play with the toys at the pop-up store then she started to slowly walk away.



So once she sat herself down to play, she was stuck...





These models and figurines feel very solid and seem tough enough to withstand serious (hardcore) playing by kids. Anyone owns Playmobil toys and can help me confirm this? Planning to get a set for Ayra to play and would like to know if its worth the dollars.





She was relating to horses a lot during that period of time, and when she found one among the many figurines, she just had to play with it. And even wore a hat on the horse which looks pretty cool.



Hint hint: The girl's 2nd birthday is coming, if you are planning on what to get for her (if you are going to get her something) can consider something from Playmobil. :P

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  1. Hi, I just want to confirm, as a Playmobil collector, that these toys are literally forever, their durability withstands heavy use and they are totally worth the dollars. I suggest, though, that if you're going to buy these toys for her you might choose the Playmobil 123 line, which are safe for toddlers. For kids 4 and older you may buy the regular sets, which include fantastic but small pieces and accesories, and might not be appropiate for small children. Other than that these toys are amazing!

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  2. Such great pictures. I was a playmobil addict from around the age of 5 until I was 11. I almost never played with anything else. The products aren't that cheap but my mum was happy to spend the money as the toys are really durable and I just loved them so much. I passed the toys on to my younger cousins later on, and they were still going strong then. You can't go wrong!

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