Toy Shopping in Singapore

by him on May 20, 2014

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[UPDATED: Jan 2018] China Square Central (CSC) has been demolished to make way for a hotel. The flea market on Sundays is now at Fook Hai Building.

[UPDATED: Dec 2016] Singapore has a wide selection of toy shops to delight collectors. Having covered several of the toy shops in Hong Kong and Taipei previously, let’s visit some of the best and most popular toy stores in Singapore.

Fook Hai Building

The Sunday flea market that used to be at China Square Central (CSC) has moved to Fook Hai Building in the same vicinity. It is behind Hong Lim Complex, between Chinatown Point and the former CSC. You will still find many stalls selling old and new toys every Sunday.

Fook Hai Building
Screenshot from Google Street View. Click here to explore the area.

Notable shops and stalls at Fook Hai Building:

  • U-Toys
  • Candytoyo (#02-24)
  • Animate Corner (Sundays only) (Owner Wayne is great for all things Japanese such as Play Arts Kai, ARTFX, Revoltech, Figma, Nendroids, Bandai SH Figuarts, Medicom Real Action Heroes (RAH) and assorted PVC figurines.)

Fook Hai Building
150 South Bridge Road
Singapore 058727


Havelock II

Havelock II
Screenshot from Google Street View. Click here to explore the area.

Located near Clarke Quay, it is a small mall with the usual F&B stores, supermarket and some retail shops.

  • Toy Realm (Carries many US brands, e.g. Diamond Select Toys, DC Collectibles, Mattel, Minimates, WWE, Mezco, Marvel, McFarlane as well as Japanese brands, Kotobukiya ArtFX, PlayArts, etc. Also has rental cabinets.)
    2 Havelock Road, #02-19, Havelock II
    Singapore 059763


The Falcon’s Hangar (TFH)

The Falcon's Hangar TFH

The Falcon’s Hangar started off in Katong Shopping Centre selling Starwars merchandise and memorabilia. Then they moved to Far East Plaza for a few years and now they have a large shop at Waterloo Centre. It’s very cozy and they have a small TV lounge area for chatting and catching up on toy news with fellow toy lovers. They offer competitive pre-order prices for Hot Toys, Enterbay and other imports of 1/6 figures such as Very Cool, Phicen, MC Toys, Asmus Toys, Triad Toys, ZC World, ACI, etc & Japanese anime toys. The hangar crew is a friendly bunch and they are always happy to chat with you on anything toy related.

The Falcon’s Hangar
Address: Blk 261 Waterloo Street, #01-27, Waterloo Centre, Singapore 180261
Directions from Bras Basah MRT station: The Falcon’s Hangar
Tel: +65 6235 2390


Funan DigitaLife Mall (Closed for long-term renovations since June 2016)

The 5th floor of Funan DigitaLife Mall (used to be called Funan Centre or Funan IT Mall), just below Challenger Superstore which occupies the entire 6th floor, houses several popular toy shops.

Notable shops:


  • (Shifted to Suntec City Mall) Latendo, formerly from Sunshine Plaza, has an impressive cabinet display leading to the inner part of the shop. The right side of the shop has many more displays and you can admire the Hot Toys and Figmas that are posed beautifully in the glass cabinets. I have not purchased anything on pre-order from them before, only gotten a few items from clearance sales and such.
  • (Shifted to Bugis+)  Rapid Culture, very popular for its trading cards such as Cardfight!! Vanguard, Bushiroad, Crusade TCG and Gundam War Nex-A, etc, and Japanese goods, hails from ex-Peninsular Plaza, Cine Leisure, Funan and now Bugis+. They organize monthly card tournaments in their shop and sometimes larger scale ones at public venues. The owner, Yanjie, travels to Japan for stock picking a few times every year and he will ask customers to send in their requests to scout for specific merchandise at reasonable budgets.
  • (Shifted to Bugis+) Battle Bunker, specializes in table top miniature gaming: Warhammer 40K, Warhammer Fantasy, Fantasy Flight Games, Paizo, Star Wars X-Wing, Netrunner, Munchkin & more. I have not patronized from them before but I enjoy admiring the intricately painted figurines in the shop window.

Funan DigitaLife Mall
Address: 109 North Bridge Road, Singapore 179097
Directions from City Hall MRT station: Funan DigitaLife Mall


Excelsior Shopping Centre

Screenshot from Google Street View. Click here to explore the area.

I only know of one shop here, which is Robo Robo. The shopping centre is right next to Funan DigitaLife Mall, so you might wanna drop by along the way. Owner Gerard sells an assortment of Takara Tomy Transformers, Hot Toys, RAH, Bandai, Figmas and Nendoroids.

Robo Robo
Address: 5 Coleman Street, #B1-17, Excelsior Shopping Centre, Singapore 179805
Directions from City Hall MRT station: Robo Robo
Tel: +65 8288 3515


Simply Toys / Toy Outpost

Simply Toys

Toy Outpost

Simply Toys is the official distributor for Sideshow Collectibles in Singapore. Their showrooms at Plaza Singapura and Bugis Junction are a joy to browse as they frequently feature life-size movie props from Terminator, Starwars and Marvel / DC, etc. They also carry Kotobukiya goods such as statues, bishoujo and Cu-Poche, which is similar to Goodsmile’s Nendoroid series. Look out for their member specials for better prices. Toy Outpost & HAKO are spin-offs from the company featuring rental cabinets for the budding seller to display their goods for sale on consignment. Funko Pop, featuring an amazing range of vinyl collectibles with licences from just about every movie, cartoon & pop culture franchise, can be found at Simply Toys and Toy Outpost.

Simply Toys @ Bugis Junction
Address: 200 Victoria Street, #03-10A, Bugis Junction, Singapore 188021
Phone: +65 6333 0669
Directions from MRT: Bugis Junction is right above Bugis MRT Station

Simply Toys @ Plaza Singapura
Address: 68 Orchard Road, #07-10/11A, Plaza Singapura, Singapore 238839
Phone: +65 6884 4401
Directions from MRT: Plaza Singapura is right outside Dhoby Ghaut MRT Station

Simply Toys @ Vivocity
Address: 1 Harbourfront Walk, #02-32/33, Singapore 098585
Phone: +65 6221 5442
Directions from MRT: Vivocity is right above Harbourfront MRT Station


Funko Pop

With the cute and adorable Funko Pop gaining widespread popularity in Singapore, here are some places to find them:

funko pop
Official store, Pop Life, at Wisma Atria. You can pre-order upcoming Funko Pop figures here as well.

challenger valore
Valore by Challenger also stocks Funko Pop figures. There are outlets at shopping malls such as Tampines Mall and Parkway Parade.

gifts greetings
Gifts Greetings
, which specializes in party goods such as balloons, cards & decorations, also sells Funko Pop and carries some anime figurines.

Comic Shops

G&B Comics
G&B Comics

G&B Comics is a comic shop catering to western comics, graphic novels and merchandise. You can find DC / Marvel statues and movie collectibles here.

G&B Comics
Address: Blk 1 Rochor Center #02-500, Singapore 180001
Tel: +65 6837 2280
Walking directions from Bugis MRT station: Rochor Centre

Absolute Comics is another comic shop that sells western comics, t-shirts, specialty games, and action figures. Located at Plaza Singapura shopping mall.

Address: Plaza Singapura #B1-17, 68 Orchard Road, Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6333 3193
Nearest MRT station: Dhoby Ghaut

Gaming & Toy Shops

PLAYe has acquired Funz Centre, Zepy and GameExtreme in 2016. The writeup about the original stores below has been amended to reflect this.

PLAYe – Funz Centre
Funz Centre, which also goes by a new name, PLAYe, is a gaming shop which started out in Ang Mo Kio neighbourhood. It has since expanded into a chain of shops with outlets in Bedok Mall, Katong 112, Orchard Central, White Sands, Vivocity, etc. Great for console/PC games and of course, toys. Each of the outlet is lined with display shelves featuring very interesting items for your browsing pleasure. A few of the larger outlets such as the flagship in Orchard Central even features life-size figures such as Iron-man and Super Mario. They have friendly and knowledgable staff who will be happy to chat and recommend the latest games to you. Check out their FB page for outlet information.


Update Jul 2016: Qisahn has joined PLAYe and now comes under the same chain.
Update Dec 2016: Qisahn has opened a new store and is operating on their own again.
Qisahn is a gaming shop with the only outlet in Far East Shopping Centre. They offer very competitive prices for console and PC games as they import the goods from overseas by themselves. They now carry a selection of toys including Nintendo amiibo. Depending on your luck, sometimes they upgrade your pre-ordered game from a normal edition to a limited/collector’s edition for free! They offer shipping services for online purchases to Singapore and Malaysia addresses for a small fee.

Address: 545 Orchard Road #05-11, Far East Shopping Centre, Singapore 238882
Tel: +65 3110 3518
Directions from Orchard MRT station: Qisahn
Facebook: Qisahn


Toy or Game
Toy or Game is a relatively new chain that has taken over the outlets previously occupied by Comics Connection. Check out their pre-orders for Hot Toys, Play Arts and Goodsmile products. Visit their FB page for outlet locations.


Scale Modeling

Sunshine Plaza

Hobby Art Gallery
is scale modeling shop popular for their Gundam model kits. Located at Sunshine Plaza, they offer everything related to hobby and modeling for Gunpla fans.

Address: 91 Bencoolen Street, #01-44, Sunshine Plaza  (Open Tue-Sun, 1-7pm)
Tel: +65 6334 5340
Directions from Bugis MRT station: Sunshine Plaza

let's play
This shop, Let’s Play, at Sunshine Plaza stocks mainly Tomy Takara / Tomica diecast cars and other toys.

otaku tachi sunshine plaza
One of the anime shops, Otaku Tachi, at Sunshine Plaza.

Other hobby shops in Singapore

Hobby Hub SG is also popular for their Gundam. They have frequent promotions so check out their FB page.

Address: 190 Clemenceau Ave, Singapore Shopping Center, #03-17, Singapore 239924 (Next to Park Mall)
Opening hours: Wed-Fri: 14:00-20:00, Sat-Sun: 12:00-20:00
Nearest MRT station: Dolby Ghaut


Other toys / Commercial brands

Toys R Us / Isetan / Metro / OG / Takashimaya / BHG

Looking for Nerf, Mattel, Hasbro and Disney goods? You can find them in these departmental stores. Takashimaya holds a twice-annual toy fair at the Ngee Ann City atrium, usually in June and December during the school holidays. Look out for them for general kids toys at clearance / dumping prices!

Hope that this post has helped you to plan your shopping trip and increased your understanding of the Singapore toy retail scene. Happy toy hunting in Singapore! Do leave your comments on your finds!


Old Information Archive

China Square Central (CSC) (Demolished in Dec 2017)

CSC front
China Square Central or  simply CSC, sits in the heart of Chinatown and is very accessible via the MRT (Chinatown Station on the Northeast Line) or via private transport (just off Shenton way). It has the highest concentration of toy shops in Singapore.

There are 2 floors of indoor shops and eateries along with an office block. The toy shops are open everyday but there are hardly any shoppers on weekdays. What is interesting about CSC is their Weekend Flea Market, which incidentally only runs on Sundays from around 11am to 5pm. More details on this can be found on the official mall page: Sunday Flea Market at CSC. Every Sunday, the mall comes to life with no less than 50 flea market stalls operating in addition to the brick & mortar shops. This is the best time to grab vintage toys, hard to find collectibles and even the occasional antiques such as old watches, cameras, ornaments, coins, notes and vases. You will be able to find 2nd-hand toys as well as new ones being off-loaded by long time toy collectors / sellers. Many of the toy sellers actually hark back to the good old days of the weekend flea market at Clarke Quay so they have regular customers to catch up with every Sunday.

CSC walkway
Flea market booths on a Sunday

CSC stalls
There are many Sunday booths outside the normal shops as well

Notable flea-market booths from personal experience (Sundays only):

  • (Masak has ceased operations as of Dec 2017) Masak-Online (Owner Kelvin is great for all things NECA and the occasional WWE rumblers, Minecraft, BTS transformers and LEGO figures. Most of my NECA toys are from him as his pre-order prices are among the best around. He is also active on Carousell.)
  • Animate Corner (Owner Wayne is great for all things Japanese such as Play Arts Kai, ARTFX, Revoltech, Figma, Nendroids, Bandai SH Figuarts, Medicom Real Action Heroes (RAH) and assorted PVC figurines.)
    Animate Corner is now at Fook Hai Building on Sundays:
    150 South Bridge Road Singapore 058727

A closer look at Masak’s stall on a typical Sunday: NECA toys galore! The latest 1/4 scale NECA, NECA bobbleheads & scalers from Marvel, NECA movie figures from Aliens, Predator, Terminator, NECA mego style such as Freddy & Jason and NECA ultimate figures (e.g. Evil Dead Ash). There are also life-size WWE belts as well as scaled versions for 6″ figures. Right beside this stall, you should be able to find Animate Corner for all your Japanese toys fix. Both of these stalls are usually located in front of Toy Realm on Sundays.

Notable shops (Open most days):

  • Toy Realm (Carries many US brands, e.g. Diamond Select Toys, DC Collectibles, Mattel, Minimates, WWE, Mezco, Marvel, McFarlane as well as Japanese brands, Kotobukiya ArtFX, PlayArts, etc. Also has rental cabinets.)

China Square Central
Address: 18 Cross Street, Singapore 048423
Directions from Chinatown MRT station: China Square Central

New Address:
2 Havelock Road, #02-19, Havelock II
059763 Singapore

{ 67 comments… read them below or add one }

Jason dela Cruz May 27, 2015 at 11:39 am

Can you point me to a store that sells Choro Q/Choro Q Zero?


him June 2, 2015 at 12:01 pm

Try you luck during the flea market at CSC on Sundays.


Pani September 20, 2015 at 8:00 am

Could you please advise where I can buy traka cross fire b-daman in Singapore?


him September 20, 2015 at 7:58 pm

If you are referring to Takara Tomy Cross Fight B-Daman, you should be able to find them at Toys R Us and Takashimaya (Ngee Ann City).


maha September 29, 2015 at 8:37 am

hi, would u know wer I can buy super Mario figure collection and also angry birds go jenga tower knockdown game and pirate pig attack game? toys r us don’t have them..

please help


him September 29, 2015 at 7:52 pm

I have seen super Mario figures for sale at Funz Centre (PLAYe). You can call the outlets to see which one still has it. Not so sure about angry birds jenga though.


primetime October 19, 2015 at 11:24 am

Thank you for writing this great article, my history of toy collecting and buying really began when I made my trips to Singapore over 10 years ago when there were bustling toy shops over at Clarke Quay. Sadly however, when I came back to Singapore in Sep 2015 I have discovered that most of the toy shops in CSC have closed down – except for a few like Vincent’s, Simply toys, Toy Outpost with a few branches and Toys or Games (ToG). Old standouts like U-Toys were completely gone.

Any idea on why they’ve closed down?


him October 19, 2015 at 9:25 pm

U-Toys is now at Fook Hai Building, unit B1-26. I have not been there yet. I went to take a look end of Feb 2016 but could not find the shop.

Sounds like you really know the the toy scene in Singapore well. I was chatting with one of the flea market sellers recently, he mentioned that the shop rental in CSC has been increasing for tenants. There are also less shoppers during the Sunday flea market nowadays, which I guess makes it harder to do business. :(

I heard that some shops are planning to shift to Bugis Cube as it may become a new toy hub but I’m not sure how true that is. So far I could only find this shop there: Fujiya Character & Hobby Shop


catherine November 2, 2015 at 3:12 am

Hi, do u know whr to buy the walking dead figures in singapore? Thanks


him November 24, 2015 at 11:58 pm

From McFarlane? Try your luck during the Sunday Flea market at CSC.


Ickey December 10, 2015 at 8:51 pm

Hi..may i know where can find the cheapest wwe mattel figure?


him December 10, 2015 at 10:35 pm

WWE figures can be found at CSC fleamarket on Sundays and also at Toy Outpost outlets.


Elmo December 15, 2015 at 11:47 pm

Hi, do you know where to buy s.h.figuarts figures with a decent price?
Is it available at Takashimaya?


him January 9, 2016 at 12:53 pm

Try or

Takashimaya usually sells them only during the midyear or end year craziest toy fair.


Jericholic December 18, 2015 at 11:07 am

Anyone know any website to order WWE in singapore or else?


him January 9, 2016 at 12:48 pm

You may wish to contact seller at

He has some WWE for sale but I’m not sure if there are new stocks.


Rae January 10, 2016 at 12:37 pm

Hello, do you know where to find the cheapeast Marvel mini mates, Marvel legends and Kotobukiya figurines? Also are the toys being sold at CSC legit, second-hand or class a? Thanks


him January 20, 2016 at 12:10 am

Toys at CSC are of a large variety so while most are legitimate, I have also seen bootlegs occasionally so you have to be discerning. Both new and second-hand toys are available. For Kotobukiya, you can try Simply Toys as they are the official distributor.


Alex January 15, 2016 at 9:25 am

Hi. I’m from Msia. If I make a day trip to Spore, where is the best place to buy Star Wars figurines from Kotobukiya, Hot Toys and Sideshow?

How about other premium Star Wars collectibles like Black Series & Force FX?


him January 20, 2016 at 12:06 am

Hi, you can try Simply Toys as they are the distributor for many brands but try to preorder first, otherwise their prices may be on the high side:

Also can check out TFH:


Joe Lim January 19, 2016 at 8:29 pm

Hi, im trying to find military figurine, namely bomb squad and EOD, I have tried China square, funan and plaza Singa and waterloo Anyone know of other place. Thank you in advance.


him January 19, 2016 at 11:59 pm

I found this shop at International Plaza but have not patronized from them before:

Also this model shop at Sunshine Plaza:

You can try calling them.


Kelvin March 23, 2016 at 5:17 pm

Hi there! Appreciate the mention on your website! Please drop by and say hi when you’re free on Sunday, a small gift is waiting for you, thanks!


him March 23, 2016 at 10:35 pm

Haha, no problem at all, didn’t expect you to find my website. See you soon when I collect my pre-orders from you.


Alvin March 26, 2016 at 9:01 pm

Hello, i am from Indonesia. And i’m searching for digimon push dolls, do you guys know where i can find it in Singapore? Or maybe you’ve seen before. Thank you


Bram March 27, 2016 at 6:54 am

Hello, I’m from Indonesia, would you inform me where I can find shops for Saint Seiya figures?
thank you


him March 29, 2016 at 10:34 pm

You can find Saint Seiya at China Square Central (CSC).


Jasmine April 5, 2016 at 1:14 pm

Hi, am looking for takara tomy beyblade set and tail battler, any idea where can I find them? Thanks


him April 10, 2016 at 10:58 am

Beyblades are sold at major departmental stores such as Takashimaya, Isetan, Robinsons, OG & Toys R Us. Some Tom & Stefanie stores also carry stocks. The official distributor, Sheng Tai Toys, holds yearly warehouse sales. Do google for the dates. :)


Zaharah (Ms Zack) April 14, 2016 at 12:54 pm

I’m looking for a second hand items like scrabble, Jenga block , Checkers game board & seed or others suitable games, it must be in good conditions for my patients activities program.
Have very low budget on it.

I can be contacted at 6450 6195 or email

Thank you


him April 14, 2016 at 11:40 pm

Do visit the flea market at CSC on Sundays. Some stalls sell second-hand goods.


Alex April 14, 2016 at 10:48 pm

Hi! I’m in SG right now for a short trip. I’m looking for marvel legends figures preferably loose. Thank you in advance!


him April 14, 2016 at 11:28 pm

For loose figures, you would want to try your luck at rental cabinets such as Toy Outpost and HAKO.

If you are available on Sunday, do drop by China Square Central (CSC) and visit the flea market. Good luck!


Alex April 15, 2016 at 10:43 am

Hi! Thank you for your response. I’m afraid I won’t be able to find time on Sunday. For toy outpost are they also collectors selling their figures? I’m also trying to score some MOC figures an that Marvel Universe Galactus. Flea markets are open only on Sundays? Thank you again in advance.


him April 15, 2016 at 12:03 pm

Toy Outpost is using rental cabinets, meaning sellers will leave whatever goods (new or loose) they want to sell in the cabinet and the shop will take care of the transactions for them. This also means the goods are random and unpredictable. Every outlet will have slightly different variety. The goods range from handphone accessories, to makeup and jewelry, to toys, etc.

The flea market at CSC is open on Sundays only. There are just a few permanent toy shops there which open almost daily if you want to check it out.


Alex April 15, 2016 at 2:47 pm

Nice! I’m really hoping to get some legends figure. Thank you so much him!


Jesse Fields May 25, 2016 at 8:11 am

Hi! Anyone know where I can find Kuroko figures in Singapore, specifically a Tetsuya No. 2 plush?


Ryan June 1, 2016 at 3:00 pm

Thanks for the post, I usuallu visit Sunshine Plaza when I come to SG, but now I’ve started to collect a new toy line called the Gundam Converge by Bandai. Does anyone know a nice place to hunt for them? it’s been a while since I last visited SG. Thanks in advance!


him October 22, 2016 at 5:23 pm

Sunshine Plaza is still good for Gunpla. You can try your luck there. :)


Ryan Chia June 21, 2016 at 10:38 am

Do you now where I can find Takara Tomy Masterpiece Transformers at a reasonable price? Like for example, MP-13 Soundwave figurine.


Tika August 11, 2016 at 10:24 pm

hai is there any action figure in china square central?? i really want to know, thank youu :)


Tika August 11, 2016 at 10:26 pm

i mean action figure sailor moon, sorry :))


him August 21, 2016 at 12:48 pm

Yes, I have seen Sailor Moon at CSC, you can try your luck there.


hary August 19, 2016 at 11:41 pm

hi, thanks for your info about CSC. I’ll come here.. definitely :D
btw, do you know where I can find zoids? especially old edition-battery/spring operated zoids?
thanks a lot


him August 21, 2016 at 12:45 pm

I see that Simply Toys has some Zoids (link)but I’m not sure if they have vintage ones. Takashimaya used to sell them but I’m also not sure if they still do. CSC has several shops selling vintage toys so you should be on the lookout when you are there. Good luck! :)


hary September 4, 2016 at 8:56 pm

thanks a lot pals :D


qingqing86 November 17, 2016 at 8:52 am

Hi, I recently came across Fuchiko at tokyu hands and want to get more. However, I can’t seem to find it elsewhere except for tokyu hands. Any suggestion on places/shops where I can find more? Greatly appreciate any help rendered. (:


him November 17, 2016 at 8:11 pm

Hi, you may want to try your luck at CSC on Sundays. There is a shop on the 2nd floor behind the escalator selling gashapon packs and a couple of flea market stalls may carry it too.


Joyce Armada April 10, 2017 at 2:30 am

Hi! Do you know where I can find Power Rangers Mighty Morphin toys? Thank you!


him April 16, 2017 at 11:51 pm

You can try Toys R Us or CSC on weekends.


Elsie April 21, 2017 at 10:15 pm

Hi him,

I have quite a few Mcfarlane SPAWN collectible figures which i would like to sell. Do you know of anywhere which i can sell them? Thanks in advance.


him April 22, 2017 at 2:20 pm

Carousell is a popular online platform for selling toys. You can also consider checking out the Sunday flea market at CSC and get a table.


Khoi April 22, 2017 at 4:41 pm

Hi, I’m just wondering, where can I find Takara Tomy’s Masterpiece Transformers line? I’m looking for MP-36 Megatron specifically . Also Takara’s 10th movie anniversary line, MB-11 Optimus Prime specically. Thx!


him April 22, 2017 at 5:52 pm

Hi, do check with either RoboRobo or TFH. Contacts are in my post.


Tim May 5, 2017 at 2:11 pm

Hope to see a article on digital games besides toy and game shopping in Singapore?


him May 10, 2017 at 4:39 pm

Thanks for the suggestion. I might do it one day. For now, you may purchase digital wallet cards such as Steam, MapleStory, PSN, Xbox Live, etc, from shops such as TOG and ePlay.


rick May 10, 2017 at 2:22 pm

Hi , where can i find a 2.75″ Wonder women and Flash action figure?


him May 10, 2017 at 4:33 pm

Please try CSC flea market on Sundays.


Allan May 20, 2017 at 3:36 pm

hi, where is the Best places for 80’s Star wars and action force toys


him May 21, 2017 at 1:56 pm

Best chance to find vintage toys from the 1980s would be during Sundays at the CSC fleamarket.


bob October 4, 2017 at 6:11 pm

any recommendation where to buy gashapons and candy toys in singapore?


him October 4, 2017 at 10:09 pm

You can find those at TOG (Toy or Game), PLAYe, or try your luck at CSC flea market.


Sun November 15, 2017 at 9:06 pm

Hi, any recommendation where is the best place for McFarlane or Neca figure? I am looking for some alien figure in Singapore..


him November 17, 2017 at 12:26 pm

Masak from CSC brings in NECA Aliens, do check out his stall on Sundays or his Carousell listing for availability. If you are looking for older releases and don’t mind higher prices, Simply Toys usually has stocks of those.


Jason January 1, 2018 at 1:28 am

Hi, any idea on the best place to buy one piece WCF figures ?


Leader July 19, 2020 at 10:53 am

You guys can try they carry a huge selection of toys and figures


Benny December 3, 2020 at 11:59 am

I’m looking to sell my vintage toys (Eg M.A.S.K, Transformers, Star-com, MOTU,Star Wars, etc) Preferably someone who will manage the transaction and take a cut from the proceeds. Any recommendations?


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