Legoland Malaysia Resort is celebrating 40 years of Star Wars with an array of galactic activities from the big screens for the month of May.
The celebrations include an Imperial March from the hotel to Star Wars Miniland last weekend, featuring over 100 costume characters as well as top costumed fan groups from Malaysia, Singapore and other Asia-Pacific countries. Parade Tryouts is a new activity open to the masses.
Another highlight is at Lego Star Wars Miniland, with live storytelling of scenes from the epic space saga and a session honouring Princess Leia.
To further bring to life the Star Wars experience, Stormtroopers, the elusive Lego Darth Vader and other characters can be found roaming the park and will stop for photo opportunities. Meet and greets will continue for the subsequent weekends (May 20, 21, 27 and 28).
Those who wish to be one with the Force can train at the Jedi Academy, while the Star Wars Trivia Hunt will put fans’ knowledge to the test. Clues can be found on posters and descriptions in Miniland.
Younger guests can also use the Legoland Star Wars Passport to collect stamps from activities and stand to be rewarded with a special commemorative brick upon collection of all stamps.