OMG!!!! Star Wars has finally come to Hong Kong Disneyland!! Yes, you have guessed it right, I am a total fan of Star Wars! And I am so going to Disneyland this weekend!!

‘Star Wars: Tomorrowland Takeover’ has officially kicked off this past weekend on June 11, with brand-new offerings like Hyperspace Mountain, Star Wars: Command Post and Jedi Training: Trials of the Temple to deliver a galactic experience.

Hyperspace Mountain
In Asia’s only Hyperspace Mountain, participants will walk past a gigantic life-size X-wing starfighters, flight suits and pilot helmets on their way to try their skill as a rebel pilot. After a mission briefing from Admiral Ackbar, they will prepare to fly to outer space on a reconnaissance mission to survey an Imperial Star Destroyer spotted near desert planet Jakku – a desert planet featured in ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’.

Star Wars: Command Post
Journey to a hidden Resistance base in Star Wars: Command Post to meet the legendary Chewbacca and R2-D2 but look out for Captain Phasma who will lead a team of her Stormtroopers on a First Order patrol in Tomorrowland, searching for any signs of the Resistance.

Jedi Training: Trials of the Temple
Starting from June 25, aspiring younglings (aged 4-12) will be recruited to don Jedi robes and join a secret training session with Jedi masters on how to use the Force, and their wit, to wield lightsabers. Jedi Training: Trials of the Temple is a brand new entertainment experience adapted exclusively for Hong Kong Disneyland. After the training, they will use their new skills to duel Darth Vader, and use the Force to fend off Kylo Ren.

Out-of-this-world Treats and Collectibles
Visitors can refuel with an extensive range of 60 Star Wars-themed food and beverage options, including Star Wars Lightsaber Churro, Darth Vader Burger Combo, Star Wars Cotton Candy or BB-8 Slush. Shops including Space Traders boast a collection of over 230 Star Wars merchandise items, including all-new Star Wars Tsum Tsums, high-end collectibles, and droids. Furthermore, visitors will have a chance to build their own lightsabers from a selection of 20 components.