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Hong Kong Disneyland presents the Star Wars: Tomorrowland takeover

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Starting 27 June, visitors to Hong Kong Disneyland will have a different Tomorrowland experience as the theme park opens its Star Wars: Tomorrowland takeover set.

Space Mountain will now be Hyperspace Mountain as they walk past a gigantic X-wing Starfighter, flight suits, and pilot helmets on their way to try their skill as a rebel pilot. After a mission briefing from Admiral Ackbar, they prepare to fly to outer space on a reconnaissance mission to survey an Imperial Destroyer spotted near Jakku, the desert planet. This turns out to be a trap and the riders will experience an epic dogfight between Imperial TIE fighters and Rebel X-wing Starfighters.

Guests will then journey to a hidden Resistance base, the Star Wars: Command Post, to meet legendary Wookie pilot Chewbacca and resourceful astromech droid R2D2; but then, they should 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.

Kids aged 4-12 years old will get the chance to don Jedi robes and join a secret training session with Jedi masters on how to use the Force, their wit, and to wield light sabers. The Jedi Training: Trials of the Temple will be conducted in Cantonese, Putonghua, and English. It 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 from the Star Wars saga, the Seventh Sister Inquisitor from Star Wars Rebels and Kylo Ren from Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

Guests can avail of an extensive range of 60 Star Wars-themed food and beverage options plus an exclusive Star Wars-themed store that will have over 230 Star Wars merchandise items and collectibles.


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