Visitors to Legoland Malaysia this weekend will get a big surprise. The world’s largest Lego Millennium Falcon has touched base at the Johor theme park. Built over three days with the help of more than 5,000 children, Master Builders Dan and Chris Steininger designed this 250,000-brick behemoth to mark Star Wars Day on May the Fourth.
Visitors to the park this weekend (May 7 to 8) will witness an Imperial March by a 90-strong contingent from the 501st Legion as well as help to complete two large scale TIE Fighters from the latest Star Wars movie, The Force Awakens. Early birds to the park through the month of May will also take home a cute mini Lego Millennium Falcon (only available on weekends).
For more information, check out these posts by our friends Geekculture, Here Be Geeks as well as news site, ChannelnewsAsia. If you still can’t imagine how big the massive Lego Millennium Falcon can be, here’s a simple breakdown: