The next time May the Fourth rolls around, you may want to head down to Singapore and Malaysia for Star Wars Week Asia.
Legoland Malaysia has a Star Wars event going on that features costumed fans from the 501st Legion and the Rebel Legion marching through the park as well as posing for photos with park-goers. Here they are posing outside the Lego Star Wars Miniland.
Imperial pilots brave the heat without their TIE Fighters at Legoland Malaysia.
A Jawa marches alongside the Rebels at Legoland Malaysia.
You can take part in a speed building competition at Legoland Malaysia for the chance to win the top prize: the new UCS Millennium Falcon. It's not easy -- you'll have to build an X-wing with just 2 by 8 Lego bricks.
The attack on Hoth is beautifully re-created using Lego inside the Lego Star Wars Miniland.
Here's another view from the shield generators.
A lone AT-ST is surrounded by Ewoks at the forest moon of Endor.
The arena just before the Battle of Geonosis.
The Millennium Falcon gets ready to escape from Docking Bay 97 at Mos Eisley space port.
Star Wars fans in Singapore took part in the Star Wars Run, an event which for the first time features alternate Light and Dark side routes. The event saw a healthy turn out of about 10,000 runners, with the iconic Singapore Flyer decked out in red and blue.
The runners of the Dark Side easily outnumbered those on the Light Side, and defectors were spotted.
Members from the 501st Legion, fans who dress up as Imperials, getting ready to do the run in the stifling heat.
Members of the Rebel Legion pose in front of the Light Side crowd at Singapore's Star Wars Run.
The crowd gets hyped up before the run.
He has a high chance of missing the shot.
A First Order Stormtrooper wastes no time in setting the pace of the run.
At the Royal Selangor's booth at the Star Wars run, you get to make your own Star Wars themed bowl from a flat piece of pewter.