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Lilo & Stitch is a 2002 Walt Disney Pictures animated feature-film.



The Enchanted Tiki Room: Stitch Presents Aloha e Komo Mai![]

Stitch Encounter[]

Stitch's Great Escape[]

Stitch's Supersonic Celebration[]



There is a wooden sculpture of Stitch in this resort.[1] Attached to the sculpture is a school essay written by Lilo explaining the culture of Meles.[2]

Disney's Boardwalk[]

The removed Disney Vacation Club statue of Pleakley showed him as having a luggage sticker for the boardwalk.

Disney Springs[]

A large sculpture of Stitch marks one of the entrances to World of Disney, set in the market-place of Disney Springs, Florida.


Robo-Mart is shown to be selling Tom Morrow 2.0 in Stitch's Supersonic Celebration.

ExtraTERRORestrial Alien Encounter[]

In the defunct and disdained attraction Stitch's Great Escape!, the X-S Tech logo appeared on tech used by the Galactic Federation's prison-system. Notably its logo appeared on the chairs which guests would be strapped down in as Stitch burped in their face in a dark room for approximately five minutes. Additionally in this attraction was the character of Skippy locked in the same facility as Stitch, Skippy being a character from ExtraTERRORestrial. Stitch robbed X-S Tech's subsidiary RoboMart in the show Stitch's Supersonic Celebration.[3]

Disney's Polynesian Village Resort[]

Many of the shows and features of this resort are themed to Lilo & Stitch with both Lilo and Stitch being regularly encountered characters at the resort. Lilo's Playhouse is also a play-place in this resort which is named after Lilo.

The Timekeeper[]

The Timekeeper and 9-Eye are amongst the robots being sold by Robo-Mart in Stitch's Supersonic Celebration.[4]

Typhoon Lagoon[]

Lilo and Stitch have their own area in this park where they are fairly regularly encountered characters.

Walt Disney's Enchanted Tiki Room[]

Lilo and Stitch is the subject of the overlay The Enchanted Tiki Room: Stitch Presents Aloha e Komo Mai!. The show is hosted by the four birds of paradise - Hanoli, Manu, Mahina, and Waha Nui, where they sing Hawaiian-themed songs, including Hawaiian Rollercoaster Ride and Aloha, E komo Mai. The show is interrupted and disrupted by Stitch, pretending to be the Big Kahuna, so that he can be a part of the act.