Now showing "Stitch Presents 'Aloha E Komo Mai!'," a variation on the classic Enchanted Tiki Room show, but with the alien creature from the Hawaiian-themed Disney animated film "Lilo & Stitch" interrupting the show.
"Aloha E Komo Mai," which means "hello and welcome" in Hawaiian, debuted in 2008 and features music from the Lilo and Stitch movie and television series, in addition to excerpts of songs from the original Tiki Room show.
Better than the Magic Kingdom's redo with Zazu and Iago. There are some very cute effects used to blend Stitch into the show, and the Stitch figure is great. This is one of the only attractions that I came across that offered hand held translating devices that let us read along with the show as it was entirely in Japanese. I liked hearing some of the Lilo and Stitch songs worked into the show, but I was surprised that there were no songs from the classic Disney Enchanted Tiki Bird room. Still well worth a visit for Disney fans.