As with most things Disney, the more you put into it, the more you get out of it. Batuu capitalizes on this.
At first, you enter the land and it’s just an Epcot World Showcase pavilion on steroids. The entrance is rather mundane (or lack of if coming from TSL). And everything just looks like mud, trees, and rocks. Then you hang around… Walk through the market, seeing small shops, as you glance to your right down the street you see stormtroopers harass someone …then you notice Rey darting around a corner…then Chewbacca moving through a crowd… you keep going until you come across the Millennium Falcon, framed by huge spires and buildings. As you’re admiring, someone brushes past you with a lightsaber clipped to their belt. Somewhere, you hear the distinct snap-hiss sound of another lightsaber igniting.
And that’s about the time you realize… that it’s not just a pavilion.
Batuu is essentially a sandbox. The whole thing is one big attraction. The datapad app, allowing you physically interact with the land’s props, makes it feel very Interactive. You can burn sooo much time doing the things in the app. The ships, the towers, and droids all actually interact with you. You can then go on missions through the land for an unseen entity and solve puzzles and even hack control panels (or swindle others who are doing the same thing).
How much time have I spent in Galaxy’s Edge? Easily Multiple full days. But it’s also a place that I can’t spend a ton of consecutive time in. It’s one of those “see and do everything you want until you get bored…then leave…then about 20 minutes later you want to go back and do it all again.”
Oga’s is fun but the crowd demand needs to rrrreally die down for it. when it’s wall-to-wall people, it’s not as fun.
MFSR is also fun, but a bit short. Still, being able to walk around in the falcon is a blast.
ROTR, as I’ve said, is growing on me. If I have to choose between it and MFSR, I’ll definitely choose Rise because it’s a longer experience and those CMs are just continually killin’ it.
Bottom Line: no one can tell you how much time you’ll end up spending there because no one knows how much you’re invested but you. BUT If I were you, I’d plan on 2 days, but have a backup handy…just in case it doesn’t float your boat (but judging from your avatar, I can’t really see that happening).
It’s the equivalent of a Space-Airport or Truckstop.