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Types of cinema halls and seats in Malaysia


Date Posted: 28 April 2017

With a plethora of new cinemas cropping up almost in every corner of the country every year, Malaysian moviegoers are no doubt spoilt for choice when it comes to choosing the perfect cinemas to indulge in cinematic pleasure. It's not just the quantity but the quality. As more cinemas open nationwide, the exhibitors also introduce various kinds of hall and seat types to keep things fresh and attractive to consumers, thus improving the quality of cinematic offerings. No babysitters for your kids this weekend? No worries, bring your little ones along to one of the kid-friendly halls! Want to fully immerse yourself in a movie? Try the new MX4D seats which give you motion and live special effects! Think that bigger is always better? Catch a movie in IMAX or Big Screen! Confused with all these different options? Check out below the types of halls and seats available in Malaysia:


There's nothing more satisfactory than watching your favourite movie on the big screen, and if you like it as big as possible, then TGV Cinemas IMAX Hall (RM26-66) is one of your best bets. The enormous screen spans wall-to-wall and floor-to-ceiling. Movies can be enjoyed whether in 2D or 3D (Photo source: TGV Cinemas).



MBO Cinemas' answer to IMAX is its MBO Big Screen hall (RM14-32), which features a massive screen that stretches 20 meters wide and 11 meters in height. MBO Big Screen can be found at MBO Cinemas The Starling and MBO Cinemas Elements Mall, Malacca (Photo source: The Starling).



GSC Cinemas' big screen hall is known as GSC Maxx (RM10-27). The hall type is currently available at GSC IOI City Mall, Putrajaya and GSC Ipoh Parade.


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Writer: Florey DM




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