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Types of cinema halls and seats in Malaysia

Writer: Florey DM

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:

Looking for seats slightly more comfortable than the standard ones but not as wallet-breaking as the luxury ones? Pick the premier halls instead. GSC Premiere Class (RM12-38), only available at GSC Signature @ The Gardens, GSC Berjaya Times Square and GSC Gurney Plaza, is a lot like Gold Class with its lounge area and adjoining washrooms. The seats come with attached tray at the side (Photo source: GSC Cinemas).

Pictured above is MBO Cinemas Premier Hall(RM45), equipped with Premier Seats: reclining sofa leather chairs with movable tables facing a wall to wall screen. It is available at MBO Cinemas' newest location, The Starling, and MBO Cinemas The Spring Kuching (Photo source: MBO Cinemas).

Similar to premiere halls, TGV Cinemas LUXE halls (RM24-48) features comfortable plush seats with wide armrests and specially designed tables attached to the seats. LUXE is available at TGV 1 Utama, TGV Sunway Pyramid and TGV Bukit Indah (Photo source: TGV Cinemas).

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Cinema Online, 28 April 2017

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