Terengganu's first cineplex
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Terengganu's first cineplex

23 Sep – TGV Cinemas will offer free screenings for the first two sessions (11am, 1pm) on the opening day of its Kemaman outlet in Mesra Mall this Saturday, 25 September 2010. There will also be some concessions promo for the public and it is understood that there will be an official launch for industry players, partners and the media on a later date.

TGV Cinemas CEO Kenny Wong was quoted in a press release as saying: "TGV Cinemas is passionate about bringing a wholesome and entertaining movie experience to everyone, Malaysians and visitors alike and with this new multiplex, Kemaman folks will now be able to take in first hand the magic that TGV Cinemas has to offer. TGV Mesra Mall features a new contemporary design that is based on a vibrant and youthful concept which is in line with TGV Cinemas' efforts to appeal to the younger ones or the young at heart. This new look was first introduced at our TGV Wangsa Walk multiplex which opened to rave reviews in April this year."

According to other sources from TGV Cinemas, the 3-screen location is located on the ground floor of the mall and there will be plans to commit another two screens to the premises in the future. Mesra Mall, reportedly a RM 100 million ultra-modern shopping complex built on a 12ha site, opened its doors to shoppers in the Kerteh petroleum town back in October 2008 and promises to be a new landmark for shoppers and tourists coming to Terengganu, according to its website. With Suria KLCC Sdn Bhd managing the operations, the complex is developed by KLCC (Holdings) Sdn Bhd through its two subsidiaries - Metro Kemasik Sdn Bhd and KLCC Projek Sdn Bhd.

According to the press release, the outlet is also disabled-friendly where there will be toilets specifically designed for the disabled as well as a ramp leading from the foyer to the cinema halls meant for wheelchair users. E-ticketing facility for TGV Mesra Mall is to be available from the opening day onwards on TGV's website.

TGV Cinemas has had a shot in the arm recently, launching their new-look outlet in Wangsa Maju, closing a few outlets temporarily for renovation, adding several 3D projectors to their existing locations and also putting up their presence on social media like Facebook and Twitter.

To date, TGV has approximately 15 multiplexes with 114 screens and 23,000 seats in its fold.



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