List of cinemas in Singapore

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This is a list of cinemas in Singapore. All of Singapore's cinemas are fully digital, with the majority of them equipped with Dolby Surround 7.1 speakers.[1]

Cinemas[edit]

Carnival Cinemas[edit]

A branch of the Indian cinema chain. Specialises in screening movies from the Indian subcontinent and some Malay and Indonesian films.[2]

Cinema Screens Seats Remarks
Shaw Tower 2 1200 N/A
Golden Mile 1 1000

Cathay Cineplexes[edit]

Second largest cinema chain in Singapore. Popular among families and youths.[3]

Cinema Screens Seats Remarks
Cineleisure Orchard 12 2005 Includes 2 Platinum Movie Suites halls and a couples only hall.
Causeway Point 7 1307 Formerly operated by Studio City Cinemas as a 10 screen cineplex.
Downtown East 6 970 N/A
AMK Hub 8 1784
Jem 10 1596 Includes 2 Platinum Movie Suites halls,
a Dolby Atmos hall and Ultima seats.
Parkway Parade 7 898 Has assistive listening devices provided for the deaf.
The Cathay 8 1812 Includes a Platinum Movie Suites hall.
West Mall 6 1006 Includes Elite Club seating. Formerly operated by WE Cinemas.

Eaglewings Cinematics[edit]

An independent cinema showing the latest blockbusters.[4]

Cinema Screens Seats Remarks
King Albert Park Mall 4 153 Has 2 premium halls

Filmgarde Cineplexes[edit]

A subsidiary of Jack Investment Pte Ltd.[5]

Cinema Screens Seats Remarks
Bugis+ 8 1383 N/A
Century Square 6 ~1000 Formerly operated by Shaw Theatres.
Leisure Park Kallang 6 822 N/A

Golden Village[edit]

Largest cinema chain in Singapore. A joint venture between Golden Harvest (HK) and Village Roadshow Pictures (Australia)[6]

Cinema Screens Seats Remarks
Bedok 6 576 All halls feature leatherette seats.
Bishan Junction 8 6 1136 D-Box seats in Halls 1 and 2.
Capitol Theatre 1 800 Only operates from December to March every year.
City Square Mall 6 1082 Includes a Gemini hall.
Grand, Great World 6 1455 Includes a Gold Class hall,
a Gemini hall
and ANZ Grand Seats in Hall 6.
Jurong Point 6 1417 N/A
112 Katong 8 921 Includes 2 Gold Class halls.
Peranakan themed cinema.
Paya Lebar (SingPost Centre) 8 756 Includes a Duo-Deluxe hall
Regular halls equipped with ProBax seats.
Plaza Singapura 10 1715 N/A
Suntec City 11 1390 Includes 3 Gold Class halls.
Regular halls equipped with ProBax seats.
Formerly operated by WE Cinemas as a 5-screen cineplex.
Tampines Mall 8 1751 All halls equipped with ProBax seats
Tiong Bahru Plaza 5 853 All halls equipped with Induction Loop technology for the deaf.
VivoCity 15 2172 Includes a GVMax hall (also a Dolby Atmos hall)
and 3 Gold Class halls.
Yishun 10 10 1477 First multiplex in Singapore and Asia.

The Projector[edit]

An independent cinema specialising in showcasing arts and indie films.[7]

Cinema Screens Seats Remarks
The Projector @ Golden Mile 2 300 Hall 1 - The Green Room
Hall 2 - The Redrum.

Shaw Theatres[edit]

Oldest cinema chain in Singapore. Only operator to exclusively operate IMAX screens in Singapore.[8]

Cinema Screens Seats Remarks
Lido 11 1981 Includes a digital IMAX 3D screen.
JCube 7 1015
Waterway Point 11 1456
Jewel Changi Airport 11 833 Includes a laser projected digital IMAX 3D screen,
2 Shaw lumiere halls,
a family-friendly Dreamers hall and
selected halls with DTS:X surround sound.
Balestier 6 1274 N/A
Lot One 4 1026
Nex 10 1285 Includes 2 Shaw Premiere halls.
Seletar Mall 8 754 N/A

WE Cinemas[edit]

Formerly known as Eng Wah Cinemas.[9]

Cinema Screens Seats Remarks
321 Clementi 10 728 Includes a First Class hall
and a Dolby Atmos hall.

Upcoming cinemas[edit]

Cinema Operator Opening date Screens Seats Remarks
Funan Golden Village June 2019 7 TBA First cinema in Singapore to have a multi dimensional cinematic experience.
Paya Lebar Quarter Shaw Theatres September 2019 12 TBA Will include a digital IMAX 3D screen.

Defunct cinemas[edit]

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