TGV Cinemas

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TGV Cinemas Sdn Bhd
தி.ஜி.வி சினிமா
Private
Industry Media, Entertainment
Founded June 28, 1994 (1994-06-28)[1]
Headquarters Maxis Tower, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Key people
Yeoh Oon Lai(CEO)[2]
Products Cinemas, Film distribution
Parent Tanjong PLC
Website www.tgv.com.my

TGV Cinemas Sdn Bhd (formerly known as Tanjong Golden Village) is the second largest cinema chain in Malaysia. As of March 2018, TGV Cinemas has 34 multiplexes with 268 screens and more than 45,000 seats.[3] TGV Cinemas is headquartered at Maxis Tower, Kuala Lumpur.[4]

Overview[edit]

TGV Cinemas a wholly owned subsidiary of Tanjong Public Limited Company. Since inception in 1995, TGV Cinemas has grown to become one of Malaysia’s premier film exhibition companies and established its name as a pioneer of cinema industry and owner of premier multiplexes in Malaysia.

TGV Cinemas has refurbished some of our flagship locations to give it a fresh look, mainly to adopt a more welcoming, vibrant, contemporary ambiance. Some of the cinema halls were redesigned and renovated to maximise the space. Aside from the facelift, TGV Cinemas is 100% digital. Cinema-goers can enjoy unmatched brightness, sharpness and superior images in high definition contents such as films, documentaries and other alternative content in superior quality.

TGV Cinemas caters to a wide variety of audience:

1) IMAX - Through TGV Cinemas' exclusive partnership with IMAX Corporation®, they have introduced a truly immersive cinematic experience, allowing movie-goers to enjoy movies like never before. Boasting crystal clear images coupled with massive screens and impeccable digital sound system, IMAX delivers its promise of creating a unique environment for an unparalleled cinematic experience.

2) INDULGE - Exclusively in TGV Cinemas One Utama & Sunway Velocity, INDULGE is designed to house exclusive cinema halls fitted with luxurious seating, comforter blankets, and in-hall service with tablet ordering features.

3) Beanie - Malaysia’s first innovative concept cinema, which features colourful bed size beanbags (as opposed to seats or bed).

4) LUXE - Spacious and comfortable seats with wider leg room and added plush twin seats equipped with privacy wings for those who value their space.

5) Chill*X Diner - An extension of the Candy Bar, Chill*X Diner offers a variety of hot foods for individuals and families, ranging from burgers to wraps. All food and beverages purchased at Chill*X Diner can be brought into TGV Cinemas halls.

List of TGV Cinemas locations[edit]

TGV currently has 36 locations in Malaysia: 32 in Peninsular Malaysia and 2 in Sarawak.

Cinema Screens/Halls Seats Location Opening Year Digital Hall Beanieplex Cantina IMAX LUXE 4DX
1Utama 10 1671 Petaling Jaya 1995 (Reopened in December 2012 during Christmas)
ÆON Bukit Raja Shopping Centre 8 1428 Klang 1995
Sunway Pyramid 11 1634 Petaling Jaya 1997
ÆON Kinta City Shopping Centre 6 1176 Ipoh 1997
The Mines 5 1024 Seri Kembangan 1997
Suria KLCC 12 2459 Kuala Lumpur 1998
ÆON Seremban 2 Shopping Centre 7 1204 Seremban 2005
ÆON Tebrau City Shopping Centre 10 1999 Johor Bahru 2006
ÆON Metro Prima Shopping Centre 6 1342 Kuala Lumpur 2007
ÆON Cheras Selatan Shopping Centre 8 1333 Balakong 2007
ÆON Bukit Tinggi 10 1925 Klang 2008
Wangsa Walk Mall 9 1628 Kuala Lumpur 2010
Mesra Mall 5 782 Kerteh 2010
1st Avenue 8 1304 Penang 2011
1Shamelin 8 1693 Cheras 2011
Setia Walk 9 1935 Puchong 2012
ÆON Rawang Shopping Centre 8 1301 Rawang 2012
ÆON Bukit Indah 9 1628 Johor Bahru 2012
ÆON Ipoh Station 18 Shopping Centre 8 1610 Ipoh 2012
Gurney Paragon 9 1298 Penang 2014
Cheras Sentral 8 1243 Cheras 2014
Encorp Strand Mall 8 1054 Petaling Jaya 2014
Permaisuri Imperial City Mall 8 1260 Miri 2014
AEON Seri Manjung 7 1210 Manjung 2014
AEON Kulaijaya 5 1203 Kulai 2014
AEON Taiping 7 1287 Taiping 2015
Sunway Putra Mall 6 1057 Kuala Lumpur 2015
D'pulze 8 1118 Cyberjaya 2015
AEON AU2 Setiawangsa 6 1266 Setiawangsa 2015
ÆON Bukit Mertajam 5 1089 Bukit Mertajam 2015
Vivacity Megamall 8 1196 Kuching 2016
Sunway Velocity Mall 9 1638 Cheras 2016
IFC Shopping Centre 12 1530 Cheras 2005 (Reopening in Summer 2018)
Central I City Shopping Centre 12 1526 Klang 2019
IPC Shopping Centre 11 1213 Petaling Jaya Q3 2019 #
Toppen Shopping Centre 13 1630 Johor Bahru 2019

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Tanjong PLC Announcements". Retrieved 6 December 2017. 
  2. ^ "GST won't affect ticket sales, says TGV Cinemas". Retrieved 8 November 2015. 
  3. ^ "TGV Cinemas". Retrieved 8 November 2015. 
  4. ^ "Company Overview of TGV Cinemas Sdn Bhd". Retrieved 8 November 2015. 

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