Good news Kuala Terengganu folks! You’ll be getting your first cinema in 22 years.
The Malay Mail Online reported that Terengganu’s capital city has not had a cinema in more than 2 decades. But that’s all about to change this weekend when Lotus Five Star Cinemas opens its doors to movie-goers.
Located at Paya Bunga Sentral (which is part of the Paya Bunga commercial complex), Lotus Five Star (LFS) Cinemas was originally supposed to open last year but ended up being delayed. The grand opening tomorrow (Saturday, 18th March) comes just in time for the school holidays.
The LFS PB Sentral is equipped with Dolby Atmos surround sound technology. The cinema also has a total of 11 halls and can house up to a seating capacity of 1631. However, only 6 cinema halls will be open first. The remaining 5 halls will be available on a later date.
The local Malay action-packed “J Revolusi” will get the honours of being the 1st movie screened at LFS PB Sentral. Shortly after, local residents will get to enjoy the latest released films such as “Logan“, “Kong: Skull Island”, “Attraction”, “Kanang Anak Langkau”, “Power Rangers”, “Life”, “Ghost in the Shell”, and more.
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Source: MMO via Cinema Online.