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There is unlikely to be a more comfortable cinema in Johor Bahru when it comes to catching the latest movies. Richly decorated, this movie haven houses five screens which boast more than 1,400 excellent, well-designed seats, ample leg room and state-of-the-art sound systems. Daily screenings are advertised in local newspapers such as The Star. Popcorn and soft drinks are on sale at the lobby. Telephone bookings and credit-card payments are accepted.
Opened in December l999, Sun Plaza is a one-stop deal for those who not only need to shop but have errands to do as well. Here, you can go to the Sembawang Community Library, post a letter at the Office Mart-Singapore Post Sembawang branch, buy groceries or meet up with a friend for a drink. Do remember to check out the NTUC Supermarket in the basement, it also serves as a gourmet shop with its own "Just Health Food" corner and a special section for wine and liquor. Choose from a range of clothing and lingerie stores, jewelry boutiques and sporting goods' store among others. Catch a movie as you unwind and relax with your family or loved ones.
Located in a huge shopping complex popular with families, this is the first suburban cineplex to be opened by the Cathay cinema chain. Featuring the chain's most advanced ticketing system, it also has Vista Kiosks (without staff) where customers can purchase tickets using their credit cards. Its 10 screens show a mix of mainstream Hollywood films and Mandarin movies. All halls are wheelchair accessible and equipped with Sony Dynamic Digital Sound. Refreshments are available at the snack counters and the mall's many food outlets.
Opened in May 1992, this 10-screen cinema was the first to introduce Singaporeans to the multiplex experience, attracting two and a half million movie-goers in its first year. Even today, it remains highly popular with residents in the area. It screens mostly mainstream Hollywood films. There is a snack counter serving popcorn, potato crisps and drinks, as well as a couple of fast food outlets. The Northpoint Shopping Centre next door offers a wider range of food choices.
Located in the mall of an outlying housing estate, this cineplex opened in 1996 with four screens. Choa Chu Kang Cineplex attracts a good crowd from the neighborhood, families drawn by the mall's many attractions. Equipped with DTS and Dolby Surround, each hall provides a seat for the handicapped. Films screened here tend to be the usual Hollywood blockbusters, with the occasional Mandarin film thrown in. Refreshments are provided by the concession stand, while heavier fare can be sought from the mall's many food and beverage outlets.
Located in a refurbished shopping complex in the center of a suburban housing estate, this four-screen cineplex screens a mix of Mandarin and mainstream English films. One of the smaller cinemas around, Eng Wah - Jubilee is as comfortable as those in the city center, but generally less crowded and noisy, which means that you can usually get a ticket, even at the last minute. There is the requisite concession stand as well as food outlets nearby for that mandatory tête à tête after the movie.