TGV Cinemas

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TGV Cinemas (formerly known as Tanjong Golden Village) is the second largest cinema chain in Malaysia after Golden Screen Cinemas.

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The biggest TGV cinema is located in Sunway Pyramid, with 12 screens and 2598 seats. It had been undergoing renovations, and now has an additional 2 screens, up from the previous amount of 10 screens. The second largest TGV cinema is TGV Suria KLCC with 12 screens and 2459 seats. It was previously the largest TGV cinema in Malaysia, before being surpassed by the one in Sunway Pyramid.

TGV cinemas' tickets can be bought via the telephone, internet or at all the cinema outlets in Malaysia. Ticket prices at TGV are between RM 5 to RM 15. The RM 15 tickets are usually for the couple seats of the cinema hall. However, ticket prices for digital 2D movies and digital 3D movies are between RM 13 to RM 21.

The latest cinema outlet at the 1st Avenue, Penang which officially opened at 8th January 2011. It houses 8 screening halls.

TGV Cinemas is to be on a rebranding exercise spree, launching their new concept first at TGV Wangsa Walk, followed by TGV Mesra Mall and also the other upcoming cinemas.

TGV Cinemas locations

TGV currently has 16 cinemas all over Peninsular Malaysia. The others 2 TGV Cinemas will be opening in the future. The cinemas are listed below.

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