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Golden Village GV Paya Lebar

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grab and Gold café
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Duo Deluxe hall

Time Out says

The first ever laser projection multiplex makes its home at Golden Village's Paya Lebar outlet at Singpost Centre's shopping mall. Featuring eight auditoriums and 756 seats in total, the theatre uses Barco Smart Laser Projection to provide clearer images and high quality visual effects for film fans. The cinema also introduces its Duo Deluxe hall, a cosy auditorium with twin leatherette couches that sits 58. But that's not all to this opulent east side theatre house – movie-goers can indulge in its grab and Gold café, which doles out standard western fare like truffle fries ($8), chicken bolognese pasta ($9) and tuna mayo sandwich ($7.50).

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