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Golden Village GV Tiong Bahru

Film Tiong Bahru

Time Out says

GOlden Village Tiong Bahru has 15 screens and 3D Digital halls.

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Address: #04-03/04, Tiong Bahru Plaza
302 Tiong Bahru Road
Singapore
168732
Price: FREE
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