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Golden Village GV VivoCity

Film Habourfront

Time Out says

Golden Village Vivocity has 15 screens and 3D Digital halls. It includes the fantastic Gold Class with reclining 'business class' seats, service and lounge. Also houses the CInema Europa and the GV Max screen  - 22.4 metres wide.

Located at Vivocity.

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Address: VivoCity, Levels 2 & 3
1 Harbourfront Walk
Singapore
098585
Price: FREE
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