Shaw Lido Cineplex

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Shaw Lido Cineplex

Shaw Lido Cinema has a total of 11 halls, 7 of which are digital and Singapore's first IMAX Digital Theatre system.

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Venue name: Shaw Lido Cineplex
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Address: Shaw House 5/L and 6/L
350 Orchard Rd
Singapore
238868
Opening hours: 10am and will close half an hour after the last showtime in the evening
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