The Cathay Cineplex

Film City Hall

Located in the Cathay are Cathay Cineplex and Cathay Gallery plus the usual shops and eateries including The Cathay Restaurant and Ebar.

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Venue name: The Cathay Cineplex
Contact:
Address: The Cathay, Levels 5 & 6
2 Handy Road
Singapore
229233
Opening hours: Opens at 10am and will close half an hour after the last showtime in the evening
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