[Video] Take A Tour Of The All-New Golden Village Bugis+ Multiplex In 60 Seconds - 8days Skip to main content



[Video] Take A Tour Of The All-New Golden Village Bugis+ Multiplex In 60 Seconds

From Mar 13 to Mar 16, GV Bugis+ is offering patrons S$6 tickets! (It’s limited to 250 tix daily, though.)

[Video] Take A Tour Of The All-New Golden Village Bugis+ Multiplex In 60 Seconds

Golden Village has gone blue with its latest multiplex. Sorta.

The cinema operator opened its 15th outlet, GV Bugis+ on Level 5 of Bugis+ on Thursday (Mar 10).

GV Bugis+ isn’t really new per se: the premises used to belong to Filmgarde Bugis, which shuttered in February 2022.

It has eight halls, including two 40-seat Gold Class Express auditoriums. Of the six regular halls, Hall 8 is the biggest with 318 seats. GV Funan was the first to introduce the Gold Class Express halls in 2019.

A Gold Class Express ticket is a few dollars cheaper than a Gold Class one. A Gold Class admission costs S$32 (Mon-Wed, before 5pm), S$35 (Mon-Wed, after 5pm) and S$45 (Thur-Sun, Public Holiday eve, public holiday and sneaks).

A Gold Class Express ticket, on the other hand, goes for S$28 (Mon-Wed, before 5pm), S$31 (Mon-Wed, after 5pm) and S$41 (Thur-Sun, Public Holiday eve, public holiday and sneaks).

Think of the difference between flying Business and First Class.

A new reign: The moment you step into the cinema, you see this stunning dome gesture centrepiece housing the ceiling of the atrium as well as the die-cut panels on the lobby walls. Which is lovely if you’re an architectural nerd, but for this writer, the lobby is a tad too sterile. (Has anyone been to GV Katong?) Maybe it’ll feel more like a cinema when the place is crowded. Bring out the standees and light boxes! It needs more cowbells!

Class act: This is one of two Gold Class Express halls, each with 40 seats. The seats are leatherette electronic recliners, with a leg rest that can be adjusted to 90 degrees. Oh yes, each seat has its own USB charging port. You can now live-tweet your review of Shazam! Fury of the Gods, without worrying about draining your phone.

GV Bugis+ is also home to Azul, a restaurant that offers a wide selection of Spanish and Mexican cuisine. Click here for the menu, which includes starts, mains sides, desserts and drinks (alcoholic and non-alcoholic). The price range for mains is S$17- S$20.

By the way, Azul means blue in Spanish, which explains the blue-hued décor in the Gold Class Express halls as well as the lounge. It sounds so classy to say Azul, doesn’t it? (If you’re a Bishanite, say it three times and you’ll be forgiven for any queue-skipping transgressions.) 

To mark its opening, GV Bugis+ is offering patrons who use DBS PayLah! for ticket purchases will be entitled to S$9 movie tix from Mar 10-12, and $6 from Mar 13-16. There's a catch, though: the deal is limited to 250 tix a day.

Tix can be purchased through PayLah!, the IGV app, or the GV website.

So, if Shazam! Fury of the Gods, out on Mar 16, sounds like a movie you’d only pay S$6 for, then this offer has your name on it.  

Elsewhere, on Mar 16, the first 200 patrons who make a walk-in purchase of a minimum of two tickets will receive a goodie bag — which includes Shazam!-related premiums — worth S$70.

Before you make your way down to GV Bugis+, here’s a quick tour of the place.

01:00 Min

A tour of Golden Village Bugis+ in 60 seconds.

Photos: Golden Village

Video filmed & edited by Pyron Tan



Want More? Check These Out

You May Also Like