Resorts World Genting
Thanks to the wonderful invitation, I recently get to experience the new IMAX and Gold Class with D-BOX halls at Bona Cinemas in Resorts World Genting, where audiences able to immerse themselves even further inside the thrilling realm of motion pictures.
Bona Cinemas is located on Level 1 of SkyAvenue mall in Resorts World Genting. The cinema has a total of 6 halls, covering 38,848 square feet. All halls are equipped with the latest Dolby Atmos sound system for maximum cinematic immersion.
The cinema’s Gold Class with D-BOX hall can seat up to 48 viewers. A first in the Malaysian market, Bona Cinemas has combined the luxurious pleasure of Gold Class VIP seats with the dynamic feedback of D-BOX technology.
Look, my seat is equipped with the D-BOX patented motion system with 4 levels of intensity control, which swivels and tilts on a 2-axis configuration to bring the viewer into the thick of the action.
I also impress with its latest Dolby Atmos audio system that wraps the audience with 3-dimensional sound, making guests truly feel like they are part of the scene – along for the ride in thrilling chase sequences and feeling the weight of every single impact, whether physical or emotional.
“The movies are about dreams, imagination, art and, to a certain extent, escapism. Our audiences in Resorts World Genting will be able to enjoy the latest films in these awesome settings with the best of technology,” said Dato’ Edward Holloway, Executive Vice President of Leisure & Hospitality, Resorts World Genting.
“Whether in the awe-inspiring expanse of IMAX or the engaging luxury of the seats, the experience of watching movies at Bona Cinemas is really impressive and innovative. Films are a gateway to a universe crafted by imagination and creativity, and with the addition of our IMAX and Gold Class with D-BOX halls, there is no better gateway into cinematic perfection in Malaysia than at Bona Cinemas in Resorts World Genting.”
One of only a handful of IMAX screens in Malaysia, Bona Cinemas IMAX hall seats an audience of up to 250 viewers, each one encased in a bubble of audio-visual paradise that propels the movie-watching experience to a whole new level.
The collaboration between Resorts World Genting and China’s Bona Film Group, Bona Cinemas was unveiled earlier this year as the Chinese film giant’s first foray into the Malaysian market.
Bona Film Group is an integrated film and television production, distribution company and exhibition company, being the first private firm to receive a film distribution licence from the Chinese state in 1999. From there, Bona has now become one of China’s largest film production houses, having funded and created over 230 films.
Since its opening, Bona Cinemas has proven to be incredibly successful, offering guests the opportunity to watch hit movies in Mandarin, Cantonese, English, Korean and Thai in plush comfort with cutting-edge audio-visual technology.
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