Driving into fun nights at the movies

(From left) Phan, Ammar and Cheng launching Drive-In Cinema Malaysia at Matic in Jalan Ampang. The movies will be screened from Sept 19 to Nov 1 at Bukit Kiara Equestrian and Country Club Resort.

YOU can now enjoy watching a blockbuster from the comfort of your vehicle, thanks to Drive-In Cinema Malaysia.

The experience will be happening at Bukit Kiara Equestrian and Country Club Resort in Kuala Lumpur from Sept 19 to Nov 1.

Perk Idea Sdn Bhd managing director Phan Kok Hing said the cinema would screen films by established studios.

“There will also be themed events such as women’s empowerment, sports and action film nights and we encourage moviegoers to dress accordingly, ” he said.

Phan explained that vehicles would be parked in a curved formation facing the screen.“Larger vehicles would be parked at the back and smaller ones at the front.

We can accommodate up to 200 vehicles per screening.“Guests are advised to arrive between 7.30pm and 8.30pm as the movie will start at 9pm sharp, ” he said at the launch which was held at Malaysia Tourism Information Centre (Matic) in Jalan Ampang, Kuala Lumpur.

Also present were event project director Cheng Jie Wei and Tourism Malaysia domestic and events division senior director Datuk Dr Ammar Abd Ghapar.

“The drive-in cinema will serve as a great pull for local tourism and it is also a safer way to enjoy movies in light of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, ” said Ammar.

Tickets are priced at RM189 (Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays), RM169 (Wednesdays) and RM199 (Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays).

An admission ticket is for two people per vehicle.

For details, visit www.perk.com.my or www.ticketcharge.com.my

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