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Claiming to give Bangkokians an all-new movie experience, Quartier Cine-Art consists of four cinemas, each pioneering new technology that you can’t find elsewhere in Thailand.

With nine projectors and three screens, True Screen X offers viewers an immersive 270-degree field of vision (B350/person or B800/couple for the opera chair).

The more luxurious AEON Theater @Quartier offers bed-like seating with a blanket, as well as a pre-movie meal (Western or Japanese set menu) from Dean & Deluca. This cinema also claims to offer visual quality that’s 20 times clearer and brighter than normal systems. Tickets are B1,000/person or B1,800/couple.

The five-story-tall Toyota Imax is priced at B300-B400/person or B1,200 for Ultimate IMAX (pair).

Meanwhile, SCB First Screen makes up for its normal look with its sound quality powered by as many as 64 in-house speakers (tickets start from B200 on weekdays).

Don’t be alarmed at the SCB ticketing window—the cinema is serviced by a cute-faced CineRobot.

See also: Bangkok's best VIP cinemas


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Phone: 02-261-0199
Quartier Cine-Art, 4/F, Emquartier, Sukhumvit Rd., Bangkok, Thailand


Nearest Train:

BTS Phrom Phong

Opening Hours:

daily 10am-10pm
Quartier Cine-Art



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