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Phuket Cinema Guide

Phuket currently has three cinemas, SF Cinemacity Jungceyon in Patong, and SFX Coliseum (Central Festival) and Coliseum Paradise Multiplex, both located in Phuket City. All cinemas show a mixture of the latest Western, Asian and Thai movies. Western films are either in English with Thai subtitles or dubbed in Thai, Asian films are dubbed in Thai, and most Thai films have English subtitles. Check details carefully before you buy your ticket.

Show times are available for SF Cinemacity Jungceyon and SFX Coliseum. These change weekly, with new releases beginning on Thursdays. Both cinemas have movie hotlines which you can call to get updated movie schedules and book your tickets. The air-conditioning is usually turned up quite high so its advisable to wear a long-sleeved shirt if you get cold easily.

SF Cinemacity Jungceylon – Patong

SF Cinemacity is Phuket’s newest cinema and the first cinema in Patong. The cinema boasts 5 large screens and is located on the third floor of Jungceyon Shopping Complex above Robinsons Department Store. Prices start at 140 baht (Mon – Wed) and 160 baht (Thu – Sun) for regular seats. Call 076 600 555 to check movie times or see SF Cinemacity Jungceylon showtimes

SFX Coliseum (Central Festival) – Phuket City

SFX is located on the third floor of Central Festival Phuket. Billed as Phuket’s first world-class cinema, SFX is very modern and is equipped with the latest digital sound systems. As well as standard seats, some of the theatres have VIP seats, which are quite a bit larger and more comfortable. These are located in the last couple of rows. There is also a separate first-class theatre, with luxury seats and complimentary soft drinks and popcorn. Prices start at 120 Baht (Mon – Wed) and 140 baht (Thu – Sun) for regular seats. Call 076 209 000 to check movie times or see SFX Coliseum showtimes.

Coliseum Paradise Multiplex – Phuket City

Coliseum is the older of the two cinemas in Phuket City and is slightly cheaper, although the auditoriums have undergone a recent refurbishment and are on a par with the newer cinemas above. The target audience is predominantly local and as a result they show less films with English soundtracks than at Jungceylon or Central Festival. A couple of the theatres have VIP seats in the last two rows which are larger and more comfortable. Prices start at 90 Baht for regular seats.

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