TGV Family Friendly allows kids to make noise during movies

TGV Cinemas Family Friendly launch

TGV Cinemas now offers Family Friendly sessions for parents to comfortably enjoy movies with their children

There are 2 types of parents – those who are inconsiderate enough to watch an entire movie while their children are either crying or making a lot of noise (to be fair, some inconsiderate grownups talk out loud too), and those who had to stop going to the movies as they’re too worried that their toddlers would disturb the others in the hall. Well here’s the good news, TGV Cinemas have recently launched Family Friendly, a new concept specially thought out for parents with kids.

The exclusive TGV Cinemas Family Friendly sessions provides a conducive setting for parents and their children to engage with one another and be themselves throughout the entire movie without any inhibition. These sessions are carried out with lower movie audio volume and brighter hall lights for the comfort of toddlers as well as diaper-changing table for parents’ convenience. Clear house rules are outlined outside the hall – beware of crying babies and running toddlers, kids are allowed to ask questions and kids are allowed to move around within the hall.

TGV Family Friendly diaper tables

Now that the parents have this, I hope I won’t ever have to hear kids crying or talking out loud in the cinema hall, any where, ever again. It’s annoying as hell, especially when the parents don’t even bother walking out of the hall when their babies are crying non-stop! So please, parents who like to bring their kids to the movies, go for TGV Family Friendly instead.

Currently, the TGV Cinemas Family Friendly sessions are available only at TGV Cinemas 1 Utama on weekends with mixture of latest releases, blockbuster titles and classic children movies throughout the year. TGV may be extending this concept to its other locations soon as well. Ticket price for parents is only RM7/seat and kids below 12 watch for free.

TGV Cinemas Family Friendly session

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  1. Ivan Chan

    Now this is a concept that I am in favor with. Hopefully parents with kids that they cannot control would opt for this and be considerate to others.

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