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List of Cinemas near Kowloon – Catch the Best of the Silverscreen while in Kowloon

Kowloon, located in northern Hong Kong, is one of Hong Kong's most popular destinations. While Kowloon has many attractions, it also has many great cinemas to keep movie-goers totally satisfied.


The Grand Cinema

The Grand Cinema is arguably the best cinema in Hong Kong. Located within the Elements shopping complex in West Kowloon, The Grand Cinema is actually a state-of-the-art Cineplex offering its patrons one of the best cinema experiences in Hong Kong. There are 12 individual cinemas at The Grand Cinema all varying in size and facilities. While the best and biggest cinemas show the best blockbusters, you can find several local movies and other films being screened at each of the other cinemas. With such a large number of cinemas, you can be assured of finding a great movie to go and watch at The Grand Cinema. The comfortable seats and great facilities of this cinema further add to the overall movie-experience offered by this cinema. The best way to access The Grant Cinema is by taking the Tung Chung line to the Kowloon MRT station and thereafter making a short walk to the cinema.


iSquare IMAX

Located within the iSquare Shopping Centre down Nathan Road, just 10 minutes away from the Dorsett Mongkok Hong Kong, iSquare IMAX is a highly reputed cinema. Known for having some the best IMAX movie screening facilities, you can be assured that all the latest blockbusters are screened at iSquare IMAX. With its comfy seats, spacious lobby areas and wide range of amenities, having an unforgettable and immersive movie experience is something you can certainly expect here. Although tickets at this cinema are somewhat on the pricy side, it certainly does amount to a value-for-money ticket given the quality of the experience it offers.


Century Cinema

A cinema with a bit of history, the Century Cinema was built in 1974. Located in Mei Foo Sun Chuen, the Century Cinema has two cinemas, the main hall which can seat over 1700 people, and the mini hall, which can seat 400 people. The cinema is known for showing both English and Chinese films, and also has several other facilities to enhance your movie experience.


Broadway Cinematheque

Easily accessible from most hotels in Kowloon Hong Kong, Broadway Cinematheque is not the place to be if you are looking for the latest blockbusters. Instead, it is a cinema that has become a cornerstone of the hipster culture, with the cinema screening several movies in that niche genre. It is a place that many young people meet, as the Broadwat Cinematheque is also home to a bookstore, a DVD store and even a café. The Broadway Cinematheque is located at the start of Public Square Street in Yau Ma Tei.



This cinema has the reputation of being the first drive-in cinema in Hong Kong. Ever since it was opened to the public in 2007, Drive-In has been a popular cinema. Located down Austin Road, Kowloon, it has two screens, each of which has 40 fixed seats in addition to a drive-in area large enough for approximately 100 cars. With facilities such as free WiFi and free SMS delivery of movie snacks, Drive-In strives to make your movie experience truly one of a kind!


AMC Festival Walk Cinema

The AMC Festival Cinema has been a famous landmark on Tat Chee Avenue for movie-goers since 1998. With a total of 11 screens and a total capacity of over 1800 seats, the AMC Festival Walk Cinema is a great place to go and catch a movie in the evening. With great audio-visual quality, a wide variety of English and Chinese movies to choose from, and several other facilities, AMC Festival Walk Cinema is a cinema worth checking out.

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