The Philippines' First Float-in Cinema Opens This December
Catching a movie has taken a completely different meaning amid the pandemic. There are plenty of streaming services for binge-watching on the weekends. Local film festivals have figured out an on-demand scheme to simulate the feel of a busy movie week, except you're still in your pajamas. A mall in Pasay City opened a drive-in cinema in September to ensure that moviegoers are far away from other people as possible. McKinley Hill in Taguig is taking things a bit further by launching the first and only float-in cinema in the Philippines.
Megaworld has recently reopened their mall cinemas at Southwoods Mall in Laguna and Festive Walk in Iloilo. They're implementing a one-seat apart policy with a limited number of customers per screening. Buying tickets online and contactless transactions are encouraged.
Photo from Facebook/McKinley Hill; for illustrative purposes only.
McKinley Hill Float-in Cinema opens in December. Tickets, which are available through Megaworld Cinemas' website, are at P500/head. For updates, follow Megaworld Cinemas on Facebook
This story originally appeared on Spot.ph. Minor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors.