1ST DRIVE-IN CINEMA IN KUALA LUMPUR

Against the backdrop of the Kuala Lumpur Tower, a row of vehicles appeared to fill the site of the NESCAFƒ M-Junction Kuala Lumpur Drive In Cinema which started operations at the Malaysia Tourism Center (MATIC) on July 29 Wednesday. The cinema can accommodate a maximum of 50 cars at a time and will screen local and international movies on a 4×9 meter LED screen. Only two visitors are allowed per car and spectators are asked to check their body temperature before being supplied with a portable speaker for live audio for the comfort and safety of the spectator car. To minimize movement, food orders can only be placed through the cashless online system and food and beverages will be delivered directly to the audience car. photo adib rawi yahya

Against the backdrop of the KLCC Tower, a row of vehicles appeared to fill the site of the NESCAFƒ M-Junction Kuala Lumpur Drive In Cinema which started operations at the Malaysia Tourism Center (MATIC) on July 29 Wednesday. The cinema can accommodate a maximum of 50 cars at a time and will screen local and international movies on a 4×9 meter LED screen. Only two visitors are allowed per car and spectators are asked to check their body temperature before being supplied with a portable speaker for live audio for the comfort and safety of the spectator car. To minimize movement, food orders can only be placed through the cashless online system and food and beverages will be delivered directly to the audience car. photo adib rawi yahya

A row of vehicles appeared to fill the site of the NESCAFƒ M-Junction Kuala Lumpur Drive In Cinema which started operations at the Malaysia Tourism Center (MATIC) on July 29 Wednesday. The cinema can accommodate a maximum of 50 cars at a time and will screen local and international movies on a 4×9 meter LED screen. Only two visitors are allowed per car and spectators are asked to check their body temperature before being supplied with a portable speaker for live audio for the comfort and safety of the spectator car. To minimize movement, food orders can only be placed through the cashless online system and food and beverages will be delivered directly to the audience car. photo adib rawi yahya

A row of vehicles appeared to fill the site of the NESCAFƒ M-Junction Kuala Lumpur Drive In Cinema which started operations at the Malaysia Tourism Center (MATIC) on July 29 Wednesday. The cinema can accommodate a maximum of 50 cars at a time and will screen local and international movies on a 4×9 meter LED screen. Only two visitors are allowed per car and spectators are asked to check their body temperature before being supplied with a portable speaker for live audio for the comfort and safety of the spectator car. To minimize movement, food orders can only be placed through the cashless online system and food and beverages will be delivered directly to the audience car. photo adib rawi yahya

A row of vehicles appeared to fill the site of the NESCAFƒ M-Junction Kuala Lumpur Drive In Cinema which started operations at the Malaysia Tourism Center (MATIC) on July 29 Wednesday. The cinema can accommodate a maximum of 50 cars at a time and will screen local and international movies on a 4×9 meter LED screen. Only two visitors are allowed per car and spectators are asked to check their body temperature before being supplied with a portable speaker for live audio for the comfort and safety of the spectator car. To minimize movement, food orders can only be placed through the cashless online system and food and beverages will be delivered directly to the audience car. photo adib rawi yahya

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