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Would you pay $12 to take a power nap in a movie theatre?

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That’s what Golden Village is offering its customers. In a write-up explaining the product the movie-theatre chain said:

“Are you working around Suntec City Mall?

Are you feeling sleepy but couldn’t find a perfect place for a power nap?

If you fit the bill, join us at the Executives Zen Zone!

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On weekdays from 12pm – 1:30pm, enjoy a snooze on our luxurious, plush Gold Class recliners and a set meal at GV Suntec City Gold Class®!

Limited seats available, book now!”

The product, ‘Executive Zen Zone’ is having a limited run from 7 July to 28 Sept, Mondays to Fridays, 12pm – 1.30pm.

The price for one of this power nap sessions is $12 and it includes a set lunch. They even have a menu for you to choose from.

Menu (Choice of 1 x main dish & 1 x drink)

• Mushroom Ravioli with Pomodoro Sauce
• Thai Grilled Chicken thigh
• Seafood Penne with Lobster Sauce
• Gold Class Angus Burger
• Pizza – Hawaiian
• Fish & Chip
• Choice of Coke, Coke Zero, Sprite, Ice Lemon Tea or A&W Sarsaparilla.

The $12 you pay also entitles you to a free sleeping eye mask and 35% discount vouchers for Gold Class® dining.

Terms and conditions of the promotion by GV for its sleep-deprived, executive-class, customers (and other details) are here: https://www.gv.com.sg/GVMovieDetails#/movie/0259/cinema/80Follow us on Social Media

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