Car park can accommodate all types of cars. Types of cars include sedans. station wagons, mini vans, sports, and luxury vehicles that are equipped to seat not more than 12 adults, and does not exceed the height restrictions of the car park.
Buses are classified as motor vehicles that can carry more than 12 passengers with a gross vehicle mass over 4.5 tonnes to a maximum of 8 tonnes. Parking spaces for buses are available in current car park.
Long Term Car Parks are car parks where you can park your vehicle for a longer period of time ranging from a day to weeks. These car parks offer cheaper parking rates for longer stays. The longer the stay, the more value you get. They may provide other services including courtesy shuttle to and from the airport, valet parking, and car detailing and maintenance.
Short Term Car Park are car parks ideal for a few minutes to a day of parking. Parking fees are usually on a per hour basis, although most of these car parks can accommodate more than a day of parking. The rates are higher compared to other parking options.
Car parks that are open 24 hours provide extra security for your car such as CCTV camera, and roving security personnel. You can park and pick up your car at any time with no added costs except for the parking fee. They may also provide services such as shuttle to and from the airport, car maintenance, valet parking, and key storage facility.
Indoor car parks are covered car parks for both short term or long term parking. Despite a slightly higher cost compared to outdoor parking, you can enjoy more benefits including CCTV coverage, roving security patrol, shuttle services to and from the airport, and protection of your car from the elements.
Outdoor Car Parks are car parks that are ground-level, open air and open sided, providing natural lighting and does not need ventilation systems or air ducts. These car parks have cheaper operational costs as they save on electricity consumption which spells savings for users. Most of these car parks are fenced for extra security measure.
Credit or debit cards can be used to pay for parking fees here. Major CC vendors accepted.
Cash payment is when you pay in cash for your parking fee. By using this form of payment, you will have to make a cost estimate depending on how many hours or days you will be parking your vehicle. Payment is made when exiting the car park which means you have to make sure you have cash on hand.
CCTV is a closed-circuit television which produces images or recordings for a number of surveillance and other monitoring private purposes. These are used by car parks to ensure the safety and security of vehicles 24/7. These are strategically located all over the car park and are monitored by security personnel.