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Parking systems in Singapore

There are three ways to deal with parking issues in Singapore including paid parking, season parking, and free parking place. What are the advantages or disadvantages of these kinds of parking systems? Let’s get more information and find out the most suitable parking place for yourself.

Paid parking

In most shopping malls, buildings, or some public parking places, you need to pay for parking your vehicle. There are various car park payment systems in Singapore, however, most of them would involve using Cash Card/ Autopass Card or even a Cash Card/Autopass Card inserted in an In-Vehicle Unit (IU) to make payment for parking charges. If your bike doesn’t provide the IU, it still has some cash collection systems to support or you can push the “Help” button at the entrance to get further assistance.

Season parking

Season parking can be applied to only residents or staff who park their vehicles near their homes or workplaces. To use for season parking, you need to prepare documents for verification such as a business registration certificate, Letter from Company, or a Letter from a taxi organization. You can easily submit a season parking application via e-service HDB’s e-service or mobile app.

Free parking place

There are some free parking places in Singapore but it has limited time. You can check some free parking places bellows:


  • Mon-Fri: 12 pm to 3 pm
  • Mon-Fri: 6 pm to 10 pm

Mustafa Centre 

  • Mon-Fri: First hour free daily
  • $1 for the next subsequent 30 minutes thereafter

OUE Downtown/Downtown Gallery

  • With a minimum spending of $10, you get free parking:
  • Mon-Fri: after 5 pm
  • Sat, Sun & PH: all-day
  • Limited to 30 redemptions per day

Clarke Quay

  • Mon-Fri: 12:30 pm to 1:29 pm
  • Mon-Fri: 6 pm to 7 pm

Gillman Barracks

  • Mon-Fri: 5 pm to 8:30 am
  • Sat, Sun & PH: 8:30 am to 8:30 am the next day

Jurong Point

  • Mon-Thu, excluding PH: 12 pm to 2 pm

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