Mid Valley Megamall Car Park Zoning

Posted by ah_mei. Categories Automotive, Random

Mid Valley Megamall’s basement car parks is now divided into 3 zones : Zone A (Mid Valley Megamall), Zone B (The Gardens Mall) and Zone C (Mid Valley Megamall). Cars will not be able to cross between the zones while pedestrian traffic will be maintained with designated pedestrian walkways.

Effective 1 July 2008, the basement car parks of the Mid Valley Megamall will be separated. Cars will not be able to cross between Zone A & C. (Click on picture to enlarge)

*This image was retrieved from MidValley.com.my and edited to reflect the latest information

Mid Valley Megamall is the shopping mall that Kenchill and me often hang out at, go to the gym, the cinema, the toy shops, etc. Recently (a few months ago), the car park was going through a lot of changes and construction. Sometimes we could see a “Sehala” signboard pointing at the wrong direction which might lead cars into each other. Yesterday, when we entered the Mid Valley car park using the Zone B & C entrance (right side in the map), we couldn’t turn into level P2 of the Mid Valley car park. This is the second time we encountered this sudden change. Hence, we headed to the ticket payment counter to ask for more details.

We received a small flyer explaining the changes being made to the car park. The staff did not give us a direct answer as to why cars are not allowed to cross between the zones. It is causing a great inconvenience to drivers who are searching for empty parking bays in the same zone while the other zones have so many empty parking bays.

We now can’t go into the Mid Valley Megamall zone directly from Old Klang Road. We have to either drive around the ring road to enter Zone C or avoid rounding Mid Valley and just park at The Gardens and walk across to the Megamall!

By the way, both parking lots have the same payment rates.

I wonder if other people who often visit Mid Valley are facing the same issues as us?


10 Responses to “Mid Valley Megamall Car Park Zoning”

  1. melwin kaur - November 23, 2008 / 10:28 pm

    hi how much is the rate? tq

  2. kenchill - November 26, 2008 / 9:10 pm

    Weekdays: RM1 1st 3 hours, RM1 per additional hour. Max RM7

    Weekends: RM3 1st 3 hours, RM1 per additional hour. Max RM9

  3. Frusty - December 11, 2008 / 11:50 am

    The Car Park System in Mid Valley SUCKS due to the lacklustre, poor and irresponsible car park management, quick scheme money tactics.
    The nestled car park information for offices are unclear. Parking at wrong place due to ignorant will be subjected to penalty of RM10 penalty without any form of notice at all. You just have to pay if not you cannot get out of the car park.

    THis is tantatmount to easy money gimmick by the management by deliberate providing unclear nestled parking information.

    Is truly frustrating parking in MidValley !

  4. kambing - August 6, 2009 / 4:25 pm

    i prefer Sunway Pyramid parking system, when it is full, they allowed you to parking at anywhere as long as you not blocking other cars.

  5. Ray - October 13, 2009 / 6:03 pm

    I don’t see any logic at all in zoning the car park, except causing hell of inconvenience to their customers. Obviously, customers’ needs have been totally ignored. Has the management ever listened to they customers? Does it know what it is doing????

  6. Chong - June 28, 2011 / 9:49 am

    Hi is de car park in mid valley open 24 hourly? If so, how can I access de car park when de building has shut down? Thanks!!

  7. TAN - July 22, 2011 / 7:04 pm

    The sign board on the exit got something wrong, i exit the wrong road and late for my job.
    Can u believe this? How lousy is the management of the car park? The manager should just get fired!
    Me and my friend were so frustrated.
    Not only it is hard to get a parking lot in Mid Valley, the cars simply parked which causes narrowing of the lane, it is dangerous!
    These problems exist for a long time but the authority was just ignorant. I believe they just sit in an air-conned room doing nothing and get pay end of the month.
    The inside of Mid Valley was impressive, thats why people flock there. but the parking place is just so disappointing. I am going to call the authority and question them. So frustrated!!!

  8. Ilham - June 13, 2012 / 4:09 pm

    Where can I park my motorcycle?

  9. kenchill - July 18, 2012 / 7:12 pm

    It’s just under Cititel, look for the bike parking sign on the right side.

  10. Wooo - March 14, 2014 / 8:05 pm

    Mid Valley parking sucks. Will never ever go there again.
    The best parking is Sunway Pyramid.


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