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The most famous Parking in Malaysia

26 March, 2010 | Written by Patchay at 11:07 PM in ,

In Malaysia, the "illegal" sometimes becomes "legal".

(backdrop) Kuala Lumpur International Airport (Source: Magician)

As you arrived at the Low Cost Terminal, the first thing you would notice is why on Earth are people parking along the road and not in the carpark?

Because this is Malaysia, where illegal parking becomes legal parking.


  1. Ken Wooi on March 27, 2010 1:06 AM

    haha.. nice one.. =D

  2. Anonymous on July 13, 2010 7:18 PM

    bcoz the charge you parking rate base on KL golden triangle rate in previously a rubber plantation.

    sad to say the airport parking administration is the most inefficient sector.

    just cant shake off the idea that poor ppl needs flying too.

  3. Anonymous on November 05, 2010 3:40 PM

    yess.... agre mahal parking ... kata lcct ...

  4. The Haze on November 17, 2010 5:37 AM


  5. The Haze on November 17, 2010 5:50 AM

    what i can say on this scenario is -
    1. there is not enough enforcement from MAHB to prevent illegal parkers to park along the roadside.
    2. most of the cars parked there (illegal) is actually the staff instead of visitor or transient parkers/behicles.
    3. at this area belive me they have more than 3K bays available, and non of it was professionally managed - there're supposed to have a long term and short terms parking area,which currently not available.
    4. they (mahb) are having internal problem with their operations, whereby most of the staff are abusing and not being loyal. - fraud and etc.
    still the parking really makes tons of money for mahb.
    5. our people also need to change their attitute.!
    6.parking charges are high yet the salary is very low. so how to pay the parking? thats why u can see - illegal parking.

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