Before you go jalan-jalan: The most jialat SG carparks! Better avoid!
It's Christmas Eve! Will you be out to experience the joyous atmosphere today since there won't be any ERP?
Oh well, before you get too happy, let's take a look at the a few challenging carparks that can be quite frustrating. You might want to just avoid these places if you feel that those carparks are just not worth your time!
Don't believe us? Just watch the videos we have linked below for you!
The carpark is perfectly designed to damage longer cars like BMW 7 Series. The arrow on the 5th storey brings you nowhere but driving into a wall.
Whoever designed this must be a 'genius' because most drivers have to drive up at least 5 floors before you even get to see an available lot.
You will regret the moment you passed the gantry because of the narrow and sharp angles.
The carpark is so spacious and has so many lots that you might just forget where you left your car!
The parking fee is relatively cheap but the number of sharp blind turns within the carpark are way too much..
With its long and tight spiral design, this is the carpark you should avoid after getting a brand new car.
Definitely a car park that will trigger your motion sickness with limited amount of spaces on each level.
Not the best carpark for tall cars like Toyota Vellfire. Besides that, the narrow lanes doesn't provide enough space when you reaches a dead end.
VivoCity is the largest mall in Singapore and so is its carpark. It gets confusing all the time.
It is a decent carpark but it might burn a hole in your pocket with its expensive parking fee... It is as if they feel that Singaporeans don't have enough expenses.
Christmas season is a happy time for everyone. We doubt anything would be worth it the frustration of navigating such confusing and dangerous carparks!
Now that you know which are the carparks from hell, you would know what places to avoid next time you're out on a family outing. It is not as if you would run out of alternative malls in Singapore!
(Image Credit/s: supermom, thefinder, streetdirectory)
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