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kmlim
14-05-2007, 02:05 PM
Hi,
I wish to use the shuttle to LCCT and wish to park a few nights is either complexes, it is allow by the management or even safe enough?

hhtee
14-05-2007, 03:30 PM
phone them up and ask them yourself. It would be best!

Carrefour Head Office
3 Jalan SS16/1, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor Darul Ehsan.
Tel: +603 5631 2000 Fax: +603 5633 7735
E-mail: hqmy@carrefour.com

Carrefour Subang Jaya
3 Jalan SS16/1, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor Darul Ehsan.
Tel: +603 5632 6233 Fax: +603 5632 6833
E-mail: subangjaya_my@carrefour.com

sly
14-05-2007, 04:21 PM
i will say better not...for safety purpose and another thing is dont hog the lot....coz it's hard for shoppers to get parking.... :) my 2 cent.....

bslee
14-05-2007, 04:26 PM
i will say better not...for safety purpose and another thing is dont hog the lot....coz it's hard for shoppers to get parking.... :) my 2 cent.....

Security guard (care4) whispered to me, there's been a recent case of car stolen there.
Like all places..no guarantee..entirely at your own risk..even within own gate.

hhtee
14-05-2007, 04:38 PM
i will say better not...for safety purpose and another thing is dont hog the lot....coz it's hard for shoppers to get parking.... :) my 2 cent.....
I don't think he would hog the lot cause there's loads of parking in the Carrefour multi-storey car park.

but for safety reasons, yeah don't park there unless you have a car you wish somebody would steal it

firefox
14-05-2007, 04:52 PM
you want a peace of mind why not take a taxi to this bus station..i would.

birdy
15-05-2007, 06:12 AM
I wouldn't recommend you to do so... first of all, you must understand that all these parking lots are park at your own risk. Secondly, if you park over a few nights, I am sure somebody, maybe the staff or the security guards would spot your car and either they will give you a warning for hogging or if you met dishonest people, he may plan to steal your car.

What wrong with you parking at your home? Like what firefox said, just take a cab to go to the bus station. :)

AllUrban
15-05-2007, 01:40 PM
What wrong with you parking at your home? Like what firefox said, just take a cab to go to the bus station. :)if the cost of the bus is RM9, how much more would you be willing to pay for the taxi to Subang Parade before you begin to think about just taking the taxi all the way?

If you're looking for cheap and keep your costs down, take the bus to Subang Parade...then you really keep your costs down :-)

Cheers, m

mimosa
15-05-2007, 01:47 PM
Are the Subang Parade and Carrefour carparks opened at night or early morning, or do they close the barriers? Can we enter and exit anytime?

Car stolen? Just get another one. (company car mah! :p :D )

bslee
15-05-2007, 01:50 PM
if the cost of the bus is RM9, how much more would you be willing to pay for the taxi to Subang Parade before you begin to think about just taking the taxi all the way?
If you're looking for cheap and keep your costs down, take the bus to Subang Parade...then you really keep your costs down :-)
Cheers, m

Wah!..like that oso wanna kira kira ah!.
Whats there to compare taxi cab trip say around 5km to S.Parade for Rm7-10 and bus fare to LCCT for another RM9. Its the current situation and circumstances we're to accept. At least there's a saving there compared to own transport or by airport taxis.
Be thankful there's now a bus service from Subang to LCCT for Rm9.. if go by own car, toll & petrol, to & fro...costly lah!.

sarawakian
15-05-2007, 03:23 PM
I seriously advise that you get to Subang Parade...Jln SS16/1 the entrance with Digital One by way of friends or relatives giving you a ride other than cabs or RapidKL U76 ...dun park in the centres....deprive others of use and can be unsafe...nanti the management ask polis to tow away suspicious cars how?

sinleong
15-05-2007, 05:25 PM
sorry for going off topic for a while. sometimes the attitude of fellow malaysians really amazes me. our parking fees in subang jaya is really not that high. take usj taipan or ss15 for example. people rather leave their cars at the roadside and very often blocking other traffic or creating bottle necks than pay a few ringgit for parking.

back to the issue at hand, why not drive to LCCT and park at the parking lot provided? it is better than getting your car stolen. at least at the LCCT they need a ticket to remove your car from the parking. it's a lot harder to steal your car.

mlkok
15-05-2007, 07:49 PM
Isn't the parking at Subang Parade and Carrefour provided for the convinience of their customers who come to shop?
Sometimes it amazed me to see Malaysians going all out to save a few Ringgit.
Is it really worth saving pittance over the risk of having your vehicle stolen, towed or vandalized? :D