GHL Partners CapitaLand to Enable Cashless Parking at 6 Malls

11 January 2021
GHL Partners CapitaLand to Enable Cashless Parking at 6 Malls 

Key Highlights:
  • 6 malls under CapitaLand group in Malaysia will enable cashless parking 
  • Mall visitors will be able to pay with 10 different e-wallets, domestic and cross border e-wallets - powered by GHL.

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia – GHL Systems Berhad enables more shopping mall parking locations to go cashless in its partnership with CapitaLand ‘s shopping malls throughout Malaysia.

Stemming from a tie up between GHL and CapitaLand, full cashless payments will be enabled for parking across 6 malls under CapitaLand; Gurney Plaza, The Mines, East Coast Mall, 3 Damansara, Sungei Wang and Queensbay Mall.

Expected to be completed by 2nd quarter of this year, this total solution of cashless payment parking will enable mall visitors to pay parking using their preferred e-wallets. Users have a wide choice of e-wallets to choose from which include Boost, Touch ‘n Go e-wallet, GrabPay, MBB QRPay, MCash, RazerPay, MBSB e-wallet, Alipay, UPI QR and WeChatPay. These e-wallets compliments the current available acceptance by cash, credit/debit cards and TNG card.

Malaysia leads its neighboring countries at 40% usage of mobile and digital wallets according to the Mastercard Impact Study 2020. The adoption rate was given boosts by the Malaysian government through the PENJANA and e-Tunai Rakyat initiatives in 2020, as well as in the national 2021 budget allocation for youths via the e-Belia program. Cashless payment parking is an ideal solution to accommodate growing e-wallet users and eliminating the hassle of keeping small change in cash for parking fees.

Mr Sean S. Hesh - Group CEO of GHL said, “GHL is glad to extend the e-wallet cashless option to the Self-Service Kiosks (SSK) at CapitaLand’s malls and to provide consumers with the convenience of going cashless, especially when they are short of change in their pockets.” He further added, “This cashless option is definitely welcomed by many at a time where digital payments is the preferred method of payment during this pandemic period when both consumers and the merchant would prefer to avoid handling physical cash.”