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DBKL Monthly Parking Pass in EZ Smart Park app

DBKL Monthly Parking Pass in EZ Smart Park app

Users of the EZ Smart Park can now purchase a monthly parking pass for roadside parking bays that are under the Dewan Bandaraya Kuala Lumpur (DBKL, Kuala Lumpur City Hall) jurisdiction directly in the mobile app.

Note: Started from 1/10/2020, DBKL had removed the street parking machine services and you can no longer pay the street parking fees at payment machines. Check out the 5 Cashless Mobile Applications that support DBKL parking payment. The time that DBKL requires you to pay for street parking is Monday – Saturday, 7.30am – 6pm, except on a Public Holiday.

DBKL made this announcement in its Facebook page on 25/11/2020. Apparently this function was already active since 19/11/2020.


Users need to update the app to purchase the new parking pass within the app. The monthly pass has 1 month validity period from the purchase date.

There are 3 types of Monthly Passes – Zone A, Zone B and Zone C. Holder of Zone A pass holder can park at all 3 zones while Zone B and Zone C pass holder can only park at Zone B and Zone C. You can refer to the details in the app to check the area coverage for each zone.

The price for Zone A, Zone B and Zone C monthly parking passes is RM320, RM160 and RM160 respectively. You need to top up your account before you you can buy the pass. There are few options to do that – debit/credit card, eWallet ( GrabPay, MCash, Touch ‘n Go eWallet, Boost) and Online Banking.

EZ Smart Park is available for iOS and android devices.

Want to know what are the other payment methods to pay the street parking fees in Kuala Lumpur? Check out the 5 Cashless Mobile Applications that support DBKL parking payment.

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