EV Guide: Shopping Mall Car Parks with EV Charging Stations

Published by on . Updated on 1 Oct 2021

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Do you drive an Electric Vehicle (EV) in Singapore? Here is a list of shopping malls with EV charging stations.

You’d think finding an EV charging station in Singapore would be pretty inaccessible and limited, considering how new EVs are in the market.

Well, according to the electric mobility plans announced by the Singapore Government early this year, owners can expect more charging stations installed at shopping malls.

Here is the list of shopping malls that have EV charging stations for your use.

SP Group

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SP Group encourages Singaporeans to adopt greener mobility solutions by allowing EV users to suggest additional locations for EV charging stations via email.

They offer both Type 2 AC and Combo 2 DC and provide a 30-minute fast charge as well as free parking in certain areas.

Locations and charging type: 

Tampines Plaza 1 and 2 - AC43 (4 lots) / DC50 (4 lots)

Paya Lebar Quarters Mall - AC43 (2 lots) / DC50 (2 lots)

Great World City - AC43 (2 lots) / DC50 (2 lots)

Zhongshan Mall - AC43 (2 lots) / DC50 (2 lots)

Tekka Place - AC43 (4 lots) / DC50 (4 lots)

Shaw Centre - AC43 (2 lots) / DC50 (2 lots)

Liat Towers - AC43 (2 lots) / DC50 (2 lots)

Resorts World Sentosa B2 - AC43 (1 lot) / DC50 (1 lot)

Resorts World Sentosa B2 VIP - AC22 (2 lots)

Resorts World Sentosa East B1 - AC22 (1 lot) / AC43 (1 lot) / DC50 (1 lot)

Resorts World Sentosa West B1- AC43 (1 lot) / DC50 (1 lot)

Charging duration: It depends on your vehicle, but SP Group advocates good EV user etiquette, so it recommends moving your car after 30 minutes of charging.

Requirements: Download the SP Utilities app to begin charging your vehicle.

ChargeNow (Greenlots)

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Powered by Greenlots, ChargeNow is a mobility service from BMW that provides a network of EV charging stations in Singapore. ChargeNow offers different types of chargers such as 50kW, DC/43kW and AC/3.7kW/7.4kW.

BMW owners can navigate to the EV charging stations by using BMW's in-vehicle navigation console, which provides real-time status and pricing information

Locations and charging type:

Our Tampines Hub - Free, 7.4kW (7 lots)

Marina Bay Sands - Free, 7.4kW (2 lots) / 22kW (6 lots)

One Fullerton- S$3/hr, 3.7kW (1 lot)

City Square Mall - S$3/hr, 7.4kW (1 lot)

The Heeren - S$3/hr, 7.4kW (1 lot)

Raffles City - S$3/hr, 3.7kW (1 lot)

Ang Mo Kio Hub - S$3/hr, 3.7kW (2 lots)

The Star Vista - S$3/hr, 3.7kW (1 lot)

Funan Mall - S$0.50/kWh, 22kW (8 lots)

Shaw Centre -S$3/hr, 7.4kW (1 lot)

Charging duration: It varies with the location.

Requirements: You will need to link your credit card to your Greenlots card.


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BlueSG has been around for a few years and offers electric car-sharing services. However, did you know that their charging stations are open to private EV owners as well?

The downside is that they are required to move their vehicle after charging, otherwise they will face a fine. Blue SG Charging points are a Type 2 Vehicle inlet.


BlueSG has the most charging points in Singapore, with about 1,000 points across 253 stations located near schools, community centres and outdoor HDB car parks.

Unfortunately, the service doesn’t provide charging points at shopping malls. To locate a BlueSG charging station, click here.

Charging duration: $1 per hour, for the first 3 hours. Subsequently, it's $2/hour. Their charging points supply an average of 3.7kW

Requirements: Users have to sign up via BlueSG's website or app.


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American electric car manufacturers Tesla recently set up their first charging point in Singapore and has plans to expand to more locations in the coming months.

We do not know much about the pricing but the Tesla V3 Superchargers are expected to shorten charging time to 15 minutes for a full charge instead of the usual one hour. They have been installed under a regulatory sandbox by the Land Transport Authority (LTA).

Kindly note that the Tesla V3 Supercharges will only be available for Tesla owners.


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EV owners can expect more charging stations popping islandwide, thanks to the electric mobility plans. We will update the location of newer charging stations when more have been installed.

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