Lounge Review: The Emirates Lounge - Singapore Changi Airport (SIN)

The Emirates Lounge in Terminal 1 of Singapore Changi Airport (SIN) undergone refurbishment last year for five months and the new First and Business Class lounge was unveiled in 2017. The last time that I visited this lounge was back in 2014 when I still held Qantas Frequent Flyer Gold status and the lounge was looking a lot more dated then. Since I was traveling to Dubai from Singapore in Business Class, I had access to The Emirates Lounge - this is also accessible to passengers traveling in First Class as well as Skywards Platinum and Gold members travelling in Economy Class.

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Lounge Review: TGM - Singapore Changi Airport (Terminal 2)

Previously known as The Green Market, TGM is Plaza Premium Lounge's only airport lounge in Terminal 2 of the Singapore Changi Airport. TGM is probably one of the best-kept secrets in Changi Airport where airport lounges are concerned - it serves a mixture of Japanese and Korean Cuisine (as well as healthy options) here and it really resembles more of a restaurant than a typical airport lounge. TGM is located on Level 3, next to DFS's Whiskey House in Terminal 2 and it is accessible (and free!) to anyone with a valid Priority Pass Card or Plaza Premium Lounge access - TGM is also open to public and there is a rather extensive a la carte menu (chargeable) to select from.

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Lounge Review: The Qantas Singapore Lounge - Singapore Changi Airport

The Qantas Singapore Lounge was one of the first airport lounges that I have ever stepped foot into - I used to have access to it on all my Australian flights as I was once a Gold Frequent Flyer on the Qantas Frequent Flyer program. While I did a small review of this beautiful space back in 2014 when it first opened, I felt the need to revisit this lounge since I actually do prefer it over the famous SilverKris Lounge which more Singaporeans have seen and grown to love.

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Lounge Review: SilverKris Lounge (Terminal 3) - Singapore Changi Airport

The SilverKris Lounge in Changi Airport is reserved for Star Alliance passengers travelling on Business and First Class (there are separate lounges within the lounge itself) as well as esteemed Solitaire PPS Club members. If you are a KrisFlyer Gold Elite (or Star Alliance Gold) member traveling in Economy or Premium Economy class, you will have to make your way down to the KrisFlyer Gold Lounge (which does not stock Champagne) instead. Check out my review of the SilverKris Lounge in Terminal 3 of the Singapore Changi Airport. 

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Lounge Review: Plaza Premium Lounge (Singapore Changi Airport)

I recently traveled down to Cebu in Philippines over the weekend and since there are no Star Alliance flights that operate between Singapore and Cebu, I did not have any lounge access for the trip. Therefore, I decided to make use of the opportunity to check out the relatively new Plaza Premium Lounge in Singapore Changi Airport which I heard was beautiful. 

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Lounge Review: Emirates Lounge Singapore (Terminal 1)

The Emirates Lounge is located in Terminal 1 of Singapore Changi Airport on level 3 in the Departure Transit Lounge. The lounge accepts passengers from Emirates First / Business Class and EK Gold Skywards members. Find out more about this lounge and the delicious food offerings it has. 

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Lounge Review - The Qantas Singapore Lounge

The Qantas Singapore Lounge located in Terminal One of Singapore Changi Airport, offers a new standard of luxury for travellers. If you are travelling on Business or First Class on Qantas (or a OneWorld flight in similar class), be sure to check out The Qantas Singapore Lounge. The Qantas Singapore Lounge is open from 230pm to 11pm daily so make sure your flight is around those timings otherwise you might miss the opportunity to check it out.

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Lounge Review: SATS Premier Lounge (Terminal 2)

I visited the SATS Premier Lounge at Terminal 2 which is located in the Departure Transit Hall on Level 3. As I had a morning flight to catch, I arrived at the lounge around 645am and it was almost empty. For those on a longer layover, there's ample reading materials in the lounge - magazines, newspapers and even the computers if you're travelling (extremely) light. Overall a pretty decent lounge with a comfortable environment and the right facilities. It was not extremely fancy but definitely had everything you required for a lengthy layover in Singapore.

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