Which lounge in Singapore?

Old Jul 30, 18, 5:23 am
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Which lounge in Singapore?

I am planning the arrangements for my trip to Singapore - and wonder what the best lounge option is - we are travelling in First.
I have searched the SilverKris First Class Lounge in T2, and is this good - as Singaporeís main terminal is T3.

Is is it possible to go to a lounge in another terminal, and is it a worthwhile difference to do so?
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Old Jul 30, 18, 5:41 am
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T1-T3 in SIN are all connected airside and you can freely circulate, either on foot or with people movers.

Even after renovations, I find the SKL F area in T2 to be a dark and unspectacular. The T3 one is definitely nicer and brighter, although in terms of food / beverage offers I don't see a significant difference.

Whether it is worth the trek over to T3 for the lounge depends on how much time you plan to spend there, how much carry-on baggage you lug around etc.
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Old Jul 30, 18, 8:27 am
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T2 & T3 lounges are about the same distance from T1, both walkable.

One is darker, one is brighter but the offerings in both are similar and compared to many offerings rather better although be aware that SQ F passengers access TPR in T3 so the F lounge is only really for passengers on other airlines.
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Old Jul 30, 18, 9:08 am
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Also if you are connecting, access is granted based on departing flight, no mater the what the incoming flight was.
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Old Jul 30, 18, 9:33 am
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I prefer the SKF lounge in T3 to T2 as others say itís lighter & has a more spacious feel, it takes only a few minutes to get between the two lounges using the sky train, so very easy to try both.

If you are checking in at SIN T2 for LX or LH you can use the SATS Premium check in lounge which have desks for LX & LH & open from 15.00
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Old Jul 30, 18, 12:41 pm
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Thank you all for your help itís marvellous!!!
Just to clarify I am on the LX flight in F. I am planning to spend approximately 1h30 to 2 hours in the lounge - so it seems it may be worthwhile to head to T3, and if I have time to spare I may have a quick visit to the darker First lounge in T2.
Does this seem good?

In in regards to the SATS Check-in - would this be recommended even if I am Ďlateí enough so that normal check in has opened? I presume I can only use the one in T2 as it is a Swiss flight.
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Old Jul 30, 18, 2:26 pm
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Originally Posted by tjumbo View Post
Thank you all for your help itís marvellous!!!
Just to clarify I am on the LX flight in F. I am planning to spend approximately 1h30 to 2 hours in the lounge - so it seems it may be worthwhile to head to T3, and if I have time to spare I may have a quick visit to the darker First lounge in T2.
Does this seem good?

In in regards to the SATS Check-in - would this be recommended even if I am Ďlateí enough so that normal check in has opened? I presume I can only use the one in T2 as it is a Swiss flight.
Thatís not long in the lounge, so you need to take the skytrain to T3 & then back again, not sure itís worth it.

For a late check in just head to LX / LH counter & F pax get an escort to T2 SQF lounge, from there they also escort you to the gate & for boarding, itís worth it since security is at the gate & the lines are not so nice
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