Introduction: Mileage Run to Singapore
Review: AMEX Centurion Lounge Dallas Fort Worth International Airport
Review: United Club Los Angeles International Airport
Review: United Airlines (787-900) Economy Plus Los Angeles to Singapore
Review: Intercontinental Hotel Singapore
Exploring: Out and about in Singapore
Review: SATS Premier Lounge Changi International Airport
Review: United Airlines (787-900) Economy Plus Singapore to Los Angeles
Review: American Airlines (777-200) Business Class Los Angeles to Dallas
Review: Dallas/Fort Worth Airport Marriott
I left the hotel a couple of hours before my flight. After a 25 minute Uber ride, I arrived at Changi Terminal 2. The United Airlines’ check in counters are located to the right as you enter the United marked door.
I went through enhanced screening at the United check in counter. Not only was my passport checked three times, but I was asked the following questions: 1) do you have a laptop? 2) did anyone else use the laptop? 3) did anyone give you anything? 4) do you have any prohibited items?
After that, going through passport control was a breeze…it took less than five minutes.
After passing through passport control, I walked straight ahead and took the escalator to the third level.
As you get off the escalator, there is a food court to the left. I made a quick right and then a left through the computer center towards the lounge.
SATS Premier Lounge is located at the end of the corridor on the right. I was in the queue 10 minutes.
I entered by showing my boarding pass and mobile Priority Pass card. I have Priority Pass because of the American Express Platinum and Citi Prestige credit cards. The place was packed but I quickly found a seat.
There was a decent breakfast spread.
There was a self served liquor station.
There was also a nice coffee machine.
The lounge was a great way to relax before the long flight to Los Angeles. I will definitely visit it when I return to Singapore. The only issue that I had was the lack of utensils during my visit.