Review: SATS Premier Lounge Changi International Airport

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Review: SATS Premier Lounge Changi International Airport
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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.

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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.

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SATS Premier Lounge is located at the end of the corridor on the right.  I was in the queue 10 minutes.

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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.

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There was a decent breakfast spread.

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There was a self served liquor station.

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There was also a nice coffee machine.

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Final Word

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.

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