Introduction: Whirlwind Trip to Asia
Review: American Airlines (A321) Economy Class Dallas to Charlotte
Review: American Airlines (A320) Economy Class Charlotte to Boston
Review: Holiday Inn Express and Suites – Boston Garden
Review: United Club – Logan International Airport
Review: United Airlines (777-200) Business Class Newark to Beijing
Review: Air China Business Class Lounge – Beijing International Airport
Review: BGS Premier Business Class Lounge – Beijing International Airport
Review: Singapore Airlines (777-300ER) Business Class Beijing to Singapore
Review: SilverKris Business Class Lounge – Singapore Changi Airport
Review: SilkAir (737-800) Business Class Singapore to Kuala Lumpur
Review: Renaissance Hotel – Kuala Lumpur
Out and About in Kuala Lumpur
Review: Plaza Premium Lounge – Kuala Lumpur
Review: SilkAir (A319) Economy Class Kuala Lumpur to Singapore
Review: JW Marriott Hotel – Singapore South Beach
Review: The Private Room – Singapore Changi Airport
Review: Singapore Airlines (A380-800) Suites Class Singapore to Beijing
Review: Air China First Class Lounge – Beijing International Airport
Review: United Airlines (777-300ER) Business Class Beijing to San Francisco
Review: American Express Centurion Lounge – San Francisco International Airport
Review: United Airlines (757-200) First Class San Francisco to Newark
Review: United Airlines Classified Restaurant – Newark Liberty International Airport
Review: Admirals Club – Logan International Airport
After I exited the aircraft, I made the 10 minute walk to the Krisflyer Gold Lounge??? Yeah, I walked to the wrong lounge. The Krisflyer Gold Lounge is for Singapore Airlines Krisflyer Gold members flying in economy class on the airline. I did get to check out some greenery along the way.
I was pointed down the hall to the business class lounge. The lounge is located across the way from the SATS Premier Lounge that I visited last November.
I showed the agent my boarding pass for my upcoming SilkAir flight and was immediately granted entrance. The business class lounge was to the left, while the first class lounge was to the right.
Upon entering the lounge, there was a business center to the left. There were 12 stations. 9 with complimentary computers and 3 for personal computer use. A sign was posted that reminded passengers to be mindful of others that may want to use the space.
Past this area and to the left, was the dining area. This was the biggest food spread that I have ever seen in a business class lounge. It blows just about every other business class lounge out of the water. There were newspapers available if you wanted something to read. One thing that I found weird was that the bathroom was to the far left of the dining area (near the clock on the far wall).
To the right, after the business center was the main seating area. There were easily 100 seats in the lounge, no exaggeration.
At the very front of the seating area was three phone booths. Yup, phone booths. I never saw a single soul use them.
Due to the volume of other passengers in the lounge, I could not get decent photos. I took the video instead:
After taking the video, I grabbed a bite to eat and began to edit some pictures from the trip. I had so many pictures to edit at that point, that I did not finish until it was nearly time to board my flight to Malaysia. The WiFi was relatively fast. I did not have any issues with the signal dropping.
The SilverKris Business Class Lounge was one of the top business lounges that I have ever visited. Even though the lounge was near capacity when I arrived, the staff were proactive in replacing food items and removing trash left passengers. I would not hesitate to visit it again.