Chiang Mai / 29th - 31st October 2016
Day 3 (in chronological order)
Conclusion: Reflections on trip to Chiang Mai
SilverKris Business Class Lounge @ Singapore Changi Airport Terminal 2 (SIN)
The SilverKris lounge at Singapore Changi Airport Terminal 2 doesn’t offer many halal food options. The buffet is not halal but there are fruits and beverages available if you wish to consume something during your time there.
I was fortunate enough to be given access into the SilverKris Lounge at Singapore Changi Airport Terminal 2 before my SQ970 and MI702 flights. If you are a Muslim, you should note that the buffet served in the lounge is not halal. There are beverages, cereal and fruits if you would like to eat something in there. You can read another review about this lounge here.
The SilverKris lounge is at the airside on the second level with the other lounges.
If you are one of the passengers listed above, you will be able to access the SilverKris Lounge.
There are five lounges at Singapore Changi Airport Terminal 2. Refer here for the full list.
At the entrance of the lounge, there were four service officers welcoming us. They were so polite and joyful. Just look at that guy’s smile.
We queued to get our boarding passes verified.
This is an overview of the lounge. Personally, I feel the ambience is a bit too dingy and the interior too extraordinarily brown for my taste.
Workstations right after I entered the lounge.
These phone booths are probably the coolest things in the lounge. But nobody bothered to use them.
The dining area with strangely patterned marble tops and old fashioned cherry wooden dining furniture.
These are the cold beverages available. Everything’s fine except the Calsberg.
This is the light snacks section. There are TWG teas, cereals, milk, pastries and sandwiches (made with cucumber, tomato, roast chicken and egg mayonnaise).
One of two buffet stations. I asked the server if the food is halal, and she said no.
The other buffet station.
Time to check out the bathroom. I heard it is marble-ish-ly luxurious.
Indeed, it was very marble-ish. This is a private shower area. I should have tried showering for the third time that morning.
This is the basin beside in the private showering room. Well stocked I must say.
The basin outside the private shower room.
There was a set of Miller Harris’ ‘stuff.’ The hand lotion itself costs S$35 and surprisingly it didn’t go missing.
Nothing else to check out and also I didn’t want to spend too much time in the lounge. After 30 minutes, I left for the boarding gate area.
I feel that if you need a quiet place to hang out before your flight, this is one of the five lounges available in Singapore Changi Airport Terminal 2. I won’t say it’s the best of the five lounges, but it’s good enough.
As a Muslim, this lounge doesn’t offer many halal food options. There are fruits and beverages if you wish to consume something during your time there. So naturally, without much things to eat, I found both my visits to the lounge rather disappointing. Otherwise, it has almost everything you would find in a premium and upscale lounge.