Booking the Trip: A Southeast Asian Path to India
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YOUTUBE: American Airlines: Los Angeles to Tokyo
YOUTUBE: Japan Airlines: Tokyo to Singapore
YOUTUBE: Thai Airways: Singapore to Bangkok
YOUTUBE: Thai Airways: Bangkok to Mumbai
YOUTUBE: Thai Airways: Mumbai to Bangkok
YOUTUBE: Thai Airways: Bangkok to Singapore
YOUTUBE: Qantas Airways: Singapore to Sydney
YOUTUBE: American Airlines: Sydney to Los Angeles
Most people that travel on TG business class out of Bangkok head straight to the Thai Lounges. I highly advise that if you are a Star Alliance Premium cabin flyer or gold member flying out of BKK, then use 1 of two lounges. One of those lounges is the fantastic Eva Air Infinity Lounge near concourse E and F. The other lounge is this one.
This lounge is down a level from the general concourse D departures area and was a little hard to find initially, but eventually found it near the Bangkok Airways Business Class Lounge.
The entrance looks nice regardless…
After having your boarding pass scanned, there are plenty of seating options around you. All of the seats and decor looked fairly nice.
Each seat even had power ports for themselves! Look at that Thai lounges!
In the back there were some more seats
This included some private seating options.
The private cubicles had power ports and USB ports
Now moving into the lounge a bit more, there was a nicely decorated and stocked bar.
Behind the bar, there was a long table with seats, napkins, and a nicely set up plate of apples.
The middle also had dining tables where you could eat if you wanted.
There was some more dining tables and booths in the back as well. There was also a ramp which led up to the bathrooms.
Now let’s have a look at the food! Everything for the most part looked more appetizing than any single thing in any of the Thai lounges which is a big big disappointment.
Even the desserts were yummy! Man both the SQ and Eva lounges did the Thai desserts better than Thai Airways did the Thai desserts
They also had cold sandwiches which the SQ lounge had.
There was also tea nicely set up for use with hot water.
There were also a couple freezers with ice cream.
And some fridges with juices, drinks, and water
Then there was some delicious pad thai which I tried multiple small servings of.
This soup looked like it had too much oil in it.
And there was one last section of seating near the window. It was right next to the food so a convenient place to sit it was.
Wifi is accessible and the SQ lounge has its own network. Its security is bounded by a boundary of range so there is no password protection and once you are in the lounge, you’ll be in good range of the network. The wifi itself was fast too.
But overall, I was happy with the SQ lounge. There were a wide variety of seats, power ports easily found at almost every seat, good tasting food, a nice bar, and an overall quiet and decorated feel to the lounge. I kind of liked the food in this lounge better than SQ’s food in their lounges in SIN. But overall, a great star alliance alternative to the Thai lounges and the Eva lounge too, but of all the Star Alliance business class lounges in BKK, the Eva Air lounge is still my favorite. But this was a great one too. Well done, SQ, well done!