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
So right across from the concourse C gate next to gate C1, you have the other concourse C lounge next to gate C2 and it also has the exact same general layout as its neighbor across the walkway at gate C1 and the concourse E lounge. However, there are some cool differences that make this lounge stand out a little more which we will explore.
So upon entering, you have your boarding pass scanned and like the other Thai lounges, you also get a receipt looking paper with a custom username and password to access the wifi, which was relatively fast.
The seats are just like in the other lounges. I will say, though, that these seats look and felt a bit older. Also, you can see that the office cubicles are directly in front as you enter which is one variation not noted.
The seats had power ports on the floor for connection.
And they had hp computers at each station.
And of course, gotta get one with my favorite bag for the books.
Now looking to the left of the lounge, we have a lot more seating options and the food options included.
These seats by the window did not appear to have any power ports which is unfortunate.
There were the same purple color seats towards the end of the lounge with power ports sparsely scattered across the floor.
And in the final section of the lounge was another kind of seating.
And there was a final area by the window.
These seats didn’t appear to have any power ports either.
Now I actually took a shower in this lounge so I managed to get a view of that aspect as well.
The shower rooms were quite nice and clean and refreshing.
And in the same area as the showers and toilets, there was a unique feature which no other Thai Royal Silk lounge in BKK has: sleeping rooms.
There were cupboards to store items too if need be. Now unfortunately, they weren’t closed door rooms and rather each room was exposed, and also the beds looked pretty hard.
Nevertheless, it’s still cool that TG has sleeping rooms in this lounge. Now you may notice that I haven’t said anything about the food. That’s because it’s exactly the same as what it was in the C1 lounge. So there was no need for me to take photos.
Overall, as my time comes to a close in the Thai Lounges in BKK, I was able to visit all of their international Royal Silk Lounges and will be writing a post summarizing my thoughts on each and my thoughts on all as a whole. As a satellite lounge in their hub airport, this lounge was still not as impressive as I’d like it to be, but it did have sleeping rooms which is a neat feature, and wifi was fast which is always nice. So kudos to them for that. But that’s all for now. Stay tuned for the next review! Cheers!