Booking the Trip: A Southeast Asian Path to India
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Now picking back up with the OneWorld portions of my flight, I visited the Qantas Lounge in Singapore before my flight to Sydney. I had the option of visiting the British Airways First and Business Lounge which I originally planned to do, but I completely forgot about that, and headed straight to the Qantas Lounge after picking up my boarding passes from the Qantas transfer desk in Singapore.
The Qantas Lounge is located on the upper floor in the middle of terminal 1. It is in the same area as The BA Lounge, The Thai Royal Silk Lounge, and some contract lounge.
There’s some more nice signage upon entry.
Upon entering the lounge, immediately to the right you’ll see a fully staffed bar with lots of drinks and a couple of water stations at the end of the bar.
To the left, there was a wide array of seating options, including a very long self-serve bar.
These yellow seats did not have power ports on them.
Now let’s have a look at the long table of drinks and snacks.
At the end of the table there was some seating along a planter with couples style seating.
Along the window facing the terminal, there were some comfy white seats with power ports available.
This is what that area of white seats facing the terminal looked like.
Behind a separated area, there were plenty more seats.
There were some more seats along the wall with booth style seating.
Towards the back of the separated room, there was a drinks area. Some drinks were kept in the fridge, others were outside. Overall, it was quite a nice set-up.
Then there was a bunch of seats in front of a TV which was pretty neat.
And some more by the dividers.
Now we are checking out the dining area where all the main food is.
The desserts looked good!
This was their live ready to cook menu.
This is where you can order the above items and eat them. Sadly I didn’t have time to try it, but I’m sure it was tasty.
Then there was their buffet options.
And this was the dining area around the food.
Now let’s have a look at the food.
Qantas sure likes their drinks!
There was the last room with bathrooms and showers.
Overall, I was happy with the Qantas Lounge in Singapore. The wifi worked and was fully functional, the food in the buffet was excellent, there are bathrooms and showers, a nice bar, ample drinks everywhere, lots of seating, and it was nice and quiet in the lounge. The only issue I had was that I wish the availability of power ports was more widespread. Otherwise, a great lounge and well-done job by QF.