Review of Singapore Airlines and details of Singapore lounge
Review | Singapore airlines
Since I am an avid traveller, I have always taken budgeted airlines like AirAsia and Scoot, more of AirAsia actually with Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) as a transit point. But about 8 to 9 months ago, while I was returning from Bangalore to Sydney, Scoot offered me an upgrade to Singapore Airlines with the connecting flight from Singapore to Sydney. And that was the changing moment for me. From then on, there was no turning back. I have been booking only Singapore Airlines for the tickets between Sydney and Bangalore.
Even though it is one of the expensive airlines, I am in love with Singapore Airlines.
- I love their hospitality and the service.
- The food is fine too when compared to the other airlines.
- The leg room is great and spacious.
- There is free entertainment.
- And there are no extra costs for anything.
With all these services provided, the long 8 to 9 hours become comfortable.
Note: This review has my honest opinion and review and is not in collaboration with Singapore Airlines.
Review | Singapore airport free lounge
Since I travel a lot, I love receiving some freebies. Every time I have a transit at an airport, I end up spending a lot of money on lounges. When I arrived at Changi airport (Singapore) this time, I inquired about the lounges as I had close to a day at the airport. This is where I learned that in the Transfer hall, there are free public accessible lounges. The ones I explored are at E5 and E11 in Transfer E lounge.
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I felt this was pretty cool, as you can spend hours at the lounge and it’s absolutely free. There are mobile charging stations as well.
And lastly but the most important one, Singapore airport has free wifi access. You can get the password either through the mobile OTP or through a kiosk or on a PC by scanning your passport. ?
So, have fun napping!