After finally checking in for my flight, I took a quick tour of Terminal 2 before heading to the lounge. It should be noted that check-in for Singapore Airlines opens at 4:30 AM, however on the TV screen in front of their customer service desk indicated that check-in began at 5:30 AM.
I headed to the Singapore Airlines SilverKris Lounge, which was actually a mistake since I was flying business class on Singapore Airlines, I could have gone to the SiliverKris Gold Lounge, however, the signage for that lounge is rather poor.
I actually passed the lounge on the way to the lounge but the sign was not clear. When going up the escalator the SilverKris Gold Lounge is right to the left once getting off of the elevator.
Once presenting my ticket at the front desk, I was admitted to the lounge and directed to the left.
There is a business center with cubicles, some of which had Mac computers.
To the right is the main seating area of the lounge, with several different seat arrangements.
The food offerings are located to the left.
There is countertop seating.
There are several refrigerators full of drinks.
Alcohol was being offered at 6 AM.
There are two coffee makers and a hot chocolate machine.
Hot dishes included fried rice with salted fish and chicken, something that resembled fried cheese, chicken curry, fried carrot cake, congee, spaghetti, vegetable curry, sausage, omelets, steamed buns, dim sum, chwee kuay, French toast, pancakes, baked egg Florentine, and noodles.
Cold options included museli, yogurt, fresh fruit, salad fixings, cheese, bread, pastries, cereal, pre-made sandwiches, and desserts.
As I had been on the road for over 24 hours, I was able to take a shower before boarding the flight.
There are two shower rooms, and they are very small. After putting down my carry-on luggage, I was barely able to close the door.
There is a sink with amenities. A packaged towel is also provided.
The shower had two showerheads with dispensed shampoo/conditioner and body wash.
Although small, the shower room was very functional.
The food offerings are pretty diverse and large. The food isn’t that bad either. The lounge did get very packed at times. I think if you had the option, the SilverKris Gold Lounge might be a better option since its likely to be less crowded. I can’t say for sure however, as I did not visit that lounge.