One of the perks of flying first or business class is the access to airline lounges to enjoy some private time or pampering before your flight.

They are available across all four terminals, with facilities ranging from food stations and cocktail bars to private workstations.

Here are five airline lounges available in Changi Airport which stand out for their unique services and facilities.

1. Qantas Singapore Lounge

Incredibly spacious and chic, the lounge is divided into different zones, allowing you to pass through seamlessly.

The different zones at Qantas Singapore Lounge.

Pick your favourite spot at the Qantas Singapore Lounge.

Get your fill with a wide variety of food and beverage options. The food station is stocked with dishes, desserts and appetisers inspired by Australia’s most-awarded chef Neil Perry. The bar station has a selection of wine, champagne, beer and liquor, as well as a private corner suitable for small groups to chill out. The bar also features specially concocted cocktails every month for those who appreciate a good drink.

Qantas Singapore Lounge’s bar station.

Get specially-concocted cocktails at this stylish bar.

The dining area is configured to a communal setting, allowing guests to feel at home and mingle with others. For those who need to freshen up, the lounge has 20 shower rooms available.

Location & Operating Hours:

-       Terminal 1, Departure Transit Lounge, Level 3 (1430hrs to 2300hrs daily)

2. dnata Lounge

A family being attended to as they wait for their flight.

Enjoy great service even before you board.

Built to meet the needs of increasingly sophisticated travellers, the lounge is designed with acoustics in mind. With carpets and hardwood flooring to reduce ambient noise, the lounge provides a quiet environment to refresh and recharge for your journey ahead.

A barista serving coffee at Hudson’s Coffee station.

Have a refreshing brew at Hudson’s Coffee Station.

Coffee drinkers will love dnata’s special Hudson’s Coffee station, located at their Terminal 1 Lounge, where you can enjoy freshly brewed café-grade coffee. 

An array of delectable dishes await you.

Feeling hungry yet?

The dnata lounge serves up a delectable revolving food menu, with a variation of Western, Pan-Asian and local options to choose from. Some of the highlights are dim sum for breakfast, Japanese curry rice, and Singapore “food of the month” signature dishes such as chicken rice, nasi briyani and laksa.

You can choose to adjourn to the resting area, where the lights are a little dimmer, feature tilt-back seats and have shower rooms to freshen up before your flight.

Location & Operating Hours:

-       Terminal 1 & 3, Departure Transit Lounge, Level 3 (24 hours)

3. SATS Premier Lounge

Rest area of SATS Premier Lounge.

Comfortable seats and wide spaces for you to relax and rejuvenate.

With private workspaces and high-speed internet, it’s perfect for business travellers.

The comfortable private booths allow you to work in peace or hold a quick meeting, there is also a massage chair section for you to relax and rejuvenate while waiting for your flight.

Rest area of SATS Premier Lounge.

Comfortable seats and wide spaces for you to relax and rejuvenate.

The SATS Premier Lounge is available across Terminals 1 to 3 and while the offerings cater to the needs of business travellers, the ambience across the three terminals vary - from Terminal 1’s neat sections and conducive environment, to Terminal 2’s abundance of natural light and homely ambience and Terminal 3’s spacious feel with its high roof ceiling.

Location & Operating Hours:

-       Terminal 1, 2 and 3, Departure Transit Lounge, Level 3 (24 hours) 

4. SilverKris Lounge

SilverKris Lounge’s resting area.

Pick a seat and enjoy the comfort.

Neatly divided into zones for working, relaxing or dining, the lounge’s layout provides ample personal space.

SilverKris Lounge’s layout.

Enjoy personal space and comfort in style.

If you fancy champagne before your flight, the lounge serves Charles Heidsieck Champagne all day. Alternatively, you can request for tea to be served right to your seat.

There is a wide range of self-serve food, reminiscent of a hotel buffet. Computers are also available if you have work to do but don’t have a laptop on hand.

Location & Operating Hours:

-       Terminal 2 & 3 –  Departure Transit Lounge, Level 3 (24 hours) 

5. Cathay Pacific Lounge

Passenger enjoying the facilities.

Charles Heidsieck Champagne is available all day.

One of the airline’s largest lounges outside Hong Kong with a capacity for over 200 guests, the lounge is designed to evoke a warm, residential ambience to let you feel at home.

Cathay Pacific Lounge’s signature noodle bar.

Get local favourites at the signature noodle bar.

Feeling hungry? At the lounge’s signature noodle bar, you can find wanton noodle soup, dan dan noodles and laksa.

Ergonomic designer chairs also allow you to hang your clothes by the side of the seat, while you enjoy a good view of the runway, a perfect setting to let your thoughts wander.

Location & Operating Hours:

-       Terminal 4, Departure Transit Lounge, Level 2M (0400hrs to 0100hrs)

So whether you’re rushing to meet a tight deadline, looking for a quiet place to rest or are up for a few drinks, these lounges have you covered.

If you’re looking to enjoy lounge facilities but are not flying on first or business class, a range of pay-per-use lounges are also available for a fee. Just make sure you check in early to fully enjoy the facilities.