Singapore Airlines Krisflyer Gold Lounge, Changi Airport Terminal 2

KrisFlyer Gold Lounge Locations: Terminal Two, Level 3 (Nearer to Gates E); Terminal Three, Level 3 (Near Central Immigration towards Gates A)
Address: 60 Airport Blvd., #2nd floor, Singapore 819643
Opening Hours 24/7
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Following my experience at the SilverKris Lounge, I was extremely curious at the level of service at the Krisflyer Gold Lounge. Terminal 2 was closed the entire pandemic for construction. The Gold Lounge reopened last November 8, 2022 at Terminal 2. Also, SilverKris Lounge has been open at Terminal 3 for quite some time, but most of the business class passengers just ignore the Gold Lounge.

To those unfamiliar with the Krisflyer program benefits, Krisflyer Gold Lounge is offered for Elite Gold and Star Alliance Gold members. If you’re flying economy or premium economy, and do have an Elite Gold status, then you’re entitled to the Krisflyer Gold Lounge. Gold, in this case, isn’t really higher in status compared to Silver.

I have no idea when I hit Krisflyer Elite Gold status, but flying short haul, the Krisflyer Gold Lounge is a haven. Gone are the days when you have to look for a food hall to get your preflight meals or grab a cup of coffee. Think of dining buffet style before your flight. At the Gold Lounge, you can get the usual SilverKris buffet lineup.

For the Asian palate: Char siew baos, har gao, siew mai. Laksa noodles. Chicken mushroom pasta. Congee.

Scrambled eggs, toast, cereal and coco crunch for breakfast lovers. Chocolate and blueberry muffins. The muffins were good.

For those on the go, pesto chicken and egg mayo sandwiches for you.

Or if you are feeling hungry, some vegetarian multigrain rice and chili fried rice is served for lunch. Personally the best thing on the lineup — Mexican chicken wings. The only protein selection so far in the buffet.

Dessert comes in the form of mango mousse and cream puff. Some fruits.

Anybody looking for a cup of coffee can be well served with the espresso machine, or TWG tea for tea drinkers. No barista service, but that’s totally fine.

And those who would fancy a drink, no matter the time of the day — Tiger beer, Heineken, spirits and wines for you. Unfortunately, no champagne, unlike at the SilverKris Lounge.

Everything is totally great at the Gold Lounge. You’ve got Wi-Fi and outlets to charge your gadgets. Until you realize you have to pee. There are no toilets at the Terminal 2 Gold Lounge. No showers, that’s alright. But toilets. Come on SQ. It’s the most basic human need to pee and become a slave to mother nature’s call.

You have to go outside of the lounge, near the Subway restaurant to the loo.

Crossing my fingers that Singapore Airlines would grow a brain.