Review: Singapore Airlines SilverKris First Class Lounge Singapore Changi Airport

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Opening hours24 hours
Time of visit2.30am
Date of visitJune 2022
Occupancy~10%
LocationAirside, Terminal 3, level 3, near Longchamp
Entry typeFree with Singapore Airlines First Class
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How to access Singapore Airlines SilverKris First Class Lounge

I visited this lounge before my Singapore Airlines First Class flight from Singapore to Jakarta. This segment was a continuation to my Suites Class flight from Frankfurt to Singapore, which arrived one day prior.

Passengers flying in Singapore Airlines/Star Alliance First Class can access this lounge before departure. Eligible passengers are allowed to bring 1 guest, as long as the guest is flying in a Singapore Airlines flight on the same day.

Passengers with Solitaire PPS status can access this lounge regardless of any cabin class they are flying on, as long as it is with Singapore Airlines or a Star Alliance airline. The same guest policy (+1) applies.

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Singapore Airlines SilverKris First Class Lounge

Getting there

The SilverKris First Class Lounge is located on the 3rd floor in Terminal 3, near other SilverKris lounges. You will find escalators to it near Longchamp and Luvenus, after passing through immigration.

Escalator to the Silverkris lounges
Escalator to the Silverkris lounges
View from the upper floor
Entrance to the Silverkris lounges
Entrance to the Silverkris lounges

General areas

Like the more-exclusive The Private Room, this lounge lacks natural light and runway/apron views but design is modern and elegant with much-welcomed tech-friendly additions like wireless chargers, universal power ports and high-speed USB ports.

View from the entrance
Lounge seats near the entrance
Dining area
Dining area
Lounge chairs
Lounge chairs and productivity pods
Power and USB ports, wireless charging pads
Phone room

Showers and restrooms

Guests may book a shower room in-person.

Entrance to shower rooms
Shower room
Bathroom amenities
Bath products
Shared restroom

Bar area

The lounge has a dedicated bar with bartender and barista services. Take note of the operating hours shown below.

Bar at SilverKris First Class Lounge
Spirits
2007 Piper-Heidsieck Rare Brut Millesime
Operating hours of bartender and barista services

Nap room

There are 2 single-occupancy nap rooms in the lounge. Visitors can book one for up to 2 hours.

Entrance to the nap rooms

Play room

Play room
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Dining in SilverKris First Class Lounge

Food is served as a buffet at the following times:

  • Breakfast: 5am to 11am
  • Lunch: 11am – 6pm
  • Dinner: 6pm to 2.30am
Buffet area
Hot food
Hot snacks
Dim sum
Laksa station
Pastries
Cheeses and yoghurts
Sliced fruits

After-hours dining?

As my body was still on European time, I arrived at 2.30am and found that there were no food available, other than some muffins. However, a staff member was kind enough to prepare scrambled eggs and pastries for us!

As I was flying Singapore Airlines First Class, I headed over to The Private Room, which opens at 5.30am, for better, à la carte breakfast.

Scrambled eggs
Pastries

Self-service beverages

Visitors can help themselves to coffee, tea or soft drinks.

Beverage area
Coffee machines
TWG tea bags
Soft drinks
Wine fridge

Top complimentary amenities

  • WiFi
  • Drinks (including alcoholic)
  • Hot food
  • Shower
  • Nap rooms

My ratings

Food9/10
Peace & quiet10/10
Furnishing8/10
Privacy9/10
Cleanliness10/10
Service10/10
Facilities9/10
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Bottom line

After the completion of lengthy renovation works, Singapore Airlines SilverKris First Class Lounge has finally reopened. Having no natural light and view of the outside world gave me casino vibes instead of First Class luxury.

Like The Private Room, it looks like Star Alliance First Class passengers departing from Singapore’s Changi Airport will have to settle for this, until the new terminal is completed, over a decade from now.

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