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Around the World in 100 Hours: Ambassador Transit Lounge Singapore

United Club San Francisco, International Terminal
United Business Class San Francisco to Seoul
Asiana Airlines Business Class Lounge Seoul
Korean Air Lounge and Singapore SilverKris Lounge Seoul
Singapore Business Class Seoul to Singapore
Ambassador Transit Lounge Singapore
Singapore SilverKris Lounge Singapore
Changi Airport Free Singapore Tour
Singapore Business Class Singapore to Colombo
Transiting Colombo
Lotus and Araliya Lounges Colombo
Qatar Airways Business Class Colombo to Doha
Qatar Airways First Class Premium Terminal Doha
Qatar Airways First Class Doha to Dubai
Emirates First Class Lounge Dubai
Emirates First Class Dubai to London Heathrow
British Airways Concorde Room London Heathrow
British Airways Galleries First Lounge and Club World Lounge London Heathrow
British Airways First Class London Heathrow to San Francisco

The first lounge I stopped in at Singapore was the Ambassador Transit Lounge in Terminal 3. You can access this lounge using Priority Pass.

The Ambassador Transit Lounge has many services typical of international airport lounges (e.g. shower rooms, nap rooms), but most of these services beyond wifi and food are pay-per-use. This can be great for a traveler without lounge access who just wants to take a shower or a quiet place to take a nap, but it’s a little less appealing for those of us who get our lounge access through programs like Priority Pass.

When I visited, the lounge only had one other person in it. While it wasn’t a very large lounge, there were plenty of places to sit, including one room where all the chairs were facing the same wall.

Is everyone supposed to look at the painting?
Is everyone supposed to look at the painting?

The food options didn’t look incredibly appetizing to me, but I did have some steamed buns that I really enjoyed.

I'm a sucker for steamed buns
I’m a sucker for (steamed) buns
More food options
More food options

Overall, the lounge seemed like a fine place to spend a couple of hours, but I’m not sure I would have paid for access just for the food and wifi since Changi offers free wifi and the food wasn’t great. But if you’re looking to grab a shower or a private room for a nap, it’s one of the only places you can go.

Empty lounge
Empty lounge
Computer stations
Computer stations

It’s also worth noting that the Ambassador Transit Lounge in Terminal 2 has a gym, and I did see a couple of people using it to work out.


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