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    The revised Siem Reap airport is clean and the lounge is pretty large for such a small airport.
    Friendly staff, free wi fi and better drinks and food selection than most South East Asian airports.
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  2. #62

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    Just been reminded how awful our lounges are in Changi, the Narita ANA lounge has fresh soba / udon made on the spot... nice touch and warm hot showers... superb man...
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    Even the Virgin Australia domestic terminal lounge is very nice.
    Free wi fi, food, and hot showers. No towels, but that's ok...

    They accept Kris Gold, and there is a free domestic transfer for international linked flights to domestic Australian destinations.
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    At Narita, the ANA lounge is far better and less crowded than the UA one.
    Both have wifi, no passwords, but the UA one is slightly faster. The food served at the ANA one is very impressive for airport food. Freshly made soba, curry don etc...


    At YVR, the Air Canada lounge is decent, free wifi and showers, but no towels.
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    Yes, the ANA lounge in Tokyo is great.. esp the soba and the fresh automated Draft Beer

    For those who travel to JKT but no access to lounge. the Citibank lounge (opp end of SQ lounge) is foc as long as you produce a valid citibank credit card. The lounge is nothing to shout about, simple food, drinks and some magazines/newspaper.. impt thing is get away from the crowd

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    Agree with ANA in Tokyo. However, my favourite one is still SQ Kris in Singapore, best food and wine choices. Qantas in Melbourne has kind of friday afterwork party in the lounge , did this several times , very cool. But this was a couple of years ago, so , not sure if this still going on. Thai BKK is not so fantastic, but the good thing is , they have serval huge lounges around the airport, if one is crowded, just move on to the next. Food at Lufthansa Senator lounge is Germany is lousy, but if you are upgraded to the next level, it's very nice. I also have to agree with others, I did not find a single good lounge in whole north america.

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    http://www.relax.com.sg/article/news...nges-worldwide

    SIA revamps their lounges



    Singapore Airlines has unveiled its new-concept SilverKris Lounge in Sydney, as part of a multi-million dollar investment programme to upgrade all of the Airline's airport lounges around the world.
    Designed by renowned architectural and interior design firm ONG&ONG, the new-concept SilverKris Lounge is thoughtfully designed and modelled after elements of a home, following extensive research that included focus groups with customers.
    The new design concept will be progressively introduced to all of SIA's SilverKris Lounges in 15 cities[1] over the next five years at an estimated cost of around $100 million. Following renovation of the Sydney lounge, which has just been completed, planning work is underway to upgrade lounges at London, Hong Kong and Singapore (Terminal 3) in 2014.
    Lounge customers can look forward to distinct personal spaces that provide a sense of 'being home', as well as more personalised services from lounge staff and a delectable selection of food and beverages to complement SIA's in-flight offerings.
    "Our customers frequently tell us that they have a feeling of 'home' as soon as they board our aircraft, and our aim is to extend this experience to the ground. Through our new 'home away from home' concept, the intention is for our customers to experience the feeling of being taken care of at every step of their journey," said Mr Tan Pee Teck, Singapore Airlines' Senior Vice President Product & Services.
    "Each space is thoughtfully designed to create the ambiance of home that is familiar and comforting, adding to the warm, authentic and personalised service that Singapore Airlines is well known for."
    - See more at: http://www.relax.com.sg/article/news....KrjG71mV.dpuf
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