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Clobu5

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After some advice re lounges in HKG and SIN.

Doing 3 weeks between there and SGN in Jan 2015 and after paid lounge advice.

I'll be WP with VA by then but travelling with the inlaws as a party if 4 so won't be able to use my card to get us all in.

We have 2 5 hour layovers in SIN and I don't find a lounge visit pre departure before my flights.

What do you suggest is the best and most efficient way for either 2 more in VA partner lounge or all 4 in a paid lounge.

Have looked briefly at priority pass but not sure and have never been to any if these airports before.

Or do we just jump on a free tour?

Or just lump it in the general airport area?
 

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Both airports are great airports and there is multiple food offerings and also many public amenities...
 

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At SIN there's seating area on upper level outside of QF and BA lounges which is quieter. I didn't pay much attention but I would figure there would be restrooms and showers, perhaps.
 

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Thanks guys!
Will see when we get there. I like the free SIN tour if your layover is long enough.
 

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There is a huge food court with lots of restaurants and fast food outlets above the shops in Terminal 2 at HKG. There is also a paid lounge there if you really want one.
I agree with markis 10 in that both airports have all the facilities you need to relax before your flight, if you don't have lounge access
 
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