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Flower Lounge It is the only third-party lounge/contract lounge in Singapore Changi Airport Terminal 4. Since Terminal 4 is separate from Terminals 1, 2 and 3, you can only use the Blossom Lounge if you depart from Terminal 4.
As of this writing, the airlines operating in Terminal 4 are:
- Bamboo Airways
- Cathay Pacific
- Cebu Pacific Air
- Jeju Air
- Jetstar Airways
- Juneyao Airlines
- korean air
- Pacific Airways
- Vietjet Air
- Vietnam Airlines
I’ve wanted to go to Blossom Lounge for a long time (since T4 opened in 2017), but never got the chance because none of the airlines I usually fly depart from T4.
Finally this year, I deliberately chose to fly out of T4 because I wanted to go to the Blossom Lounge (can anyone experience that? Haha!), and also because I wanted to see the interactive Peranakan heritage area. As it turns out, T4 is a pretty good terminal in my opinion! Anyway, back to the topic of this article.
Blossom Lounge is part of Plaza Premium Lounge Network and SATS Premier Lounge. This is my review of Blossom Lounge in T4.
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use the lounge
Access to the Blossom Lounge:
- Through membership, such as:
- priority pass
- lounge key
- Dragon Channel
- By credit card that can be used at Plaza Premium Lounge, such as Diners and Amex Ascend.
- By paying:
- Walk-in Price: From S$55
- Online Price: From S$50
Want to use the lounge for free? Read: Which Singapore credit cards give you free lounge access
For me, I use my Amex Ascend lounge vouchers. When checking in, I had to show my boarding pass, the Amex Ascend lounge voucher, and the physical Amex Ascend card.
Blossom Lounge in Terminal 4 opens 24 hours a day.
To check the latest opening times, I use the Blossom Lounge website.
how to get there
Blossom Lounge is an airside lounge. It is located at Level 2M, above the Heritage Zone and Discover Singapore Souvenir Shop.
After passing through immigration, follow the signs to the lounge. When you arrive at the Discover Singapore souvenir shop, take the escalator up and you will arrive at the Blossom Lounge.
The Blossom Lounge is really spacious. There are dining tables in the buffet area. This part is rather dark because it is the interior part with the ceiling.
A little further from the dining area you can find individual pods. The pods have a small table, a spotlight and electrical outlets. I personally don’t feel comfortable working or hanging out in an enclosed space with only a small desk unless I have a video call or meeting and I need privacy.
Next to the individual cubicle/private cubicle, there is a hidden area with 4 reclining sofas, facing directly the heritage area. Here, we can watch short films of heritage areas on repeat. Please note that the backrest cannot be adjusted, the reclining angle is fixed.
There are 8 wooden chairs and a wooden table next to the reclining sofa. 4 of the wooden chairs also have a direct view of the heritage area.
My favorite part is the “outdoors” part. This area is much brighter than the dining area and private pod area. Also, the ceiling is higher so it feels less claustrophobic.
Here, power outlets can be found on almost, if not all, seats.
There is a bar but it was not open during our visit. No information about bar opening hours.
There is a display screen in the center of the bar, showing flight information, which is convenient for us to monitor the flight status.
Although the food area is compact, the variety of food and drinks is quite rich. Food at Blossom Lounge is pork and lard free.
There is a noodle station that offers two types of noodles: laksa and plain noodles. The kitchen staff cooks the noodles upon request. Its concept is similar to Plaza Premium Lounge at T1.
Laksa only has noodles, eggs and fish cakes; no prawns! In terms of taste, the laksa tastes okay, and the chili is also pretty good. But plain noodles are not what I thought they would be; it’s not comfort food that screams.
The buffet area has rice, noodles, vegetables, meat and cauliflower soup. The curry chicken was surprisingly tasty.
There is a salad station offering a variety of vegetables and salad toppings.
They also have a variety of cakes (cake), sandwiches, toaster bread, cereal, fruit, and even a cheese platter!
Finally, they have Udders ice cream! We tried 2 cups and it seemed the only flavor was chocolate. But I don’t mind, I like chocolate! I wish other lounges offered ice cream too!
The hot drinks area has a coffee machine, pods, a selection of teas, and a syrup corner (a first for me!).
The cold drinks area has raw water, juices and soft drinks (from the water dispenser and refrigerator).
The alcoholic beverages section has beer (Sweet Touch and Cheers), wine (Prestigium Cuvée Spéciale, Torre Tallada Blanco, Torre Tallada Tinto), gin (Propeller), vodka (Lithuania Gold) and whiskey (Jim Bean).
Since the Blossom Lounge is an indoor lounge with no access to the airport apron or runway, the only view you will have is the interior view.
Luckily, Blossom Lounge is right next to the Peranakan Heritage Area, so you can enjoy the Peranakan Love Story show, about a couple who fell in love during colonial times. I really like this show.
shower and toilet
There are 2 showers behind the separate/private cubicle. To use the shower, you need to make an appointment at reception.
The shower was full when we went so we didn’t use the shower. We didn’t even see the inside of the shower!
The toilets in Blossom Lounge are compact and comfortable. Very clean and complete with toiletries. Nothing to complain about.
The Magazine Corner has various print issues such as Forbes, Home Decor, Asian Golf, Women and Pinnacle magazines.
I love that the Blossom Lounge is spacious, not too crowded, has sweeping views of the heritage area, and Udder ice cream!
Food and drinks are ok. They were enough to fill me up before takeoff, they weren’t spectacular, but they weren’t too shabby either.
Given that it’s the only third-party lounge in Terminal 4, if I fly out of T4 again in the future, I’ll likely return (unless I use up all my lounge access) and provide an update on this article!
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