The location of the lounge remains in the same place with the reception desk at the front. There is now a separate first class lounge that is located off to the right just before the food area.
One of the first things I saw when I walked in is the attended bar.
The business lounge sports a selection of different style seating from your dining tables and chairs where you can enjoy your meals to comfortable couches and chairs.
There are showers which is manned, to ensure each shower cubical is cleaned after each use.
A magazine stand offers a good selection of location and international newspapers and magazines.
Good selection of beverages, food – salads, to cold cuts, warm dimsums, curry etc and made to order laksa and wonton Noodles and of course ice cream by hagen daas
I opted for their wonton noodles – 3 wontons with nicely cooked noodles that still had a good bite to them. I must say the wonton noodles here are by far superior to those from Cathay Pacific’s Wing Lounge Noodle bar. I find their noodles to be over done – more on the soggy side.
Boarding calls are not made in the lounge, so you need to regularly check on your flight.
Amenities: Free Wifi, Business Centre, TV, Newpapers/Magazines, Toilets/Showers
Hours: 24 Hours
Location: Terminal 2, Level 3, North Wing
Verdict: Between the old lounge and the newly refurbished lounge is the inclusion of toilet and shower facilities and the first class lounge area with refreshed seating, which is good as previously you had to go outside in order to use the bathroom facilities.