Singapore Airlines Lounge at Terminal 3

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Singapore Airlines Lounge at Terminal 3

AWWA School @ Bedok, Singapore

The Private Room Multiloop

Nestled within Changi Airport Terminal 3, the Singapore Airlines Lounge is a sanctuary of luxury and serenity. Displaying the airline's legendary hospitality, the lounge offers a haven before takeoff. The design prominently displays sophistication, from plush seating to elegant aesthetics.


Culinary excellence takes center stage, with an array of dining options rivaling gourmet restaurants. Passengers savor global cuisines, complemented by fine wines and refreshments. Well-appointed workspaces cater to business travelers, equipped with high-speed Wi-Fi and charging stations.


Impeccable service defines the lounge experience, ensuring every need is met. Those desiring relaxation find comfort in private relaxation corners, while rejuvenating showers offer relief during long layovers. The lounge echoes Singapore Airlines' commitment to luxury and comfort, elevating the pre-flight experience to unparalleled heights.


The Listening Lab is proud to have implemented Hearing Loop Systems in Singapore Airlines’ Lounge at Terminal 3, catered for Hearing Aid and Cochlear Implant users. These systems can be found at the First-Class Lounge and The Private Room.


First Class Lounge Counter Loop

First Class Lounge Multiloop

In the First-Class Lounge, easily identified by the brown carpets, the Hearing Loop Systems can be found at the row of seats, next to the bar and also the desk that seats up to 4 pax. Whereas Hearing Loop Systems in The Private Room, identified by the blue carpets, can be located in the seats that is in the middle row and also a desk that seats up to 4 pax located on the beautiful marble-design floor tiles.

The Private Room Multiloop

The Private Room Counter Loop

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If you are looking for the same improvement or upgrade in your environment, contact us today at +65 6817 5100 or email us at to learn more about how we can help you create inclusive and accessible spaces with loop systems in Singapore.