Changi Airport Lounges

Connect Lounge at Changi Airport T2 joins Priority Pass

Priority Pass members can now access 'Connect at Changi Airport' in Terminal 2, a space to work and grab some complimentary F&B before your flight.

Last month we reported on several dining outlets at Singapore Changi Airport joining the Priority Pass programme, adding some restaurant options to the longstanding list of lounges accessible to those with a same-day boarding pass.


Now there’s another new option available to members in Terminal 2, in the form of a “business networking lounge”, designed primarily for those needing to catch up on work before their flight, or in between flights.

Connect at Changi Airport joins Priority Pass

The Connect at Changi lounge is a collaboration between Changi Airport Group and flexible workspace provider Garage Society.

It is located in the transit area at Terminal 2, after immigration clearance on Level 3. Take the escalator to Level 3 and you’ll see the lounge on the right hand side, near the SATS Premier Lounge.

Connect at Changi Airport location on Level 3 of T2’s transit area. (Image: Changi Airport)

Connect is ideal for travelling entrepreneurs and members of the mobile workforce who need a place to work between flights. Connect is a business networking location equipped with meeting and business spaces.

Priority Pass

The facility is open from 6.15am to 7pm each day.

Connect at Changi is primarily designed for distraction-free working, with the added benefit of F&B options. (Photo: Garage Society)

Priority Pass members can redeem one of their annual visits at this lounge for:

  • A maximum three-hour ‘workspace’ usage, including high-speed Wi-Fi and charging outlets
  • Free flow black coffee, house tea and selected snacks
  • S$20 F&B allowance from the Café menu, including alcoholic beverages

Conference facilities and private meeting rooms are subject to additional payment.

Connect at Changi Airport is the third Priority Pass lounge option in Terminal 2. (Image: Priority Pass)

Food options on the menu include wraps and cakes, or more substantial dishes like Salmon or Beef Lasagne and Chicken Pot Pie.

Get your coffee fix in the Connect at Changi facility – potentially free with Priority Pass. (Photo: Garage Society)

Those with a Priority Pass via the Citi Prestige card will benefit most here – since one guest visit is free with that membership type (and since it’s unlimited, you can then head to another Priority Pass lounge if you wish).

Access is also available to LoungeKey members, a subset of Priority Pass.

Which credit cards in Singapore include Priority Pass or LoungeKey?

The following credit cards in Singapore offer Priority Pass or LoungeKey membership, including a selected number of complimentary visits each year.

Card Free Visits
Per Calendar Year Per Membership Year
Citi PremierMiles 2
This image has an empty alt attribute; its file name is Card2022-Small.pngCiti Prestige Unlimited
+ 1 guest
This image has an empty alt attribute; its file name is Altitude-Card-Visa-Small.pngDBS Altitude 2
This image has an empty alt attribute; its file name is DBS-Vantage-Small.pngDBS Vantage 10
This image has an empty alt attribute; its file name is HSBCviNEW2-small.pngHSBC VI Unlimited
This image has an empty alt attribute; its file name is Card-Small.pngMaybank VI Unlimited
This image has an empty alt attribute; its file name is Journey-Card.pngSC Journey 2
This image has an empty alt attribute; its file name is Card.pngSCVI 6
This image has an empty alt attribute; its file name is Card-Solitaire-Metal.pngUOB Lady’s Solitaire Metal 6

Accompanying guest visits, or those used over and above your annual allocation, are typically charged at US$32 per person per visit.

Plaza Premium lounges are back on Priority Pass

The addition of Connect at Changi to the programme comes as 63 Plaza Premium lounges also recently joined the Priority Pass network, most of them re-joiners, including the popular one at Changi Airport Terminal 1.

The Plaza Premium Lounge at Changi T1 is back on Priority Pass, and serves some good local dishes. (Photo: MainlyMiles)

Alongside the recent addition of new dining options on Priority Pass at Changi Airport, this now opens up a wide variety of lounges, restaurants and co-working spaces available through the programme, which is great news for members, many of whom have a Priority Pass linked to their credit card account.




Priority Pass has been adding a number of options for members at Singapore Changi Airport, most recently including set meals at specific restaurants in addition to the usual third-party lounge access offering.

This latest addition is an interesting co-working space, inclusive of a S$20 F&B credit and up to three hour visit time, which could work perfectly for those departing from Terminal 2 who primarily need to get some productive work done before their flight.

(Cover Photo: The Garage Society)



    1. Visited on 31st July, it is not a conducive place for meetings online or in-person. very small, cramped, and not comfortable. I would stick to the regular lounge, but just drop in for the $20 credit that can be used for coffee and cake, including takeaways.

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