Going To Bali, Indonesia?  In this installment of our Bali Travel Guide Series, we share our review of the Premier Lounge at Bali airport before our flight back to Singapore.

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After experiencing the Skyview Lounge at Changi Airport at the beginning of our Bali trip, we decided to make full use of the travel perk of our ANZ Travel Visa Signature Card again before our flight back to Singapore – Unlimited complimentary access to Airport Lounges around the world.

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Premier Lounge Bali Ngurah Rai International Airport

Bali Ngurah Rai International Airport was still in the midst of expanding its new terminal when we visited Bali. It took us some time to locate the lounge (which is actually near the boarding gates!!). We believe this is just a temporary location as we observe the construction of the various lounges at the Level 2 of the transit area before proceeding to the gate.

Don’t worry if you don’t see ANZ card on the signboard at the entrance. I believe they only display the airline partners and not the credit card partners.

As usual, just present your boarding pass together with your ANZ Travel card to the staff at the welcome counter. Supplementary card holders are also entitled free entry to the lounge. Once the staff verifies your card at the counter, its off to the lounge!

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Bright Lounge Environment

The lounge is smaller as compared the Skyview Lounge at Changi Airport. Nevertheless, it still provides a great resting area before our late night flight back to Singapore.


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Limited Food and Beverages

Soup and Beverage section. There were two choices for the soups – Cream Mushroom or Minestrone – We tried both, which we thought was quite decent.



Food selection was quite limited – though we didn’t really tried the food as we were still quite full from our lunch. Moreover, we would be served food on board as we were travelling back to Singapore on KLM – a full service airline.

Premier Lounge Bali Ngurah Rai International Airport Final Review

Overall, the Premier Lounge at Bali Ngurah Rai International Airport is a good place to rest and have some light finger food and drinks before your flight.

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