Australian flag carrier, Qantas, has just opened its expanded Business Lounge at Singapore Changi Airport. The expansive lounge should please anyone who passes through Changi Airport - it can now host up to 570 guests at a time, and it has new furniture, enhanced Internet service and upgraded electrical outlets.

The lounge now also offers 20 showers and massive televisions. In fact, the televisions are 80 inches. For those who want to get a bit of work done, the updated lounge provides flexible working areas. On the other hand, those who want to enjoy their time have plenty of room to relax.

Like many lounges around the world, the upgraded Qantas Business Class Lounge offers locally-inspired dishes. These have been thoughtfully created by famous Australian chef Neil Perry. There will be delicious dishes such as chicken laska and roast pork belly freshly cooked. Guests will enjoy the live cooking kitchen.

Of course, there will be Australian wine and barista-made cocktails for those looking for a tipple or two. There is also an extensive buffet that changes daily, along with the possibility to enjoy snacks at the bar.

Qantas isn't done yet. The airline will also debut its First Lounge at Changi Airport later this year. With both lounges opened, Qantas will be able to accommodate more than 800 guests at a time. Qantas offers more than 50 round-trip flights via Singapore, every week. This makes it one of the biggest foreign airline operating out of Changi Airport. At the moment, Sydney, Melbourne and Los Angeles all feature a dedicated First Lounge by Qantas.

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