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Cathay Pacific’s Champagne Bar And Lounge

This is part of the Trip Report So Long Mongolia, Hello SE Asia (December-January 2015) which covers:

Catch up by reading the preview, The Banana Pancake Trail to Myanmar Starts This Monday, then the overview, Thailand, Myanmar, Hong Kong, Disney, Home, where the game time decision was made to leave Mongolia for good.

Singapore Airlines’s Private Room is the best lounge I have visited. While flying Emirates, I missed out on the lounge in Dubai because my connection was in business though I did enter an alternative first class lounge. Cathay Pacific whether it be in business or first is the go to lounge of choice. Along with the usual showers, open bar, and food, Cathay’s The Wing First Class Lounge features a Champagne Bar with never-ending bubbly.

My only regret was arriving at the lounge later than I should have.  Though I enjoyed the à la carte breakfast, I was a bit rushed and couldn’t go back to the champagne retreat.

a passport and boarding pass
Back to the US for the first time in 7 months.
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The Wing
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First Class==>
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Champagne Bar==>
Champagne Bar
More awkward, her pouring with me taking the photo or me taking the photo?
All I need in life

a table with wine glasses and bottles a group of bottles in a silver bowl a glass of wine on a table

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Lounge + Champagne
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I could get used to this.
cathay pacific the wing first class lounge
cathay pacific the wing first class lounge
Dim sum
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I could get used to this.
cathay pacific the wing first class lounge
Noodles. Again awkwardness of standing and photographing noodles. Part of the job I guess.
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Not a bad way to be leaving Mongolia for home.

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  1. The most important question: what brand champagne was it? I was impressed that The Wing’s business class lounge served Moet, and The Bridge served Piper Heidsieck.

    • Good question. It was MOET which for first class lounge is weak.

      Cathay business in both lounge and flights which I’m about to write are so similar that it is pointless to opt for first.

      I’m sure someone will jump on me for saying that but the champagne speaks to my point!

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