Things To Know About Skybar Singapore
The best skybar Singapore rooftop bars are in high demand these days, and for a good reason: they all offer something unique. Each competing tall site in the city provides a wide variety of services and amenities in hopes of being considered the greatest in the city.
The Lamp Atop Hotel Fullerton Bay
Even though it’s not the highest rooftop bar in Singapore, Lantern at The Fullerton Bay Hotel has spectacular views of Marina Bay. The breathtaking panorama of the ocean is the primary draw here. Reserve in advance to relax on their plush bed-style seating, perfect for couples, and take in Singapore by night with a drink in hand.
When discussing the best rooftop bars in Singapore, 1-Altitude, at 63 stories, must be included. It is the highest bar in town and one of the swankiest. There is a tree-lined outdoor dining area, many bars, an opulent lounge, and a dance floor that stays busy late on Friday and Saturday nights spanning three levels. There is a cover charge, but considering the breathtaking panorama of Singapore you receive with it, it is well worth it.
The popularity of Level 33, a rooftop microbrewery, as one of Singapore’s best pubs has been rising recently. Choosing between the stunning views of Marina Bay and this restaurant’s tantalizing array of locally brewed craft beers is difficult.
Beer enthusiasts may order a massive sampler of every beer on the menu to get a feel for the range of styles available, from pale ales to black stouts. Sticky chicken wings and succulent baby back ribs are two examples of gourmet pub grub. It becomes crowded at about 6 o’clock when the surrounding offices are closed for the day.
Despite intense competition, the first “standalone” rooftop bar in Singapore, Loof, is still going strong today. Even though the views from here aren’t as good as 1-Altitude, the atmosphere is much more relaxed and friendly during happy hour, which runs from 5 to 8 p.m. The concept of Beat the Clock is simple: house pours and wines are $5 from 5 p.m. until close and then $1 more every hour after that. It’s also uncommon in Singapore to pay less than S$10 for a pint.
Kinki Rooftop Bar
Kinki’s is best summed up by the phrase “Japanese with an urban attitude.” Various Japanese-inspired sushi and sashimi dishes line the menu, and the hipster-chic decor includes graffiti art, string lights, and mismatched chairs.
You’ll know where you are as soon as you step outside onto the rooftop and view the glittering CBD skyline and the magnificent Fullerton Bay below. On the weekends, Kinki with people coming to hear the live music and DJ sets.