5 of the best rooftop bars in Southeast Asia
Southeast Asia cocktail culture boasts with luxury and exclusive rooftop bars for every kind of mood. Discover our 5 best rooftops in SE Asia.
Vertigo at Banyan Tree
Perched on the 59th floor against the backdrop of the Petronas twin towers. Vertigo furnishes with sofas and lounge chairs as well as bar stools. It is the ideal place to relax after work or for a drink after dinner.
Marini is on 57
The three distinct spaces, the Italian restaurant, the Whisky Lounge and the Rooftop bar, offer visitors a 360-degree view of the city. Proud to claim the traceability of its products, the restaurant’s menu offers juicy Australian delicacies, vegetables from their own farm in Cameron Highlands and even freshly picked herbs from their own aromatic garden on their rooftop terrace. However, more exotic ingredients such as burrata, white truffle and Normandy blue lobster are imported.
Sky Bar in Lebua
On the 62nd floor is the Sky Bar. However, it was his leading role in the Hollywood hit film The Hangover Part II in 2011 that earned this amazing bar its well-deserved reputation. Don’t leave without trying Hangovertini, a drink specially created for the film. With green tea liqueur, apple juice, Martini Rosso and rosemary honey as the main ingredients.
Octave Rooftop Bar & Lounge
Imagine four floors for drinking, dancing and partying? It is the Octave Rooftop lounge located between the 45th and 49th floors of the Bangkok Marriott Hotel in Thonglor. You can relax in a sun lounger and enjoy a Thai Mojito cocktail !
Smoke and mirrors
Located on the roof of Singapore’s National Gallery, Chief Barman Yugnes Susela, this mixology genius brings cuisine-inspired techniques to his cocktail creations, evoking innovative drinks that betray his Japanese culinary past.
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