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11 Best Rooftop Bars In Singapore – CBD Skyline Views, Affordable Menus & Bar With Infinity Pool

Best rooftop bars in Singapore


Deciding a drinking spot for a meetup with friends is a lot of responsibility. You have to consider the price, ambience, food and whether all these suit the people coming. And sometimes people want to try new things too. Surprise them and elevate the drinking sesh with a nice view and alfresco dining at one of these 11 rooftop bars in Singapore.


1. Level 33 – Microbrewery with fresh craft beers



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As the name suggests, Level 33 is located on the 33rd floor of Marina Bay Financial Tower 1 and has a great view of Marina Bay’s city skyline. Fans of craft beer will rejoice at the fact that the bar is also a microbrewery where you can get fresh brews from the tap. 


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Even those craving something sweet can try some of their beer cocktails like the London Fruity ($23) which uses the 33.4 House Porter with rum, pineapple juice, mango juice and crème de fraise for a refreshing twist. “Crack open” a cold one with the boys, enjoy the view and get some food while you’re at it too that includes vegan and gluten-free options.

For a full-on meal, you can try out the Free-range Australian Pork Chop ($42) that’s marinated in Blond Larger and miso. Their Whole Roasted Palermo Pepper ($36) is also gluten-free and vegetarian if you want something that’s lighter and healthier, which leaves more room for drinks too so its a win-win.

Address: 78 Marina Boulevard, #33-01 Tower 1, Singapore 018981
Opening hours: 12pm-12am, Daily
Contact: 6834 3133 


2. Mr Stork – Intimate drinking sesh in the teepee huts


You’ll be inspired to plan your next date night when you see the cute teepee huts at Mr Stork. Cuddle up with bae or have a nice h2h talk with some drinks and international snacks in a cosy and intimate setting in the teepees or get a table with a view.

Your tastebuds will be travelling the world with snacks from different regions like Kaarage Chicken in Hot Sauce ($24) or Beetroot Hummus with Feta Cheese & Pita Bread ($18). This is great if the group can’t decide on what cuisine to have. 


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Those who want something sweet but healthy and non-alcoholic can opt for their Seedlip cocktails ($22) which use the world’s first distilled non-alcoholic spirit. Their Garden of Eden has floral notes that make for a great lunch drink on weekdays when you have to go back to work after but you still want to get the bar experience.

Address: 5 Fraser Street Level 39 Andaz, Singapore 189354
Opening hours: Mon-Thu 5pm-12am | Fri 5pm-1am | Sat 3pm-1am | Sun 3am-12am
Contact: 9008 7707


3. Levant – Mediterranean-inspired food & cocktails



Incredible views of Pinnacle@Duxton and the shophouses at Tanjong Pagar.
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Levant will have you feeling like you’re enjoying summer in Greece with their Mediterranean-inspired cocktails and food. One of their signature cocktails, Levantine Shore ($20), uses Turkish delight as one of its ingredients for those who want a sweet and Mediterranean twist to their drink.


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Their bar bites are also equally exotic with options like Smoked Duck & Truffle Samosas ($19) and Beef Kofta Sliders with Eggplant Fritters ($21). Those who are down to party can check their website for events with live DJs like their Bad Behaviour Wednesdays.

Address: 32 Tras Street Level 4, Singapore 078972
Opening hours: 5pm-12am, Daily
Contact: 6304 3298


4. Lady Wu – Events for girl’s night out



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Get the girlies together for a night out at Lady Wu. Named after the first and only female monarch to rule over China, it has heavy Chinese influences in both its decor and cuisine. They have unique snacks and food like Truffle Seafood Hor Fun ($23) and Ginie in a Teapot ($48) which is a mix of English breakfast tea with Hendrick’s gin and elderflower.


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Things tend to get lively with their live performances by musicians and stand-up comedians. Keep an eye out on their Instagram for updates on their events, like the one they recently hosted where they invited male exotic dancers to add extra spice to ladies’ night.

Address: 11 North Canal Road #03-02 (Attic Level), Singapore 048824
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 5pm-3am (Closed on Sundays & PH)
Contact: 8338 7479


5. Vue – Singapore’s first spritz & charcuterie rooftop bar



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For those in the mood for a more atas experience, Vue is Singapore’s first rooftop bar that has charcuterie boards and spritz cocktails. Enjoy the sunset with a spritz cocktail between 5pm and 7pm and you’ll also get complimentary canapés to go with it. But if nothing from the list of spritz cocktails catches your eye, opt to build your own spritz cocktail (from $24).


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For an even more fancy dinner, opt for the Omakase ($388) experience which is a 6-course meal of dishes selected by the chef. Or go all out with an A5 Emperor “Kokuou” Black Wagyu steak (from $178) all the way from Kyushu Island in Japan. Those who are suaku when it comes to wine can refer to their post and pre-dinner list to pair it with their meal

Address: OUE Bay Front 50 Collyer Quay Level 19, Singapore 049321
Opening hours:
Lunch: Mon-Fri 12pm-2pm (Closed on Sat-Sun & PH)
Dinner: 5.30pm-12am, Daily
Al Fresco Spritz Bar: Sun-Thu 5pm-1am | Fri-Sat & Eve of PH 5pm-2am
Contact: 8338 7479


6. Dusk Restaurant & Bar – Ocean views from the peak of Mount Faber



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You’ll feel like you’re on top of the world at Dusk Restaurant & Bar which is located at the peak of Mount Faber. You’ll get a panoramic view of Sentosa and Harbourfront and experience beautiful sunsets in the evening which really adds to the calm and quiet atmosphere of the place.

Your problems and stress might very well seem minuscule from up here, especially with a Nitro-Frost Caviar Martini ($18) in hand. Their signature cocktails are crafted using molecular mixology making them unique and Instagramable drinks. They have your typical bar bites like Truffle Fries ($14) or get their Cote De Boeuf ($98) that serves 2 for a more filling meal.


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If you’re feeling extra fancy, take a cable car ride up to the place and take your time to admire the view on the way up as well before your fine dining experience.

Address: Faber Peak Singapore Level 2 109 Mount Faber Road, Singapore 099203
Opening hours: Sun-Thu & PH 4pm-11pm | Fri-Sat & Eve of PH 4pm-2am
Contact: 6361 0088


7. Olibier Bar – Homely rooftop bar in Little India



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 Olibier Bar is a no-frills, homely rooftop bar that looks and feels like someone’s balcony. The lawn chairs, the tablecloth and the style of the wooden table are all key elements of a typical Singaporean home. You’ll have a variety of both international and local craft beer (from $10) as well as spirits (from $11) and cocktails (from $16).


Cocktails and fishball keropok anyone?
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Adventurous types will love their snack selection. After all, who would’ve thought that Koko crunch with milk ($6) or Pasar Malam Corn Cup ($7) could be bar snacks too? This really brings out the local Singaporean “drink at home” atmosphere without having to break the bank for your own stash.

Address: 70A Dunlop Street, Singapore 209398
Opening hours: Tue-Thu 6pm-11pm | Fri-Sat 5.30pm-12am (Closed on Sundays & Mondays)
Contact: 9769 8202


8. Moon Rooftop Bar & Lounge – Lunar-themed drinks & decor



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You might be over the moon with what Moon Rooftop Bar & Lounge has to offer. They have cute lunar-themed drinks like the Moon Lady ($25) which consists of mixed berries juices and gin. Or if you really want to ball out, they have special bundles like the Forever Love 1314 ($1,314) that come with 36 special cocktail shots.


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They even have the moon lights on the tables for sale at $30 per piece for you to bring home and remind you of the night you had there. You know the place is really atas when they have a dress code, so make sure to plan ahead before coming down.

Address: 70 Anson Road #27-01 Hub Synergy Point, Singapore 079905
Opening hours: 3pm-12am, Daily
Contact: 9796 6696


9. Wiped Out – Affordable alfresco bar for the Westies



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If you’ve been to Beauty World Food Centre, you might have come across Wiped Out amongst the other eateries there. This place gives off the heartland atmosphere with its casual setting and also the surrounding HDB blocks nearby. These don’t block the view though, which gives a great backdrop of the “heartland” skyline. Not something you can find at a regular ol’ hawker. 

Don’t let looks deceive though, they have quite a few types of craft beers and some classics like Heineken and Guinness on tap. There’s also an option for a Bucket of 5 for just $25 and you get to mix and match them too. These would go well with some Satay Bee Hoon ($4) from Jin Li Satay Bee Hoon or a Sizzle Mix Grilled Platter ($13.90) from Big Boys Sizzling Hotplate.

Address: 144 Upper Bukit Timah Road, #04-61, Singapore 588177
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 4pm-11pm | Sat-Sun & PH 3pm-11pm


10. Southbridge – Alfresco oyster & gin bar along Boat Quay



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Southbridge could be your next go-to location for an after-work soiree if you work in the CBD area. Relax with a Pear Sour ($20) paired with a backdrop of the city skyline. If you happen to get off work early, they even have a 1-for-1 G&T special ($18) between 5pm and 8pm so bring your favourite co-worker along.

They even serve oysters for that extra boujee feel that you should treat yourself to. The oysters have various toppings and sauces on them but you can’t go wrong with the Natural ($30) where 6 oysters are served with fresh lemon and tabasco.

Address: 80 Boat Quay Rooftop Level 5, Singapore 049868
Opening hours: 5pm-12am, Daily
Contact: 6877 6965


11. 1-Altitude Coast – Adults only bar with infinity pool access



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Kick into summer party mode at 1-Altitude Coast, the adult-only rooftop bar that also has a swimming pool. Located at the top of The Outpost Hotel Sentosa, it exudes island vacay feels. Grab a cocktail and head on over to the pool for a dip or chill in one of their cabanas while you enjoy the view of the Singapore Straits.

Their all-day menu has some interesting bites like the Seafood Laksa Pasta ($34) and Assorted Satay Platter ($35). Wash them down with a refreshing Summer Fling ($23) that has both fruity and spicy notes or a Secrets of Sentosa ($23) with strong apple, lime, honey and vanilla hints.

Address: Level 7 The Outpost Hotel 10 Artillery Avenue Sentosa Island, Singapore 099951
Opening hours: Mon-Tue 11am-10pm | Wed-Thu & Sun 11am-12am | Fri-Sat 11am-2am
Contact: 8879 8765


Bonus: Fairytail Bar – Halal-certified “bar” with bespoke mocktails



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Who says you need alcoholic beverages to have the full bar experience? Those who don’t consume alcohol would find themselves right at home at Fairytail Bar, one of Singapore’s first halal-certified bars. 


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They serve bespoke mocktails that are unique and creative like the Iago of Aladdin ($16) that’s a refreshing mix of lemongrass, ginger ale and Thai basil. They even have a wide variety of halal European, French and Italian cuisine like their authentic Spaghetti Carbonara ($24), and Jarret D’ Agneau ($35) or braised lamb shank.

Address: 231 Outram Road, Singapore 169040
Opening hours:
Lunch: Sat-Sun 12pm-5pm
Dinner: Mon-Fri 5.30pm-11pm | Sat-Sun 5.15pm-11pm
Contact: 6595 1380


Best rooftop bars in Singapore


Finding the right bar can be quite a daunting task, even more so if you’re looking for the right rooftop one. Hopefully, this list has given you some direction to pick out the ones that best match the vibes and the people of the outing. 

For more watering holes and nightlife activities, check out:


Cover image adapted from: @vuesingapore & @chun_may1245 via Instagram

Raiz Redwan

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