Singapore remains one of the region’s top party cities, so it’s no wonder why it’s the home of some well-appointed rooftop bars that showcase the best views. Here, we round up a few rooftop bars worth seeing whenever you visit Singapore.
The world’s highest al-fresco bar, 1-Altitude stands at 282-meters above sea levels and boasts 360-degree views of Singapore. This rooftop bar at the Central Business District has several in-house DJs which include Leonard T, who has worked at Zouk Singapore and Kuala Lumpur; and Jack T, who has played for the bar since it opened six years ago.
Head over to the rooftop bar on September 16 for the Martini Party, an F1 event featuring Estonian DJ Madison Mars and supported by the bar’s above mentioned DJs. For only SGD$65.50, you’ll get a premium house pour and a martini cocktail. If you happen to miss that event, drop by on Wicked Wednesdays, where ladies can just come in for free and get martinis all night for only US$7.44. It’s a great opportunity to meet people—both women and men.
Formerly known as Ku De Ta until a five-year lawsuit from Ku De Ta Bali led the Singapore rooftop bar to change its name, CÉ LA VI Club Lounge is perched on top of the Marina Bay Sands integrated resort. It has a cozy bar area and dance floor, from where patrons can have 360-degree views of the city.
Their casual dining menu is available until 11 p.m. Standouts include char-grilled Chiang Mai sausage, which has nam prik num, rose apple salad, and pork crackling; and BBQ black angus burger, with caramelized onions, pickled chilies, and melted cheddar cheese.
Visit the bar for its impressive list of DJs, which includes Spinbad, who played for Canadian comedian Russell Peters’ tour; Brendon P, one of Singapore’s veteran DJs; and Joshua P, whose repertoire includes funk, soul, disco, and techno. Drop by during the F1 weekend and enjoy watching the race down below.