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10 Best Rooftop Bars In Singapore For Beers And Cocktails With A View

14th July 2023

Best rooftop bars in Singapore

Regular bars may be too boring for all you trendsetters out there who are seeking novel experiences. If you’re constantly looking for the place to be seen at, check out these 10 rooftop bars in Singapore that allow you to take in the gorgeous skyline with a drink in hand. Plus, most of them come with happy hour promotions!

1. Las Palmas Rooftop Bar

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Perched on the 33rd level of Courtyard by Marriot Singapore Novena, Las Palmas Rooftop Bar serves not just breathtaking views of MacRitchie Reservoir and Bukit Timah Hill, but also alcoholic beverages from just $10 nett between 5pm to 7pm daily. Diners can hang around poolside, or lounge at the rose quartz bar counter and watch the bartenders at work.

If you’re heading down late, go for their refreshing cocktails that’ll transport you back to 1960s Palm Springs. We recommend High Tide Mai Tai ($28++) with Jamaican Rum, lime, and cherry, or Once Upon A Time In Hollywood ($23++), which blends vodka, grapefruit, and lemon juice.

Address: 99 Irrawaddy Road, Level 33, Courtyard Marriott Singapore, Singapore 329568
Opening hours: Tue-Thurs 5pm to 12am, Fri-Sat 5pm to 1am, Sun 3pm to 12am
Tel: 6378 0303
Las Palmas Rooftop Bar is not a halal-certified eatery.

2. Southbridge

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With fresh oysters flown in from New Zealand and a wide variety of alcohol, Southbridge is where you should go to pick up some seafood and drinks. Happy hour on weekdays runs from 5pm to 8pm, with Peroni draft beers going at $10++, together with half a dozen oysters at $23++. More filling options include Chicken Quesadillas ($18++) and Smoked Pork Taco ($19++). If you time your trip right, seasonal and uncommon oysters such as French Belon and Irish Rock Oysters may be available.

Address: 80 Boat Quay, Level 5, Rooftop, Singapore 049868
Opening hours: Daily 5pm to 12am
Tel: 6877 6965
Southbridge is not a halal-certified eatery.

3. Smoke & Mirrors

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Smoke & Mirrors is set on top of National Gallery Singapore, boasting a long terrace that runs parallel to St Andrew’s Road below. The elegant rooftop bar also offers panoramic views over the Padang playing field, Esplanade Park, and Marina Bay, complemented by skyline views both to the left and right.

Pick your poison from The Art of Drinking section of the menu, featuring concoctions inspired by the gallery and its art pieces. There’s By The Padang ($25++), a rum-based drink blended with apple brandy and spices, as well as Bananas in a Glass ($26++), which takes inspiration from local artist Georgette Chen’s work, Bananas in a Basket.

Address: 1 Saint Andrew’s Road, #06-01, National Gallery Singapore, Singapore 178957
Opening hours: Mon-Wed 6pm to 12am, Thurs-Sat 6pm to 1am, Sun 5pm to 12am
Tel: 9380 6313
Smoke & Mirrors is not a halal-certified eatery.

4. Levant

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Pop by Levant between 5pm to 8pm on Mondays and Tuesdays for mojitos and margaritas at $12++! On Wednesday nights, ladies get to enjoy one-for-one martinis at $20++, and on Thursdays, the bar offers sweet deals on bottles from 5pm.

As you take in the tranquil views of the Tanjong Pagar neighbourhood, consider trying some of the bar’s crafty cocktails. For something sweet and citrusy, order the Greek Forest ($18++) with honeycomb-infused tsipouro and mountain pine liquor, or go for Apricot Clouds ($22++), concocted with Metaxa—a Greek spirit with a blend of Muscat wine.

Address: 32 Tras Street, Level 4, Singapore 078972
Opening hours: Daily 5pm to 12am
Tel: 6304 3298
Levant is not a halal-certified eatery.

5. 1927 Rooftop Bar

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1927 Rooftop Bar is located in the heart of Singapore’s CBD, perched on top of the iconic five-star hotel, Hotel Telegraph. While the rooftop bar doesn’t offer panoramic skyline views, it does give you close-up vistas amid the city’s majestic skyscrapers. The vibes here are relaxed and sophisticated, with custom-made lounge sofas and pops of greenery adorning the space.

Happy hour runs from 12pm to 5pm daily, with bottled beers and wines going at $12++ and cocktails priced at just $15++. If you’re feeling peckish, pair your tipples with some light bar bites. We’ve heard good things about their Mini Wagyu Beef Sliders ($22++), which see juicy Wagyu patties sandwiched between fluffy sesame buns, served with truffle fries on the side.

Address: 80 Collyer Quay, Singapore 049326
Opening hours: Sun-Thur 8am to 1am, Fri-Sat 8am to 2am
Tel: 6597 5299
1927 Rooftop Bar is not a halal-certified eatery.

6. Kinki Rooftop Bar

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Kinki is an edgy bar plastered with graffiti by street artists such as Chris Garver of Miami Ink fame and Singapore’s very own ANTZ. Enjoy 1-for-1 happy hour beers such as Asahi Super Dry and Kronenbourg Blanc from 5pm to 8pm on weekdays. Otherwise, grab a cocktail from just $15.20++  with the likes of Aurora Polaris, a butterfly pea-infused Gin, or Gold Quencher: Roku Gin and yuzu umeshu mixed with soda water.

Grab some Japanese nibbles too, such as Spicy Miso Edamame ($10++) and Chicken Karaage ($15++). The Kinki Wings ($18++) is another indulgent snack, featuring five crispy pieces of sesame-marinated deep-fried wings.

Address: 70 Collyer Quay, #02-02, Customs House, Singapore 049323
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 12pm to 3pm, 6pm to 10:30pm
Tel: 6533 3471
Kinki Rooftop Bar is not a halal-certified eatery.

7. LeVeL 33

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Here’s one for you beer lovers: LeVel 33 Craft Brewery is a microbrewery located on the 33rd floor of Marina Bay Financial Centre. Fun fact: it’s also the world’s highest urban microbrewery, offering the freshest booze coming straight out of their kegs. If you fancy some oysters, go for their happy hour promo with three oysters and a glass of beer going for $30.90++. The same combo is also available at $40.90++ with champagne bubbles instead of beer.

Address: 8 Marina Boulevard, #33-01, Tower 1, Singapore 018981
Opening hours: Daily 12pm to 12am
Tel: 6834 3133
LeVel 33 is not a halal-certified eatery.

8. FRY Rooftop Bistro & Bar

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There are many bars and restaurants along Club Street, which makes FRY easy to miss. Perched on top of an old shophouse, FRY offers happy hour daily from 5pm to 7pm, with 20% off all alcoholic drinks and food. Plus, you get a free serving of salted fries with any purchase of two draught beers on Mondays, as well as fruity martinis at just $12++ on Tuesdays.

If you’re heading down with pals on a weekend, spend $188++ in a single receipt and enjoy a free round of shooters of the day!

Address: 96B Club Street, Singapore 069464
Opening hours: Daily 5pm to 12am
Tel: 8418 5995
FRY Rooftop Bistro & Bar is not a halal-certified eatery.


my-patio-rooftop-barImage credit: @mypatio.sg

Hidden behind a yellow door is MY PATIO, a rooftop speakeasy in Tanjong Pagar that looks like something straight out of Itaewon. The bar offers a rotating selection of over 40 Korean and international craft beers, makgeolli, and soju. For something refreshing, try the cocktail soju Spring in Jeju ($16++), or get a Watermelon Soju Jug ($32++) to share with your pals. Pair your drinks with Korean comfort food such as Half Yangyum Chicken ($26++) and Ban Moonuh Dukjbooki ($48++); the latter features a huge platter loaded with tangsuyuk, octopus tentacles, mandu, tteokbokki and more.

Address: 74 Tanjong Pagar Road, #02-01, Singapore 088495
Opening hours: Daily 5pm to 1am
Tel: 8249 2142
MY PATIO is not a halal-certified eatery.

10. Wanderlost

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Introducing the only Muslim-friendly entry on this list: Wanderlost by The Halal Mixologist is a fairytale-inspired rooftop bar hidden away in Bugis. Here, you’ll find yourself in a whimsical space decked out with vibrant colours and greenery danging off the ceiling. All the items on the menu, including their drinks, are inspired by children’s fairy tales. Try the Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire ($15+), a citrusy beverage with a hint of aromatic spices, or the Ugly Duckling ($14+), a tart and fruity number that comes in a neon pink bathtub with a yellow rubber duckling.

Read our Wanderlost review.

Address: 201 Victoria Street, #07-04, Bugis+, Singapore 188067
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 5:30pm to 11pm, Sat-Sun 12pm to 11pm
Tel: 9145 8755
Wanderlost is a Muslim-owned eatery.

Wanderlost Review: Fairy Tale-Inspired Rooftop Bar With Rendang Nachos And More In Bugis

Rooftop bars in Singapore with a view

Hold a drink in your hand and take in the spectacular view of Singapore’s skyline. Let us know if you are aware of any other rooftop bars with happy hour promos! For more fun spots to spend your TGIF nights, read our best Boat Quay restaurants and bars guide. Otherwise, check out Verandah Pool Bar & Grill, which has a swim-up bar with Bali-style floating trays.

12 Boat Quay Restaurants And Bars For CBD Workers To Celebrate TGIF

Feature image adapted from @levant.sg, LeVel 33 Craft Brewery, @mypatio.sg, and HotelTelegraphSingapore

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