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Top 5 Rooftop Bars From Around the World

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Sky Bar
Sirocco, Bangkok

Located on the 63rd floor of Bangkok’s Lebua Hotel, the Sirocco Sky Bar is one of the world’s highest open air bar. At 820ft in the air, the bar provides stunning panoramic views of Bangkok, enjoyed by patrons as they sip on cocktails mixed by the talented mixologists who entertain guests with fun new creations.

Radio
ME Hotel, London

Situated on the rooftop of the 31 storey ME London Hotel, London’s highest rated rooftop bar may not be the tallest, but it does boost an impressive view. Overlooking the city skyline of Canary Wharf, the Thames river, and Somerset House, visitors to radio can sip on classy cocktails while mixing with London’s elite – watch out for the hefty prices affixed to the menu though!

1-Altitude
Singapore

One of Singapore’s finest bars, and the highest alfresco bar, is 1-Altitude, sitting at 282m above sea level on the roof of One Raffles Place. The open-air bar offers a stunning 360-degree view of Singapore, with glass panels lining the bar to really emphasis the open quality of the bar which offers high-end cocktails for patrons to enjoy.

AER Lounge
Four Seasons Mumbai, India

The modern, futuristic setting of AER, a 34th floor open-air lounge, features beautiful panoramic views of the city of Mumbai and the sea beyond. This stunning bar is not to be missed when visiting Mumbai, and even offers 2-4-1 deals on their delicious cocktails at happy hour, as well as nightly resident DJs offering upbeat sets of jazz, funk and retro classics.

Flair Rooftop Restaurant & Bar
Ritz-Carlton Shanghai, China

Flair Rooftop Restaurant & Bar is an award winning open-air bar, providing spectacular views of Shanghai’s skyline, most notably with sights of the Oriental Pearl Radio & TV tower and Huangpu River at 58 stories high.

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