Amazing Rooftop Bars In Singapore: Which Ones Have you Visited?

Singapore has an amazing skyline and the beauty of the architecturally beautiful financial institutions and the iconic Marina Bay Sands around the Singapore River is breathtaking. The view makes you wonder how come things built at different time periods have been placed so beautifully and fit perfectly to create the skyline which you want to enjoy. All you need to enjoy this view is a good rooftop bar and a glass of wine. We have some of the best strategically placed rooftop bars in Singapore with a variety of cocktail concoctions, a genre of music and a promise of a good time. Here are some of them for you to decide and make the right choice.


One Altitude rooftop bar in Singapore
One Altitude rooftop bar in Singapore

One Altitude is one of the rooftop bars in Singapore city and has a cafe and bar split over 3 levels, with rooftop area offering 36-degree view of cityscape.

ADDRESS: 1 Raffles Place, Singapore 048616


Sunday – Tuesday: 6pm to 2am
Eve of Public Holiday, Wednesday, Friday & Saturday: 6PM to 4AM


6PM – 9PM Cover Charge: $35 inclusive of 2 Drinks.

After 9PM Cover Charge: $45 inclusive of 2 Drinks

Ladies Night: Wednesday: No entry fees, Most of the drinks at SGD10 each.

One Altitude is world’s highest al fresco bar at 282 metres above ground. The bar provides a truly spectacular unobstructed 360-degree view of Singapore. The sunsets are worth seeing and it is happening place for after office relaxing. The party band is amazing and tempts you to dance the night away with their groovy music. The cocktails are amazing, and my favourite is the Singapore Sling here or the Altitude Affair. There are light bites to enjoy and the selection is quite good. After a drink and dance the Pizzas from their pizza bar is worth a taste.

This place is one my favourites as it is just across from my office and holds special memories as my first date with my Fiancée in Singapore was in this bar.


Another one of the gorgeous rooftop bars in Singapore is Ce La Vi

Ce-La-Vi is another one of the popular rooftop bars in Singapore

ADDRESS: Bay front Avenue Marina Bay Sands Tower 3, 018971


Mon – Wed: 18:00 – 23:00

Sun: 18:00 – 23:00

Thu: 18:00 – 23:30


Entry charges are generally SGD20 which includes one drink. If you want to book a lounge area to sit and talk and enjoy the view of the infinity pool the minimum costs is SGD 300++

Ladies Night: Skip cover charge and enjoy one drink free on Wednesdays.

At the rooftop of the most iconic building in Singapore, Marina bay sands. While all the bars provide the view of Singapore with marina bay sands at its highlight, Ce La Vi lets you enjoy the view from MBS which is very refreshing and fun. The view from this bar at tower 3 Marina Bay Sands is simply spectacular. There is a fine dining Asian restaurant with complex flavours and a widespread of options. The bar and club lounge is fun featuring best of the DJ’s and dance numbers. The view from behind the bar, when you head to the washroom is mind blowing, as you can enjoy the view of the sea, and the gardens by the bay as well.


Lantern is one the amazing rooftop bars in Singapore.

Lantern is one the amazing rooftop bars in Singapore.

ADDRESS: 80 Collyer Quay, Singapore 049326


Sundays to Thursdays: 10.00 a.m. to 1.00 a.m.
Fridays, Saturdays and Eve of Public Holidays: 10.00 a.m. to 2.00 a.m.


Daily from 11.00 AM to 6.00 PM
Sunday to Thursday, 11.00 PM to 1.00 AM


The bar does not have an entry charge, however prior reservation is advisable.

Ladies night is on Wednesday for an hour from 8-9 PM where you have free flow of drinks; however, good of you do not know your drinks yet.

Elegant and stylish, Lantern is a pretty rooftop bar atop the Fullerton Bay Hotel. It is not a high rise rooftop bar like the others, but the view of the waterfront bay and the mesmerizing Singapore skyline is enthralling. The bar carries the grace and the luxury of the Fullerton hotel which houses it. One of the recommendations I want to make for the place is there flatbread pizza which I simply love and the vanilla ice cream, generally given three scoops with some fresh fruits and tastes like cream and is so light. The music is light and the place has a romantic ambiance to it. The place is perfect for a relaxed evening or a special date night.


Level 33 is one the amazing rooftop bars in Singapore

Another one of the popular rooftop bars in Singapore is Level 33. It is also the highest brewery in the world.

ADDRESS: 8 Marina Boulevard #33-01, Marina Bay Financial Centre


11:30AM – 02:00AM daily


No entry charges but arrive early or book a table in advance if you want to sit outside and enjoy the views from there.

I am not aware of any ladies night at this bar.

The highest brewery in the world, located at the 33rd floor of the Marina bay Financial Centre in the central Singapore where most of the financial offices are located. This place really caters for the beer lovers as at any time there are 5-6 craft beers to choose from. At 156 metres above the ground, the sweeping 180 degree views from Level 33 are simply stunning, making it a perfect place to enjoy a chilled glass of craft beer. They do have cocktails and wines but the beer is what they specialize in. All Singapore’s landmarks like Marina Bay Sands, Gardens by the Bay, the Flyer and the rest of the CBD’s skyline are visible when you sit outside in the rooftop bar. The food is rustic in nature and goes with your beer. Selected few vegetarian options are available.

And with that we come to the end of our pick of amazing roof top bars in Singapore. You have to admit that every single one of them provides an exceptional view of the city below.

Have you been to any of the rooftop bars in Singapore? Which one was your favourite? We would love to hear from you in the comments below.


When things come together and make you a more fulfilled human being is a magical thing to happen. The passion of travelling and writing combined together gave way to this passionate hobby of mine travel blogging. Full time I am a business analyst working in a banking job crunching and analysing numbers. You can read my blogs at Me Globe Trotter. Connect with me at Facebook or Instagram.

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2018-12-08T23:37:47+00:00 December 8th, 2018|Asia, Destinations, Singapore|0 Comments

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