Singapore’s top 5 bars

Need some respite from our urban Jungle? We give you the lo-down on the top 5 bars to head off to have that comforting tipple.

5. 1 Twenty Six

Amongst my personal favourite but ranked last on the list due to travel limitations. 1 Twenty Six is a absolutely perfect in its ambience and service. Fantastic scenery and a huge selection of beers and cocktails to choose from.

An absolutely perfect place to hangout with friends or family and highly recommended for those special dates. For more information visit www.1twentysix.com.

4. The Merry Men

Relatively new on the block, this FnB outlet has been open for slightly over a month now. A great venue located along Robertson Quay. Great food and even better service. The Merry Men has a pretty standard bar menu, but special requests can always be arranged for by the excellent bar staff.

Most definitely a place worth heading to after work or on that lazy Sunday Afternoon. Usual bar grub and a fantastic relaxed atmosphere. The Merry Men is family and dog friendly as well. And did i mention the cheapest beers in town!

For more information log on to www.themerrymen.sg

3. New Asia Bar

Singapore’s most iconic bar. Perched some 72 stories above ground level, New Asia Bar has long been a crowd favourite since its inception into the local FnB scene. With its range of talented DJ’s setting the mood from happy hour to down right madness!

Revel and enjoy your drinks in absolute decadence. With great drink promotions all night and scrumptous 5 star cuisine at your calling. we highly recommend New Asia Bar. Come savour the experience. New Asia Bar is located at the Swissotel Stamford. For more information on New Asia Bar visit www.equinoxcomplex.com.

2. One Altitude

Next on our list of ‘high flying bars’, One Altitude takes the number 2 spot. 1-Altitude towers at 282 meters above sea level, officially the highest point on Singapore.  

1-Altitude occupies the top 2 floors and the roof of the OUB Building and is poised to be one of the most exciting dining and entertainment venues in Singapore. 


On the 61 floor, you will find 282, an interactive sports lifestyle hub that will deliver sports entertainment like no other. Equipped with numerous LCD screens screening the international sports programmes, it is the perfect venue for friends, associates, colleagues and family members, to catch up on the latest sports updates and news. 

282 also showcases City Golf, which provides interactive indoor golf simulator offerings where golfers can tee off from up to 65 world championship golf courses atop Singapore’s tallest building. Enjoy your golf and sports with tapas and over 100 different kinds of whiskey. 

Move a floor up and you will find Stella, a restaurant that serves modern cuisine in an unpretentious yet provocative menu of the best seasonal produce. The menu is designed by Group Executive Chef for 1-Altitude Christopher Millar and features homemade charcuterie and top-grade Jamon, contemporary sushi, an oyster bar, wood-fired grill and rotisserie, and an all-new Patisserie selection from 1-Caramel. 

Finally as you proceed to the roof, you reach 1-Altitude. The bar is highest al-fresco gastrobar in the world. The vibe here is akin to a Morocco-meets-Manhattan-night; relaxed yet sophisticated. 

 1-Altitude

OUB Building 

For more information visit www.1-altitude.com,

1. Ying Yang

The best bar in Singapore has to go to Ying Yang. Chic, Modern, Sexy and laid back are the acronyms most commonly associated with Ying Yang. Managed by Harry’s hospitality and located along Club Street, Ying Yang has brought sexy back to the street.

A roof-top bar (5 stories above ground if you are wondering) which plays the best music by renowned DJ’s in the local entertainment scene- Ying Yang promises hours of good fun.

Ying Yang also hosts weekly and monthly parties. Swing by Ying Yang the next time you are in town to truly experience what we are raving about. Great drinks, Great Service, Great prices and outstanding music! What more can you ask for?

For more information please visit: www.yingyang.sg

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