5 Rooftop Bars with Stunning Skyline Views

Ce La Vie

This is most likely the most popular rooftop bar you can find in Singapore. Next to Spargo (see below), Ce La Vie is located on the rooftop (57th floor) of Marina Bay Sands Hotel. Being at the very edge of the roof, you can catch a nice breeze to cool down from the hot Singapore temperatures. Do take note that there is a cover charge from 9.00pm onwards on Wed, Fri, Sat, and public holidays.

Spago Bar & Lounge

Next the Spago Dining Room (celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck’s flagship restaurant), you can find the Rooftop Lounge Spago. Located next to the rooftop pool of the Marina Bay Sands hotel, the bar offers breathtaking views of Singapore.

Every Tuesday from 6pm – 9pm you can enjoy their Signature Cocktail  at a 50% discount. Happy hour is from Monday- Thursday, 4pm -7pm (Wine, Beer & Cocktails from SGD10 onward).

Lantern Bar

Lantern Bar is the rooftop bar of the Fullerton Bay Hotel, located on the 5th story. From the rooftop you have a prime view onto Marina Bay Sands and its stunning light show at night. Located right next to the gorgeous mosaic pool, one can lie back in one of the lounge chairs overlooking the skyline and sipping a Singapore Sling (Singapore’s famous cocktail). Make sure to do a reservation as it can get quite crowded.

Smoke and Mirrors

A secret gem to most tourist, the Smoke and Mirrors rooftop bar is located on the top of one of the most historic buildings in Singapore – the National Gallery. With outside and inside seating, the Smoke and Mirrows bar offers breathtaking looks over the Central Buisness Dristrict and the historical, prestige Singapore Cricket Club! Not only a place to relax and cool down at night but also during the day (Mayeb after a museum tour?).


Southbridge is a cozy rooftop bar on Boat Quay, right next to the Singapore River. With its casual vibe, the bar attracts many young people seeking an after-work drink. The bar is especially crowded during the week (better make a reservation).

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