30 Best Bars in Singapore to Experience the Nightlife!
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So you have had your way around the state and now you are looking for some bars in Singapore to have a memorable drinking and dining experience? The island city-state in Southeast Asia won’t disappoint you at all. Stylish speakeasies, classy tipple hangouts, hippy bars, opulent rooftop bars, old-world drinking holes – name it and you are sure to find something in almost every neighborhood that will satisfy your individual palate.

If there is one thing that adds to the thriving nightlife of Singapore, it is this vast chain of bars across the city-state. Be it the bespoke drinks at the Native, the cocktails at Holey Moley with a game of mini golf, the pocket-friendly martinis at No. 5 Emerald, or the inventive cocktail pairings at Tippling Bar, each pub promises a unique after-dark experience. Whether you are in for the local smack or you want to get the best of the international flavors, the bars are all yours to hop around.

Here are some best bars in Singapore:

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When it comes to experiencing the nightlife, then none can beat the attractions of 1-Attitute based on the 63rd floor of One Raffles Place. Bounded with a thin shoulder length glass panel the place provides an unparallel 360 degree view of the panoramic city of Singapore from the top floor of the bar which is about 282 meters above the ground level. There is one more floor to the bar which comprises of the bar, the dance floor and exquisite music by the band.

The decor of the bar is amazing that strikes with a single glance though it is actually quite simple and not overdone. It is always advisable to reserve a table before visiting to avoid any disappointment. It’s an amazing location to enjoy an unlimited variety of lip-smacking cocktails, cracking live music, immense energy, positivity and splendid sunset.

Highlights: Live Music with DJ

 1 Raffles Place, Singapore



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With around a thousand varieties of gin, some of which date back to 1910, Atlas is a heaven for all gin-enthusiasts looking for top cocktail bars in Singapore.With its gilded interiors, deep copper colours, and lush velvet in the Gothic-like Parkview Square Office Tower, the bar rightly lives up to its inspiration of ‘The Great Gatsby’ and the ‘Art Deco’.  

 600 North Bridge Road, Parkview Square, 188778

 10 am – 1 am, Monday – Thursday; 10 am – 2 am on Fridays; 3 pm – 2 am on Saturdays

 Each of the signatures is priced around S$200.

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Loof Bar

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Based on the top of Odeon towers, Loof was the first roof top bar to be constructed and which is still going strong irrespective of the strong competition growing in the country. Though the roof top views are not at par like 1-Altitude or the popular CE LA VI, but the ambience is quite comfortable and relaxing within the Loof Bar. Collection of fancy cocktails, the classic group and signature are truly interesting and worth trying.

The key feature of this bar is that one can taste delicious food and lovely cocktails at the most reasonable prices. The interior of the bar is well decorated with simple high bar tools, wooden deck chair and leather couches to provide comfortable chill out ambience. DJ provides the live music which contributes to the crowded dance floor.

331 North Bridge Rd, #03-07 Odeon Towers Extension Rooftop, Singapore 

Mon to Thurs: 17:00 to 1:00, Fri and Sat: 17:00 to 2:00. Sunday closed

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Artemis is one of the blue-ribbon rooftop bars in Singapore. Perched on the level 40, it offers an unparalleled panoramic view of the Marina Bay skyline as you help yourself to the fresh sophisticated Mediterranean tastes from an excellently curated menu.

Headed by Chef Oliver Hyde, the Artemis Grill and Sky Bar is all about having a fine dining experience with nutritious and delicious cuisines with a premium cocktail and wine.

138 Market Street, Level 40 CapitaGreen Rooftop, 048946

11:30 am – late, Monday – Friday; 6 pm – late, Saturdays  

$30 - $75 per person

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Lantern Bar

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Based in close proximity to Marina Bay, the lantern Bar in The Fullerton Bay Hotel is an outstanding hotel in Singapore with fascinating unobstructed 360-degree views of the lion city. The urban oasis is an absolute coveted destination for the sophisticated luxurious group who wants to relish delicious cuisine with fine cocktails and signature wines and champagnes. Set amidst panoramic views of the Singapore skyline and in the backdrop of lush and lavish greenery this 5-meter bar is tastefully decorated highlighting the charms and sleekness of the bar.

The vibrancy and positive energy within the bar are provided by the exclusive live “Latin” band which fills the mind with complete relaxation. If the idea is to party out enjoying the night air of Singapore then one of the sophisticated high rated options is indeed the Lantern Bar

Location: 80 Collyer Quay, Singapore

Timings: Sun to Thurs: 20:00 to 1:00, Fri and Sat: 20:00 to 2:00. 

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One of the best rooftop bars in Singapore, Level 33 enjoys a solid foot in fame being the highest microbrewery in the world. Situated pretty high above 33 floors of Central Business District this charming rooftop bar is known for its outstanding panoramic views of the city line at a height of 156 meters above the ground level. Sitting here in Level 33, it’s far easy point out the remarkable Singapore landmarks across the waters and enjoys the awe-striking view which forces to reach out for the camera and capture the beauty.

The beer undoubtedly is awesome being made by the in-house brewmaster trained at different parts of the globe. The gourmet served is equally brilliant with a wide variety to match the irresistible drinks. The prices on the contrary to all these charming facts is reasonable and affordable

 8 Marina Blvd, #33-01, Singapore

Timings: Weekdays: 11:30 to 14:30:00, Sat: 10:00 to 14:30 and Sun: 12:00 to 14:30

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Located in Amoy Street, the Native is one of the top-tier cocktail bars in Singapore. It is well-famed for its exotic repertoire of cocktails concocted with bizarre regional ingredients.

Vijay Mudaliar, the man behind Native’s tour de force, loves foraging from local turmeric and curry leaves to arrack from Sri Lanka. The most remarkable of all is the Antz cocktail which garnishes Thai Crunchy Ants (imported from Thailand) in basil leaves on top of the drink which itself is a tropical mix of Chalong Bay rum, soursop, salt-baked tapioca, coconut yogurt, and aged sugarcane. Get ready to be immersed in a unique experience of the pure flavors of Asia. 

52A Amoy Street, Singapore 069878

6 pm to midnight, Mondays – Saturdays

approximately $25 per person

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Manhattan Bar

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Based at Cascaden Road, The Manhatten Bar is one of the world top 50 bars catering with its range of New York –of-mind cocktails in the second floor of Regent Singapore. Exclusive interior designing with contemporary styles and mirror ceiling it aims at creating a cosy and comfortable place presented with flair of friendliness. A wide range of regular cocktails along with classic ones entertain the crowd along with lovely cuisine that is truly adorable.

The best part of the bar is that most of the cocktails served are barrelled and aged for better taste. The place is quite close to Orchard Road and quite a busy one with huge footfalls especially on the weekends. The staffs are friendly and one can genuinely spend some lovely time here with friends and family

Location: Cascade Road, Singapore

Timings: Open on all days, 17:00 to 1:00

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No. 5 Emerald Hill

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Take a little detour while you are shopping on the streets of Orchard Road and find your way to the quirky interiors of No. 5 Emerald Hill. With an alfresco terrace, it is one of the many rooftop bars in Singapore but stands out due to its mind-blowing inventive concoctions and super friendly staff.

Harbored in a vintage Peranakan shop-house since 1991, this swanky bar has a soothing atmosphere with a rustic feel of the 20th century Singapore.

5 Emerald Hill Road, 229289

Monday – Thursday: 12 pm – 2 am; Friday – Saturday: 12 pm – 3 am; Sun: 2 pm – 2 am

cocktails start at $20

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Cé La Vi

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Cé La Vi is on the he top of Marina Bay Sands Complex, filled with ultra-luxurious furnishings and lavish set up this beautiful location is popular for its outstanding scenic and urban views of Singapore, seen like never before. Based at an altitude of 200 meters above the ground level, the rooftop bar is well divided into three distinctive units Sky Deck and Club Lounge, Sky Bar and CE LA VI restaurant.

From all the locations one can enjoy the pertaining glamorous views of the highest landmarks of the country and its brilliant night view. One can enjoy the inventive cocktails and excellent live music that forces the feet to tap nonstop on the dance floor and make the night a really special one. The bar is one of the crowded ones in Singapore so advance booking is advisable.

Location: SkyPark at Marina Bay Sands North Tower, 1 Bayfront Avenue Singapore

Timings: Open on all days, 11:00 till late night

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Tippling Club

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Tippling Club is a bar cum restaurant that amazes its customers with a confluence of Europian and Asian flavours. It is run by the British-born chef Ryan Cliff who delivers a modern gastronomic experience from his test kitchen.

The dishes are ultra-progressive, fun, and playful and are paired with an avant-garde range of world-class cocktails. Ryan adds a tinge of theatre even to the names. You will find scent-inspired cocktails with names like Campfire, Leather, ‘Can You Afford It?’ etc.

38 Tanjong Pagar Road, Singapore, 088461

12 pm – 12 am on Monday to Friday, from 6 pm on Saturdays

A 5 Course Classic Tasting Menu costs around $120 per person

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Horse's Mouth

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Located at Forum, The Shopping Mall at Orchard Road, Horse’s Mouth is one of the prominent locations to chill out and party in Singapore. Designed with light and contemporary fixtures its a warm and relaxing ambience to enjoy a night out. The menu offered here is extremely delicious with a wide range of snacks that are bound to be relished by each one.

Innovative cocktails are one of the most attracting features of the bar. One may not get a full idea about the ingredients of the drink but its sure shot will feel good to taste. It’s a friendly location to enjoy with music, good food and drinks and what more the prices are quite reasonable and extremely pocket friendly. A nice choice for a perfect night out.

Location: Orchard Road, Singapore

Timings: Open on all days, 18:00 to 2:00

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Kinki Rooftop Bar

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For all those people who love the Japanese style and wish to experience the same, the Kinki Rooftop Bar is ideal one as they say in their tagline “Japanese with urban attitude” Giving a break from the roof top bars at elevated number of floors this fantastic entertainment parlour is based in the 2nd and 3rd floor of Custom House with a clear view of the iconic Marina Bay Sands and beautiful light show at 20:00 hours.With rough and ready arrangements, funky tags on the walls this is an ideal set up to spend some entertaining evening.

The DJ music played every evening gets all the more entertaining with the lip smacking sushi and sashmi that gives the perfect flavour of the culture intended. Apart from these other Japanese menu is also available for the guests to enjoy. One can find immense variety of shakes, cocktails true to the theme and Japanese Shochu and whiskey which are of quite demanding here.

Location: 70 Collyer Quay, few mins walk from Raffles Place MRT Station, Singapore

Timings: Open on all days, 12:00 till late night

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New Asia Bar

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New Asia Bar is one of the most popular and famous bars in Singapore which is known to have enjoyed fame for years. The bar is known to have featured in several “Top 50 bars” list of the World especially for its great views, outstanding services and brilliance in entertainment. The ambience of the bar is the key feature that makes it so popular among visitors. Cosy, comfortable and relaxing this is the ideal place to spend some quality time with friends and family.

 For all those who are early starters this Bar is ideal as one can hit the floors here way before sunset and be partying for long. The weekend remains quite crowded here when the party scene remains in full bloom. Glamorous people and spilling of cash, lovely martinis and delicious gourmet, and last but not the least soul searching music in DJ live, one can find it all in New Asia Bar.

Location: Swiss Hotel, the Stamford, Singapore

Timings: Open on all days, 17:00-2:00 
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The Other Room

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The Other Room is a quaint hideaway. An unmarked secret black door inside the Marriott Hotel leads you to the cozy and mysterious world of fabulous cocktails inside this speakeasy bar.

The bar is helmed by Dario Knox, a prize-winning bartender who is articulate in crafting bespoke cocktails for each of his guests. You wouldn’t find labels on the bottles as all the liquor has been finished in casks by Knox himself.

Level 1, Singapore Marriott Hotel Tang Plaza, 320 Orchard Road, 238865

6 pm – late, Tuesday – Sunday  

Be willing to spend around $100 for an unforgettable and complete experience per two persons 

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Mars Bar

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Based in Duxton Road, in Tanjong Pagar, the Mars Bar is another warm and friendly location to spend some decent time entertaining and enjoying the Singapore nightlife. Looking almost like a lounge of standard boutique hotel, the interiors of the bar has a very unique setting with plush sofas and large coffee table aimed to make the place cosy and relaxing for the guests.

 Unique and lip smacking drinks remains on offer along with the usual classics. Chilli Crab cocktail made with chilli crab paste is one of the specialities of this location. The creamy Milo is another excellent drink made of vanilla ice cream and Mozart chocolate which is equally popular. With friendly staff, great ambience and best creative drinks, this is the ideal place to spend quality time with friends and family.

221 Henderson Rd, #02-12 Henderson Building, Singapore 

Timings: Open on all days, 16:00 to 1:00

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Looking for the finest rooftop bars in Singapore? If you are in the National Gallery area, treat yourself to the classic Italian dining experience offered by Aura Sky Lounge. Sitting in a surrounding of polished bronze and brass that exudes an elegant and vibrant aura, you can enjoy the spectacular skyline views overlooking Marina Bay and Padang.

On the plate, you can choose from a vast multitude of mouth-watering pasta, antipasto, and wholesome mains on the a la carte menu. Top it off with an expert-crafted refreshing cocktail during your happy hour visit.

St. Andrews Road, 05-03 and 06-02 Singapore National Gallery, 178957

Restaurant: 12 noon – 2pm for lunch, 6:30pm – 10pm for dinner, Sky Lounge: 11:30 am – 1:00 am daily

 $84 per person

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Hospoda Microbrewery

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The brewery is though the smallest in Singapore, but the ambiance and the quality keep this place a special one to be visited. The fresh beer offered here makes this place a must visit for those who love beer. The cozy terrace at the brewery makes this place more comfortable to be visited.

Highlights: It is one of the first bars in Singapore that accepts Bitcoin payment and hence makes the most relevant use of virtual currency. The specialties of the place are the variety and flavors of the beer that is offered here and gives you a reason to party.

Location: 180 Albert St #01-19 Singapore 189971 Albert St, Singapore 

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Operation Dagger

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Here comes a sui generis entry into the list of hush-hush bars in Singapore: Operation Dagger. Located in Ann Siang district, this secret bar is nothing less than a mad-scientist-like hideout. And guess what? It doesn’t even have a name on the door.

The décor adds to its mysteriousness: bare walls, dimly lit staircase, and sleek woodworks, with overlapping light rays weaving an eerie atmosphere. The bar aims to give the visitors an unconventional in-house experience of spirits, bitters, and liqueurs, all of which are shelved in unlabelled apothecary bottles.

7 Ann Siang Hill, #B1-01, 69791

6 pm to midnight on Tuesdays to Saturdays

for the best speakeasy experience, be willing to spend around $25 at least
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Mr Punch Public House

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The restaurant and bar is an interesting place to visit. It makes your romantic dinner more special with the great offerings of the wines and beer on the rooftop that makes the environment and ambiance cozy and comfortable. However, you can dine on the ground floor.

Highlights: The retro interiors, the distinctive and different cuisines and drinks at the place are exotic. There is no much crowd and hence is a place which is comfortable and relaxing. This is a place which is out of the hustle-bustle of city life. The marine salad, Frango Assado and many more dishes are the highlights of this awesome place.

Location: 26 Seah St, Singapore
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What serves as a distinguished high-tea restaurant in the daylight hours turns into one of the best-known voguish and contemporary cocktails bars in Singapore at night time. At Anti: dote, the exquisite collection of revitalizing cocktails are crafted with premium spirits, liqueurs, house-made bitters, and soda. When combined with the innovative tapas like zesty cod croquettes, it is sure to leave you wanting for more.  

 Level 1 Fairmont Singapore, 80 Bras Basah Road, 189560

bar hour is 5 pm – 1 am on Sunday – Thursday, for Friday – Saturday it is 5 pm – 2 am

approximately $59 per pax

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28 Hongkong Street

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This cocktail bar attracts people for its quality drinks and remarkable bar services. This place attracts a major chunk of the crowd. It revives the cocktail culture and hence is an authentic and attractive place to be visited.

Highlights: The humble exterior and mesmerizing interior make you fall in love with this place. It has more than 20 cocktail menu and cocktails are the major attracting factor of this place. The flavors and varieties of the cocktails are worth giving a try because they are good as well as surprising because of the innovations. The food servings are also exotic, especially the fish and Baja Fish Tacos.

28 Hongkong St, Singapore

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The Screening Room

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The Screening Room is not one of the regular rooftop bars in Singapore. Apart from an open-air terrace which gives a spectacular view of Chinatown traditional shophouses and CBD’s towering skyscrapers against Singapore’s skyline, it also houses a champagne lounge/ boutique theatre on the third level.

Don’t come looking for Hollywood Blockbusters in this rooftop bar in Singapore. However, if you enjoy modern classics, this is just the place for you. With tantalizing cocktails and dishes, you are sure to have an immensely immersive food-meets-film experience in the heart of Chinatown.

12 Ann Siang Road, 069692

6 pm – 1 am (Monday – Thursday), 6 pm – 3 am (Fridays, Saturdays)  

 Starting with $15 per person, you can enjoy a film in the Boutique Theatre along with food and beverages.

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As one of the most visited cocktail bars in Singapore with comfortable raucous vibes, Vasco offers the best of Latin American recreation. Swinging copper lamps, leather booths, and the bureaucrat-like signage complete its 19th century Garcia Marquez ambience.

The menu is Latin-inspired too. So, you will find lots of piscos, rum, tequila, cachaça, etc. but no vodka, whiskey, or gin. Along with a drink, give your taste buds the flavours of iconic Latin dishes like empanadas, Cuban sandwiches, and beef tartare with tortillas. What makes the visit even more worthwhile is the friendly bunch of staff members who might even join you for a shot. 

 Toh Tuck Garden, 35 Toh Tuck Place, 596810

5 pm – 1 am, Monday - Saturday

Approximately $45 per person for food and drink

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Holey Moley

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Forget all those dimly lit interiors of mainstream cocktail bars. Holey Moley is the latest obsession of the town. A bar cum restaurant at Clarke Quay, it is the best mini golf club in Singapore. This indoor putt-putt comes with three courses in total with nine holes each.

Vivid lighting with splatters of pop-culture tits and bits of neon lights here and there adds to the excitement of the game. Choose from the many on the list of exotic libations.

3B River Valley Rd, Clarke Quay, 179024

12 pm – 2 am   

the drinks come at around $20, for golf $12 for 9 holes while $36 for 27 holes.

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The hippest of nightclubs on Cecil Street for men and women in suits, Kyo gives instant relief from the fast-paced city life. Punk graffiti adorns the walls, with bronze and wood décor inspired by minimalistic Japanese culture. Kyo has it all: top-notch security, drinks, and music.

Above all, it houses an actual psychedelic dance floor! The genre of music played on each night change, thanks to the experienced in-house DJs. Go wild on Saturday nights as the club brings renowned artists like UK’s Nic Fanciulli and French DJ Francois K.

#B1-02 Keck Seng Tower, 133 Cecil Street, 069535 

 9 pm – 4 am, Wednesday – Thursday; 9 pm – 5 am, Friday; 11 pm – 6 am, Saturday  

starts at $14 net for house pours; for champagnes in advanced palates, it starts from $148 a bottle

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The Spiffy Dapper

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What began as a hole-in-the-wall in Boat Quay has emerged as one of the most sought-after bars in Singapore today. An impressive coffee house by daytime, it gets transmogrified into a cocktail bar with a truckload of drinks beyond 6 pm.

The numbers are pretty amusing, to begin with, it has an inventory of 150 different types of gin alone.The fuzz of 1920s jazz fills the atmosphere, bringing in an old school fun experience for the visitors.

 2/F 73 Amoy St, Singapore 069892 

 6 pm – 1 am, Sunday – Thursday; 6 pm – 2 am, Friday – Saturday  

 bespoke cocktails lie in the range $22 - $26; for food, expect anywhere between $10 - $40 per person

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Bar Stories

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Tucked away in the vibrant enclave of Haji Lane, Bar Stories enthralls the visitors with its secret bar charm, eccentric styles, and out-of-the-box concepts. Tell them what flavors you wish to have and you won’t be disappointed at all with the customized cocktail served to you. But no menu!

Moreover, fresh ingredients are used instead of any artificial flavors. For all cocktail enthusiasts out there, Bar Stories proves to be a hidden gem.

Kampong Glam Conservation Area, 57 Haji Lane, 189250

5 pm – 1 am, Sunday – Thursday; 5 pm – 2  am on Fridays and Saturdays  

Bespoke cocktails are available for around $25.

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The Secret Mermaid

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Need a little respite from the bustle of Singapore’s city life? The Secret Mermaid is one of your best escapes. Situated in a basement corner on one of the most crowded thoroughfares in the heart of Raffles Place, this cocktail bar boasts of American craft spirits, particularly rum, vodka, whiskey, and gin.

Owned by Howard Lo, its dinky, private, industrial interiors are marked with the awe-inspiring line of spirit bottles packed in library-like shelves which provides the perfect setting for a laidback time.

#B1-08 Ocean Financial Centre, 10 Collyer Quay, 049315  

5 pm – 11 pm, Monday – Friday  

 Avail the most tantalizing cocktails starting at $14

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  1. What are the best rooftop bars in Singapore?

    1. Ce La Vi: Sitting snuggly right at the highest point of the Marina Bay Sands Complex, the Ce La Vi bar offers you the opportunity to get enthralled by a captivating view of the skyline of Singapore while sipping down an exotic beverage. 
    2. 1-Altitude: Broadly acknowledged to be one of the best rooftop bars in Singapore, 1-Altitude provides a free drink for first-time visitors with a grand view of the magical sunset. 
    3. LeVel 33: Just like its quirky name, the small yet charming rooftop bar of LeVel 33 doesn’t only provide a delightful sight of Singapore but also provides a wide range of delicious drinks that can make your evening even more amazing. 
    4. Loof: Historically speaking, Loof was actually the first rooftop bar to be launched in Singapore (2005) and gave the taste of alluring drinks with an extravagant sight of the city to the travelers. Besides its offerings, the calm and serene atmosphere is yet another thing that attracts many drink lovers to this place. 

  2. What are the best bars in Singapore with live music?

    1. Timbre: With its unique open-air environment and excellent band performances, Timbre poses to be one of the best bars in the city of Singapore. Besides its ambiance, the drinks of this place are also extremely delicious and will keep you hooked up for hours. 
    2. Cool Cats: Listening to groovy Jazz music while sipping down a scrumptious cocktail is one of those one-of-a-kind experiences that only Cool Cat can provide to you. If you are coming here for the first time, then make sure to try out Lady Ella and Holiday’s Protest as soon as possible. 
    3. Wala Wala Café: Unlike the previous options, the Wala Wala Café is located in a somewhat unknown area of Singapore, but it definitely covers up these issues by providing various tasty drinks with excellent live performances. 
    4. Hero’s: If you want to get some privacy while drinking your booze and enjoying a pleasing live performance, then Hero's would be the perfect place for you.