Singapore knows how to supply the wow factor and 1-Altitude is no exception. Sitting at 282 metres from sea level, it’s the world’s highest rooftop bar with an unobstructed, jaw-dropping 360-degree view of the city and surrounds. Take in sunset, enjoy the view and partake in drink specials during the nightly Sundown Affair from 6-8pm.
The Old Clare, Sydney
Sydney’s inner-city suburb of Chippendale has come a long way in the past few years, now boasting some of the finest eating and drinking in the city. A perfect place to start a night out is the rooftop bar of the Old Clare, a boutique hotel, restaurant and bar complex situated in a heritage-listed building. Enjoy a cocktail, a swim on the pool and the view amongst hip locals and hotel guests.
EP and LP, Hollywood
LA has always done ‘spectacular’ pretty well and the LP Rooftop Bar at West Hollywood’s EP is no exception. With stunning views of Hollywood and the hills (including the Hollywood sign), it’s a hip place to enjoy a hand-crafted cocktail or a glass of great wine. Plus you’ll feel right at home, it’s owned by Aussies.
Located near on Waitemata Harbour in Auckland, the Heritage Hotel combines art-deco charm with excellent service. The rooftop area boasts a heated spa and pool, stunning views of the city and harbour and now a rooftop bar with specially designed furniture from New Zealand’s Ocean Weave.