See how Bangkok actually looks beneath your feet at the city’s best rooftop bars.
Best rooftop bars in Bangkok
Set on the 64th floor of the State Tower Buiding, the sophisticated Flûte A Perrier-Jouët Bar is currently the world’s highest Champagne bar. From the lit-up bar adorned with elegant butterfly patterns, lush green cushions, and exclusive Champagne glasses decorated with golden butterflies, it’s not too difficult to guess that the space was designed to cater more to ladies who look for the finer things in life.
Breezy rooftop restaurant Vertigo and Moon Bar sits on top of Banyan Tree Hotel offering a dining courtyard on one side and the alfresco bar on the other. Soak up nocturnal views of downtown Bangkok and the Chao Phraya River while enjoying the signature dishes like spiced ahi tuna ceviche (avocado, coriander, lime, chili, shallots topped with salmon roes, B900), and boneless lambloin served with a dollop of mashed potato, sautée mushroom, a cashew and pistachio nut crust topped with mastard rosemary lamb jus (B2,100).
Located on the 63rd floor of the State Tower, Sirocco & Sky Bar is a must-visit for both locals and foreigners visiting Bangkok. Its golden spot on Silom Road gives the best city and river views of the city. Kick off your night in alfresco settings with an authentic Mediterranean meal at Sirocco before heading up to the Sky bar for an after-dinner drink. Whiskey fans will find more to love about this venue; the bar stocks up on many heritage bottles that are rarely found in Bangkok.
While the decor takes you almost a century back, the music, in contrast, at this double level Speakeasy is modern all the way; DJs play house on the rooftop (25th floor) and pop tunes on the 24th floor. Grab a table by the edge of the terrace to enjoy the best views of Bangkok’s city lights.