With bathrooms that look like they haven’t been renovated since the 90s, this relatively unattractive building has a huge secret. Take the elevator up to the tenth floor and you’ll know what we’re talking about. Although there are two Korean barbeque restaurants and a Catholic church even, it’s the incredibly unexpected garden-like structure that wraps around the building that will impress you. On arbitrary plots of grass, there are intermittently located benches and sitting spaces. During weeknights, middle-aged friends hang out and have beers they’ve just bought at one of the two Korean barbeque restaurants and on weekends, it’s bustling with a slightly younger crowd. It’s not exactly a rooftop bar, but there’s alcohol, a killer view and the satisfaction of having food and drinks in such a random place.
|Venue name:||Tenth floor of the Express Bus Terminal|
|Opening hours:||Elevators operate until midnight|