No prizes for guessing on which floor this bar and restaurant is perched. Billed as the world’s highest microbrewery, LeVeL33 gloriously overlooks the Marina Bay, and, thanks to the decor and service, is perhaps the most sophisticated place to quaff a locally brewed beer. The craft beers brewed in-house go for $9.50 for 300ml before 8pm, then climb to $12.50 a pour after. If you're not sure what to go for, platters of five 100-millilitre samplers of LeVel33's blond lager, IPA, stout, house porter and wheat beers can be ordered at $23.50. These brews also go into beer cocktails, but if you're avoiding malt altogether, shoot for the house wines or premium vintages.
At the mention of Marina Bay, you'll most likely visualise the iconic three-towered integrated resort. And we can't blame you as the iconic Marina Bay Sands have become the poster landmark of Singapore since its opening in 2010. With the world's largest infinity pool, the luxury hotel has attracted many travellers, including megastars the Beckhams and John Mayer.
Right by the doorstep is the Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands. Feel the urge to splurge as you step into designer brands such as Chanel, Gucci and Dior, and celebrity chef restaurants like Adrift by David Myers, Bread Street Kitchen by Gordon Ramsay, and Chinoiserie by Justin Quek.
But there's more to living like a Crazy Rich Asian at Marina Bay. Beyond the towering skyscrapers, the reclaimed land is peppered with plenty of things to do, see, eat and drink. Admire the view from above at the Singapore Flyer, take a stroll down Gardens by the Bay, or fly a kite at the Marina Barrage. And when you're feeling famished, take your pick from local delights or gourmet spreads – all within the vicinity of the bay and the city skyline.