Bangkok Nightlife Guides


Rooftop Venues in Bangkok

Bangkok Nightlife | Information on the rooftop venues located in Bangkok

Rooftop venues are an excellent place to grab a meal or a drink while you are in Bangkok. There are two types of rooftop venues that you can choose from with one being an open-air rooftop venue and the other being a closed in rooftop venue. Either type of rooftop venue that you choose will give you a remarkable view of Bangkok. Imagine dining high up at one of the excellent rooftop venues and seeing Bangkok light up at night with lights as far as you can see. Well that experience can be yours while in Bangkok if you visit one of these fine rooftop venues.

Sky Bar (Sirocco) is one of the open-air rooftop venues in Bangkok. Sky Bar is located on Silom road and inside the State Tower on the 64th floor. Elegantly dressed tables, a round bar that lights up a different neon color every so often and glass walls surrounding you. It is here that you can be in the company of those of wealth as well as expats that are in Bangkok. The food here is bound you leave you in awe as the cooks prepare some of the finest foods around. Enjoy such mouth watering foods as Fillet of Scottish salmon on lobster crushed potatoes, Pan roasted Barberie duck breast, Slow braised lamb shank with Greek vegetables and Confied pork tenderloin with chanterelle cream sauce are just to name a few. The dress code here is smart casual with type of beach clothes or flip-flops allowed.

Moon Bar (Vertigo) is another one of Bangkok's open-air rooftop venues. Located on Sathorn road on the 61st floor inside the Banyan Tree Hotel. For you to take in the spectacular experience of the Moon Bar, you will need a reservation. With a reservation you can join others who like yourself know just how to spend an evening. Elegantly dressed tables, live jazz music, a full 360-degree view and an illusion of no railing await you at the Moon Bar ( Vertigo). The dress code here is smart casual and as with the Sky Bar, no beachwear or flip-flops are allowed.

For those evening when the weather does not permit you to enjoy Bangkok's open-air rooftop venues then you can still enjoy the view from Bangkok's closed in rooftop venues. These closed in rooftop venues are just as classy as the open-air rooftop venues in Bangkok.

The Three Sixty is an excellent choice when experiencing one of Bangkok's closed in rooftop venues. Three Sixty is located on the 32nd floor in the Millennium Hilton Hotel . Three Sixty opens up for dinner as well as being a hot jazz spot for tourist and the trendy in Bangkok. The walls are made of glass and offer up an exceptional view of the city from high up. Drinks are priced reasonably and the dress here is smart casual.

D'Sens Bar and Restaurant is another one of Bangkok's great closed in rooftop venues. Located on 22nd floor of the Dusit Thani Hotel, this French themed restaurant offers up an impressive view of the city overlooking the Lumpini Park. The dress code here is Elegant.

Last Updated: 27 Feb 2008