A Glass or Two, or Ten: Singapore Edition

Atlas space|Photo from CN Traveler

The most fascinating thing about Singapore is the amalgamation of cultures in the small city-state. Its unique historical context and geographic location have created a new cultural appearance and lifestyle. Singapore’s F&B culture is also world-class and influential, besides its famous hawker centers, many Singaporean restaurants and bars constantly appear on the Michelin Guide and Asia’s 50 Best Lists. We present you with our very own bar recommendation for a boozy night out, follow us and let’s go explore!



Late night in Bugis is another world in comparison to the lively business area it is in the day. Parkview Square, where Asia’s 50 Best Bar Atlas is situated, is one of the most well-preserved and iconic Art Deco buildings in Singapore. At first glance, we’re instantly impressed by Atlas’s attention to the luxurious environment – red carpets and a giant golden tower. Guests can enjoy a variety of cocktails inspired by cities around the world, accompanied by moreish potato chips as snacks. From the eye-catching interior, drink menu, delicious art deco to the overall service, we’re delighted to say that Atlas is our favorite bar on the trip.

Atlas cocktail|Photo from Atlas Official IG

Atlas snack


Live Twice

Japanese mid-century modern bar Live Twice by Jigger and Pony Group is located in Chinatown. In contrast with the Chinatown-esque streets that are decorated by Chinese-styled buildings and lanterns, Live Twice cleverly incorporates Japanese elements into its interior design, cocktails and ingredients, making the experience that much more enjoyable and unforgettable!

Live Twice interior|Photo from Live Twice Official IG

Live Twice interior

Live Twice cocktail and snacks


Tippling Club

Palm trees, charming bartenders, and innovative cocktails welcome us at Tippling Club, an Asia’s 50 best bar and one of the must-visits in Singapore. Also known for its experimental dining, Tippling Club serves a distinct Asian fusion cuisine which we unfortunately didn’t have the chance to try this time round, but we will definitely be back for it.

Tippling Point exterior|Photo from Tippling Club Official FB

Tippling Point Menu

Tippling Point cocktail



On our last stop, we transport back to 19th century New York: Manhattan — consistently a World and Asia’s 50 Bar. Here, we meet a series of artisanal spirits and cocktails, inspired by six artists, directors and singers, presented by a specially designed three-dimensional menu, allowing guests have a visual experience in a whole new level. The mix of contemporary and classic New York elements makes Manhattan at Regent Hotel another unmissable experience.

Manhattan exterior|Photo from Manhattan Official FB

Manhattan cocktail|Photo from Manhattan Official FB

Manhattan Menu|Photo from Manhattan Official FB