Singapore is not only known for its rich food culture but has also one of the most exciting bar scenes worldwide. Step into a new world of privacy & exclusivity with The Bar at The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore and enjoy a wide range of cocktail classics and new artisan & bespoke creations that will seduce the most sophisticated connoisseurs and cosmopolitans alike.
Located in the cultural heart of Singapore, The Bar at The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore is the perfect place for pre-dinner drinks or after-theatre cocktails and nightcaps. Whether you are celebrating success or spending a good time with friends, let them inspire you and allow you to have a great time.
As The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore is currently in soft-opening phrase; The Bar is exclusively available for their in-house guests during this period but will be open to the public soon.
Park90 is a wine lounge at Regent Hotel where they invite you to drink, eat, relax, enjoy and share the pleasures of wine with friends. The selections have been specially curated, and sourced, from their network of local partners, negociants and chateaux around the world. Old World vs New World, different grape varieties and wine making styles: they leverage upon their extensive reach to source wines for everyone’s pleasure in Park90. One thing above all, Park90 allows everyone to indulge in their passion for wine, from early wine explorers to wine experts.
They are fortunate to have access to wines which are on limited release (and typically allocated). As such, Park90 has created a membership program to procure these members-only wines. This unique loyalty program is specially designed to appeal to members who want to enjoy rare and sought-after bottles which often are unavailable in the market.
Wine brings people together. It promotes fellowship, it sparks conversation and it’s also fascinating as a subject matter to study and discuss. No matter how much you learn, or know, every vintage will have different factors that will bring you new perspectives. If one of the purposes in life is to live it, enjoy it, and seize the moments that you find particularly pleasing, what greater pleasure to drink such wines among the company of friends.
Right in the middle of Singapore’s business district, 360 Lounge is a modern oasis tucked away on the 20th floor of Oxley Tower. 360 Lounge features an elegant yet striking monochromatic layout combining retro and futuristic themes, complete with plush seats, booming beats & gorgeous visuals. Enter a bold new world when stepping into 360 Lounge.
One of the radical entertainment design in this cosmopolitan city with specially customised optical sculptures, wall graphic murals & kinetic hanging lights system will definitely makes you feel lively after a long day at work.
360 Lounge is steadily becoming an entertainment hotspot within the heart of the city; featuring the most renowned DJs in the region as well as new upcoming talents. Every week promises cool vibes and fresh new sounds, giving you a different experience whenever you step into 360. They’re constantly switching it up to keep patrons intrigued!
A new chapter to a distinctive and unforgettable whiskey adventure story opens this month with the launch of The Whiskey Library. Ensconced within the ornate and luxurious interior of The Vagabond Club, Singapore’s preeminent luxury boutique hotel with 41 individualistic and elegantly appointed rooms and suites, the Whiskey Library offers over 1,000 bottles of thoughtfully curated rare and refined award-winning whiskies from around the world, and comes with a Membership Programme to beguile guests with a love of whiskey and give them access to the captivating vagabond experience.
Adventure awaits within the vintage art deco exterior of The Vagabond Club. Each room within the luxurious hotel is an oasis of comfort and calm bathed in natural light, bearing the touch of the genius French designer Jacques Garcia, executed in his renowned over-the-top, maximalist panache with Parisian-chic flair.
With the unique Membership Programme, guests who sign up will enjoy 10-room nights at The Vagabond Club (fully transferrable) as part of the S$3,000 annual membership fee.
Members will also have privileged access to 80 lockers, each with its own gilded and tasselled key, evocative of a bygone era of old world charm and hospitality, kept on-site in a specially designed wood-crafted armoire placed in a private space at The Vagabond Club’s salon.
Each locker will store up to 15 bottles of whiskey. Members can bring one of their own bottles for every two bottles purchased at The Whiskey Library. Members will also enjoy special bottle pricing, access to the Vagabond Club gym and reserved seating at regular Whiskey Club events and experiences.
Each bottle at The Whiskey Library has been carefully collected from the finest distilleries from Scotland, Ireland, Japan, the US and other countries around the globe, with the collection comprising predominantly single cask and limited-edition bottles. Just as with a great literary work, each bottle is a unique work of art that stirs the imagination, beguiles the mind and excites the spirit.
The creator behind The Whiskey Library is luxury hotelier Satinder Garcha. Motivated by his love and passion for artistry, Garcha has spent two years bringing his dream to realisation.
Designed for what Garcha calls “a club for vagabonds seeking a unique and hidden experience”, the warm and beautifully appointed Whiskey Library hosts up to 75 guests who, while relaxing and enjoying their whiskies, will be entertained with bespoke experiences such as specially curated sung and told Jazz stories, intimate theatre, book readings, artist evenings, musical showcases, and even independent film premieres. Guests will also be able to enjoy delightful small bites prepared by the Chef de cuisine at The Vagabond Club.
In keeping with the theme of artistry and luxury, the vitrines housing the whiskey collection and other crafted white spirits were designed and hand-crafted by local woodsman Mr Ng – one of the few remaining craftsmen in Singapore who continues to create unique furniture pieces. Designed to enhance the decadent elements of the hotel surrounds, the armoires feature brass claw feet to complement the similarly brass Allahbuksh-designed Rhino reception desk.
Akin to the Allahbuksh family from Rajasthan who crafted the enchanting Banyan Trees at The Vagabond Club, Mr Ng has contributed much to the artistry ambience in Garcha’s hotel portfolio.
Bespoke elements such as artisanal ice and an international selection of the finest of cigars, together with the extensive collection of whiskeys, bourbons, and other crafted spirits bring a truly complete and unique experience to guests of The Whiskey Library.
The Other Roof at Ann Siang Road presents a worldwide new concept of tea-finished spirits & cocktails, all deriving from bespoke tea spirits.
With over 400 different spirits all tea-finished, The Other Roof is currently the first and only place in the world, where all the different spirits are created in-house by the art of finishing by the trained hands of its team led by Dario Knox.
The Other Roof is very proud that apart from serving delightful libations, to be also serving great food all day long
â€‹Whether you are looking for a bit of Iberico Ham or a great Sirloin Steak, The Other Roof is your answer.
Their kitchen stays open every day from 4:30pm to 12am.
Pandora’s Garden, a newly-opened rooftop garden bar located at the courtyard of Ann Siang House is dedicated to serving rosé wines. Housing the most comprehensive collection of rosé wines in Singapore, it hopes to precipitate the rising popularity of this sophisticated yet often misunderstood pink style of wine.
Pandora’s Garden is a hidden gem designed around an ancient Frangipani tree with roots that run deep under Ann Siang House. When night falls, a retractable roof opens up like a box and twinkling fairy lights are turned on to create a magical effect that inspired the name Pandora’s Garden.
Set in a shophouse in Kampong Glam; the 30-seater IB HQ is the brick & mortar cocktail bar of The Indigenous Bartender, a platform that was created for like-minded bartenders (and foodies) looking to explore locally sourced ingredients and their uses with a culinary and creative approach.
Helmed by Zurina Bryant and Kamil Foltan (the latter has previously worked for Potato Head and Tippling Club), IB HQ offers cocktails with intriguing ingredients.
Cocktails are priced from $22++ onwards. View their cocktails menu here.
The historic Long Bar of Raffles Hotel returns fully restored and continues its proud tradition as the Home of the Singapore Sling.
The famous counter shines like new amidst decor that marries architecture and contemporary plantation-inspired motifs. Long Bar was located at Cad’s Alley in the early 1900s. At a time when improved rail and road systems brought rubber and palm oil plantation owners over to Singapore from Malaya every weekend, it was known as the ‘Rendezvous of Planters’. Not a formal bar, but rather tables placed next to another facing Bras Basah Road, it was a vantage point from which male visitors surveyed the procession of ladies.
The earthy decor of the two-storey Long Bar is inspired by Malayan life in the 1920s. The deep, rich colours and lush greenery transport patrons to the edge of a tropical plantation. In keeping with the relaxed atmosphere, guests are invited to brush peanut shells off the table and bar counter to the floor. This is quite possibly the only place in Singapore where littering is encouraged!
The Singapore Sling, widely regarded as the national drink, was first created in 1915 by Raffles bartender Ngiam Tong Boon. Primarily a gin-based cocktail, the Singapore Sling also contains pineapple juice, lime juice, curaçao and Bénédictine. Giving it the pretty pink hue are grenadine and cherry liqueur. Bartender Ngiam deliberately chose to give the cocktail this rosy colour.
Swing by the newly-reopened Long Bar for your glass of Singapore Sling today.
In the meantime, you can also say hello to your loved ones with a lovely Raffles Hotel - Singapore Sling digital postcard here.