A Guide to the Top Rooftop Bars and Hottest Restaurants in Bangkok

***Updated October 2017!!***

A Guide to the Top Rooftop Bars and Hottest Restaurants in Bangkok

Bangkok’s nightlife is short of anything but exciting and eventful with bars and clubs popping up in every corner, deep in the streets and even high up above the city. Bangkok has an incredible bar and restaurant scene, from small niche bars to restaurants.  Lately rooftop bars and rooftop dinning in Bangkok have been become increasingly popular, and why not, set against beautiful skyline, these gorgeous establishments are a great way to spend a night with friends, family or your significant other.

Check out your guide on where to stay in Bangkok close to all the nightlife (or in a quieter area).

Sit back and enjoy our (updated) Guide to the Best Rooftop Bars and Restaurants in Bangkok

View from bangkok rooftop restaurant

Three Sixty

Take the lift to Three Sixty on the 32nd floor of the Millennium Hilton Bangkok hotel. Sit back and enjoy the gentle jazz wash over you while you enjoy their signature cocktail (which include Ingredients such as Ketel One, raspberry liqueur, crème de cassis, fresh ginger, fresh strawberry, and lime wedge) and some of the most magnificent views the city has to offer.

The bar consists of two different areas: One is a large rectangular open air space covering the entire middle part of the building, and the other part, is an amazing 360 degrees cupola balanced one floor above.

Opening times – 5:00pm til 1:00am daily
Location – Millennium Hilton Bangkok, 32nd floor, 123 Charoennakorn Road, Klongsan
Dress Code – Smart Casual
Cover charge – $0

Check out the best deals for the Millennium Hilton Bangkok here

Three Sixty - Millennium Hilton Bangkok

The Nest Bangkok

The Nest is a very modern rooftop lounge; which is located on the 8th floor of the Le Fenix Hotel in Sukhumvit Soi 11. however people don’t just come here for the view, they go for the atmosphere. The Nest is an open air rooftop bar, which offers a great selection of food with tapas starting at 80baht and mains starting at 130 Baht. They also offer seriously huge cocktails for a great price.
There is plenty of seating available with some of the seating is based on “a birds nest” – huge wicker day beds, so you can sit back and enjoy the view! If you are not lucky enough to score one of these nests, don’t stress, they still have plenty of comfortable sofas to go around.

Opening times – 6:00pm til 2:00am
Location – above Le Fenix Hotel in Sukhumvit Soi 11 (For the Skytrain, take the train to NANA station and go to exit No. 3.)
Dress Code – Smart Casual, no shorts or sandals.
Cover charge – $0

Check out the best deals for the Le Fenix Hotel here

A Guide to the Top Rooftop Bars and Hottest Restaurants in Bangkok

The Rooftop Bar, Baiyoke Sky Hotel

This rooftop bar is one of Bangkok’ most exclusive after-dark venues, located on the 83rd floor of the  Baiyoke hotel, which is the tallest building in Bangkok. It offers floor-to-ceiling windows provide guests with stunning views of the city. A full bar is available featuring their month signature cocktails, along with light finger foods (tapas).

Make sure to check out the outdoor revolving deck however keep in mind it can be very windy.

Opening times – 5:00pm til 2:00am Daily
Location – 83rd Floor,Baiyoke Sky Hotel Ratchaprarop Rd, 222 Ratchaprarop Road Ratchathewi, Bangkok 10400, Thailand
Dress Code – Smart Casual
Cover charge – $0

Check out the best deals for the Baiyoke Sky Hotel here

Baiyoke Sky Hotel

Wine Pub

This is the first “Wine Pub” (which is a tavern/pub setting that focuses on wine) in Bangkok, it’s located at the Pullman Bangkok King Power hotel. They offer a great selection of tapas, cold cuts, salads, pasta and a massive cheese bar to enjoy. They also have a large selection of wines from around the world at fantastic prices (*wine in Thailand can be very expensive as its all imported). The Wine Pub is not like the usual rooftop bars in Bangkok – its technically not on the roof however its close enough and the views are pretty amazing.

Opening times – 6.00pm til 2.00am daily
Location – 2nd floor of Pullman Bangkok King Power 8/2 Rangnam Road, Thanon-Phayathai, Ratchathewi. (For the Skytrain, take the train to Victory Monument station)
Dress code – Smart Casual
Cover charge – $0

Check out the best deals for the Pullman’s Hotel Bangkok here

A Guide to the Top Rooftop Bars and Hottest Restaurants in Bangkok

The Speakeasy

The Speakeasy is located on the 24th and 25th Floor of the Hotel Muse Bangkok.  The rooftop bar offers an elegant and sophisticated atmosphere at this Bangkok Boutique Hotel, overlooking the city skyline. When you walk in, you might think its a little small however behind a sliding door another roof top deck opens up. The menu isn’t that large, it offers a few small bites including a burger and sharing plate. The cocktails are expensive but worth it, they are made with the best ingredients the hotel can get their hands on..

The Speakeasy encompasses the entire 24th and 25th floors and offers a number of different styles of “watering holes” including:

Long Bar
Terrace Bar
The Blind Pig cigar lounge
The Rooftop Bar
The Lawn
Three Private Domes

Opening times –5:30pm til 1:00am
Location – Hotel Muse Bangkok, 24th & 25th Floor 55/555 Soi Langsuan, Lumpini, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330, Thailand
Dress Code – Smart Casual
Cover charge – $0

Check out the best deals for the Hotel Muse Bangkok here

The Speakeasy, Hotel Muse

Vertigo and Moon Bar Rooftop Bar and Restaurant

Take in the stunning views  of this vast city from 61 floors above (also my favourite and dare i say the best Bangkok rooftop bar)! Banyan tree’s Vertigo and moon bar provides a unique experience, where guests are welcomed by a fresh light breeze (which is a lovely surprise on a humid night) and a nice icy cold, freshly made cocktail by the roof top open-air bar.

Vertigo is one of my favourite rooftop restaurants in Bangkok, as you can dine on a set or al a carte menu and there’s no shortage of Western or Thai options plus you get a cute little flashlight to read the menus as the lighting isn’t the best ( it’s so you are able to enjoy the views better).

The Moon Bar’s speciality cocktail is a “Vertigo Sunset” which is made up of Malibu, pineapple juice, cranberry juice and lime juice. If you are unfortunate enough to be caught in the rain, the restaurant and bar will not be open, instead you will be relocate to one of their other restaurants which (don’t worry!) still has a great view of the city.

Opening times –Vertigo: 6:00pm til 11:00pm daily & Moon Bar: 5:00pm til 1:00am daily
Location – 61st floor of the Banyan Tree Resort Bangkok 21/100 South Sathon Road, Sathon, Bangkok 10120, Bangkok 10120, Thailand
Dress code – Smart Casual – Slippers, flip-flops, athletic apparel and backpacks are not permitted. Gentlemen are kindly requested to wear long trousers, closed shoes and sleeved tops.
Cover charge – $0

Check out the best deals for Banyan Tree Hotel Bangkok here

A Guide to the Top Rooftop Bars and Hottest Restaurants in Bangkok

Sirocco and Sky Bar Rooftop Bar and Restaurant

Sirocco and Sky Bar are in competition with Vertigo and Moon bar for the Best rooftop bar in Bangkok! These 2 great properties are located just down the road from one another, so you can always try both and make up your own mind. Both Sirocco and Sky bar have an edge over Vertigo as they have both city and river views. This bar and restaurant are located on the 63rd floor of The Dome at Lebua. Sirocco and Sky Bar does offer a little bit more room to move around than Vertigo but each has its own charm.

This Bangkok rooftop restaurant was also featured in the hilarious“The Hangover Part II” movie (i’d be shocked if you haven’t seen it!). Sky Bar’s featured cocktails is of course the well-known Hangovertini!

Opening times – 6:00pm til 1:00am daily
Location – 63rd floor of 1055 State Tower, Silom Rd, Bangkok 10500, Thailand
Dress code – Smart Casual – They do not permit athletic or sports uniforms, torn clothing, slippers, beach sandals and flip-flops. Gentlemen must avoid any sleeveless clothing, shorts, and open shoes. Please note that their smart casual dress code applies to children.
Cover charge – $0

Check out the best deals for Lebua Hotel Bangkok here

A Guide to the Top Rooftop Bars and Hottest Restaurants in Bangkok

Flûte A Perrier-Jouët Bar

Located on the 64th floor (just above the sky bar) of the Lebua tower is the Flûte A Perrier-Joust Bar, which prides itself on being the world’s highest open air Champagne Bar. Enjoy one of their exclusive champagne selections, by the bottle or the by flute, you will have the privilege to taste the delicacy and the refinement of Perrier Jouet Blanc de Blancs, Cuvee Belle époque Brut & Rose & even the taste of G.H. Mumm Cuvée R. Lalou, G.H. Mumm Grand Cru Brut Selection, Perrier-Jouët Blazon Rosé.

As is that weren’t enough exclusive-to-The Dome, Petrossian Caviar including Beluga Imperial, Beluga Special Reserve and Ossetra Special Reserve, is also served, as are exclusive premium oysters like Cadoret Perle Noire and Tia Mara.

Opening times – 6:00pm til 1:00am daily
Location – 64th floor of 1055 State Tower, Silom Rd, Bangkok 10500, Thailand
Dress CodeDress code – Smart Casual – They do not permit athletic or sports uniforms, torn clothing, slippers, beach sandals and flip-flops. Gentlemen must avoid any sleeveless clothing, shorts, and open shoes.
Cover charge – $0

Check out the best deals for Lebua Hotel Bangkok here

Flûte A Perrier-Jouët Bar

CRU Champagne Bar

Introducing CRU Champagne Bar, Bangkok’s newest rooftop bar located in the centre of the city centre, on the 59th floor at the Centara Grand at CentralWorld. Offering indulgences like Caspian Sea Caviar, lobster with a twist, a variety of G.H. Mumm Champagnes and cocktails, CRU aims to keep you entertained with a DJ and panoramic seating with unhindered views for each and every guest.

Opening times – 5:00pm til 1:00am Daily
Location – Centara Grand at CentralWorld, 999/99 Rama 1 road,, Phatumwan, Bangkok 10330, Thailand
Dress Code – Smart Casual
Cover charge – $0

Check out the best deals for the Centara Grand at Centralworld Bangkok here

CRU Champagne Bar at Red Sky, Centara Grand at CentralWorld

Above Eleven

Perched 32 floors on top of the Fraser Suites is the aptly named “Above Eleven” as it overlooks Sukhumvit soi 11. This is in my opinion one of the best rooftop bars in Bangkok in terms of value for money. This place mimics a rooftop garden or park that’s matched perfectly well with a sunset view over Bangkok city.

Apart from great cocktails and drinks, Above Eleven is well-known for its Peruvian/Japanese fusion cuisine. Try the Discover Peru – 5 course tasting menu for 1 – 2 people with a Mojito or a glass of white wine. Happy hour at Above Eleven is very popular with their reasonably priced drinks.

Hot tip: Book a few days in advance because this rooftop bar is busy almost every day.

Opening times – 6:00pm til 2:00am daily
Location – 33rd floor of the Fraser Suites Sukhumvit, Sukhumvit Rd. Soi 11 neighborhood.
Dress code – Semi-casual
Cover charge – $0

Check out the best deals for Fraser Suites Bangkok here

A Guide to the Top Rooftop Bars and Hottest Restaurants in Bangkok

Octave Rooftop Bar & Lounge

Sometimes rooftops bars are created on top of hotels or apartments after they are built. This is not the case with Octave Rooftop Bar & Lounge, which was created in mind while the Marriott Sukhumvit Hotel was being built. Octave prides itself on being a Chic bar, their resident DJ’s playing everyday and showcasing fusion food like Asian-style tapas platters along with the finest in wines and cocktails.

Octave’s best feature is that it has four levels with the highest one being a 360 degree view rooftop deck.
Although the drinks are quite expensive, the bar has a happy hour from 5 pm – 8 pm with buy 1 get 1 free on signature cocktails and the view more than makes up for it for the prices.

Opening times – 6:00pm til 1:00am daily
Location – 45 – 49 floors of the Bangkok Marriott Hotel Sukhumvit, 2 Sukhumvit Road Soi 57 Bangkok, 10110
Dress code – “Dressy” (Smart Casual)
Cover charge – $0

Check out the best deals for the Marriott Sukhumvit Hotel here

A Guide to the Top Rooftop Bars and Hottest Restaurants in Bangkok

Zoom Sky Bar

Located on the 40th floor of the Anantara Sathorn hotel, is the Zoom Sky Bar, where you can enjoy uninterrupted views of the below pulsing streets of Bangkok. Every seat is considered the “best in the house” with 360 degree views across the city, enhanced by a rotating roster of international DJs each evening, creating a perfect atmosphere.

Savour a range of fan static food from Chef Gibb’s modern French menu, brought to life with a distinctive Asian twist, which can be enjoyed with an inspired selection of creative cocktails and a comprehensive wine list.

Opening times – 5:30pm til 1:00am daily
Location – 36 Naradhiwat Rajanagarindra Road, Bangkok 10120, Thailand
Dress Code -Smart Casual (includes children), Sportswear and flip-flops are not permitted. Gentlemen please do not wear sleeveless tops, shorts or open shoes.
Cover charge – $0

Check out the best deals for the Anantara Sathorn here

Zoom Sky Bar at Anantara Sathorn

Park Society

Moving away from Sukhumvit and towards Sathon, you can witness a different kind of view from the rooftop bar, Park Society of the green Lumpini Park from the 29th floor of the So Sofitel.
This bar has a good variety of cocktails that are well priced (between 290-350baht) and also features a “cocktail of the month” at a discounted price. Park Society also offers a selection of delicious tapas or try the 6 course tasting menu.

Opening times – (daily)
Dinner: 6:00pm til 10:30pm
Bar & Snacks: 5:00pm til 12:30am
Drinks & Cocktail: 5:00pm til 1:30am
Location – 29th floor of the So Sofitel, 2 North Sathorn Road, Bangrak, Bangkok 10500, Thailand
Dress code – Smart Casual
Cover charge – $0

Check out the best deals for the So Sofitel Bangkok here

A Guide to the Top Rooftop Bars and Hottest Restaurants in Bangkok

Horizons at Heaven

Horizon at Heaven is located right at the top of ZEN World tower at CentralWorld, HEAVEN Bangkok is comprised of four amazing and unique concepts covering a total area of more than 6,000 square meters:
Level 20 HORIZONS Upper Deck The Private Escapade & Champagne Bar
Level 19 HORIZONS Mixologist Bar & Lounge Panorama
Level 18 ZENSE Gourmet Deck The ZENSE of Gastronomy

Although not as high as other rooftop bars in Bangkok, it doesn’t lack the “wow factor”. The seating area is enormous with plenty of seating to enjoy an affordable Thai meal or one of their impressive list of cocktails. Horizon also offers weekly specials at a 30% discount so make sure you check them out on their Facebook page.

Opening times – 5:30pm til late daily
Location – ZEN World Tower – 4/5 Rama 1 Road, Pathumwan | Levels 18/19, Zen World at Central World, Bangkok 10330, Thailand.
Dress code – Smart Casual
Cover charge – $0

Heaven Bangkok rooftop bar

Cabbages and Condoms (C&C)

Cabbages and Condoms has attracted international attention as it’s uniquely decorated with condoms from all over the world plus messages and photos that support family planning. Cabbages and Condoms motto is “our food is guaranteed not to cause pregnancy!” Conveniently located near one of Bangkok’s main business districts, C&C is big with locals and travllers alike. You can choose to sit in the open area under the colourfully lit canopy on the deck or in one of our many air-conditioned rooms.

*Not a rooftop bar – just a very cool concept bar that I thought would be a great addition to the list*

Opening times – 11:00am til 10:00pm daily
Location – 6 Sukhumvit Soi 12, Sukhumvit Road, Bangkok 10110, Thailand
Dress code – Smart casual
Cover charge – $0

Cabbages and Condoms, Chiang Mai

Image credit: Jeremiah Roth

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Check out a fellow blogger Gianni’s guide to where to stay in Bankgok.

So there you have it. Our favourite rooftop bars but don’t take our word for it, go see for yourself and who knows there might be a new one opening up as you read this.

Tell us in the comments below about your Favourite Bar (anywhere in the world) and why is it your favourite?

 

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72 Comments

  1. Robyn
    22 April, 2013 / 4:43 pm

    Hottest Bar and Restaurant IN* Bangkok. When I think OF* THE* hottest bar and restaurant scene Bangkok comes to mind.

    The bar and restaurant scene in Bangkok is incredible***, from small niche bars to restaurants on the rooftops of great hotels! Check out my top 5 hotests bars and restaurants in Bangkok*** –

    Stop keyword stuffing – you’ll actually only be seen as a spam website in Google’s eyes.

    This would actually be a decent article if you addressed these issues. Nest looks amazing.

    • 22 April, 2013 / 8:20 pm

      Hi Robyn,
      Thank you so much for taking the time to read and comment on my article!
      I have addressed the issues you have pointed out, thank you for bringing these to my attention.
      I am currently going through all my article to make sure they are all grammatically correct.
      Thanks again!

  2. 27 July, 2013 / 6:33 am

    Wow…I never imagined Bangkok like this :O
    I’m definitely putting it on my bucket list!

  3. 6 November, 2013 / 9:19 am

    Wow these places look awesome! Thanks for sharing. Not sure the next time I’ll be in Bangkok but looking forward to checking these out.

  4. 14 December, 2013 / 12:38 am

    Unfortunatly Bed closed last August :(. Maybe they will open again in a new location in the future

    • 14 December, 2013 / 7:39 pm

      Oh no! hopefully they open up – it was a very good concept for a club

  5. 19 March, 2014 / 6:00 pm

    Hi, I’d update this list if I were you. For starters, BED Supperclub is closed. How about a top rooftop bar post? I can help you with that since I go to almost all of them in town! 🙂

  6. 10 April, 2014 / 7:41 pm

    Cool article. Bangkok has got to be my favorite place for quirky restaurants too. Next time you’re there check out Kratong Flying Chicken, Cabbages and Condoms, Hajime Robot Restaurant, and the Baiyoke Buffet on the 83rd floor of the Baiyoke Sky Hotel 🙂

    • 15 April, 2014 / 9:05 pm

      hey Miles!
      Thanks for the great tips!
      Woudl love to come back soon

  7. 6 May, 2014 / 1:12 am

    Ooh I’d love to go to a fancy rooftop bar! Looks super fun

  8. 6 May, 2014 / 5:45 pm

    What a nice list! Although, we visited Banyan Tree’s Vertigo and Moon Bar twice recently, and we actually found the service to be horrendous. Very very slow and not what you would expect when paying around 500 baht a cocktail. In both instances they added extra drinks onto our tabs, and to correct the mistakes took almost 30 minutes. Luckily the beautiful views distracted Angela’s family, who were visiting from the US. Your list has given us some great looking alternatives for the next time we are in Bangkok. Thank you so much for introducing us to some new spots . Sirocco and Sky Bar have caught our eye…especially since you say there is more room to move around 🙂

    • 6 May, 2014 / 6:37 pm

      Hey Angela & Chris
      thanks so much!
      oh really!! that’s horrible to hear, i loved our time there – the service was fantastic.
      Sky bar really does have a lot more room – check it out next time

  9. 6 May, 2014 / 8:33 pm

    Until recently I didn’t even know there was so many good rooftop bars in Bangkok. I visited the city a few years ago and wasn’t overly taken by it but maybe if I had visited a few of these i would have enjoyed myself more.

  10. 7 May, 2014 / 6:55 am

    I would love to drink/eat at any one of those roof top bars! They look so luxurious. I wonder if I could actually afford them. . . I know I wouldn’t be able to if they were in Vegas.

  11. 7 May, 2014 / 8:01 pm

    I have been to only the Sirocco and Sky Bar (the one from the Hangover movie), but if I lived in Bangkok I would check out all of them! I love rooftop bars and Bangkok is amazing from above. Thanks for assembling these bars together, I saved this post for a future visit to one of my favorite cities in the world!

  12. 8 May, 2014 / 1:58 am

    I want to try each and every one. So cool! What views & what atmosphere. A very handy guide to anyone visiting Bangkok.

  13. 9 May, 2014 / 11:20 pm

    Definitely saving this – only 6 months left til I’m in Bangkok! I can not wait! 🙂

  14. 10 May, 2014 / 2:51 am

    What better way to celebrate an anniversary or just have a relaxing meal with a loved one that taking a seat at the top of a gorgeous restaurant with stunning views over a city. This is a really great collection of options here with a variety of cuisines. I am not a fond lover of Thai food, ok so I honestly don’t like it but that is probably because I have only sampled the Americanized Thai versions rather than authentic cuisine in Thailand.

    Great review of these gorgeous rooftop bars/restaurants!

  15. 12 May, 2014 / 12:19 pm

    Hi Pete,

    Never been to Bangkok … well I’ve never been anywhere, really 😉 This is about to change and I guess I’ll have to add Bangkok to my growing list of places to visit. I’m sure I’d fall in love with the food.

    Anyway, thanks for the pics. The views are amazing and I’m certainly sold.

    • 14 May, 2014 / 8:51 pm

      Hey Craig!
      thanks for stopping by!
      Get to Bangkok, its amazing – food, culture, people! the views!

  16. 12 May, 2014 / 10:21 pm

    The Wine Pub looks to be most my speed. Noted and bookmarked. 🙂

  17. 28 May, 2014 / 12:16 pm

    I’ve always wanted to visit the Sky Bar at Sirocco since I saw it in The Hangover! I was gutted that I didn’t know about it when I was in Thailand. There’s always the next time!

    • 5 June, 2014 / 2:40 pm

      oh no thats no good – oh well another excuse to go back to Bangkok

  18. 24 June, 2014 / 10:03 pm

    I can’t wait to try at least one if these when we go in September! Thanks for updating the list, it’s really helpful!

  19. 6 July, 2014 / 9:42 pm

    Okay.. I really need to get here.. NOW! What a sweet bunch of bars!

  20. 3 August, 2014 / 5:04 pm

    It’s a great selection to get away for the shady Khaosan road most travelers/backpackers end up !

    • 4 August, 2014 / 1:00 pm

      Hey Cindy,
      Exactly. We enjoy the finer things in life (a touch of lucury), these bars are great for that

  21. 13 September, 2014 / 1:00 pm

    That’s one wild town Bangkok but I agree with you, some of the craziest bars in Asia.

  22. 15 September, 2014 / 6:16 pm

    LOL food guarantees not to cause pregnancy–that’s certainly an interesting slogan, and I guess they can’t get in trouble for false advertising…I’m not currently planning a trip there, but was still cool to see the pictures and read about the different options.

  23. 16 September, 2014 / 4:33 pm

    Wow, a few of these I’ve definitely bookmarked for later. Adore a good rooftop bar, its got a whole thing going on way & above the usual. Great write up.

  24. 16 September, 2014 / 11:01 pm

    These roof top bars look amazing. I would definitely try to visit them all. Thumbs up from condoms is creepy. Heck, the whole condom sign is creepy.

  25. 16 September, 2014 / 11:01 pm

    These are great ideas and really lovely pictures. I haven’t made it to Thailand yet but I hope to get there one day.

  26. 16 September, 2014 / 11:37 pm

    Wow, that’s a very thorough list, kudos! We have yet to visit Thailand, but if we’re ever in Bangkok we’re definitely checking out a few (if not all) of those places – although the Wine Pub is the closest to our speed 🙂 Good luck!

  27. 16 September, 2014 / 11:52 pm

    Love the wine bar already! Looks more like France than Bangkok though 🙂 Have been to Bangkok but was too overwhelmed by everything else to discover its nightlife. Maybe next time?

  28. 17 September, 2014 / 12:24 am

    Great post guys I wish I knew about all these places when I was here!

  29. 17 September, 2014 / 2:00 am

    Really enjoyed this post and with Bangkok so high on my list, i’ll be keeping this on the favourites for later!

  30. 18 September, 2014 / 12:52 am

    Can only dream of having the opportunities to visit these bars! Love that last pic by the way 🙂

  31. 18 September, 2014 / 5:48 am

    Those places look amazing! Thanks for such a thorough list. I will definitely pass in the information.!

  32. 2 October, 2014 / 8:48 pm

    Octave is prob the best one mentioned. I am surprised “Long Table” didn’t get a mention, that’s another good rooftop, and it has a pool.

  33. Jyotishman
    6 January, 2015 / 10:20 pm

    Heyy…gr8 article. I am looking for a rooftop bar n restaurant to visit with my wife in feb’15. It should be with a great view but without burning a hole in my pocket. which one would u suggest. I will be staying in the Sukhumvit area.

    • 7 January, 2015 / 11:17 am

      Hi there,
      The Octave Rooftop Lounge & Bar is at 2 Sukhumvit Road Soi 57 · Bangkok 10110.
      Enjoy!! Take lots of photos and have fun!!!

  34. 14 January, 2015 / 10:28 pm

    Those places have fantastic views and yes they are free to enter. Unfortunately in most of them it’s compulsory to buy a drink (which is understandable) until you look at the menu and realise that a small beer costs a small fortune.

    • 15 January, 2015 / 2:10 pm

      I agree, although this is the case with most “exclusive” or “special” experiences usually cost a little more..

  35. 5 February, 2015 / 5:51 am

    That’s some list Pete & Sam, thanks. I’ve been to the Moon Bar, that was good, but I want to try Cloud 47 and next time I will, hopefully in a couple of months!

  36. 5 February, 2015 / 6:00 am

    By the way just added a link to your excellent post on my Moon Bar post, Graham.

  37. 8 March, 2015 / 6:39 pm

    I love Bangkok. I have been here a month and there is so much to do and see, even on my tight budget!
    Great post. I will try them all 🙂

  38. 18 March, 2015 / 5:21 pm

    Love the sky bar scene in Bangkok! Our favorite is Red Sky they have buy one get one happy hour deals every day of the week, that is our go to bar in Bangkok! Thanks for some new ones for us to check out in April when we are back in BKK.

  39. 5 April, 2015 / 10:13 pm

    Hi, thanks for this awesome selection !

    I think Octave (Marriott Sukhumvit) is my favorite so far.

    To be honest we hated Skybar (and the Lebua Hotel in general), way overpriced for the service and the quality of the drinks. After all, you get amazing views from other rooftops in Bangkok too ..

    For those who are interested, we’ve just released a 18 or so selection of Bangkok rooftops (last update March 2015:)

    http://www.hotels-bangkok.fr/rooftop-bars-bangkok/ (in French, but you’ll get ideas)

    Have a nice day
    Sophie

  40. 28 September, 2015 / 4:58 pm

    Love Bangkok, one of my favourite city’s. I tried the Sky Bar but because I had shorts (smart ones mind) they wouldn’t let me in! Although the people in front who could only be described as washed tramps strolled on through! Anyway, great article.

    • 29 September, 2015 / 1:20 pm

      oh that sucks Andrew, They do seem to have a “strict” dress code and dont allow shorts in – which seems silly as its always so hot there!

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  44. paulandcarolelovetotravel
    24 September, 2016 / 7:34 pm

    Great tips for our next trip in February! Thanks very much!

  45. 10 October, 2016 / 5:11 pm

    We head to Bangkok for the first time in just over six weeks so I have found this just at the right time. We are looking forward to seeing some great views across the skyline and I have to say you have caught my attention with the Wine Pub as this is one I have not heard of before.

  46. 12 April, 2017 / 5:58 pm

    Wow…I never imagined Bangkok like this :O
    I’m definitely putting it on my bucket list! right