The highest open-air champagne bar in the world.
Part of the vertical experience at the 5-star lebua at State Tower, Flute is perched on a platform where it does not only overlook the Bangkok skyline, but also the famous Sirocco and Sky Bar just below.
Very elegant, this intimate alfresco rooftop feels like its own little garden, with a living wall designed to evoke a vineyard, and a comfy green sofa surrounding the illuminated bar adorned with butterfly patterns.
As the world’s highest open-air champagne bar, it is no surprise that the rooftop menu comes filled with some of the best champagne there is. Enjoy bubbly drinks by the bottle or by the flute, with some selections exclusive to the venue.
Complementing the champagne is an array of fine caviar, bar bites, and also wine and non-alcoholic cocktails. But really, if you visit Flute, you pretty much have to go for champagne.
Charming in setting, usually with a live band playing soft jazz music on the stage just below the bar, the best option is probably to visit Flute for a fine glass with amazing sunset views before dinner. Expensive, yes, but also an experience.