Rooftop bar - the worlds best in one guide -
Rooftop bar - the worlds best in one guide -

Rooftop bars

A guide to the 5 BEST ROOFTOP BARS IN MANILA in 2018.

On this list you will find all the best roof terraces in Manila, complete with all info about each place. Opening hours, dress code, photos, maps and much more. Lots of skyscrapers and high-rise buildings makes Manila a perfect rooftop city. The warm climate and good prices helps a lot to. Many of the rooftops here are located at hotels – and some of them with luxurious rooftop swimming pools. Just scroll down and find the Manila rooftop bar best suited for you.

Rooftop bar Manila

Rooftop-grade: 7/10
Prime season: all year
Residents: 11,5 millions
Climate: tropic

The climate is tropical with an average temperature of 20-30 degrees celsius all year round. As a results there is a great variety of fine rooftop bars in Manila. The roof terraces are often in a classic Asian-style, with superb views and a modern decor.

Lots of rooftop bars in Manila offers fantastic city views. Located high up in sky scrapers or luxurious hotels. If you like grand city views and cheap prices you should visit one or more sky lounges in Manila.

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About Manila

Manila is the Philippines capital and also the largest city. The metropolitan area is known as Metro Manila and it is linked to several smaller cities. The city is located at Manila Bay, providing a fine natural harbor and good views over the water. Manila is one of the world's most densely populated cities and has the country's largest harbour. Food, tobacco, clothing and tourism are otherwise what brings most money to the state. About one million tourists visits the city every year.