Rooftop bars are a delight to spend time in, yet while we are carrying our backpacks, these gems of places stay hidden. Many of these bars either offer the best of local cuisines or global ones, but plenty of dose of entertainment and relaxation. So here we are to reveal the best yet undiscovered rooftop bars in the world that will add more fun and leisure to your trip. Check these out!
Named after the infamous love interest of none other than King George IV, Mrs Fitzherbert's is surely love at first sight. This rooftop bar is located right in the middle of the city but hidden amongst the sprawling buildings of the city. With eccentric interiors and a buzzing atmosphere, the bar is divided between indoor and outdoor spaces and is suitable for all weathers.
Before you head out on the adventurous luxury safaris in Kenya’s stunning landscapes, try relaxing in one of the Nairobi best rooftop bars. And the pleasant Captain’s Terrace rooftop bar that overlooks the Nairobi National Park makes this much more viable. Apart from the rich views of the park, they also offer mouth-watering dishes for events as small as a date to larger conferences and weddings. It's a decent paradise amidst abundant nature views that will soothe your eyes and soul.
Setting the mood for a party at this hidden rooftop bar in Budapest, Hungary is nothing short of a cakewalk. And the best place to unwind from jet lag or travel fatigue is the Liebling rooftop bar in INSTANT – FOGAS complex. And that's because it has live music, and an amazing collection of wines, whisky, vodkas and rum. While the place is abuzz with the energy, it’s difficult not to spin a leg and chill out. Besides, you can also get your hands on choicest starters, main course and desserts, right in the heart of Budapest.
Tahiti, the largest island in French Polynesia, and is also home to many amazing rooftop bars. The Tiki Bar is located on the terrace of the InterContinental Tahiti Resort with magical views of the sea. After having a night to remember its best to stay on one of special Tahiti overwater villas though be careful not to fall. However, the best part about this rooftop bar is the live entertainment performances that make it popular for both tourists and locals. A few wonderfully made cocktails and you’ll be dancing the night away for sure.
Cé La Vi is another hidden gem of Singapore. And what could be a better spot than one of the most prominent landmarks of Singapore’s skyline for a rooftop bar? Besides, it's got the infamous infinity pool, sky deck and a fascinating club lounge. Without a doubt, it is also one of the most iconic rooftop bars in the world.