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Gallery & Bar at 1-Altitude

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1-Altitude is the world's highest al fresco bar and viewing gallery, where customers will be able to get a good view of the Marina Bay area and Singapore Flyer.

Mon - Thu: 18:00 - 02:00

Fri - Sat: 18:00 - 04:00

Eve of PH: 18:00 - 04:00

Sun: 18:00 - 01:00

Mon - Thu: 18:00 - 01:00

+65 64380410
$72 based on 32 submissions
View/Scenery (5 votes), Chillout (4 votes), After Work (3 votes)
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A Friday Night

Pictures/ Review at http://dinnerndesserts.blogspot.sg/2015/04/ma-maison-1-altitude-pints-and-curries.html

Named the world's highest al fresco bar and viewing gallery, it was exorbitant with a cover charge of $30 inclusive of one drink. Apart from their house beers and wines, there were 3 choices of cocktails - Singapore Sling, Melon Caprioska and Lychee Martini. I finally tried the Singapore Sling, which was similar to fruit punch and kind of too sweet to my liking. Upon arriving at Level 63, we were greeted by a dance floor. Heading up the stairs was the viewing gallery, with the seats all taken up by reservations. The night view was incredible, a 360 degree view of Singapore, even overlooking the brim of Malaysia.....

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  • Cheese Platter1 vote
  • Truffles Fries1 vote
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• 19 Apr 2015 • 14 reviews • 0 follower

A Friday Night

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Pictures/ Review at http://dinnerndesserts.blogspot.sg/2015/04/ma-maison-1-altitude-pints-and-curries.html

Named the world's highest al fresco bar and viewing gallery, it was exorbitant with a cover charge of $30 inclusive of one drink. Apart from their house beers and wines, there were 3 choices of cocktails - Singapore Sling, Melon Caprioska and Lychee Martini. I finally tried the Singapore Sling, which was similar to fruit punch and kind of too sweet to my liking. Upon arriving at Level 63, we were greeted by a dance floor. Heading up the stairs was the viewing gallery, with the seats all taken up by reservations. The night view was incredible, a 360 degree view of Singapore, even overlooking the brim of Malaysia.....
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• 17 Jan 2014 • 294 reviews • 15 followers

A drink at Singapore's highest point

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Ride the elevator up to level 63 of One Raffles Place building to have a drink at the world's highest al fresco bar. Great as a night spot and for sundowners, 1-Altitude is one of those places where the drinks don’t matter, you can drink in the 360 degree views and that‘ll be enough. Since you are there, order one of the 'sky high' (read: potent) cocktails, like the Graveyard, which is a heady mix of gin, vodka, rum, tequila, whisky, brandy and stout ($28), if you aren’t into mixing your drinks (we aren’t), Altitude has a dependable selection of wines, whiskys, beers and more. For more drinking guide, click here!
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• 12 Aug 2013 • 13 reviews • 1 follower

Splendid view. Good for chill out.

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Good chillout place but pick quieter nights to go so that you will have a splendid view of the fantastic lights and skyline of Singapore.

It's an entirely chill out place where on quieter nights is good for catch up with girl friends over drinks and bar snacks.

I had champagnes with my friends and followed by Martell bottle for the night. Prices were reasonable after VIP discount of 15% which I get from the Boast Card of 1 Rochester Group.

Pretty good cheese platter, value for money. Although priced at $30, the portion is huge! 4 types of cheese, huge chunks!

Truffles fries is really good. Portion is big too. Couldn't finish it even though there were 3 of us!
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We will love to go there again. Very soon!
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