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Lantern

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Lantern is a stylish rooftop bar and pool with enthralling panoramic views of the Marina Bay waterfront and the world-famous Singapore skyline.

Daily: 12.00pm - 2.00am

+65 63338388
$28 based on 17 submissions
After Work (7 votes), Chillout (5 votes), Girls Night Out (4 votes)
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Fantastic Ambience and Service

When we made dinner reservations for two, the restaurant was nice enough to highlight to us that their menu selection lean towards light snacks. Being small eaters, my wife and I went ahead anyways and are not disappointed.

The view from the roof top bar is breathtaking, we were seated before the sun set and was treated to an amazing transformation of the Marina Bay Skyline from day to night. The staff were polite and attentive but know when to leave you alone to enjoy your dinner and drinks.

Often food takes a secondary place when the locale is so fantastic but the food here is surprisingly good though in small servings.

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• 15 Jan 2015 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

Fantastic Ambience and Service

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When we made dinner reservations for two, the restaurant was nice enough to highlight to us that their menu selection lean towards light snacks. Being small eaters, my wife and I went ahead anyways and are not disappointed.

The view from the roof top bar is breathtaking, we were seated before the sun set and was treated to an amazing transformation of the Marina Bay Skyline from day to night. The staff were polite and attentive but know when to leave you alone to enjoy your dinner and drinks.

Often food takes a secondary place when the locale is so fantastic but the food here is surprisingly good though in small servings.
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• 12 Dec 2014 • 9 reviews • 0 follower

Rooftop Cocktails

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One of my favourite rooftop bars in Singapore. The Cocktails were delicious with a great variety. They currently have some Christmas specials on offer. They also have local specialities available all year round. The Christmas Blossom and Hibiscus Royale Sling are a must try. The most appealing aspect is the view of Marina Bay Sands. Also compared to other bars it is reasonably quiet and the relaxed ambience makes it ideal to have a conversation with friends without having to shout over music as I have experienced commonly in other bars.
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  • The view of Marina Bay Sands from the Lantern at Fullerton Bay Hotel
• 25 Sep 2014 • 10 reviews • 0 follower

Merlion at The Fullerton Bay Hotel

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If you’re looking for a drink to have while taking in the view of the Singapore skyline, look no further than the Merlion ($23) at open-air rooftop bar, Lantern. Named after Singapore’s half-lion, half-fish water-expelling icon (located around the corner from Lantern, we might add), the cocktail is a refreshing mix of tequila, young ginger, honey, lime and soda. It’s served on the premises that once was Johnston’s Pier, where a red lamp used to hang to warn ships as they entered the harbour. The Merlion is a safe, and a much welcomed drink in these tropical climes – don’t worry, a couple of these won’t make you “merlion” (Singlish for “throw up”) into the bay.  
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  • Merlion Cocktail

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