The Sky Barsits atop the roof of the Lebua State Tower, 63 stories above the bustling streets of Bangkok.
Overlooking the seemingly endless Arabian Desert, this rooftop lounge transforms with the amazing vistas of a sunset.
White Rabbit Restaurant & Bar, Moscow, Russia
The White Rabbit offers some of the best panoramas of Moscow along with delicious international fusion cuisine.
Joben Bistro, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
Joben Bistro is an incredibly cool looking pub with a charming steampunk design. The combination of brass, copper and fluorescent lights create an elegant hideout to hang out with friends.
Club 33, Disneyland, California
Hidden away in the New Orleans Square area of Disneyland is Club 33 – a private club with a decade-long waiting list for new members. The club is the only location that offers alcohol in the park, and its members are allowed exclusive access to areas of the park, like the wheelhouse of the Mark Twain and the engine compartments of steam trains.
The Laundromat Cafe, Reykjavik, Iceland
The Laundromat Cafe is a bizarre mixture of a bar, laundromat, cafe and library.
Sunland Pub, South Africa
South Africa’s baobab trees are well known for their enormous size. This particular tree, nicknamed Sunland, is over 6,000 years old and so large that a small bar can operate in the hollow of the trunk. Open since 1933, the pub can only serve a lucky 15 guests at one time.
The Ice Bar, Quebec City, Canada
This ice-sculpted bar melts each summer and is completely rebuilt every year. So get there while the ice lasts, and don’t forget your coat.
Tiger Leaping Gorge Bar, China
Tiger Leaping Gorge is on an incredible canyon so breathtaking that it has been named a World Heritage Site. Balancing on a cliff, above the raging rapids below, is a bar that has one of the better views on the planet.
Safe House, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
The Safe House is a spy-themed bar behind a secret red door without proper labeling. Naturally, a password is required to get in, but, once you do, there are secret passageways to drunkenly explore.
H.R. Giger Alien Bar, Gruyere, Switzerland
Giger Bar is lovingly themed and modeled after the movie “Alien” by Ridley Scott. A must visit for sci-fi fans, and movie buffs.
Alux Caverna Lounge, Mexico
Alux is the largest cave bar in the world. The cave system, which is over 18,000 years old is elegantly light by hundreds of candles. Magnificent flowstones and stalactites dominate the walls of the various chambers, each more impressive than the last.
Monkey Bar, Berlin
The Monkey Bar overlooks the grand Berlin Zoological Gardens, meaning that there’s a good chance you’ll actually see a monkey.
Hotel Edelweiss, Mürren, Switzerland
Enjoy haute cuisine and a beer at 6,300 feet above the ground surrounded on all sides by a magnificent mountain panorama.
Ozone Bar, Hong Kong, China
The bar is the highest in Hong Kong and sits atop Hong Kong’s tallest hotel, the Ritz Carlton, on floor 118. The views, service, design and drinks are one of a kind.
The Water and Wind Bar, Binh Duong, Vietnam
The Water and Wind Bar is set on a flooded area of land, creating an incredible reflection in the water. Stepping stones lead across the reflection and into the massive thatched hut. Lamps adorn the walls, creating an incredibly cozy hideout for a few drinks.
The Rock Bar, Bali, Indonesia
Perched on the cliffs of Bali, the Rock Bar overlooks the magnificent Indian Ocean.
The Red Sea Bar, Israel
This bar sits fully submerged on the surface of the incredibly gorgeous and lush Red Sea, with incredible views of the native fish and coral.
Blue Frog Lounge, Mumbai, India
The strange design of this bar means that wherever you sit, you can see and hear the music from the live stage as if you were sitting right next to it.
Bicycle Bar, Bucharest, Romania
“Bicicletabar” in Romania, has chairs and tables made from recycled bicycles. Simple as that.
Northern Lights Bar, Iceland
This bar in the middle of nowhere offers a spectacular view of a natural phenomenon–the aurora borealis and the moss-covered lava fields.
Dabbous Bar, London
With exposed brickwork, sheet metal and natural wood, Dabbous has a an industrial yet organic design which complements the incredible cocktails and canapés they offer.
The Clinic Bar, Singapore
Arguably the most bizarre bar on this list. This medical themed bar has patrons sit in wheelchairs and drink cocktails through an IV. This strange setting is one of the most popular spots in all of downtown Singapore.
Hemingway’s Lounge, Hollywood, USA
Hemingway’s Lounge is a warm and inviting pub with walls lined in books for the avid drunk reader.