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63/F State Tower, 1055 Silom Rd, Bangkok, Thailand, 10500
Highest cocktail bar in Bangkok, located next to the award-winning Sirocco restaurant on the rooftop of lebua at State Tower Hotel. Entry to Sky Bar is free, but you’re expected to buy a drink or two.
The views from up there are amazing – first-time visitors to Bangkok should not miss. Appropriate attire required – no shorts, tank tops, torn jeans or flip-flops.
weekday: 17:00 - 01:00
weekend: 17:00 - 01:00
venue Bar | features bar, restaurant | customers: mixed | attracts: All types
Overwhelmingly Straight, Over Priced and I Wouldn't go Back.
“There are actually better views to be had in Bankok. When we arrived, they did a super hard sell for a bottle of champagne at 5,000 baht and up. It wasn't even good quality. We finally settled on two flutes of champagne that cost $60 each. The cocktail bar is great and is really the only superb view but it was shoulder to shoulder deep with pushy/snooty South Asian/European/Arab tourists who kept giving disapproving looks beacuse i was with a Thai guy. Maybe that's your crowd, but it's not mine. We also spent $300 on a very light dinner. If you're gay, don't waste your time hanging out with homophobes.“
John on 08-Aug-2015 | Problem with this review?
“Went to skybar in November, superb service, priceless views and expensive drinks. Worth every penny and I would go again on my next visit to Bangkok.“
Andrew on 29-Dec-2014 | Problem with this review?
“Dining at Sky Bar @ lebua is indeed a very pleasant experience. Though the food is rather pricey, the stunning view of the Bangkok skyline makes every single cent worth. The folks at Sky Bar @ lebua enforces a strict policy on dresscode though, so you may want to take note when you visit this place.“
Stanley on 22-Nov-2013 | Problem with this review?
“We were made to feel really welcome, even though we hardly qualified as Bill Gates lookalikes, rather just plain tourists. Excellent, friendly staff and a view to die for made this a truly memorable experience. Bring money though! £40 for two glasses of red wine... Still, worth every penny.“
John on 13-Mar-2013 | Problem with this review?
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