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  • 1. Jigger and Pony


    Yet another of the city's establishments to make the list of the "World's 50 Best Bars," Jigger & Pony serves up exceptional classic cocktails such as negronis, martinis, and Old Fashioneds, as well as signature cocktails with a local twist (think gin fizz with orange flower bubbles or whiskey sour with a touch of yuzu marmalade). Located in the Amara hotel, the dimly lit space is cozy and inviting.

    165 Tanjong Pagar Rd., Singapore, Central Singapore, 088539, Singapore
  • 2. New Asia

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    To get to the top level of this bar on the 71st and 72nd floors of the Stamford, you'll need advance reservations; the striking views there are enhanced by the way the floors are at a 20-degree slant. There are Asian food options in the grill section, as well as shellfish and sushi stations. The vibrant decor features strong colors and unusual designer furnishings. A DJ pushes up the beat with disco music on the weekend.

    Swissôtel The Stamford, 2 Stamford Rd., Singapore, Central Singapore, 178882, Singapore
  • 3. Screening Room


    This five-floor film, food, and bar complex is part of a cluster of trendy shophouse bars and restaurants. A lounge area takes up the basement and first floor, but the biggest draw is on the third floor, where there's a small, funky theater with its own bar. Classic films from around the world are shown, and menus are created to match the theme. (The film schedule is online, and reservations can be made via email or phone.) The rooftop bar attracts a cool after-work crowd.

    12 Ann Siang Rd., Singapore, Central Singapore, 069692, Singapore
  • 4. Taylor Adam


    Walk through the bespoke tailor shop in front, built in collaboration with Meiko Tailor, to get to this hidden, charming speakeasy. As you may expect, cocktails can be "tailored" to taste and preference, alongside a regularly changing menu of signature creations.

    1 Raffles Place, Singapore, Singapore, 048616, Singapore
  • 5. Lantern


    With a happy hour menu that starts at 11 am, any time is a good time to chill out with a drink on one of the sunbeds or cozy couches at this bar on the rooftop of The Fullerton Bay Hotel. To get seats with the best views, book well ahead.

    80 Collyer Quay, Singapore, Central Singapore, 049326, Singapore
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  • 6. Olde Cuban


    In this plush bar, you can sink into leather sofas with a glass of aged whiskey in one hand and a rare cigar in the other. The Olde Cuban is home to a collection of more than 100 whiskies and over 200 types of cigars, with an old-fashioned aesthetic straight out of a scene from Mad Men.

    2 Trengganu St., Singapore, Central Singapore, 058456, Singapore
  • 7. The Good Beer Company


    Craft beers and thin-crust pizzas are the main draws for thirsty workers at this bar in China Square. You'll find a large selection of ales, IPAs, and lagers on tap, many brewed in Singapore, plus a well-stocked fridge for perusing. Pizza and pint deals are available on most days, and happy hour runs until 8 pm.

    3 Pickering St., Singapore, Singapore, 048660, Singapore
  • 8. The Secret Mermaid


    This speakeasy-style bar serves exceptional cocktails, developed from both their large collection of boutique spirits from American distilleries, and from their homemade infusions and concoctions. There’s also a short selection of beers and wines, and a snack menu led by the renowned oyster happy hour.

    10 Collyer Quay, Singapore, Singapore, 049315, Singapore

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