Bangkok might not have the most distinctive skyline in Asia, but it certainly has its share of sophisticated rooftop restaurants and bars from which to admire the metropolis. Of the numerous places for a meal or drink, three rooftops stand out. The terrace on the 61st floor of Banyan Tree Bangkok (seen here) is home to the grill and bar Vertigo and the adjacent watering hole, Moon Bar. Red Sky on the 56th floor of Centara Grand at Central World combines a restaurant specializing in beef dishes with a bar that has comfortable lounge beds and a resident jazz and R&B band. Tower Club at Lebua’s 63rd-floor Sky Bar is a trendy spot where the lights change color every 90 seconds (scenes of The Hangover Part II were shot here), while Distil, on the 64th floor, has an oyster joint and a cigar terrace. At the highest bars in the City of Angels, you may feel like you can touch the stars.
Photo Credit: Banyan Tree Hotels & Resorts
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