Who would’ve thought there’d be a day we can finally say “halal” and “bar” together in the same sentence. We’ve got news for you, Singapore has a halal rooftop bar and you’re going to want to jio your Muslim buddies for this.

If you’re looking for a night out with friends or a date with bae, this rooftop bar experience will definitely give you chill vibes after a long day at work.

Halal Rooftop Dining Spot

Located in the Arab Street precinct, Atap Bar will take you back to the old days. Its cosy interior, patterned floors and swing chairs will remind you of your grandma’s kampung.

Image Credit: Atap Bar Facebook

This family-friendly establishment serves up non-alcoholic, localised bespoke mocktails. With drinks inspired by Malay folklore and traditional songs like “Rasa Sayang”, there’s bound to be a drink for everyone here.

The “Rasa Sayang” ($14) is a blend of rose infused water mixed with strawberry, mint leaves and more! Just like the folk song itself, this drink captures much of the Malay character.

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If you’d like a little sugar, spice and everything nice, get the “Tiga Abdul” ($15) which is inspired by the classic 1964 movie played by famous actor P. Ramlee.

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Feeling a little daring? You can make your very own customised mocktail starting at $13. Who knows they might just name a mocktail after you!

 If you’re feeling a little hungry, they serve up bar snacks such as Honey Wings ($10). Oh and did you know they serve Keropok Lekor ($8) as well? Talk about the perfect snack.

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If that isn’t already convincing enough, Atap Bar also provides games you used to play back in primary school. From old maid to five stones, relieve your childhood memories and brag about how good you were at these games back then.

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If you need a good night accompanied with good drinks, stunning view and chill music, Atap Bar is the place for you. It’s the best sober vibes you can get in Singapore!

Image Credit: Atap Bar Facebook

With a lot of thought put into the concept for this modern kampong bar – it’s definitely one of Singapore’s hidden gems you don’t want to miss.

Atap Bar
Address: 48 Arab Street, Level 5 Singapore 199745
Opening Hours: Mon 7pm-12am, Wed-Thurs 5pm-12am, Fri 5pm-1am, Sat 3pm-1am, Sun 3pm-12am, Closed on Tuesdays
Website

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(Header Image Source: Atap Bar Facebook)

 
 
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