16 Best Rooftop Bars in Kuala Lumpur you must Check Out in 2021!
Whether you are looking for a laid back lounge, dining or an all out party scene, Kuala Lumpur has it all. Home too many nightlife hotspots, ranging from rooftop bars, nightclubs, classy restaurants and cocktail lounges, you will never be bored of the Kuala Lumpur nightlife.
The rooftop bars and restaurant scene are quickly becoming a playground for Kuala Lumpur city goers in the mood for some fun. With one of the top questions being asked of where to go in Kuala Lumpur at night, you will most definitely not be short of options. In no particular order, here’s our round-up of the best rooftop bars in Kuala Lumpur in 2021.
[Updated 4 January 2021]
1. Vertigo at The Banyan Tree Kuala Lumpur
Recently opened Vertigo boasts the highest ‘Hotel’ rooftop bar in Kuala Lumpur. With unobstructed views from the 59th floor at the 5-star Banyan Tree hotel, mixologists crafting personalised drinks, south-east Asian style tapas and DJs at the weekends makes a worthy recent addition to the Kuala Lumpur rooftop bar scene. Draught beer prices start from RM28+, wine from RM19+
- Located at Level 59, Banyan Tree Residence, 2, Alan Conway, 50450 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
- Phone: +603 2113 1822
- Opening Hours: Daily 17:30 – 01:00
2. Bridge Bar Kuala Lumpur @ G-Tower – Jalan Tun Razak
Bridge Bar is an exclusive venue and a great place to experience the Kuala Lumpur views. The first of two bars that we feature in G-Tower, this bar is suspended between the two blocks of the hotel where you can enjoy some of the most thrilling views of the city. For the R&B and Jazz lovers, this bar is perfect and guarantees an unforgettable experience. Exclusive and intimate, this is a great bar in Kuala Lumpur if you are looking for something more relaxing and soul-soothing.
- Located at Level 30, GTower, 199, Jalan Tun Razak Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
- Phone: +60 3-2168 1952
- Opening Hours: Sunday – Thursday 16:00 – Midnight, Friday & Saturday 16:00 – 01:00
3. Mantra Bar
Set on the Rooftop at Bangsar Village II giving you some of the best views of Kuala Lumpur’s skyline, Mantra bar is the perfect place to let your hair down after a busy day. Infamous for their bespoke cocktails and delicious food, you will find this to be a real gem amongst KL’s nightlife. Featuring a subdued colour scheme, you can enjoy your time here in a cosy atmosphere while taking in the nightlife vibes.
- Located at Rooftop Bangsar Village II.
- Phone: +60 17-344 8299
- Opening hours: Monday – Thursday: 4:30 pm – 1:30 am & Friday – Saturday: 4:30 pm – 3:00 am
4. Stratosphere at the Roof
Found atop an infinity grassed helipad, this is Asia’s first and only bar to be found in such a unique location next to the popular mall, known as One Utama. Part of the gastro and entertainment hub “The Roof” With 360-degree panoramic views of the city and luxurious features, it goes without saying that this is one of the best rooftop bars in Kuala Lumpur. Offering tasty dishes from the main menu and world-class cocktails, this is the perfect place to indulge in an early dinner and then enjoy a few drinks out on the stratosphere while taking in the magnificent views.
- Located at 1 First Avenue Bandar Utama, Petaling Jaya, Malaysia
- Phone: +60 3-8605 3388
- Opening Hours: Tuesday – Sunday 18:00 – 02:00, Closed on Mondays
5. Marini’s on 57
You can expect delicious Italian food and a phenomenal view at this award-winning sophisticated bar. The à la carte menu offers a variety of the finest Italian cuisine that you can enjoy why taking in the incredible atmosphere at one of the best bars in Kuala Lumpur. You can also enjoy sipping on some of the finest single malt whisky collection, while immersed in the old-world Italian charm of the whisky lounge. If you would prefer, they also offer a selection of wines from a notable wine list.
- Located at Level 57, Menara 3 Petronas, Persiaran KLCC.
- Phone: +60 3-2386 6030
- Opening Hours: Sunday to Thursday: 5 pm to 1:30 am & Friday and Saturday 5 pm to 3 am
6. Canopy Rooftop & Lounge by Tiger Bay London
With a chilled out vibe, great music, shisha and even better drinks, this is an amazing place to relax and enjoy a few beverages. They also offer a great selection of food, so you don’t need to worry about being hungry. Divided into a lounge, cocktail bar, VIP lounge and rooftop canopy, this is definitely not a place where you are likely to get bored. There’s plenty to do here, so whether you just want to relax with a few friends or if you are more interested in partying the night away, this is the place for you.
- Located at Lot 183 Jalan Mayang off Jalan Yap Kwan Seng, 50450 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
- Phone: +60 16-497 2169
- Opening Hours: Monday – Thursday: 12:00 – 02:00, Friday – Saturday: 12:00 – 03:00 & Sunday: 12:00 – 01:00
7. Roofino Skydining & Bar
If you want to enjoy sipping on cocktails while taking in a fabulous 360-degree view of KL, accompanied by some fantastic music, then Roofino Skydining & Bar is a great place to drink in Kuala Lumpur. With indoor and outdoor sections, we suggest reserving in advance if you would like to be seated outdoor’s whilst indoor’s offers just as an amazing view and sunsets.
- Located at Regalia Residence Level 37th floor, Madison Block, No. 2, Jalan Anjung Putra, Off Jalan Sultan Ismail, 50480 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
- Phone: +60 16-283 2713
- Opening Hours: Sunday to Wednesday: 12:00 – 01:00, Thursday to Saturday: 12:00 – 02:00
8. Luna Bar Off Jalan P Ramlee
One of the most well-known bars in Kuala Lumpur and offers some incredible views of the city. Whether you are looking for a light dinner in a lounge-type bar, perhaps accompanied by an outdoor pool or something more trendy, like an exclusive restaurant that overlooks the pool area, you will find it here, at Luna Bar. If you want to know where to go in Kuala Lumpur at night, this is definitely a great option.
- Located at 34th Floor, Pacific Regency Hotel Suites, Jalan Punchak Off Jalan P. Ramlee
- Phone: +60 3-2332 7777
- Opening Hours: Monday to Thursday & Sunday 3:00 pm – 1:00 am, Friday, Saturday, Eve of Public Holiday 3:00 p.m. – 3:00 a.m.
9. Skybar at Traders hotel
This award-winning bar found on the 33rd floor of the Traders Hotel in Kuala Lumpur. Offering a variety of cocktails, nightly DJ’s and amazing views, this is the place to be if you looking for a party and a good time. Having received several awards, including; Best Malaysian Bar, Best Nightlife Experience, Best Bar in the Country, it’s no surprise that this is one of the best rooftop bars in Kuala Lumpur.
- Located at Level 33, Traders Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, Kuala Lumpur City Centre.
- Phone: +60 3-2332 9888
- Opening hours: Sunday to Thursday 10 am – 1 am, Friday, Saturday and eve of Public Holidays: 10 am – 3 am
10. Marimbar PJ
Boasting as the highest rooftop bar in Petaling Jaya, Marimbar is conveniently located near the Asia Jaya LRT, and with ample parking at the Sheraton provides a comfortable place to hang out with a group of friends. There are two outdoor veranda areas, one that overlooks PJ, Bangsar and KL, and the other that overlooks Sunway and has a beautiful sunset view. As the cities light up, the view outside is stunning, and throughout the bar, there are many comfortable sofas, tables and chairs, and standing areas. Offering bottle beers, four beers on tap, a huge wine list, signature cocktails, light bites and a shortlist of mains coupled with Live Bands and guest DJs. We suggest you go discover Marimbar’s awesome rooftop experience overlooking Petaling Jaya
- Located at Lorong Utara C, Pjs 52 Petaling Jaya, Malaysia.
- Phone: +60 3-2386 6030
- Opening Hours: Every day from 15:00 – 02:00
11. Heli Lounge Bar
Located near to KL Tower on Jalan Sultan Ismali, this hidden gem is fast becoming known as the go-to Sky bar in Kuala Lumpur, It is, in fact, a Helipad by day and a pop-up bar from Sunset (6 pm) onwards, Little tip, we suggest you get there slightly earlier if you want to secure the better seats. Access to the helipad is via three flights of stairs and entrance is free from 5 – 9 pm If you choose to go after 9 pm you need to purchase at least one glass of drink and the dress code is a little strict as the main bar downstairs opens.
- Located at Level 37, Menara KH, Jalan Sultan Ismail, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
- Phone: +60 3-2110 5034
- Opening Hours: Sunday to Wednesday 17:00 – 00:00, Thursday 17:00 – 02:00, Friday & Saturday 17:00 – 03:00
12. Deep Blue at The Face Suites
Boasting amazing views of Kuala Lumpur’s landmark KL Tower and Petronas Twin Towers, the latest addition to Kuala Lumpur’s bar scene on Level 51 of The Facesuites styles a uniquely designed contemporary interior inside and a unique outdoor roof terrace. Stunning views with signature cocktails to match and a variety of Malaysian and western food choices combined with a diverse music policy and themed nights.
- Located at 1020, Jalan Sultan Ismail Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
- Phone: +60 3-2168 1671
- Opening hours: Sunday 11am -12am Monday – Thursday 11am – 1am : Weekends & Public Holiday Eve 11am – 2am
13. Hemisphere Restaurant & Bar
Overlooking the Iconic Twin Towers & KL Tower, this sky dining experience with spectacular views of Kuala Lumpur on the 37th floor of the Regalia Residence. From a great selection of drinks, including a well-curated wine list, you can choose from a formal dinner inside or the more casual alfresco area outside. We suggest booking well in advance, particularly for sunset or on special occasions.
- Located at Regalia Residence, 37 Floor, 2 Jalan Sultan Ismail, Chow Kit, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
- Phone: +60 3-2742 1098
- Opening hours: 11 am to 2 am Daily (Restaurant last call 11.30 pm; Bar last call 1.30 am)
14. Man Tao Bar at Hotel Stripes Kuala Lumpur
Signature cocktails and unobstructed views of the city from the newest Rooftop bar in Kuala Lumpur, Man Tao is a relaxed chilled out affair on the 21st Floor of Hotel Stripes next to the infinity pool. With themed nights (subject to change) on Thursday (Ladies night 6-9 pm), Friday (Gin Night 6-9 pm) and Saturday (Cocktail night 6-9 pm) plus Asian style tapas bites creates a perfect mix for enjoying sunsets over the city.
- Located at Hotel Stripes, 25, Jalan Kamunting, Chow Kit, 50300 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
- Phone: +603 2038 0000
- Opening hours: Tuesdays to Saturdays: 6pm – 12 am, Sunday & Public Holiday: 12 pm – 7 pm (closed on Monday)
15. Vogue Lounge KL
Recently opened (end of 2018) Vogue Lounge offers spectacular views, glamorous décor, fabulous cuisine and cocktails from the 38th floor of Menara Suezcap in Bangsar South. Under the establishment of Conde Nest it focuses on evening and nightlife sophistication with elegant high ceilings, lavish chandeliers, sleek accents and iconic photographs. Vogue Lounge doesn’t lose its playfulness though with a tasteful ‘catwalk’ floor that allows you to strut your style and strike a pose. For a lavish night of luxury, dress to the Nines and strike a pose. If you aren’t ready to dress the part, Vogue may not be the experience for you. But if you want to dress and dine in elegance, see and be seen in style with fabulous views to match, then Vogue Lounge is the perfect place for you.
- Located at Level 38,Menara SuezCap 1, KL Gateway, Jalan Kerinchi, Bangsar South, 59200 Kuala Lumpur.
- Phone: +60 16 665 5984
- Opening hours: Tuesday to Thursday – 5 pm till 1 am, Friday and Saturday – 5 pm till 2 am, Sunday – 5 pm till 1 am, Closed on Mondays.
16. Blue at EQ
The highest bespoke speakeasy bar and lounge in Kuala Lumpur. Located in a prime location at EQ means you are a simple walk from the Golden Triangle. For non-hotel guests, the only way up is through LG1, where you are greeted by a host who will take you through a private elevator that goes directly to Sky51. The indoor lounge is tucked away through a speakeasy opening never seen in Malaysia. Whilst outdoors, the music intensifies as the DJ on the upper deck provides your soundtrack to the evening. This classy open-air sky bar also hides an exclusive upper deck where reservations are essential.
- Located at EQ, Equatorial Plaza, Jalan Sultan Ismail, 50250, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
- Phone: +603-2789-7800
- Opening hours: Open daily from 5:00 PM to 1:00 AM
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Our top nightclubs in Kuala Lumpur for 2021 are also listed here
10 Rooftop Restaurants And Bars In KL For The Best City Night View
Indulge in a sky-high experience
Nothing beats the special feeling of sharing a meal or drinks with bae, but it’s certainly better if you can do it while enjoying a killer view. From fancy restaurants to rooftops bars and casual dining, there’s no shortage of hotspots with the best views in KL to suit anyone.
Dine with a view:
Not only does KL Tower serve as an iconic Malaysian landmark, but it is also home to the restaurant with the highest view in town. The revolving restaurant, Atmosphere 360, is the place for you and your partner if buffets scream your names!
As the restaurant gradually rotates a full circle to give you a panoramic view, make sure to also dig into the buffet spread. From Western selections to local favourites, the weekly-updated menu will keep you wanting more. Besides, what screams love more than stuffing your faces together with your favourite person in the world?
Opening Hours: Daily, 11.30am – 11pm
Address: TH 02, Menara Kuala Lumpur, No. 2, Jalan Punchak Off Jalan P. Ramlee, 50250 Kuala Lumpur
Fuego At Troika Sky Dining
If you and your Valentine are looking for something to excite your palates, the thoughtfully-developed fine dining menu at Fuego at Troika Sky Dining will deliver just that. It features South American cuisine with a twist, where you can find a selection of grilled meats and tapas.
Don’t let the minimal yet stylish design of the restaurant fool you, they’re big on flavours! And just as you’ll have a newfound fiery love for this place, we hope you’ll feel the same with your other half. After all, Fuego means ‘fire’ in Spanish!
Opening Hours: Daily for dinner service in 2 seatings – 1st seating, 6. 30pm to 8.30pm | 2nd seating, 8.30pm onwards.
Address: Level 23A, Tower B, The Troika,, 19 Persiaran KLCC, 50450 Kuala Lumpur
Calling out all the lovers out there, steak-lovers that is! From fine cuts of Wagyu and Angus beef in Marble 8, you’ll have a hard time deciding if you love your partner or your steak more. Accompanied by a view that is just as impressive, Marble 8’s design is elegant and luxurious.
Although it’s not the cheapest place in town, it’s worth it to splurge on the truly special person who’s been through the thick and thin with you. To make it an even more truly spectacular experience, make sure to make a reservation in advance to secure a seat by the floor-to-ceiling window.
Opening Hours: Daily, Lunch – 12pm to 2.30pm | Dinner – 7pm to 11pm
Address: Level 56, Petronas Tower 3, Persiaran KLCC, Kuala Lumpur
Dinner in the Sky
Take it up the next level by dining in the sky with bae and we bet you’ll be soaring high in cloud nine. A fine dining experience like no other, Dinner In The Sky is a one-of-a-kind restaurant which has the best of sightseeing and meal experience all wrapped in one. It certainly beats your usual rooftop bars or restaurants!
Choose from a menu of beef, chicken, fish, or vegetarian, all prepared by a professional chef. Get strapped in and feel yourself get lifted 50 metres off the ground with your legs dangling in the air. It’s the perfect opportunity to propose because your other half will have nowhere to run (we’re kidding, we’re kidding)!
Address: No 231, Jalan Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur
Heli Lounge Bar
During the day, the rooftop on the 36th floor of Menara KH is a fully operational helicopter landing pad and by evening, it transforms into Heli Lounge Bar. Unobstructed by walls or windows, you’ll witness a truly unique 360-degree view of the city’s skyline at this KL helipad bar.
Amidst the frenzy photo-snapping and posting Instagram stories, don’t forget to take a moment to admire the view. And by the view, we mean both the city skyline and your date!
Opening Hours: Monday – Wednesday, 5pm – 12 midnight | Thursday, 5pm – 2am | Friday & Saturday, 5pm – 3am| Sunday, 6pm – 12 midnight
Address: 34th Floor, Menara KH, Jalan Sultan Ismail, KL
As the sun sets, the swimming pool on the 33rd floor of Traders Hotel transforms into something of a centrepiece. On side of the pool is the bar and the other side contains sunken booths by the floor-to-ceiling windows.
Feel free to relax with your bae in your booth, as both of you enjoy the view of the city while sipping on your cocktails. The music and atmosphere vary on select nights, ranging from jazz to soft rock, pop hits and techno.
Opening Hours: Monday – Thursday & Sunday, 10am – 1am | Friday & Saturday, 10am – 3am
Address: Level 33, Traders Hotel Kuala Lumpur, Kuala Lumpur City Centre
Vertigo @ Banyan Tree
Perched on the 59th floor, Vertigo in Banyan Tree Kuala Lumpur is one of KL’s latest rooftop bar. In fact, it’s the tallest hotel rooftop bar in KL offering a stunning, uninterrupted panoramic view of the city.
Enjoy the view while sipping on one of their many Asian-inspired cocktails with the use of ingredients like pandan, gula Melaka and more. To go with your drinks, you can also order from their Asian-fusion tapas. One thing’s for certain, the view from Vertigo is a memorable one.
Opening Hours: Daily, 6pm – 1am
Address: Level 59, Banyan Tree Residence, 2, Jalan Conlay, Kuala Lumpur, 50450 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur
For the best of both worlds:
On the rooftop of Pacific Regency Hotel is one of KL’s most popular nightclubs, Luna Bar. This two-storey bar is made up of a restaurant on the upper floor overlooking the pool, while the floor below is an outdoor lounge and bar.
The background music playing at Luna Bar is pretty subdued and unobtrusive so you can chat with each other without having to shout. For that special person where time together never feels enough, Luna Bar is open all day so you can be generous with your time there.
Opening Hours: Sunday – Thursday, 11am – 1am | Friday & Saturday, 11am – 3am
Address: Pacific Regency Hotel Apartments, Menara Pan Global, Jalan Punchak, off Jalan P Ramlee, 50250 Kuala Lumpur
Well-known as one of the best fine dining spots in KL, THIRTY8’s sophisticated food and drinks menu will surely impress you. Savour some of the Chinese, Japanese and Western cuisine the city can offer and wash it all down with some eclectic cocktails and spirits.
As the name THIRTY8 suggests, it’s on the 38th floor of the Grand Hyatt and it’s designed with the same elegance and sophistication as the hotel. Its award-winning dining room, wine bar, and lounge will certainly make your Valentine that extra bit special.
Opening Hours: Daily, 6am – 11pm
Address: Level 38, Grand Hyatt, 12, Jalan Pinang, 50450 Kuala Lumpur
Marini’s on 57
Adjacent to the iconic twin towers is Petronas Tower 3, which is home to a restaurant and rooftop bar called Marini’s On 57. Not only will you find a spectacular Italian food menu, but the fine whisky and rare scotch bottles at the bar will call out your name too.
Step out into the outdoor area and you’ll be met with the sight of the twin towers so massive and impossibly close, it almost feels like you’ll be able to touch them. More than just a place to wine and dine, Marini’s On 57 is an experience worth sharing with someone special and it’s definitely a place worth saving up for.
Opening Hours: Monday – Thursday, 7pm – 11pm, Friday – Sunday, 6.30pm – 12 midnight
Address: Level 57, Menara 3 Petronas, Persiaran KLCC, Kuala Lumpur
Celebrate the love
While there are plenty of non-verbal ways to show your love to the special person in your life, it’s all about sharing the experience together. Let Klook be the cupid in your lives for more date ideas and travel inspirations with bae!
7 Sky Bar and Restaurants in KL with Spectacular Views of the City
Kuala Lumpur is a lively city with an abundance of amazing attractions and thrilling activities. It is also a thriving city that is filled with skyscrapers and tall buildings. Needless to say, the best way to truly enjoy the city is through a bird’s eye view!
If you are up for a dining experience that is out of the world (not literally!), there are a string of cool places you can visit in the city. From fancy restaurants to rooftop bars, you can find a wealth of these in KL!
Check out our top picks for memorable sky-dining experiences with spectacular views of the city:
via Atmosphere 360 on Facebook
Located at the tallest tower in Southeast Asia, Atmosphere 360 is the KL Tower’s signature restaurant. As the highest restaurant in the city, this place does not only provide scrumptious food to satisfy your palate. It also comes with a majestic view of the city’s skyline. On top of that, the floor revolves slowly to take you on a 360° ride!
Address: Menara Kuala Lumpur, No 2, Jalan Puncak, 50250 Kuala Lumpur
Contact: +603-2020 2121
Opening Hours: Daily, 11. 30 am – 10.00 pm
Place a reservation here!
Dinner in the Sky
via Dinner in the Sky Malaysia on Facebook
Taking your dining experience to another level (literally!), Dinner in The Sky will take you up in the clouds. A gravity-defying culinary adventure, this unique restaurant offers a stunning unobstructed view of KL. Indulge in a luxurious three-course meal while being strapped and lifted by a crane. Feel your legs dangling 50-meters off the ground – it’s like dining whilst riding at a theme park!
Address: 231, Jalan Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur
Contact: +603-2282 6413
Sunday, Tuesday – Thursday: 5.00 pm – 10.00 pm
Friday & Saturday: 5.00 pm – 11.30 pm
Closed on Monday
Book your Dinner in the Sky KL experience here!
Troika Sky Dining
via Fuego at Troika Sky Dining on Facebook
A combination of a rooftop and a paradise for food lovers, Troika Sky Dining houses 5 different rooftop restaurants and bars. Nestled in the heart of KL, this is a to-go place for elevated dining. One of the eateries here is Fuego, a South American restaurant with the best terrace and stunning view of the city.
Address: Level 23a, Tower B, The Troika, 19, Persiaran KLCC, 50450 Kuala Lumpur
Contact: +603-2162 0886
Sunday – Thursday: 6.00 pm – 12.00 am
Friday & Saturday: 6.00 pm – 2.00 am
Marini’s on 57
via Marini’s on 57
Not only a luxurious Italian restaurant; Marini’s on 57 is also a fantastic rooftop bar and a whiskey lounge. Shoot up to the 57th floor of the Petronas Tower 3, it gives you a close-up view of the massive twin towers. On top of that, it features floor-to-ceiling glass windows that will leave you an awe-inspiring view of the city.
Address: 57, Menara 3 Petronas, Persiaran KLCC, 50088 Kuala Lumpur
Contact: +603-2386 6030
Opening Hours: Daily, 5. 00 pm – 12.00 am
Heli Lounge Bar
via Helipad on Facebook
During the day, the rooftop on the 36th floor of Menara KH is a fully operational helicopter landing pad. By the evening, it transforms into Heli Lounge Bar. This extraordinary rooftop bar features a 360° magical view of the city centre – unobstructed by walls or windows! Visit for a drink during sunset and you will have one of the most picturesque memories in life.
Address: 34, Menara KH, Jalan Sultan Ismail, Bukit Bintang, 50450 Kuala Lumpur
Contact: +603-2110 5034
Sunday – Wednesday: 5.00 pm – 12.00 am
Thursday: 5.00 pm – 1.00 am
Friday & Saturday: 5.00 pm – 2.00 am
via Banyan Tree Malaysia
Perched on the 59th floor of Banyan Tree Kuala Lumpur, Vertigo is the latest addition to KL’s finest rooftop bars. In fact, it is the tallest hotel rooftop bar in KL offering a stunning, uninterrupted panoramic view of the city. Other than enjoying the view while sipping on your favourite cocktail, you also can indulge in fine-dining with the same amazing view at Horizon Grill – just one floor below the bar.
Address: Banyan Tree, Jalan Conlay, 50450 Kuala Lumpur
Contact: +603-2113 1822
Opening Hours: Daily, 5.00 pm – 10.00 pm
A luxurious bar in the city centre, SkyBar is one of the most well-known rooftop bars in KL. Located on the 33rd floor of Traders Hotel Kuala Lumpur, it features floor-to-ceiling glass windows with a majestic view of the nearby Petronas Twin Towers. This place is perfect for relaxing afternoon cocktails and more night-club vibes at night, with great music and a vibrant atmosphere.
Address: Traders Hotel Kuala Lumpur, Jalan Pinang, 50088 Kuala Lumpur
Contact: +603-2332 9888
Sunday – Thursday: 10. 00 am – 1.00 am
Friday & Saturday: 10.00 am – 3.00 am
Sharing a meal and drinks with family and friends, indulge in mouth-watering food, with stunning views of the city – what could have been better than these? For more amazing dining experience, check out KKday now!
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8 Rooftop Bars In KL For Cheap Drinks And Best City Views
Rooftop bars in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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Kuala Lumpur’s rooftop bars offer some of the best views in town, and that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Throw in swimming pools, shisha and cocktails and you’ve got yourself the perfect concoction for an unforgettable night.
If you’re tired of visiting the usual haunts like KLCC and Bukit Bintang, it’s time to check out these rooftop bars in KL:
Check out our other KL F&B articles here:
● New KL cafes
● Local-approved street food stalls
● Speakeasy bars
● Affordable eateries in Cheras
● Restaurants with best views
● Themed cafes
● Romantic restaurants
● Seafood restaurants
● Peranakan restaurants
1. Man Tao Bar – with infinity pool and liquid buffets
The indoor seating area features glass ceilings
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Be sure to bring your swimming costumes when you drop by Man Tao Bar – there’s an infinity pool which offers stunning views of the city and KL tower. Visit on Thursdays for free flow cocktails on Ladies Night. Alternatively, drop by on Fridays for free flow Gin and Saturdays for free flow Sangria at just RM88 ~S$29.20.
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Alternatively, order a glass of Tequila (RM25 ~S$8.30) or Red Wine (RM35 ~S$11.62). For bar bites, go for the Mantao Steam Buns on Rice or the Ayam Kunyit Rice Bowl for RM20 (~S$6.64). Man Tao Bar also offers a pool-side BBQ buffet on Sundays from 12pm-3pm at RM100 ~S$33.19 for 2 people.
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Address: 25, Jalan Kamunting, Chow Kit, 50300 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Opening hours: Thur-Sat: 6PM-12AM
Telephone: +60 3 2038 0000
2. Canopy Lounge by Tiger Bay – shisha bar
Image credit: Canopy Lounge Bar
Canopy Lounge by Tiger Bay is set amidst high rise buildings and offers an extensive menu of premium shishas priced at (RM90 ~S$29.87) – such as White Gummy Bear, and Pirates Cave which is a blend of flavours like lime and lemon tart.
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Alternatively, try their Mocktail Shisha Range (RM100 ~S$33.19) such as Cuban Mojito, or Pina Colada, a sweet creamy smoke.
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For drinks, opt for a Gin ‘N’ Pimms (RM40 ~S$13.27) or a Bloody Mary (RM37 ~S$12.28). End the night with desserts like Ferrero Rocher Waffles (RM35 ~S$11.62) and Strawberry Nutella Crepes (RM30 ~S$9.96).
Address: 183, Jalan Mayang, Kampung Baru, 50450 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Opening hours: Daily: 4PM-3AM
Telephone: +60 11 5139 8301
3. Heli Lounge Bar – sip cocktails on a helipad
Image credit: Heli Lounge Bar
Dine on a helipad at Heli Lounge Bar, which offers 360-degree views of the city skyline. Choose from a menu of drinks such as the rum-based Dine In The Air (RM30 ~S$9.96), Hellusion (RM30 ~S$9.96), a concoction of vodka and rum, or Chopper (RM25 ~S$8.30), made of vodka. Alternatively, knock back a pint of Heineken (RM36 ~S$11.95).
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It doesn’t matter whether you drop by during the day or night, because the views are gorgeous regardless. Plus, the affordably priced drinks make this bar well worth the visit.
Be treated to unobstructed views of the KL Tower
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Address: 34 Menara KH, Jalan Sultan Ismail, Bukit Bintang, 50450, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Opening hours: Mon-Wed, Sun: 5PM-12AM | Thur: 5PM-1AM | Fri-Sat: 5PM-1AM
Telephone: +60 3 2110 5034
4. Sky Bar at Traders – with swimming pool and nightly DJ sets
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Step into Sky Bar at Traders and the first thing you’ll notice is the lap pool dominating the centre. Feel free to take a dip while you enjoy music from the nightly DJ performances. Located 33 floors high, Sky Bar offers unobstructed views of the Petronas Towers.
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Grab a seat by the floor to ceiling windows and order their Signature Cocktails which are priced at RM 55 (~S$18.25), like Fig Sour, made of walnut and fig-infused bourbon or the East & Zest, a fruity vodka concoction. As for food, try their pizzas which come in large portions, such as Love Veggie (RM55, ~S$18.25) or Seafood Marinara (RM65, ~S$21.57).
Fig Sour, East & West, Love Veggie and Seafood Marinara Pizza
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Address: Traders Hotel, Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, Stall 7, Jalan Pinang, Kuala Lumpur City Centre, 50088 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Opening hours: Mon-Thur, Sun: 10AM-1AM | Fri-Sat:10AM-3AM
Telephone: +60 3 2332 9888
5. Fuego at Troika Sky Dining – open-air bar-restaurant
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Fuego is an open-air bar-restaurant at Troika Sky Dining offering a wide range of food and cocktails. We recommend dropping by right when it opens at 6pm for views of the sunset. You can choose from small plates like the Grilled King Prawn (RM30, ~S$9.96) or mains such as the Australian Grass Fed Rib-Eye (RM135, ~S$44.80) or Snapper Ceviche (RM 32, ~S$10.62).
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Sip on classics such as a Fuego Mojito (RM 44 ~S$14.60) or the Fuego Margarita (RM46 ~S$15.27). Alternatively, try their Feugo Pisco Sour (RM44 ~S$14.60), a piquant drink made of brandy and yuzu. Do note that a minimum spend of RM100 (~S$33.19) per person is required.
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Address: Level 23A, Tower B The Troika, 19, Persiaran KLCC, Kuala Lumpur, 50450 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Opening hours: Mon-Thur, Sun: 6PM-12AM | Fri-Sat: 6PM-1AM
Telephone: +60 3 2162 0886
6. Roofino Skydining and Bar – glasshouse-style
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Roofino Skydining and Bar is a glasshouse-style bar offering outdoor and indoor seating with views of rolling hills. It can get crowded at night, so make a reservation in advance, especially if you prefer to sit outside.
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Choose from mains like Black Angus Tenderloin (RM118 ~S$39.16) served with grilled eggplant or Smoked Duck Breast with Balsamic Glaze (RM32 ~S$10.62). For drinks, Mojito is on the menu at RM30 ~S$9.96.
Indoor seating area
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Address: 338, Jalan Tun Razak, Kampung Datuk Keramat, 55000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Opening hours: Mon-Fri: 11AM-12AM | Sat-Sun: 4PM-1AM
Telephone: +60 12-216 1634
7. The Swimming Club KL – weekly themed pool parties
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The Swimming Club KL is a newly opened rooftop bar with a swimming pool and neon signages of palm trees and waves that’ll make you feel like you’re in California. Keep your eyes peeled for weekly themed pool parties complete with DJs.
A splash of pink coats the walls and ceiling
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Loungers line the pool so you can get a good tan. Be sure to head to the bar to grab cocktails with a local twist such as Assam Boi Mojito and Kafir Lime Margarita. Fuel up with bar bites such as the Poolside Katsu Bun.
Lounge on their cushioned sofas that come in funky designs
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Snap a picture with their feature wall and grab the flamingo floaties available at the pool as your props
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Address: Level 11, The Kuala Lumpur Journal, No. 30 Jalan Beremi, Off Jalan Sultan Ismail, 50200 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Opening hours: Daily: 12PM-12AM
Telephone: +603 2110 2211
8. Marini’s On 57 – whiskey and cigar lounge
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At Marini’s On 57, you’ll be able to sip on drinks and enjoy views of the Petronas Tower above you through floor to ceiling windows. Try unique drinks such as Pandan Loves Truffle or Tiramisu Cocktail which are both rum infused concoctions priced at RM50 (~S$16.59). For the less adventurous, a regular Mojito (RM33 ~S$10.95) is also on the menu.
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You can also scoot over to their Whiskey and Cigar Lounge that’s dripping with class. Choose from favourites such as the Macallan 12 Years (RM48 ~S$15. 93) or Chivas Regal 12 Years (RM 30 ~S$9.96). Alternatively, opt for age-old whiskey bottles like the Glenfarclas 40 years.
Whiskey and Cigar Lounge
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If you’re hungry, munch on a Margherita Pizza or Mini Tacos with Shredded Beef Chunks, which are both priced at RM38 (~S$12.61).
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Address: 57 Menara 3 Petronas Persiaran, Kuala Lumpur City Centre, 50088 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Opening hours:Mon: 12AM-12PM, 7PM-11PM | Tue-Thur: 7PM-11PM | Fri: 6.30PM-12AM | Sat-Sun: 12AM-12PM | 6.30PM-12AM
Telephone: +60 3 2386 6030
Bars in Kuala Lumpur with best views
Arm yourself with this list and start planning your next weekend getaway to KL to visit these rooftop bars – you’ll enjoy a birds-eye view of this beautiful city from way up high.
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5 of the Best Cheap Rooftop Bars in 2019
Kuala Lumpur is the capital of Malaysia and home to a beautiful and vibrant skyline. One of the best ways to view it is at a rooftop bar that doesn’t cost a fortune.
The guide below provides pricing, location and business hours for our favorite cheap rooftop bars in Kuala Lumpur. All of the bars we suggest are in the range of RM 200 – 300 (50 75 USD) for a small meal and drinks for two.
1. Fuego, Troika Sky Dining @ The Troika, Persiaran KLCC
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Fuego, Troika Sky Dining is one of the most popular sky bars around Kuala Lumpur city. Its strategic location offers a great view of KL city. The view and quality of F&B here is none to second.
However, they are also one of the slightly pricier ones. Cocktails range from RM38-46 (excluding 10% service and 6% government tax). Desserts start from RM30 while the lowest food price is at RM28 for a guacamole.
Music is slow and not too loud. Thus, it is a good place for friends to catch up and enjoy the city’s view. Best to contact Fuego for reservations a week earlier as they seems to be always be full.
Opens daily : 6pm-10.30pm
2. Man Tao Bar @ The Stripes Hotel, Jalan Kamunting
View of Man Tau Bar. The image is taken from Flickr.
This bar is currently the most tranquil sky bar to enjoy the sunset as it is relatively new and not known to many. So, if you are in KL now or soon, grab the chance to visit this bar sky bar before it gets overcrowded. Prices are lower than Fuego for sure.
Patrons of Man Tao Bar informs that the cocktails here are mainly made with Chinese beer, Tsingtao. Next level of beer mixology can be found here. Does Man Tao Bar serve man tao (Chinese buns)? Yes, they do! As per their website:
“Enjoy cloud-like Chinese steamed buns with a variety of delicious filling best paired with Tsing Tao beer cocktail.”
Open from Tuesdays-Saturdays: 7pm-12am
3. Heli Lounge @ Menara KH, Jalan Sultan Ismail
Image by Sabrina Tan.
My all-time favourite sky bar in KL city! They definitely offer the best 360-degree view of KL city at the top of an actual helipad.
It is reasonably priced especially for a bottle of wine that permits entrance for 2 patrons. A bottle of wine is priced as low as RM180 (approx 50 USD). If you are only keen to get cocktails or some other drinks, it all starts from RM15 (approx. 4 USD). However, I do not suggest to try out their main meals there. Their food is not up to my expectations.
Remember to call in for a reservation if you would like to guarantee a seat as it is uber popular even among locals thanks to its reasonable prices. You can either call (+60 3-2110 5034) or drop them a message on Facebook to make your reservations.
Friday & Saturday: 5pm-3am
4. Canopy Rooftop Lounge & Bar @ Jalan Mayang, Kampung Baru
Image from Canopy Rooftop Lounge.
Canopy may not be a sky-high kind of sky bar but it is the one and only rooftop bar where you can enjoy KLCC Twin Towers view with shisha. The average cost for 2 people here is RM100 which is 25 USD.
They have self-proclaimed to be the best cocktails and shisha lounge. I support this self-proclamation as I enjoyed their cocktails better than any of the other sky bars.
The only rooftop bar that offers you shisha, alcohol, food and plays dance music. Image from Canopy Rooftop Lounge.
For a sweet cocktail, try out their Paloma which is a tequila cocktail.
5. Skybar @ Traders Hotel, KLCC
By Renek78 (Own work) via Wikimedia Commons.
Traders Hotel is right opposite the KLCC Twin Towers and thus, offers you a great view of the twin towers from its sky bar. Within the sky bar is the hotel’s swimming pool!
So, in this sky bar, you can enjoy your drinks while you swim as long as it is before 7 pm. Swimming pool section closes off at 7 pm but the area is open until 3 am.
Skybar is not as cheap as no.2,3 nor 4 and price is relatively comparable to Fuego. However, if all you are looking for is a sky bar for a great view, swimming pool, dance area and great music, this will be the place to go to.
There is a small dance area in between the DJ console is the swimming pool. Be careful not to get drunk here or risk falling into the swimming pool. *Jokes*
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Rooftop & Sky-High Restaurants With A View In Kuala Lumpur
Surprise your significant other with a meal at a sky-high restaurant or take the experience to greater heights at a rooftop restaurant. Choice is yours at these 11 restaurants in Klang Valley which provides breathtaking views of the city.
1. Master Room, One City
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Where most sky-high or rooftop eateries tend to be the classy sort, Master Room is more of a casual restaurant, perfect for families with kids too. Overlooking the entire Subang Jaya neighbourhood, Master Room is an ideal place to head to in order to conquer your fear of heights. Why? There’s a see-through glass flooring that you can walk across to experience some serious death-defying feels, as you’re 10 floors off the ground!
Master Room, One City
Hours: Monday-Saturday: 4pm–1am, Sunday: 4pm-12am
Address: RF06, Roof Top, Sky Park One City, Jalan USJ25/1A, 47650 Subang Jaya
Tel: 03-5033 0032
2. Thirty8 @ Grand Hyatt Hotel
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Find yourself 38 floors above the ground as you step foot in Thirty8, a fine dining restaurant overlooking KLCC and the entire city centre. Whether you’re here for an anniversary dinner, a business meeting or just a chill get together with the lads, you can take in the view while sipping on some bubbly. Thirty8’s dress code is smart casual and they take their guests’ attire seriously whereby it’s strictly no bermudas, slippers, sandals and singlet/sleeveless tops for the gents.
Thirty8 @ Grand Hyatt Hotel
Hours: 6am-11pm, daily
Address: Grand Hyatt, 12, Jalan Pinang, 50450 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03-2182 1234
3. Inaho Sushi
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Located at One City Skypark, Inaho Sushi is 10 floors above the ground and is surrounded with greenery. You can opt to be seated indoors to enjoy an authentic Japanese meal. After you’re done dining, you can head outdoors to enjoy views of the Subang skyline and walk across the see-through glass flooring. Inaho Sushi does not have a specific dress code and is suitable for families with kids as well.
Hours: 12–2:30pm, 6–11pm, daily
Address: RF04, Roof Top, Sky Park Jalan USJ25/1A,,, One City, 47100 Subang Jaya
Tel: 03-5115 0169
4. Tanzini, G Tower
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Tanzini Restaurant is located on the 28th floor of G Tower KL and you can anticipate modern European cuisine while here. The award-winning restaurant prides itself on premium quality ingredients and is a big advocate of the fresh food movement whereby dishes are from farm to table. Opt to sit outdoors on the couch, though the view from inside the restaurant is pretty breathtaking too.
Tanzini, G Tower
Hours: Monday-Saturday: 11:30am–2:30pm, 6:30pm–10:30pm. Closed on Sundays.
Address: G Tower, 199, Jalan Tun Razak, Kuala Lumpur, 50450 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03-2168 1899
5. Gobo Upstairs, Traders Hotel
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Gobo Upstairs is located at Traders Hotel and it comprises of a bar and a restaurant. They specialise in European cuisine and some of the must-tries include the Lobster Bisque and Foie Gras. Past guests have raved about Gobo Upstairs’ excellent service, coupled with a great view of KLCC and the KL city centre.
Gobo Upstairs, Traders Hotel
Hours: 11:30am–2:30pm, 6:30pm–10:30pm, daily. Closed on weekends.
Address: Impiana KLCC Hotel & Spa, Kuala Lumpur, Jalan Pinang, Kuala Lumpur City Centre
Tel: 03-2332 9888
6. Signature By The Hill, Bandar Utama
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Signature By The Hill is an eatery under an award-winning brand called The Roof, which has scored awards like, “Best Marketed Restaurant”, “Most Innovative Cuisine” and “Most Creative Restaurant Station”. Signature is best known for its signature cocktails and contemporary cuisine and they are also known to host visiting chefs every now and then. On top of that, Signature organises cooking classes, weekend brunches and themed parties as well.
Signature By The Hill
Hours: Monday- Friday: 11:30am–2:30pm, 5pm–2am, Saturday-Sunday: 5pm-2am
Address: Sky Level, 1, First Avenue, Bandar Utama, 47800 Petaling Jaya
Tel: 03-8605 3388
7. Cantaloupe, Jalan Binjai
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Cantaloupe’s dining space was designed by Melbourne interior designers, Paul Hecker and Hamish Guthrie who go under the name Hecker Guthrie. They’re the same team of designers who’ve designed buildings all throughout Australia, Singapore and Hong Kong. But beyond the beautiful architecture, what guests come here for is the view of KLCC park and the Twin Towers and Chef Christian Bauer’s famed dishes.
Cantaloupe, Jalan Binjai
Hours: Monday-Friday: 12–2pm, 6:30pm–10:30pm, Saturday-Sunday: 6.30pm-10.30pm
Address: The Troika, Persiaran KLCC, Kuala Lumpur, 50450 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03-2162 0886
8. Heli Lounge & Bar, Jalan Sultan Ismail
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Mention rooftop dining and Heli Lounge & Bar would be one of the first few to come to mind. Heli Lounge & Bar is a helicopter pad which transforms into a rooftop bar with a portable drink station by evening. Find yourself 36 floors above the ground and take in the views of KL Tower. Spend the day shopping at Pavilion KL and then take a 5-minute walk over to this rooftop bar by evening. Do come earlier to enjoy a sunset view with some drinks in hand.
Heli Lounge & Bar, Jalan Sultan Ismail
Hours: Sunday: 6pm-11pm, Monday-Wednesday: 5pm-12am, Thursday: 5pm-2am, Friday: 5pm-3am
Address: Bukit Bintang 34th Floor, Menara KH, Jalan Sultan Ismail, Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03-2110 5034
9. Malt & Leaf
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If cigars and whiskies are your kinda thing, you’d appreciate Malt & Leaf, a restaurant housing a library of single malts and cigars from around the world. Malt & Leaf has a stylish ambiance, perfect for those who enjoy the finer things in life. Located at the Sky Level of First Avenue in Bandar Utama, you can enjoy your whiskies and cigars while taking in the view of Petaling Jaya at the same time.
Malt & Leaf
Hours: 6pm-3am, daily
Address: 1, First Avenue, Bandar Utama, 47800 Petaling Jaya
Tel: 017-908 5766
10. Nobu KL
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Nobu is a worldwide franchise with over 32 locations, including KL. Nobu, located on Level 56 of the Petronas KLCC tower, brings about contemporary Japanese cuisine with South American flavours with set lunch promos and high tea sessions during weekend afternoons. The dress code at Nobu is smart casual and to whet your appetite, check out Nobu’s full menu here.
Nobu Kuala Lumpur
Hours: Monday-Friday: 12pm-2pm, 6pm-10.30pm, Saturday-Sunday: 6pm-10.30pm
Address: Level 56, Menara 3 Petronas, Persiaran KLCC, Kuala Lumpur City Centre
Tel: 03-2164 5084
11. Marinis on 57
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Marinis on 57 is an Italian restaurant which is located on the 57th floor, making it one of the highest sky-high restaurants in KL. Marinis prides itself on Italian fare comprising of artisan-made pastas, seafood air-flown in from Italy and an extensive wine list. As for the rooftop bar, it is manned by award-winning mixologists who are ever ready to cater to your request for customised cocktails.
Marinis on 57
Hours: Monday-Thursday: 7pm-11pm, Friday-Sunday: 6.30pm-12am
Address: Level 57, Menara 3 Petronas, Persiaran KLCC, 50088 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03-2386 6030
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Rooftop bars in KL | Outlets
Never mind KL’s hot and humid weather or the risk of sudden downpours. Here are sixteen rooftop bars to see dazzling city lights from on high with a drink (or two) in hand.
KL City Centre
Cielo Sky Dining and Lounge
Kuala Lumpur’s latest rooftop addition is Cielo, a dining spot that serves up both good food and a great selection of drinks. The restaurant is home to a good selection of wines (both red and white), champagne, cocktails, liqueur, beers, spirits, coffee, and tea. You’ll want to try the Birdy cocktail, a signature of the bar’s, that consists of blueberry, gin and Cava. You’ll also be given a digestif that tastes like asamboi vodka at the reception before you’re welcomed to the restaurant upstairs. Don’t worry if there is a downpour, the retractable glass roof cover will block out the strongest wind and rain without losing the view of the city.
Address: VIDA Bukit Ceylon – 23-01, 1D Jalan Ceylon, 50200 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Telephone: +603 2022 1798 / +6012 3655 059
Operating Hours: Closed on Mondays. Tue – Sun: 6pm – 1am; Fri & Sat: 6pm – 2am
[Photo: Cielo KL]
Probably the most dangerous rooftop bar in KL. Located on the helipad of Menara KH (which is among 5 in KL), the rooftop area has no barrier to fend off anyone who wants to attempt a Spiderman act. Not that we encourage it. But this is also one of the best spots to watch the sunset. Drinks are the usual affair of beer, spirits and cocktails. Happy hour(s) is 6-9pm daily and Ladies Night is on Thursdays. Dress code applies.
Address: Level 37, Menara KH, Jalan Sultan Ismail, 50250 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Telephone: +603 2110 5034
Operating Hours: Mon – Thu: 5pm – 1am; Fri – Sat: 5pm – 3am
[Photo: Heli Lounge]
Luna Bar (Under renovation from 15 February to 31 May 2020)
One of the most established rooftop bars in KL, Luna has a bird’s eye view of the KL city centre. Hands down, the most comprehensive view of the city. Sitting atop Pacific Regency, the bar is a favourite venue for the fashionable urbanites and well-heeled yuppies drawn to this romantic enclave. There is a huge pool right at the centre; unfortunately you’re not allowed to take a dip. The bar is chic and the interior is all around classy. Sure, on a weekend you’ll find the space packed with glamorous (read: showy) party-goers but they’ve got quite a decent drink list and nice nibbles. If you don’t want to crash with the masses, make the mission mid-week for a low-key drink and you’ll have a much better time admiring the spectacular views.
Address: Pacific Regency Hotel Suites – 34th Floor, Jalan Punchak, Off Jalan P. Ramlee, 50250 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Telephone: +603 2332 7777
Operating Hours: Sun – Thu: 11am – 1am; Fri – Sat: 11am – 3am
[Photo: Pacific Regency Hotel Suites]
Man Tao Bar
Man Tao Bar is located at the very top of Hotel Stripes KL. It’s chic, the upscale vibe is offset by its casual and laid-back cocktail menu that uses tropical ingredients. The bar also offers modern versions of the man tao bun, served in sharing portions or as tid bit snacks. It’s the perfect location to sit back, relax and enjoy the gorgeous view of downtown KL.
Address: Hotel Stripes Kuala Lumpur – 25, Jalan Kamunting, Chow Kit, 50300 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Telephone: +603 2038 0000
Operating Hours: Tue – Sat: 6pm – 12am
[Photo: Stripes Hotel]
Marini’s on 57
Perched on the 57th floor of Petronas Tower 3, Marini’s on 57 is the highest-level bar standing in KL. This KL’s sophisticated drinking scene is downright swanky: High-ceiling, spacious seating and floor-to-ceiling glass walls. Entrance to the bar is near Mandarin Oriental Hotel. Arrive at sunset to relish the full experience with a dazzling view of the Twin Towers and breath-taking sunset. The close proximity to the Twin Towers will make you feel rather surreal. While it is not the cheapest place to drink, if you are here early, happy hours go from 4pm to 9pm. A refined spot to chill-out and relax, the elegance of the venue is also perfect to impress your guests.
Address: Menara 3 Petronas – Level 57, Persiaran KLCC 50088 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Telephone: +603 2161 2880
Operating Hours: Sun – Thu: 5pm – 1.30am; Fri – Sat: 5pm – 3am
[Photo: Marini’s on 57]
A backpackers haven, the hostel chain runs a rooftop bar for its clientele that serves booze at competitive prices. A place to meet people from all around the world.
Address: 53, Jalan Tun H.S Lee, 50000 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Telephone: +603 2072 6887
Operating Hours: Always
[Photo: Raggae Mansion]
Already a local institution and a solid selection amongst tourists, SkyBar’s overwhelming popularity lies in a simple formula: stunning Twin Towers view. Book a cabana and you’ll get the perfect view when the towers light up. The sleek bar, lip-smacking cocktails and top-notch DJs enhance the up-scale and trendy ambience here. Come with an open mind as the place is usually swarmed with tourists who are busy taking pictures. Reservations are recommended.
Address: Traders Hotel – Level 33, Traders Hotel KL, 50088 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Telephone: +603 2332 9911
Operation Hours: Sun – Thu: 10am – 1 am; Fri – Sat: 10am – 3am
[Photo: Traders KL]
EQ reintroduces the chic and modern Sabayon and Blue (reincarnations of their original stalwarts Chalet and Blue Moon). Sabayon with contemporary European cuisine and an artisanal Malaysian touch; while Blue is a moody speakeasy lounge – one of the highest in KL – with a live band in the indoor bar and a live DJ at the outer deck. The bartenders can create bespoke cocktails, classics, or even the bar’s signature Smoked Negroni or the Blue Moon. Reservations are encouraged and the upscale-casual dress code is strongly enforced.
Address: EQ, Equatorial Plaza, Jalan Sultan Ismail, 50250 Kuala Lumpur
Telephone No.: +603 2789 7800
Operation time: BLUE: Mon – Sun: 5pm – 1am; SABAYON: Mon – Sat: 6pm – 11pm (last order 10pm)
Above a 2-level music and club style entertainment space is the rooftop terrace with 360 degrees view of KL City. Le Noir is a venue in Trec KL that provides multi-level entertainment and live music where you can spend the whole night with different experiences and be satisfied with the options given. Have dinner while listening to live music on the ground floor, adjourn one level up for dancing and DJs, and up to the rooftop for a chill out atmosphere with cocktails.
Address: Unit H-G-07, The Hive, TREC, Jalan Tun Razak, 55000 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Telephone: +603 2110 4331
Operating Hours: Sun – Thu: 5pm – 3am; Fri – Sat: 5pm – 5am
[Photo: Le Noir]
A fancy venue occupying two floors. The rooftop bar and lounge has a state of the art sound system and backdrop aimed at glam events such as fashion show and product launches. Have their signature Bloody Mary by their infinity pool and sink into their poolside cabanas, star gaze with a nightcap or dress to impress in their classy lounge.
Address: St. Regis Kuala Lumpur – No 6 Jalan Stesen Sentral 2, Kuala Lumpur Sentral, 50470 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Phone: +603 2727 1111
Operating Hours: Daily: 11am – Midnight
[Photo: St. Regis KL]
This rooftop bar comes with a pool and is located at the top floor of Aloft Hotel at KL Sentral. Get a view over Brickfields and the new development of hotels and offices below. KLCC Twin Towers are within sight. It’s a breezy spot so if your hairstyle is a concern, stay indoors by the bar and where games are available at every table. Expect blue and red neon lights surrounding the bar and a dance floor. The pool is open only to the hotels guests. Happy hour is 5-9pm daily with drinks from RM18++ onwards.
Address: Aloft KL – No. 5 Jalan Stesen Sentral, 50470 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Telephone: +603 2723 1188
Operating Hours: Sun – Thu: 12pm – 12am; Fri – Sat: 12pm – 2am
[Photo: Aloft KL]
Mantra Bar KL
The only space in Bangsar with a view overlooking Bangsar and beyond. It is located on top of Bangsar Village II Shopping Mall and a place to unwind if you want to stay away from the crowds on Telawi Street. The indoor and outdoor areas of the bar provide a variety of seating and standing options. There are tall tables and chairs indoors for food, and lounging sofas for drinks. You can sit at the bar to watch your cocktails being made, lean against the bar top outdoors to take in the skyline, or head over to their comfortable lounging chairs on the alfresco dining deck for the view while sipping your drinks (or for nap, if you wish). Cocktails here are with a local touch. Try their house infused spirits and modern play on the classic favourites.
Address: Bangsar Village II, Jalan Telawi Satu, Bangsar Baru 59100, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Telephone: +6017 344 8299
Operating Hours: Mon – Thu: 4.30pm – 1.30am; Fri – Sat: 4.30pm – 3am
[Photo: Mantra Bar KL]
Vogue Lounge KL
Like stepping into the supremely chic pages of a Vogue magazine, Vogue Lounge is the new place to be seen in. In partnership with Condé Nast, the fashionably sophisticated lounge and bar occupies the 38th floor of Menara SuezCap in Bangsar South. The whole concept includes a main dining area that focuses on a fusion of Japanese and French cuisine, lounge, cocktail bar, wine cave, and rooftop garden. Be expected to dress up to match the surroundings – smart casual and easy glam is the recommended dress code – so throw on that something special you’ve always wanted to wear, and pay this gem a visit.
Address: Level 38 & Rooftop, Menara SuezCap 1, Jalan Kerinchi Kiri, Pantai Dalam, 59200 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur
Telephone No.: +6016 665 5984, +603 27711530 / 1531
Operation time: Tues – Thurs, Sun: 5pm – 1am; Fri – Sat: 5pm – 2am; Closed on Monday
Part of the group of 5 outlets at The Roof, Stratosphere is at the rooftop of First Avenue in Bandar Utama. The helipad turned bar offers an unobstructed 360 degrees view of the Klang Valley. It is decorated with padded grass, modern simplistic outdoor furniture and neon-lit cube chairs. The luxury bar provides a flexible space for props and setups which is popular for weddings, events and launches. When there is no event, patrons can have a tipple and feel on top of the world under the night sky. Stratosphere’s website claims that the space is an ideal setting for the affluent and sophisticated trendsetters. Might want to check dress code before going.
Address: The Roof – First Avenue, Bandar Utama, 47800 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia.
Telephone No: +603 7726 1588
Operation Time: Sun – Tue, Thu: 5pm – 2am; Wed, Fri – Sat: 5pm – 3am
Loft-restaurant On the Roof in the Svita Hall shopping center (on Bauman street, on the Tukay Square metro station)
Rooftop Loft Restaurant is
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you can have a nice time with friends or just really relax after
working days – and our first-class bartenders and a range of spirits will be happy to help you with this. They will advise you on the options for strong drinks that you will definitely like! You only need to inform the desired degree and taste, composition or manufacturer.In our wine list, we offer a wide selection of table and dessert wines from different grape varieties.
Our place is also a grill bar and
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using special technology, so they
will retain their taste and be imbued with a light aroma.
on the roof
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In the warm season, it is better to be outdoors more often. And not only
walk, but also have a snack.
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Special dishes invented by our chef will surprise and delight
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organized a business lunch,
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90,000 Overview of high-rise bars and restaurants in Kuala Lumpur – Russian guide in Kuala Lumpur
So, my dear tourists, I bring to your attention an overview of high-rise bars and restaurants from a Russian guide in Kuala Lumpur. It is no secret that when visiting another metropolis, many of you want to enjoy a magnificent view and, at the same time, have a tasty meal. In our glorious city there are many skyscrapers, Kuala Lumpur is very famous for this! And on the top floors, and sometimes on the roofs of many of them, there are wonderful bars and restaurants.With regret, I saw that there is not a single sensible overview of these places in Russian on the Internet. I want to correct this annoying misunderstanding, especially considering that I myself have a weakness for high-rise restaurants and during my own travels I always try to visit such places. So, let’s start with establishments that offer open areas, which are especially valuable for amateur and professional photographers. It’s no secret that it is difficult to photograph normally through glass, and even at night.
Highlights common to almost all high-rise restaurants in KL – dress code .Do not wear shorts, flip flops, T-shirts, etc. I advise you to dress in a casual style. No one asks you for tuxedos and suits, but pants and closed-toe sneakers are highly desirable and sometimes required.
The second important point is weather conditions. If it is raining outside, some outdoor areas may not be available. Nothing prevents you from refusing a reservation at such an establishment or postponing a visit to a restaurant later. In most cases, all high-rise open-air restaurants also have indoor air-conditioned and rain-protected areas.
Overview of high-rise bars and restaurants in Kuala Lumpur.
Vertigo Bar @ Banyan Tree Kuala Lumpur 59 Floor
Horizon Grill @ Banyan Tree Kuala Lumpur 58 Floor
Address – 59th floor, Banyan Tree Residence, 2, jalan Conlay
Tel : +603 2113 1822
Opening hours – from Monday to Sunday 18.00 to 24.00
Dress code – until 20.00 you can wear shorts and casual, after 20.00 men need to wear pants and closed shoes
Kitchen – bar and snacks.
This is the tallest bar in Malaysia with a stunning outdoor terrace with a view of about 300 degrees. From here, a stunning view of the Twin Towers, the TV Tower and all the main skyscrapers of the city opens up. The most important thing is that climbing here does not require any deposit or mandatory amount spent – it is enough to order something, especially before 21.00, when the bulk of the visitors arrives. A great place to see the sunset, for example, which we usually have from 19.30 to 20.00 throughout the year. Watch on the Internet in advance the exact time of sunset for your date.
You do not need to book tables, but if you want not just to have a cocktail and take pictures of the views, but just sit at a table and order snacks, you will have to spend the obligatory amount of more than $ 350.
I highly recommend this place as a very high quality but budget alternative to dinner at a restaurant on TV. Just once again I will repeat myself for important occasions and this place is not suitable as a tasty and hearty dinner.
Except for a meal on the floor below at the excellent Horizon Grill on the 58th floor, but with a view through the glass. This is a gourmet restaurant and the prices there are appropriate, and the portions are most likely not large, but for the well-off tourists or for whatever reason, you can afford it. Curiously, the restaurant on the 58th floor is open from 6.30 to 10.30, from 12.00 to 15.00 and from 18.30 to 22.30, so you can have breakfast, lunch or dinner here with a stunning view of the city. This is an important point, because apart from the restaurant on the 38th floor at the Hyatt Hotel, no one serves breakfast in a city with panoramic views from such a breathtaking height.Keep in mind.
Heli Lounge Bar
Address – 34th floor, Menara KH, jalan Sultan Ismail
Tel : +603 2110 5034 or +6012 317 0925
Opening hours – Sunday to Wednesday 17.00 to 24.00, Thursday from 17.00 to 1.00 am, Friday and Saturday from 17.00 to 2.00 am.
This restaurant is located on the 34th floor of a high-rise building in the center of Kuala Lumpur, but its main feature is that the restaurant has a bar on the roof of a skyscraper and, in fact, this is a real helipad! Climbing there takes the stairs and you find yourself directly on the roof – without walls and fences.A fresh breeze caresses your face and you feel like the King of the city. This feeling is not comparable to the feeling in a restaurant on the famous Kuala Lumpur TV Tower. This is much cooler, albeit lower by itself. Above, there is a stunning view of the famous Twin Towers and the TV Tower. And also for the whole city shining in lights. In case the weather turns bad, you can go downstairs to the 34th floor.
Important nuances and moments, before going up to the roof, you will be forced to make an order in the restaurant on the 34th floor.The restaurant has a dress code – no shorts and slippers! And when booking a table, specify the conditions – on different days, especially on Friday-Saturday – it is often required to spend at least 150 ringit per person, especially if you plan to arrive later than 21.00. Well, go ahead – enjoy the views!
A la carte cuisine, nothing super special, average portions, western food, solid and tasty. Main courses are only served in the lounge on the 34th floor, please keep this in mind. But in such places you yourself understand the main thing, this is the view.
Fuego Restaurant by Troika Sky dining
Address – Floor 23A, Tower B, The Troika, 19, Persiaran KLCC
Tel – +603 2162 0886 http://www.troikaskydining.com/fuego/
Opening hours Mon – Sun, 6.30 pm until 20.30 and from 20.30 to 22.30 Last order at 22.30 You can sit until 0.00. And on Friday and Saturday – until 1 am.
The next high-rise restaurant in my review with an open area is the Fuego restaurant of Peruvian and South American cuisine, comfortably located on the 23A (this is the 24th) floor of a high-rise building with some Russian name Troika.There really are three towers – A, B and C. You – to tower B. On the 23A floor there are three more restaurants of different cuisines, but it is Fuego that has a magnificent open terrace with a beautiful frontal view of the famous Twin Towers without windows and glass.
The restaurant serves alcohol and offers fine Peruvian cuisine. I especially recommend ceviche and guacamole! I really like pies – arepas. Well it all goes with the Mexican Corona beer. Table reservations are required. The place is very popular.Dress code – pants and closed shoes for men, closed shoes for women – even sneakers and jeans, but just not slippers!
Roofino Skydining @ Bar
Address – 34th floor, Menara Trillion KL, 338, jalan Tun Razak, Kampung Datuk Keramat
Opening hours – Monday – Friday from 11.00 to 0.00, Saturday and Sunday from 16.00 to 1.00
Telephone – +6012 216 16 34 mobile
On the 34th floor of a brand new Trillion high-rise building, the next in our review high-rise bar-restaurant with a beautiful open terrace has recently been perfectly located.The restaurant has good international cuisine and a good selection of spirits. It is advisable to arrive before 21.00 – there are happy hours with discounts on beer and cocktails. When you call and book a table, you can check if there are any special offers. The dress code is the same as in all high-rise restaurant bars. The view is decent, but one Tower slightly covers the other. Nobody forced me to order for any amount – they took pizza and two beers for the promotion. I left 20-25 dollars, I don’t remember exactly.But it was delicious and the view was wonderful.
Deep Blue rooftop bar.
Address – 51 floor, Face Platinum suites, jalan Sultan Ismail
Opening hours – Mon – Thu 11.00 – 1.00; Fri – Sat 11.00 – 3.00;
Sun 11.00 – 1.00
Phone – +603 2168 1671
The newest high-rise restaurant-bar, located on the 51st floor of the popular Face Platinum apart-hotel, offers you a stunning view of both the Twin Towers and the TV Tower.Access to it goes through the famous rooftop pool – the best view pool in the city. So you will have a great opportunity to arrange a wonderful photo shoot without glasses and glare. From the bar itself, views through the glass, but you will have access to open areas. A huge plus of this place is that it starts working at 11 in the morning. The overwhelming majority of species restaurants and bars are evening – night. This is probably the only open high-rise bar in the central part of Kuala Lumpur, which can be visited almost in the morning and 7 days a week.
There is also a Sky Bar at the Traders Hotel, but it gives a view through the glass. I will describe it below.
Man Tao Bar in Stripes Hotel
Address – Hotel Stripes Kuala Lumpur, 25, jalan Kamunting
Opening hours – Tuesday – Saturday 18.00 to 0.00
A wonderful new hotel in a cozy area of the central part of the city. Not a high-rise bar, like the previous ones in my review, but the place is original and has not yet entered even the English-language reviews of high-rise restaurants.Such an exclusive to himself. The bar is located on the roof of a not-so-tall, brand-new hotel and provides an excellent view of the TV Tower and the central part of the city without windows or glass. It seems to me that this is more important and more valuable than the glass bars and restaurants located on the 30th floors and above. Plus, there are always some promotions and special offers for alcohol, which is usually rarely found in promoted high-altitude places. On the menu, there are just snacks for alcohol, the place is not for gourmets, but cute, original and not too crowded.
Rooftop bar on 31-st floor in Ibis Hotel Kuala Lumpur.
I can recommend this place for budget tourists who want to enjoy the view of the business part of Kuala Lumpur, skyscrapers and Twin Towers and spend a minimum of money, or even completely free of charge. To do this, you will arrive at the Ibis Hotel Kuala Lumpur after 16.00. Sit comfortably in the elevator and go up to the 31st floor – you do not need a room key for this. Go to the bar. There is also an open terrace where you can smoke and take a beautiful photo without glass.You can order a cocktail or beer for decency. From 16.00 to 20.00 there is a special offer buy 1 free 1. That is, buying one beer or cocktail you get the second one for free. There was such a promotion at the time of September 2019. If suddenly it does not exist – do not blame me. You don’t need to book anything in advance. There are large screens for broadcasting sports events, so keep in mind that the institution is open until at least 22.00. Perhaps until a later time.
Now I turn to the iconic and famous high-rise bars and restaurants with a great view, but through the glass windows.
Sky Bar in Traders Hotel.
Address – 33rd Floor, KLCC, Traders Hotel
Opening hours – 10.00 – 1.00 and on Fridays and Saturdays until 3.00 am
The iconic and probably the most famous high-rise bar in Kuala Lumpur is located on the 33rd floor of the Traders Hotel. The hotel itself is also famous for its views of the iconic Twin Towers. Many people live in it for this stunning frontal view.
The bar itself has a pool and you can swim in it until 18.00. I highly recommend this place exactly until 18.00. Here’s the truth. There are almost no people, the daytime view is also magnificent, but there are only two high-rise bars in the city that work in the morning – there is also the Face Platinum hotel – I wrote above. That is, in the evening you already have a huge selection of places with a beautiful high-altitude view, but in the afternoon what you need. Perfect for those who have a hotel without a pool and who want to combine admiring the views of Kuala Lumpra with a refreshing swim in the pool.
With regard to food, the choice is not great – snacks for cocktails and alcohol are simple, but solid.In the evening, especially on peak days – Friday and Saturday – there are a lot of people and there can be no privacy. There is also no pre-booking service – whoever came first sat at the window. There is a waiting list. That is, if all the seats at the window with a view are occupied, you are seated at a table in the back, and as soon as space at the window becomes free, you are transplanted.
There is no dress code until 6 pm, which is also very important. The pricing policy is of course high. A glass of beer costs about $ 8, cocktails about the same.Medium quality cappuccino – obviously taken from the restaurant on the 5th floor. In short, a place for a couple of photos and a glass. Well, take a dip, since there is a shower and you can put yourself in order after the pool and change clothes.
THIRTY 8 Restaurant in Grand Hyatt KL
Address – 38th Floor, Grand Hyatt Hotel, jalan Penang
Opening Hours – Breakfast – 6.00 – 10.30 Lunch – 12.00 – 15.00 Afternoon Tea – 15.00 – 17.00 Dinner 18.00 – 23.00
Reservation Phone – +603 2182 12134
An excellent and not cheap restaurant with a beautiful view of the Twin Towers and the entire central KLSS area is perfect for both VIPs and mid-budget travelers.Here you can celebrate an important event or just have a tasty meal. The cuisine is predominantly Chinese and European. There is a huge selection of alcohol and desserts. Probably the only stunning high-altitude place where you can meet the sunrise and combine it with breakfast. The view goes through the glass, but it’s still beautiful. Even if you do not live at the Hyatt Hotel, you can easily come here to have breakfast and pay on the spot. This offer is especially suitable for you if you have an early arrival and have not yet been accommodated in your hotel, but you have already left your things at the reception and are free as the wind.After a hard night flight, you don’t really have the strength to wander around the city, and it’s time for lunch and you could eat. Breakfasts cost around $ 25 and are as good as dinner. A great option. Moreover, the dress code is only after 18.00. So your shorts in the afternoon or in the morning will not embarrass anyone.
Marini’s on 57
Address – Menara 3 Petronas, Persiaran KLCC
Opening hours – 17.00 -1.30
Reservation phone – +603 2161 2880
Another iconic restaurant located right next to the Twin Towers in the so-called third tower on the dizzying 57th floor.This is a highly respected and respectable place that requires a dress code. No flip flops, shorts, etc. Trousers and closed shoes for men and closed shoes for women. You can easily go up to the bar and order a couple of drinks, especially since there are discounts on alcohol until 20.00 and the prices are not shocking at all. If you want to visit a restaurant, then you should make a reservation and there is a certain amount that you agree to spend. Approximately USD 100 equivalent. Italian cuisine restaurant. My clients spoke well of the food at this place.
So a visit to this institution can be in the format of a detailed meeting with partners, friends, family gatherings or celebrating an important event, or in the format of a simple couple of cocktails and great photos for Instagram)).
Stratosphere at The Roof
Address – The Roof, 1 First Avenue, Bandar Utama, Petaling Jaya
Opening hours – Wednesday – Saturday from 20.00 to the last customer
But this place is suitable for those wishing to admire the view of the city, as it were, from the side.You won’t find this place in many reviews, but it is my pleasure to present you with a high-rise restaurant in the trendy suburb of Kuala Lumpur. This is the Bandar Utama area, next to the respectable residential area Damansar Perdana . Firstly, there is a huge shopping mall next to this place, where you can shop wonderfully with both expensive and democratic brands; secondly, it is an opportunity to see how people live in the suburbs of Kuala Lumpur on the way there; thirdly, from the height of the establishment, a view of the city from the side and a 360-degree view opens up.This is definitely not the same view as from the city center. Fourth, you can get there not only by taxi or Grab, but also by metro – the new MRT line, Bandar Utama station. And you can get an MRI, for example, at the quite conveniently located MRI station Bukit Bintang or MRI Museum Negara.
Now about the institution itself. Please note that it does not work on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. And it opens late – already at 20.00. But the kitchen there is quite normal, there is alcohol by itself and a very original herbal floor.This is their feature.
In general, if you have already examined everything in the central part of the city and you want something romantic, not trivial and not ordinary, try the Stratosphere establishment in Bandar Utam.
This concludes my review of high-rise bars and restaurants in Kuala Lumpur. This is not the entire list, of course. There are 5-6 more places, so if you want something else original and unusual in terms of high-rise bars and restaurants, then you can always ask me, your guide in Kuala Lumpur, and I will gladly share new places for you.
90,000 10 fabulous rooftop bars and restaurants in kuala lumpur, malaysia
What better way to enjoy your food or drink with a view of the city? Tourists can satisfy this desire by visiting one of the following rooftop restaurants and bars in Kuala Lumpur. Expect world-class service, exotic cocktails and some of the finest food in Malaysia.
Marini at 57
Climb to the 57th floor in the Petronas Towers to the tallest rooftop bar in Kuala Lumpur.Not only are the floor-to-ceiling views among the best in KL, but the interior exudes luxury from its core. With simple décor, tall tables and lavish cushions, Marini attracts the rich, famous and influential. Join the fun and delicious Italian cuisine with a glass of wine or cocktail.
Address and telephone
Menara 3 Petronas, Persiaran KLCC Level 57, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
+603 2386 6030
Mon – Thu:
19:00 – 23:00
Fri – Sun:
18:30 – 12:00
$ $ $
Tiki-themed bar at KL Sentral provides a colorful and relaxing atmosphere to enjoy sunset cocktails.Located on the 30th floor of the Aloft, the design creates a relaxing atmosphere, with a choice between chilling on pink bean bags or seating at high tables. The long list of exotic cocktails should entice guests, but the real attraction is the location and savoring the light of Kuala Lumpur after dark.
Address and telephone
Jalan Stesen Sentral, Aoft Kuala Lumpur Sentral, 30th Floor, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
+603 2723 1125
Mon – Wed:
12:00 – 12:00
12:00 – 1:00
Sat – No:
11:00 – 1:00
Sun – No:
11:00 – 12:00
$ $ $
This bar has an outdoor seating area on a former helipad.Located on the 30th floor of Bandar Utama, Stratosphere is one of five retail outlets in the same complex, as well as a restaurant, whiskey and cigar lounge, sports bar and nightclub. Drinks are affordable compared to other rooftop bars in Kuala Lumpur. However, its appeal has a drawback: the open stratosphere is dominated by the weather!
Relax in the cigar lounge with a glass of whiskey | © Pixabay
Address and telephone
Bandar Utama Roof, First Avenue, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
W – Sun:
18:00 – 2:00
$ $ $
Bridge bar in the G Tower
Painting sipping a cocktail while standing on the glass floor, looking down into the depths below.This is just one of the experiences available at Bridge Bar. The lounge is located on the 28th floor of the G Tower Hotel. This stylish décor features comfortable sofas, wood floors and ceiling mirrors. Background music complements the style and design of the bar, creating a cozy atmosphere. Guests can relax inside or sit on the outdoor terrace with a glass platform. Bar Bar is not only ranked among the best rooftop bars in Kuala Lumpur, but also perfect for a date and a romantic evening.
Address and telephone
Jalan Tun Razak Level 28, Tower G, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
+603 2168 1899
Mon – Sun:
17:00 – 1:00
$ $ $
Sky Bar Kuala Lumpur
Skybar has a typical city skyline view, but with a twist.This place is for relaxation. Inside the Skybar, on the 33rd floor of Trader’s Hotel, guests will find a long pool surrounded by private cabins and day beds. Here, special attention is paid to luxury relaxation. The views of the nearby Petronas Towers along with high quality cocktails are favorites.
Large swimming pool at Skybar KL | © Luca / Flickr
Address and telephone
KLCC, Jalan Pinang Traders 33rd Floor Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
+603 2332 9888
Sun – Thu:
10:00 – 1:00
Fri – Sat:
10:00 – 3:00
$ $ $
Fuego @ Troika Heaven Dining
Among the most exclusive rooftop restaurants in Kuala Lumpur, Fuego is located on the 24th floor at Troika Sky Restaurant.With an extensive menu of Latin American food, including Kuala Lumpur’s delicious guacamole, tapas and churro, and a long list of wines and cocktails, visitors can expect a quality experience. Fuego is busy making reservations essential.
Address and telephone
Persiaran KLCC, level 23A Tower B Troika, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
+603 2162 0886
Mon – Sun:
18:00 – 22:30
$ $ $
Nobu is an international chain specializing in sashimi, sushi and tempura.It recently opened its doors in Kuala Lumpur and quickly became one of the best sushi restaurants in Malaysia. On the 56th floor of Menara Petronas, 3 to 25 people can enjoy world-class Japanese cuisine overlooking the city through floor-to-ceiling windows. Nobu KL is often featured on lists of the most exclusive rooftop restaurants in Kuala Lumpur.
Enjoy sushi at one of the best restaurants in KL | © Pixabay
Address and telephone
Menara 3 Petronas, Persiaran KLCC Level 56, Kuala Lumpur, 50088, Malaysia
+603 2164 5084
Mon – Sun:
18:00 – 23:00
$ $ $
The Grand Hyatt at the KLCC hosts the 38th restaurant called Thirty8.With large floor-to-ceiling windows offering 360-degree views of Kuala Lumpur and a menu filled with Asian and Western dishes, this bar offers both class and variety. Diners can choose from an extensive drinks menu serving rare wines and cocktails, or simply order a cold beer. Highlights of Thirty8 include food, exclusivity and views of the Petronas Towers.
Wonderful view of the Petronas Towers while enjoying your meal | © Pixabay
Address and telephone
Jalan Pinang 12, Grand Hyatt, Kuala Lumpur, 50450, Malaysia
+603 2182 1234
Mon – Sun:
6:00 – 23:00
$ $ $
Subak offers various rooftop views in Kuala Lumpur.Rather than overlooking the city, this restaurant sits next to a pristine rainforest, providing a refuge from the noise and chaos. The Balinese-style menu offers traditional Malaysian food as well as Western food at relatively affordable prices. Subak promises to meet any expectations for a more relaxed culinary experience.
Address and telephone
Jalan Penchala Indah, Bukit Lanjan Lot 3212, Kuala Lumpur, 60000, Malaysia
+603 7729 9030
Mon – Sun:
11:00 – 23:00
Dinner in the sky
According to Forbes, Dinner in the Sky is one of the most unusual restaurants in the world and one of a kind in Malaysia.The crane lifts the table up to 50 meters (164 feet) into the sky. With three courses cooked at the Sheraton Imperial and catered for by waiters along with live entertainment, dining here promises to be an unforgettable meal in Kuala Lumpur. If this incredible experience sounds appealing, tickets can be purchased on their website or for Sky Sky Dinner at Bukit Bintang.
Address and telephone
Jalan Bukit Bintang 231, Kuala Lumpur, 5510, Malaysia
+603 2282 6413
W – Sun:
18:30 – 22:00
Capri by Fraser in Kuala Lumpur – comfortable apartments with a gorgeous rooftop pool
We first met the Capri by Fraser network in Singapore a few months ago.Then we liked the concept of the apart-hotel itself, and especially how it was implemented in Capri.
Therefore, when we gathered for a few days in Kuala Lumpur, we were glad to know that there is also a hotel of this chain in the Malaysian capital, and to be honest, it impressed us even more!
In general, they have a lot in common, but the main feature of the hotel in KL is an open roof with a restaurant and an infinity pool on it. We are big lovers of looking at everything from above, we love all kinds of observation decks, TV towers, skyscrapers, etc.so that they were delighted with such species.
1. Open roof,
with a restaurant, terrace
and infinity pool overlooking the sunset.
2. Apartments with a full kitchen.
3. Play area (table football, billiards, Playstation).
We lived in an apartment on the 15th floor.
The room is divided into 3 parts – right at the entrance there is a fully equipped kitchen, with a stove, an extractor hood, a microwave oven, a dining table and a set of dishes.
In the middle of the room there is a working area,
with a long table all over the wall,
there is also a spacious bathroom,
with an open space near the sink and separate shower and toilet.
Further there is a bedroom with a bed, TV,
and also with access to a small balcony,
from which a pleasant view of the surroundings opens.
The main restaurant, which also serves breakfast, is located on the ground floor.
We stayed at the hotel on the eve of the Chinese New Year, so we found such fun holiday decorations.
Tomorrow in Capri is quite good,
without any special frills, but with a full set – pastries,
salads and cold snacks,
The restaurant itself is quite roomy and is designed, among other things, for large companies.
Another bar-restaurant is located on the last, 33rd floor of the hotel. There are tables both inside,
and outside, with an excellent view of the city.
Another place where you can have a snack or drink coffee is the lobby bar,
which is located right next to such a stylish reception.
Pool / Fitness
The pool in the hotel, as I mentioned, is located in the open air, on the roof.
It is long, wide,
and “endless”, so that from the side it seems as if the water is flowing down somewhere =)
The pool is divided into two parts, one of them is for adults, and the second is for children.
And between them there is a partition that fit even our Tyomik, he crawled there with pleasure.
There are sun loungers next to the pool,
and even one “royal”))
The view from the pool is simply unreal!
The buildings around the hotel are sparse, so the view is varied,
and mountains in the background,
and when the sunset also begins, it’s generally beautiful!
And after the sun finally hides, lights begin to light up below and the city is transformed.
Near the pool, on the roof there is also greenery – a lawn, bushes and even trees, so the atmosphere is very cozy there.
For those who are used to staying in shape, including on the road, the hotel has a well-equipped gym. There are both cardio and strength equipment, in general – a complete set.
The hotel is located on the outskirts of the city, in a new area, and the main attractions of Kuala Lumpur are located in the city center.
For example, to the Petronas and KLCC towers from the hotel 11 km –
can be reached either by taxi or by metro (the station is 700 meters from Capri).
Capri by Fraser is a very excellent 4 star aparthotel at a very reasonable price. Large, spacious rooms with a kitchen, a gym, a sauna, a games room and of course the infinity pool leave a good impression on most guests – at booking.com Capri has a consistently high rating and very positive reviews.
If you are going to spend a few days in Kuala Lumpur, or just fly with a transfer in the capital and you need an apartment with a kitchen, while remoteness from the center and attractions does not matter, then the Capri by Fraser hotel is a great option!
View even more photos and current prices for all room categories in Capri by Fraser, and book a room here.
Kuala Lumpur – attractions, establishments and gastronomy in a fresh guide
Start your acquaintance with the eclectic spirit of the city with a walk along the Kasturi Walk from Central Market Square (Jalan Hang Kasturi, LRT station Pasar Seni) .Here, British colonial houses are lined up, in the distance there is an openwork skyscraper in Arabic Menara Dayabumi (Jalan Sultan Hishamuddin) , the former headquarters of Petronas before the construction of the twin towers, and at the entrance to the market street you will be met by a huge metal installation – wau bulan, or Malay kite, which looks like a butterfly. And the market building itself (to the left of the entrance) was built in the Art Deco style. Intrigued? This is just the beginning!
After passing through the Kasturi Walk, you will enter another pedestrian street – Medan Pasar .British colonial houses along the entire street, which looks more like a square, are very organically complemented by modern skyscrapers made of glass, concrete, and in some places gold decorative plates. Then you can turn onto Jalan Tun Tan Siew Sin and, reaching Petaling Street Flea Market (Jalan Petaling) , find yourself in the heart of Kuala Lumpur’s Chinatown or go a little further and on the parallel Jalan Tun Perak get into one of the Indian districts of the city. British colonial houses, hung with all kinds of signs in Chinese and Tamil, will accompany you in these two areas.
Passing through the entire market space Petaling Street Market , on a small Jalan Tun H.S. Lee you will meet two ancient temples at once, surrounded by the same colonial houses and modern concrete skyscrapers – the red Chinese Guan Di Temple (168, Jalan Tun HS Lee) and the traditional Indian Sri Mahamariamman Temple (163, Jalan Tun HS Lee) . The entrance to the temples is absolutely free.
Official Quarter Little India (Jalan Travers to Jalan Tun Sambanthan, Brickfields) is located near KL Sentral Station.There is a suitable atmosphere here with traditional Indian small architectural forms against the backdrop of modern high-rises, many Indian shops and restaurants, as well as exchange offices with a very favorable rate. In general, everything that a tourist needs.
For Arabic architecture, go to the area of the oldest mosque in the city – Masjid Jamek (Jalan Tun Perak, LRT station Masjid Jamek) . Admission is free, women are given appropriate Muslim robes.
On the other side of the Gombak River, practically opposite Masjid Jamek, there is Merdeka Square (Jalan Raja) .In colonial times, there were rugby fields and tennis courts, but now there is a large green area where you can relax overlooking the magnificent Sultan’s palace Abdul Samad (Jalan Raja | Merdeka Square) . This Moorish-style building with a beautiful clock tower houses the Supreme and High Courts of Malaysia. However, to visit the building itself, you need to obtain written permission from the Legal Department.
To Kuala Lumpur City Gallery (27, Jalan Raja, Dataran Merdeka) it is worth approaching at least to take a photo with the street installation “I LOVE KL”.Inside the gallery, an extremely detailed and colorful 3D model of the city is exhibited, and the development of Kuala Lumpur can be traced from the historical photo exhibition. The entrance is only $ 1, here in the tourist center you can take a free city map in English.
The most fabulous place in all of Malaysia is the National Mosque Masjid Negara (Jalan Perdana) . And all because at the entrance, visitors are dressed in magical lilac capes with huge hoods. And walking in such attire through the modern halls of the mosque, past small pools and fountains, you feel like a real Jedi or Princess Leia.The cosmic views of the city skyscrapers from the large terrace only enhance the feeling of being a Star Wars character! The entrance to the mosque is free, girls are wearing hijab on top of the hoodie lately.
Behind the national mosque there is a huge park area – Lake Gardens. It includes Bird Park (920, Jalan Cenderawasih) and Butterfly Park (Taman Tasik Perdana, Jalan Cendarasari) at the foot of the hill, as well as Botanical Garden (Jalan Kebun Bunga) with collection orchids and hibiscus on top.The parks are open daily from 9:00 to 18:00 and the Botanical Garden from 7:00 to 20:00. A ticket to the birds will cost $ 11, to the butterflies – $ 5, and to the orchid garden – $ 9.
In case you get bored with Asian exoticism and want something more European, take a walk to St. John’s Cathedral (5, Jalan Bukit Nanas) . The interior of the temple will hardly impress you, but the street landscape will not leave you indifferent! Indeed, right behind the Gothic building of the church is the space TV tower – Menara KL (Jalan P Ramlee) .The tower itself is just a stone’s throw away – 10-15 minutes of a leisurely walk along Jalan Raja Chulan along the eco-park Taman Eko Rimb a KL on the one hand and wonderful city landscapes of western churches and modern skyscrapers on the other. It costs $ 11.50 to climb to the observation deck at the top of Menara KL. It is open daily from 9:00 to 22:00. We’ll tell you a secret, it is from here that the best view of the city and its main symbol – the Petronas Towers – opens up, and besides, there is no need to stand in a huge queue to enter! It is best to view the city skyline before sunset to see Kuala Lumpur both in the light of the sun and in the night illumination.
And, of course, from Menara KL the path lies to the legendary PETRONAS Twin Towers (Kuala Lumpur City Center) . The openwork architecture of the towers is most beautiful in the night illumination. While crowds of tourists are jostling for a selfie at the front door, head to the park behind the towers. There are fewer people here and the view is more colorful! Every evening for 5 minutes at 20:00, 21:00 and 22:00 at the foot of the buildings there is a musical fountain. It’s up to you to climb or not to the observation deck. It is better to buy an entrance ticket for $ 19 on the towers website, otherwise you will have to stand in a huge line early in the morning, and then come again at the specified time.And it’s not a fact that there will be free tickets on the day you need (especially on weekends), and on Mondays the observation deck is generally closed. In addition, the observation deck is not at the top of the towers, but on the bridge between the buildings. And remember, here is the same story as with the Eiffel Tower: the PETRONAS Twin Towers observation deck is the only place in the city from which you cannot see its main attractions – the towers themselves. Therefore, for a full-fledged panorama of the city, it is still better to choose Menara KL.
If you don’t want to stand in queues and pay a decent amount of entrance fee, but your soul requires the continuation of the cultural program, go to the free Galeri Petronas on the 3rd level (3rd level) of the Suria KLCC shopping center at the foot of the towers. It contains the works of local artists and photographers, as well as international exhibitions of contemporary art. The gallery is open from Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00 to 20:00.
In a skyscraper located across the park from the towers, you will find a giant aquarium Aquaria KLCC (Convention Center Complex, Jalan Pinang) .You can get to it directly from Suria KLCC through covered overpasses. Inside you will find a glass tunnel, laid under a giant aquarium with sharks, rays, sea turtles and many fish. A travolator runs along the entire tunnel, so nothing will distract you from contemplating the underwater world, just stay and watch. The entire excursion is designed for 1 hour. Therefore, the last visitors are allowed in at 19:00. The aquarium is open daily from 10:00 to 20:00. Admission ticket for an adult – $ 14.
The second most popular attraction in Kuala Lumpur is Batu Caves (Batu Caves, Selangor) .The complex of the sacred for Hindus caves is located 13 km to the north, you can get here by LRT. The road from the city center to the Batu Caves terminal station will take about 30 minutes and will cost only $ 0.50. The entrance to the caves is free and open daily from 6:00 to 21:00. The first thing that you will see upon exiting the subway is a statue of the Indian monkey god Hanuman. There are really a lot of insolent monkeys here, so watch out for your gadgets and bags! The most impressive thing about the Batu Caves is the 272-step staircase leading to the Temple Cave, and next to it stands a huge gilded statue of the Hindu God of War, Murugan.