Favourite 5 Vietnam Rooftop Bars

When it comes to rooftop bars, Vietnam is up there with the best in Asia. The ever-changing urban skylines of Danang, Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City are best seen from the perspective of a few stories up. Elevated above the chaos, cool drink in hand, you can feast your eyes on enticing panoramic views, and watch the streets transform from day to night. Get to know our Favourite Five of Vietnam’s most outstanding rooftop bars in the list below.

 

Skylight Nha Trang

Who knew Nha Trang would come up with such a bar? Yet there it is, on the 43rd floor of Premier Havana Hotel. Skylight, which brands itself Vietnam’s first “rooftop beach club” is a must-visit destination in Nha Trang. Soak up 360-degree views of the coast and city from the Sky Deck, or pull up a seat at the Chef’s Club Restaurant. Skylight doubles down on the entertainment factor, with top DJs, champagne showers, and lots of surprises.

 

 

The Summit, Hanoi

The Summit scores high points for its mesmerizing views of Truc Bach Lake, West Lake, and tree-lined Thanh Nien road. Ride the elevator to the top of Pan Pacific Hotel and claim a rattan armchair in the open-air patio, or fold yourself into one of the bird’s nest chairs indoors. Never pretentious, Summit nonetheless hits all the right notes, with gorgeous views, five-star service, and appealing decor.

 

 

 

Top of Hanoi

Top of Hanoi, an expansive bar and restaurant on the 65th floor of Lotte Tower, soars above most of the competition with dizzying views of West Lake and Ba Dinh District. Seats are positioned at the bar’s perimeter for better views of the streets and scenery below. The restaurant offer a full brasserie-style menu, and blankets on chilly evenings.

 

 

 

Glow Sai Gon

Situated atop the Presidential Palace, Glow Saigon is a firm favourite in the category of stylish after-dark venues in Ho Chi Minh City. The bar draws a crowd with top DJ sets, inviting seating and beautiful views of leafy District 1 and 3. Try the President Fizz for a refresher at sundown. The cool beats and tempting tapas menu might just convince you to stay longer.

 

 

 

Chill Skybar, Ho Chi Minh City

No mention of rooftop bars in Vietnam is complete without a nod to Chill Sky Bar. The bar elevated the local nightlife scene when it opened on the 26th floor of the AB Tower. Chill’s vibrant outdoor bar is where beautiful Saigon goes on big nights out. Weekly events cycle through different music genres, and the bar offers special birthday and party packages for high rollers.

 

 

 

Information and Photos via Vietnam Tourism Board

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