You already know Sky Bar. Even if you’ve never been here, it’s easy to feel like you know it—from its prevalence on Instagram or its mainstay status on best-of lists. Not to mention a certain movie. You know the one. But as familiar as it may already be, you’ve got to see Sky Bar for yourself.
About Sky Bar
Only after experiencing these great—almost dizzying—heights can you understand why Sky Bar is a Bangkok institution. Why many consider a visit to the City of Angels incomplete without partaking in a Hangovertini or three.
You’ve had rooftop drinks before, but this bar is something else—something worthy of all the hype. Suspended on a precipice 820 feet in the air, Sky Bar is one of the highest rooftop bars in the world. Come for magic hour, or sundown, or after dark—it’s a different scene from hour to hour, thanks to the fading light, the flickering cityscape, and a backlit bar that changes color throughout the night.
One thing that doesn’t change: it’s always awe-inspiring, and always a good time.
With a backdrop like this, it would be easy to coast—to get by on our looks, so to speak. But that’s not the lebua way. Our mixologists’ imaginative twists on classic cocktails make Sky Bar a worthy adversary in a city known for its cocktail bars. Whether you join us for a single drink or many, we want your time at Sky Bar to be a high point of your visit—literally.
There’s a reason Sky Bar is world-famous. Here are some of the many honors we’ve received from the media and award-granting bodies.
World Travel Award - Asia’s Leading Hotel Rooftop Restaurant & Bar 2020
The Telegraph UK – 17 Incredible Rooftop Bars to visit around the world
Harper's Bazaar, UK – Sky Bar is named one of “The World's Best Rooftop Bars”
Condé Nast Traveler, USA – Sky Bar is named one of "rooftop bars where you can drink in the view"
USA Today – Sky Bar's Hangovertini cocktail is named one of six "must–tries for travelers" to Thailand
The New York Times – Sky Bar is listed in "36 Hours in Bangkok” and named "the most stunning rooftop bar you'll ever see”
The Guardian, UK – Sky Bar is listed under world's best rooftop bars
Based on the invaluable feedback of our guests, we adhere to specific policies at The Dome at lebua. Our standards are designed to ensure that all guests of our restaurants and bars are afforded the pleasant atmosphere they have come to expect and to ensure their privacy, comfort and safety.
SMART CASUAL DRESS CODE
Athletic or sports uniforms, slippers, beach sandals and flip-flops are not permitted at our Michelin starred restaurants, Mezzaluna and Chef’s Table. Gentlemen must avoid any sleeveless clothing, shorts and open shoes. Please note that our smart casual dress code applies to children as well.
Photography is permitted at our establishments, with the exception of select areas. The use of drones, tripods, extensions and external flash units are not allowed.
Children are welcome at our restaurants however the dress code applies to children at our Michelin starred restaurants, Mezzaluna and Chef’s Table. Bar entrants must be at least 20 years of age.