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We have written about great bars before, as these are a crucial visiting spot for any group travellers. Only a few bars in the world however, offer an experience so unique that you won’t forget it – even if you don’t remember the whole evening.

Whether it’s due to its unique beverages, history, decor or views, there is a bar on this list for everyone.

 

Are you ready for an unforgettable evening to experience with your friends? Let’s dive into the world’s most unique bars.

 

Jeff’s Cellar at the Bajarin Hotsprings Retreat, Malaysia

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Jeff’s Cellar at the Bajarin Hotsprings retreat in Ipoh, Malaysia, was once a private cellar. Nowadays it is a bar where you can sample a wide selection of wines which is located inside a cave which is several million years old.

Sip on some fancy wine while admiring the stalactites and stalagmites as well as the beautiful natural water features around you.

 

 

Pensão Amor in Lisbon, Portugal

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This quirky bar is one of the most talked about bars in Lisbon, Portugal and for a good reason. Its beautiful and risqué interiors are reminiscent of burlesque culture, as it is inside Lisbon’s former red light district now turned pink. Once guesthouse and meeting point between sailors, criminals and prostitutes, Pensão Amor is now one of Lisbon’s hippest spots.

 

Buza Bar in Dubrovnik, Croatia

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Located in the capital of the beautiful country of Croatia, you can find the Buza Bar. Its beautiful city views are an amazing backdrop for an unforgettable evening.

The charming drinking spot is literally a hole in the wall where you can sip a cocktail while gazing over the Adriatic Sea. What more could you ask for?

 

The Sky Bar in Bangkok, Thailand

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Of course we couldn’t make this list without the infamous Sky Bar in Bangkok, which is often hailed as a must-visit location in Thailand. It is one of the world’s highest rooftop bars and has LED lights that change through the night.

Another real movie location you can visit, the Sky Bar’s views were featured in the film “The Hangover Part II”. For this reason, you can order drinks that were named after the film such as the Hangovertini.

 

 

Fragrances in Berlin, Germany

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The Fragrances bar at the Ritz Carlton in Berlin is a sensory drinking experience like no other. The expertly crafted drinks are based off of famous perfumes from Bulgari to Salvatore Ferragamo.

You can sniff your way through the interactive Hall of Fame and pick your drink of choice which is then creatively served to you in unexpected ways.

 

 

Baba Nest in Phuket, Thailand

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The Baba Nest bar is located at the Sri Panwa resort in Phuket, Thailand. It is famous for its 360-degree views over Phuket, the Andaman Sea and the surrounding islands. The views over the infinity pool are simply indescribable.

Cosy up on the provided bean bags while relaxing with a drink and staring at the beautiful scenery.

 

 

Faraday Bar at the Vernadsky Research Base, Antarctica

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Want to travel off the grid? Then the Faraday Bar in Antarctica is the drinking spot for you. Enjoy some strong vodka at the world’s most southern bar while admiring the quirky decor and the wild penguins outside. Just make sure to wear appropriate cold weather gear!

 

 

The Sossusvlei Lodge in Sesriem, Namibia

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Within the world’s oldest desert you can find a true relaxing oasis: the Sossusvlei Lodge in Namibia. Sip on South African wines and German beers by the pool while admiring the surreal surroundings and unique wildlife in this beautifully remote bar.

 

 

Have you been to any of these bars? If not, what is your favourite bar to visit on holiday? Let us know in the Facebook comments!

 

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