Beauty in Bars – Post Bar, Singapore

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The Post Bar is located at the Fullerton Hotel in Singapore and is described as follows at worldsbestbars.com: “So called because its handsome coffered ceiling is that of the old General Post Office, although you’ll be glad to hear you don’t sip your Singapore Sling on a bunch of mail bags. Oh, and before we forget we ought to add that we are in the utterly stylish Fullerton Singapore and it’s a feast for the senses, graced as it is with modish décor, fine lines, a spectacular onyx bar, novel cardboard lamps and comfy couches and chairs galore. Immaculately uniformed bar staff serve up a wide selection of classic and fruity cocktails in the gleaming air-conditioned space, and you have two places in which to quaff them. First, there’s the Cocktail Bar where you’ll nurse that aforementioned Sling. And should you conceive a desire for oysters and Dom Perignon and the odd canape, then rest assured you’ve come to the right place. punters have been waxing lyrical over the Almond Sling, a variation on the ubiquitous Singapore Sling in which the almond brings a certain something to an old favourite. Which brings us bar no. 2, the trendy Music Room where the cocktails are top-notch and the repertoire eclectic. The latter canters through all manner of genres, running the gamut from classical-finally, a spot of culture!- to swing, not to mention jazz of various stripes and that most vague of labels, contemporary new world. A welcome antidote to more rambunctious drinkers, it is much frequented by Singapore’s smart set. It also has the merit of being easy to find. Just look for the tell-tale red pillar box which stands sentinel outside the hotel.”

Photo Credit: Richard Lee

Photo Credit: Richard Lee

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Author: Tom W.

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  1. I’m not sure. The first pic is the only one that had the source information listed and it redirected back to the Fullerton’s page. Good question, though!

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