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Here?s to a drink with a view?an underwater view, to be precise. The Red Sea Star is an underwater bar and restaurant located 5 metres below sea level. Giant observatory windows allow you to enhjoy views of marine life floating by as you sip on your wine.
2. Ice Bar, Stockholm, Sweden
Image Courtesy-adventurestockholm.comThere?s no better place to chill than The Ice Bar in Stockholm, Sweden?the world?s original ice bar. Everything inside the bar is made of ice?right from the glasses you drink from to the chairs and even the tip box! The temperature inside the IceBar is a chilly -5 degrees C, so be warned!
3. The Clinic, SingaporeImage Courtesy-bestourism.com
This takes the novelty drinking experience to a whole new level. The Clinic, Singapore, is a medical-themed watering hole located in the heart of the city?s Clarke Quay district. Guests are seated in wheelchairs instead of barstools and may lie on hospital beds instead of lounge chairs. Drinks are served out of test tubes and IV bags. Wow
4. Hobbit House, Manila, Philippines
Calling all Tolkein fans! Hobbit House, a bar themed on J.R.R. Tolkien's trilogy, ?Lord of The Rings? is an ode to all things miniature. Hobbit House prides itself as the world's only bar owned and staffed by hobbits?an actual team of dwarves and midgets. (Hobbit House features possibly the world?s smallest Elvis impersonator!) The décor is right out of the fantasy Hobbit world. The Hobbit House also is known as a favourite hub for live music in Manila.5. Kayabukiya Tavern, Tokyo, Japan
Image Courtesy-.weirdnews.about.comA traditional style Japanese "sake-house" restaurant with a twist! At the Kayabukiya Tavern, two pet Macaque monkeys are part of the serving staff. The first monkey, Yat-chan, delivers customers drinks at their tables. The other monkey, Fuku-chan, bring guests hot towels to clean their hands. However, due to animal right regulations, the duo can only work for two hours a day?so do time your visit accordingly.