1. Alux Lounge (Playa del Carmen, Mexico)
Grab a drink inside a cavern in the cave where Alux Lounge is located. They offer a full restaurant and lounge.
2. Sunset Bar and Grill (Maho Beach, St. Maarten)
If you love the thrill of danger, grab a drink on this bar on Maho Beach on St. Maarten. It is directly behind the airport, meaning when planes come in to land, they get incredibly close to those on the beach.
3. Sugarloaf Kiosk (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
If you love heights then check out the Sugarloaf Kiosk in Rio. You can take a gondola ride to get to the bar on top, or you can rock climb up the mountain if you really want to work for your drinks.
4. Sunland Baobab Bar (Limpopo, South Africa)
The world’s only bar in a tree is located in South Africa. The Baobab tree is thought to be older than the Pyramids at Giza, and can fit up to 50 people inside (though likely not comfortably).
5. Kayabukiya Tavern (Utsunomiya, Japan)
If you love adorable dressed up monkeys who will serve you drinks and bring you hot towels (who doesn’t?), stop for some Sake at the Kayabukiya Tavern. The tavern has two resident monkey waiters to serve guests, though the monkeys only work 2 hours a day so make sure to check when they will be working.
6. Lounge in the Sky (Multiple locations, including Las Vegas)
For the lover of heights, grab a drink suspended in air over multiple cities across the globe. You can also have dinner or even get married in the sky.
7. HR Giger Museum Bar (Gruyeres, Switzerland)
A bar that looks like it was previously a setting for a sci-fi movie, the HR Giger Museum Bar was created to feel like you are inside the belly of a whale and is decorated with decor reminiscent of the supernatural.
8. Antarctica Bar (Vernadsky Research Base, Antarctica)
The southernmost public bar is situated in the Ukrainian Antarctic research base. Housemade vodka is served for free to ladies willing to exchange their underwear to be hung in the bar.
9. The Red Sea Bar (Eilat, Israel)
This bar is located 16 feet below the Red Sea, designed with windows for patrons to gaze at the underwater activity while they enjoy a beverage.
10. Miniscule of Sound (London, England)
Not for the claustrophobic, the smallest nightclub in the world can only fit 14, including the DJ. The Miniscule of Sound is also portable and makes appearances at music festivals and other events around the world.
11. Ice Bar (Stockholm, Sweden)
From the creators of the Ice Hotel, comes the Ice Bar. Recreated each year by difference artists from around the world, the ice bar hosts a dance floor of snow and the glasses and furniture are all carved from ice.