Strangest Bars Of The World

Red Sea Star Bar

First underwater bar, restaurant and observatory ‘Red Sea Star Bar’:

The bar of the Red Sea Star differs in its essence from any other bar in Eilat, Israel.

The floor of the Red Sea Star is made of real sand covered by a transparent epoxy layer. The chairs are shaped like jellyfishes and octopuses, the design of the lighting is inspired by sea creatures, the pillars are in the shape of sea cucumbers, the banisters are like sea weed etc. – all in order to let the visitors “feel the sea” as they dine in pleasure.Each table has two windows on the side and one above, giving dinners an octopus eye-view of the kaleidoscope beauty of the undersea kingdom.

The restaurant offers continental cuisine. It seats 105 guests and is open daily including weekends and holidays from 10 am to 1 am.

Skeleton Bar

If you’re thinking of having a beer in Switzerland, you should visit the Skeleton Bar, which was decorated with skeletons.

The Skeleton Bar is located in the village  of called “Gruyí¨re”, like the cheese. It designed by Hans Rudi Giger who worked on the movie ‘Aliens’ and got a number of awards including Oscar for the best special effects in 1980 .Giger is originally an architect who got into painting as a form of art therapy for his nightmares. His work can also be seen on  several music albums, including the insert to the Dead Kennedy’s Frankenchrist.

In the Skeleton Bar you must feel like you’re somewhere in the Alien universe or inside the skeleton of a monster. In any case it’s very original and refreshing.

Would you like to have a bottle of beer in such a bar?

Faraday Bar

Faraday is on the Antarctic island of Galindez, within the complex of the Vernadsky Ukrainian Research Station. It was built by souls apparently so desperate for a drink that they appropriated wood designated by the British government for a new boat dock (the station was British before Ukrainians took it over). Some expedition cruises, such as Lindblad[expeditions.com]’s Antarctic voyages, schedule a day trip to the Vernadsky Station, which is how non-Ukrainian meteorologists get to visit.

Hobbit House Bar

” By now, it is an oft told tale as to how former Peace Corps volunteer and college professor Jim Turner was so inspired by Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings books that he founded a bar called Hobbit House entirely staffed by “little people.” Since it opened in 1973 along mabini St., Malate, the bar has become so famous that it has since opened a branch in Boracay.”

Hobbit House Bar is located in Manila, Philippines.From the front door up to the cashier, you will be taken care of by friendly, charming and always smiling all the waiters at this bar are dwarfs. From the front door up to the cashier, you will be taken care of by friendly, charming and always smiling little people.

Baobab Tree Bar & Wine Cellar

More than 7,000 visitors come from all over the world to see the grandiose Baobab every year and have a drink in its pub, which has 13 foot (4 meter) high ceilings and comfortably seats up to 15 people. It was fashioned inside a massive 72 foot (22 meters) high tree in a garden in Limpopo, South Africa.

“This tree is likely to be older than the Giza Pyramids of Egypt.” said Heather van Heerden, owner of Sunland Farm.

The tree has its own cellar, with natural ventilation to keep the beer cold.

The Clinic

The Clinic is located in Clarke Quay in downtown Singapore.

Hospital chic, people called it while acknowledging it was all rather silly and in rather questionable taste.The Clinic includes a dining area where people sat on gold plated wheelchairs and were served food in stainless steel medical dishes. It has over 15,000 square feet and is designed with labyrinthine style pill shaped rooms that help give it a “drug” trip effect. The decor and the ambiance of the nightclub was designed by architect Damien Hirst to resemble a medical clinic by introducing syringes, drips, test tubes and other medical paraphernalia. By the way you drink out of IV bags!

It’s a pricey establishment but for those looking for something a little different, a little weird, a little off-beat.

Das Klo Bar

Klo Bar is located in Berlin, Germany. It was open on Christmas Day 1971. Part flea market, part zoo, and part theme park, Das Klo (German for “the toilet”) is meant to evoke the inside of a toile.

Seating is a choice of coffins or toilet seats, the beer is served in new urine specimen bottles, and the food is sausages with sauerkraut fetchingly presented in huge enamel potties. Also you can find here red wine in blood transfusion packs, electric shocks from tables, rotating bar stools, a hammer that comes down unexpectedly, and a bird spider, boa constrictor and iguana.

Lightning flashes across the rooms and there is a false ceiling of paper mâché rocks that fall in a giant avalanche every 10 minutes.Enjoy!

Absolut Icebar

Absolut Icebar was founde In 1994 in ICEHOTEL hotel in Jukkasjärvi. Everything from the counter to the furniture was made from Torne River ice. Even ice glasses would be thought up just a few years later.

Regulars at the Absolut Ice Bar may have met the Swedish Royal couple or the Irish President. Perhaps they’ve also rubbed shoulders with “supercool”-models Naomi Campbell or Kate Moss or the Swedish model Marcus Schenkenberg. Or the famous photographer Herb Ritts. Or the Swedish rock star Jennifer Brown. Or the American rock band Van Halen.

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