Chill out at this Ice Bar — made entirely of ice — at Bayfront Avenue

By HungryGoWhere December 5, 2022
Chill out at this Ice Bar — made entirely of ice — at Bayfront Avenue
Selected cocktails from the Ice Bar. Photo: Ice Magic

For a limited time, you can wind down while enjoying your booze at Singapore’s very own ice bar. Or, if you prefer some warm chocolatey goodness, head to Chocolate Origin’s new pop-up cafe.

Both the Ice Bar and pop-up cafe are part of Ice Magic: The Great Fantasy on Ice, an event that runs from Dec 1, 2022 to Jan 1, 2023. 

The magical, snowy wonderland at the Bayfront Event Space features ice-themed installations, such as a giant snow slope and a Merlion sculpted from ice.

Ice Bar
The 80-seat Ice Bar. Photo: Ice Magic

Spanning 860 sqf, the Ice Bar can hold about 80 guests. With everything — from its bartop to shelves and seats — carved from ice, you are in for a complete Instagram-worthy experience. 

The bar, operated by craft cocktail specialist High Society Spirits, serves a variety of Christmas-themed cocktails. 

One of its creations is The Night Before Christmas. The strong overtones of dried fruit and nuts from the mincemeat are fused with Skyy vodka, Giffard coffee liqueur, Giffard gingerbread syrup and cream.

Other customised cocktails include Christmas in the South — a masala chai tea enhanced with rum and Cointreau — and Oolong Day of Festivities, a hot cocktail of oolong tea and American single-malt whisky. 

Chocolate Origin ice cafe
Chocolate Origin’s pop-up cafe. Photo: Ice Magic

If you’re craving hot chocolate, drop by Chocolate Origin’s pop-up cafe. Spanning 340 sqf, it dishes out a selection of Chocolate Origin offerings, such as its signature chocolate cakes and drinks.

Chocolate Origin, which is the presenting sponsor of the event, also ties up with Japanese premium chocolate maker Cacaocat to produce exclusive menu items. These include an exclusive set of 28 Cacaocat chocolate bon bons. The sets from Hokkaido, Japan are available only at the Chocolate Origin pop-up cafe. There is a purchase limit of one set per ticket. 

Besides the pop-up cafe, there are other F&B vendors including Wado Dining, which serves warm, light bites such as rosti and croquettes.

Ice slide
Ice slide. Photo: Ice Magic

The Ice Magic: The Great Fantasy on Ice event also hosts a variety of exciting activities in a wintry setting. These include a 70m snow slope — the longest and tallest one ever built in Singapore — as well as a 4.5m-high ice slide.

Igloo
Igloo. Photo: Ice Magic

Ice sculptures such as an igloo and the Merlion are also placed at different spots in the winter playground. The installations set the stage for great photo opportunities.

Tickets for the Ice Magic: The Great Fantasy on Ice event go from S$25 to S$45. Each ticket includes the rental of a jacket and snow boots.

Book a ride to Ice Magic: The Great Fantasy on Ice.

Ice Magic: The Great Fantasy on Ice

Bayfront Event Space, 12A Bayfront Avenue
Nearest MRT station: Bayfront
Open: Monday to Sunday (10am to 10pm)

Bayfront Event Space, 12A Bayfront Avenue
Nearest MRT station: Bayfront
Open: Monday to Sunday (10am to 10pm)


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