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Nothing tacky about Singapore’s Taki Taki Chinatown, Singapore

With a name like Taki Taki, which means ‘cheers’ or ‘to lift up’ in Fijian, you just know you’re in for a cracking time at this Singaporean tiki bar. A vibrant mural dominates the small space that opens to a balcony, creating a vibe that is relaxed and friendly – the bar staff even go out of their way to learn the names of thirsty patrons!

The rum-soaked cocktails – served in classic tiki glassware, of course – come highly recommended, but there are plenty of other options on the first-rate drinks list that aren’t fruity, flowery or super sugary. Bar snacks come in the form of satay char siu tacos and cheeseburger sliders, which go a long way towards soaking up the delicious yet deceivingly potent cocktails.

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