Thirsty Thursday: 5 Weirdest Bars In The World

Forget your usual local bar where it’s a dim lit room with a few chairs and tables and the bartender who’s often asking for a shot of whatever you are drinking. I stumbled upon some very unique and bizarre bars in the world. From a massive tree to a lagoon, here are 5 weirdest bars in the world:

The Big Baobab (Modjadjiskloof, South Africa)

If you are interested in having your drink inside a humongous tree presumed to be dated around 6,000 years old, then this is just the place for you.

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H.r. giger bar (Switzerland)

Step into this bar and you’ll immediately feel a bit out of sorts. The bizarre design with arches modelled after massive vertebrae and thrones with replica pelvic bones for headrests is pretty spooky.

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Vampire Café (Tokyo)

If you have a thing for vampire décor then you’d enjoy a drink from Vampire café. It’s a dark, bloody atmosphere with a coffin, ‘Alter’, ‘victim’ and ‘cross rooms’.

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 Lagoon bar (grindavík, Iceland)

It’s a perfect spa experience with a whole lot of booze.

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The Red Sea Star (Eilat, Israel)

Enjoy a cold beer under the red sea while checking out fish and marine life. Located sixteen feet below the Red Sea, the Red Sea star offers a unique distinction from all the other bars on the mainland.

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