5 tall drink towers in Singapore for shared sipping

The milo and lime juice towers at Srisun Express. Photos: Srisun Express/Facebook, Superstar Futsal/Facebook
The milo and lime juice towers at Srisun Express. Photos: Srisun Express/Facebook, Superstar Futsal/Facebook

Sometimes you just can’t help but crave an ice cold beverage, especially on our island of 24/7 summer. And in Singapore, otherwise known as the land of the food-obsessed, you don’t have to stop at one drink when you can have an entire three-litre tower. To be shared, of course — unless you’re on a sugar-only liquid diet.

These three eateries have mastered the art of helping customers quench their thirst with their range of massive (non-alcoholic) drink towers. Check ’em out below and don’t forget to bring a few buddies with you when you stop by to share the calories.


Chomp Chomp Food Centre: 20 Kensington Park Road

Anyone who’s had supper at Chomp Chomp would’ve ordered a mug of sugarcane juice to wash down all those plates of Hokkien mee, chicken wings, satay and carrot cake. But if you’ve got an especially sweet tooth (or if you feel especially greasy after the meal), gulp down your glass and refill it with this crazy tall tower of refreshing goodness.

Beer tower? Noooo lets have some sugar cane tower instead #chompchomp #sugarcane

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R.K. Eating House: 1 Kensington Park Road

Crispy roti prata and tall tissue prata are just two reasons why people flock to this popular Serangoon eatery, which welcomes hungry patrons at all hours of the day/night. But you really can’t have supper here without splitting a colossal tower of milo or teh tarik with your table just so all of you can experience that sugar high together.

Do not attempt with only two people

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Is it straight tower of Teh tarik?

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Srisun Express: 3 outlets, including 56 Serangoon Garden Way

Another 24-hour eatery, Srisun Express is famous for its three-litre sky-high towers that come in every flavor under the sun — from Horlicks and iced lemon tea to lime juice, coffee and good old milo. Basically, no one will ever leave this place parched.

Halal tower. Ice Lemon Tea instead of beer.

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Not beer tower but milo tower #firsttry #sotall #indianfood #withtaiwanfriends

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