Day-bed packages start at $375 for two bottles of champagne or a bottle of premium spirit, along with 10 bottles of beer or two pitchers of classic cocktails (margarita, Tanjong Spritz or Summer Sangria).
The St Regis or the Shangri-La Hotel have been tipped to be the hosts of Mr Kim and Mr Trump respectively and both house excellent bars.
At The Shangri-Lais Origin (photo 3, Lobby level, Tower Wing, Shangri-La Hotel Singapore, 22 Orange Grove Road), a new entry to the bar scene. It has a menu built around five districts in Singapore - Orchard Road, Chinatown, Little India, Boat Quay and Marina Bay.
For a fruit-forward tipple, try the Safari Tea ($22++) from the Chinatown menu. It is made of jackfruit marmalade, bamboo and osmanthus fortified wine, and blended malt whisky. Or ask for the off-menu Crystal Russian, a clear version of a White Russian ($24++), a cocktail made with vodka, coffee liqueur and cream served with ice.
Astor bar (Lobby, The St Regis Singapore, 29 Tanglin Road) is known as much for its bloody mary programme as its extensive whisky collection. Check out the hotel chain's Singapore exclusive, the Chilli Padi Mary ($24), where potent chilli padi, ginger and lemon grass replace the Worcestershire and tabasco sauces used in typical bloody marys.
If navigating through security checks is too troublesome, head across the road from the St Regis to Manhattan (Level 2 Regent Singapore, 1 Cuscaden Road). Named the Best Bar in Asia by Asia's 50 Best Bars last year and this year, it serves a must-try New York Sour ($25++, photo 4). There is also a library of more than 150 rare American whiskeys. Prices start at $18 for a 45ml pour of Elijah Craig 12 Year Old bourbon to $600 for a dram of vintage Old Oscar Pepper.