When it comes to unique bars in the world, the Tree Bar located in Limpopo, South Africa takes the cake. Why? Because the interior is inside a 6,000-year old baobab tree, the oldest documented baobab tree in the world... (older than 'most' of the Egyptian Pyramids)
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"When baobabs become a thousand years old, they begin to hollow inside. In the Big Baobab this has resulted in wonderful caverns and caves, where the world famous Baobab Tree Bar now amazes visitors." The aptly dubbed Tree Bar, which sits on a farm owned by Doug and Heather van Heerden, offers an indoor space boasting 13-foot high ceiling and the ability to comfortably accommodate fifteen people at a time.
The bar inside is inside a 155-circumference baobab tree, with its own cellar and natural ventilation system. It takes about 40 people with their arms stretched to grasp the whole thing and the owner says one time he threw a party and managed to fit 54 people inside, although he doesn't think he'll ever do that again.