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Sky 100 Observation Deck Hong Kong

Viewpoint in Hong Kong’s Tallest Building

Sky 100 Observation Deck is a viewpoint on the 100th floor of Hong Kong’s tallest building, the International Commerce Centre (ICC). Although it is fully indoors, you will be treated to a thoroughly incredible 360-degree panoramic views of Hong Kong Island, Kowloon and the sprawling suburbs of the New Territories and beyond. On a clear day you can even see all the way to China!

Open from 10:00 until 21:00 daily (22:00 on Fridays and Saturdays), this is a very popular tourist attraction throughout the day and night, something many first-timers see as a rite of passage. Tickets are quite expensive at HK$168 for adults, HK$106 for seniors and children 11-years-old or under, although group booking options are also available.

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Sky 100 viewpoint at International Commerce Centre is located in Kowloon, built above Elements Shopping Mall and Kowloon MTR Station. It is just underneath the Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong Hotel. It’s worth noting that Ozone Bar is 20 floors above this viewing deck if you would rather enjoy the view with a cocktail.

Sky 100 Hong Kong have fully embraced the latest technology, with screens displaying the landscape on clear, sunny days with pointers to prominent landmarks. It’s possible to see pre-recorded night scenes, including Chinese New Year fireworks displays. A free Sky 100 app allows you to take animated photographs in a variety of incredible situations (free Wi-Fi is available). If you want to capture the moment, there is the option of having a professional photograph taken of you and your group with Hong Kong laid out in the background.

If you decide to eat, there is a café and restaurant on the 101st floor with the option of a set lunch or dinner available.

In our opinion, the Hong Kong cityscape is unsurpassed and this is a great vantage point to take it all in. The lift which whisks you up 393 metres in 60 seconds is an experience in itself – just be prepared for your ears to pop. The magic of a Hong Kong evening comes alive with spectacular views high above the city on the 100th floor of the International Commerce Centre, the tallest building in town, at Sky 100, the highest indoor observation deck in Hong Kong.

Sky 100 Observation Deck

  • Opening Hours: 10:00 - 21:00 (22:00 on Fridays and Saturdays)
  • MRT: Kowloon
  • Address: 100th floor International Commerce Centre, 1 Austin Road, Kowloon
  • Tel: +852 2613 3888
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