Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck
Address: 100/F, International Commerce Centre
Height: 393 meters (1,289 ft.) above sea level
Area: 1,486 sq. meters (16,000 sq. ft.) of usable area
Sky100 is the highest indoor sightseeing deck in Hong Kong. It’s located at the 100th floor of International Commerce Centre (ICC), with a whole area of 2,700 square meters (3,200 square yards). Visitors can view the Victoria Harbor and the Kowloon Peninsula at an altitude of 393 meters (1,289 feet) above sea level, feeling like everything is small before eyes. Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck is also equipped with multimedia facilities to help visitors understand the development and changes of Hong Kong. In addition, Sky 100 holds some special activities such as tailor-made light show and parents-child campaign every now and then. It is also one of the ideal places to watch Hong Kong Chinese New Year fireworks performance.
The 360-degree viewing deck is surrounded by glass walls. Standing on the edge of the walls, you can see the ferries crowding round the dock at close range, as well as the small islands over the sea in the distance. You are suggested to go there at dusk, so as to enjoy the charming view of the day, sunset, and night as well. There are telescopes and the Virtual Reality (VR) ride, which need an additional payment, giving visitors a better understanding of the landmarks of Hong Kong.
Sky 100 boasts the fastest high-speed elevator in Hong Kong. It takes only 60 seconds from the 2nd floor directly to the 100th floor. The glittering lights inside the elevator and three-dimensional paintings on the floor create a sense of floating for tourists. Meanwhile, the electronic screen on the top shows the time, height and pressure.
On the way to take the elevator, you will cross a corridor, that is, the three-dimensional exhibition room. The changing lights and colors on the corridor give visitors a feeling of exposure to time tunnel and shuttling between past and future. The dynamic light box devices on the rear sides show the development history of Hong Kong Island and Kowloon Peninsula. Besides, there is a 6-meter-high time gallery, with LED lighting and inkjet video on both sides, showing the changes of Hong Kong’s major buildings and customs.
1. In order to provide a comfortable and safe environment, all visitors are required to undergo a security check.
2. Don’t bring dangerous items, outside food and drinks except those for babies, wheeled transport tools except baby strollers and wheelchairs, bags or items larger than 23cmX36cmX56cm.
3. Smoking is forbidden in the area.
4. Visitors should look up the opening hours on official site before visiting, in case of its closure for some special reasons.
1. Take the MTR Tung Chung Line or Airport Express Line and get off at Kowloon Station. Get out from Exit C1 or Exit D1 to the ICC directly. Then take the high speed elevator to get there.
How to Get There
2. Take the bus 203E to International Commerce Centre; or take bus 215X, 215P, 261B, or 281A and get off at Austin Road West Station.
|Ticket Price||HK$ 188 for adults. |
HK$ 128 for children aged between 3 and 11 and elders over 65 years old.
Free for children under 3 years old.
Children under 11 years old should enter it accompanied by an adult with a valid ticket.
Visitors can also buy the 10% discount ticket, and other combo tickets on official website, whose validity period is 30 days.
|Opening Hours||Sunday to Thursday: 10:00-21:00 with last entry at 20:30 |
Friday, Saturday: 10:00-22:30 with last entry at 22:00
- Last updated on Jan. 22, 2020 -