About sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck
Unparalleled viewing experience at Hong Kong’s premier attraction
Developed by Sun Hung Kai Properties, sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck is located on the 100th floor of International Commerce Centre, the tallest building in Hong Kong. At 393 metres above sea level, it is the only indoor observation deck in Hong Kong offering 360-degree views of the territory and its famous Victoria Harbour. This world-class attraction is complemented by a well-connected transportation network, , including the Airport Express Link and the High Speed Rail terminus, as well as prestigious shopping mall. It also features Hong Kong’s fastest double-deck high-speed elevators, which reach the 100th floor in just 60 seconds. sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck introduces different facets of Hong Kong culture via various multimedia exhibits. “sky100’s Tales of Hong Kong”, a 28-metre-long multimedia story wall, showcases 100 fascinating local tales and anecdotes. The interactive sky100 mobile app and the “Sky-High Tech Zone” create a virtual dynamic world which allows guests to discover the beauty of Hong Kong in a brand new perspective through Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) technology. Guests can savour a range of delectable treats and enjoy boundless sea views at Café 100 by The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong on the west side of the deck, a truly double delight of taste and visual pleasure. sky100 proudly offers visitors and their loved ones Hong Kong’s most memorable sky-high experience in every season and at all times of the day.
sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck has received the “Travelers’ Choice” award Certificate of Excellence for five consecutive years since 2014 from renowned travel website TripAdvisor in recognition of its breath-taking views and outstanding hospitality. It is also named by CNN as one of the 17 beautiful places to see in Hong Kong. sky100 is also one of the eight founding members of the Hong Kong Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions, and is the only member in Hong Kong of the World Federation of Great Towers.