Sky 100 Observation Deck in Hong Kong

Why is Sky 100 Observation Deck so Special?

Sky 100 is the highest indoor sightseeing deck in Hong Kong. The deck offers views of Hong Kong Island, Victoria Harbour, the Kowloon Peninsula and Tai Mo Shan in the background. Besides the spectacular views, you can also discover different facets of Hong Kong through the various facilities at sky 100.

Where is Sky 100 Observation Deck?

It’s located at the 100th floor of International Commerce Centre (ICC), with an area of 2,700 square meters (3,200 square yards).

International Commerce Centre

The International Commerce Centre is a 118-storey, 484 m (1,588 ft) commercial skyscraper completed in 2010 in West Kowloon, Hong Kong. It is a part of the Union Square project on top of Kowloon Station. It was the 4th tallest building in the world (third in Asia) when its construction was completed in 2010. As of June 2019, it is the world’s 12th tallest building by height, world’s ninth tallest building by number of floors, as well as the tallest building in Hong Kong and also the 6th tallest building within China.

How to Get There?

There are two ways to get to Sky 100 Observation Deck.

  • 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
  •  Take the No. 11, No. 26, No. 74, No. 74S, No. 77M, No. 215X, No. 215P, No. 203 E, No. 261B, No. 270P, No. 281A or No.296D Bus and get off at Kowloon Terminus Station.

History of Sky 100 Observation Deck

Sun Hung Kai Properties held a naming contest for the new observation deck. Both the English and Chinese name were selected among 3,000 entries in May 2010. Sky100 opened on 17 April 2011.

What to See?

Sky High-tech Zone

Be sure to go to Tian Hi-tech Zone to see virtual time travel. This virtual reality (vr) experience, developed in collaboration with timelooper, will immerse you in two stories of old Hong Kong. Visit the neighborhoods around the old Kaide airport in the 1980s, when planes dramatically flew up to the roof of apartments. Time Travel returned to Hollywood Road in the 1960s, surrounded by rickshaw drivers and street businessmen, watching the Kung Fu war break out. Sky High-tech Zone also offers other virtual reality and augmented reality (AR) experiences.

Sky 100’s Tales of Hong Kong

The 28-meter-long multimedia storytelling wall shows 100 fascinating local stories and anecdotes.

Café 100 by The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong

Give both your palate and eyes a treat with the amazing food that rivals the stunning view.

Gift Shop

A variety of exclusive souvenirs and Hong Kong-themed merchandise.

Useful Travel Tips 

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 23 cm x 36 cm x 56 cm.

3.Ticket Price: HK$ 168 for adults.
                               HK$ 118 for children over 3 years old 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.
P.S. Visitors can also buy the 10% discount ticket, and other combo tickets on official website, whose validity period is 30 days.

4.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