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Plan your trip to Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck

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Getting an aerial view of a city is something else, right? If you're in Hong Kong and hope to catch the best view of the glittering city of Hong Kong, we know just the place for you. Sky100 Hong Kong is the highest indoor observation deck in the city, located 393 metres above sea level on the 100th floor of the International Commerce Centre in Kowloon, Hong Kong. On a good day,you can see all along Hong Kong Island from Quarry Bay to Causeway Bay to Wan Chai to Admiralty to Central to Sheung Wan and to Kennedy Town! Not to mention, the views are simply breathtaking. To know more about planning your visit to the Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck, read on.

Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck - History Under A Minute

Sky100 Hong Kong

Developed by Sun Hung Kai Properties, Sky100 Hong Kong opened to the public in 2011 and has been the tallest observation deck in Hong Kong ever since. The Sky100 also features Hong Kong’s fastest double-deck high-speed elevators, which reach the 100th floor in just 60 seconds. The sky deck is complemented by a well-connected transportation network and the Express Rail Link West Kowloon Terminus.

The International Commerce Centre was the 4th tallest building in the world upon completion, and is now the 10th tallest building in the world by height. While that number will continue to drop, it is still the tallest building in Hong Kong, and that may not change anytime soon.

8 Reasons Why You Must Visit Sky100 Hong Kong

High-speed Double-deck Elevators

There are 4 high-speed double-deck elevators which bring you from 2nd to 100th floor in just 60 seconds. They are currently the fastest lifts in Hong Kong and each of them can carry 15 people. Don’t miss the multimedia exhibitions on the 2nd floor showcasing Hong Kong’s evolution.

Spectacular panoramas

Starting with the obvious, views from the Sky100 are simply gorgeous. Sweeping panoramas of the Hong Kong with its sky piercing buildings, lush greenery and emerald waters glistening under the sunlit sky is all that your 'gram needs! Photos here can never go wrong, no angle, no facet of the Sky100 can give you a single bad photo. Click away as you make your way around the deck.

Sky100 Hong Kong

Interactive Story Wall

Learn all about Hong Kong from this 28-m long multimedia story wall that shows you 100 fascinating local tales and anecdotes through text, video and various exhibits. It's interactive, amusing and all things fun. Kids love this one!

VR Fun

At the Sky100, you get to fly ( virtually ) at 393m above sea level and enjoy the spectacular views of the Victoria Harbour! You can even experience tropical cyclones, skim through an ocean of clouds and witness a beautiful sunset in the process. In the night version of this VR experience, catch a glimpse of the stunning fireworks and light show over the Victoria Harbour. Note, VR service hours are from 11 am to 8 pm daily.

Sky100 Hong Kong

You can also time travel in VR and go all the way back to the 60s and visit the Hollywood Road in Hong Kong. Say hi to rickshaw drivers and street merchants, watch a kung-fu fight and catch your breath as you see planes flying extremely close to the tenement buildings at the Kai Tak Airport in the 1980s.

Fireworks from the Sky

On festive days, you can catch fireworks from the Sky100 Observation Deck. The festival days include New Year’s Eve Countdown Fireworks Display, Chinese New Year‘s Fireworks Display, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Anniversary Fireworks Display and National Day Fireworks Display. Try coinciding your visit with these festivals and you're in for a treat.

Light Show Love

There's plenty to keep you entertained up here, but the light show is a definite favourite. The light show at Sky100 observation deck features 3D images with projection technology and sound effects against the backdrop of the Victoria’s Harbour. It's a visual treat and will have you stunned in awe.

Light Show Timings - Sunday to Thursday: 6:30 PM – 9 PM
Friday to Saturday: 6:30 PM – 10 PM

Note, light shows can be cancelled if there are private events on the deck. Please call and check before you plan your visit.

AR Photos

Download the Sky100 App on your phone and take quirky AR ( augumented reality ) photos, enjoy an audio guided tour of the Sky100 and even a timelapse video and a few exciting discount coupons.

Sky100 Hong Kong

Café 100 by The Ritz-Carlton

Food is always the highlight of every trip and Sky100 is no exception. This Paris-style eatery has a selection of wine with crepes, waffles, paninis, poffertjes and other small bites. The perfect nibble while you enjoy magnificent sea views and sunsets.

Sky100 Hong Kong Tickets

Getting tickets to the Sky100 Hong Kong is an easy process. You can buy them on the official website, or from third party official vendors like Headout. Take advantage of the limited time offer till the 30th of June, that allows you to re-enter the Sky100 on the same day at an additional cost of just HKD 8!. This offer stands valid only on Headout

Sky100 Opening Hours

Sunday – Thursday

10:00 AM – 9:00 PM (Last entry: 8:30)

Friday – Saturday

10:00 AM – 10:30 PM (Last entry: 10:00)

Sky100 Hong Kong Address and Directions


Take the MTR Tung Chung Line or Airport Express Line and get off at Kowloon Station. Get out from Exit C1 or Exit D1 and you will see the ICC building in front of you.

By High Speed Rail

Take the High Speed Rail to the West Kowloon Station and head to Exit M. From here, take the footbridge connecting to ELEMENTS Mental Zone and and walk for about 15 mins to reach the Sky100 building.

By Bus

Bus no. 11, 26, 74, 74S, 77M, 215X, 215P, 203 E, 261B, 270P, 281A or 296D can get you to the Sky100 Deck. Get off at the Kowloon Terminus Station and a short walk will have you in front of the building.

Sky100 Hong Kong Reviews

Everybody flocks to the Peak in Hong Kong as a view point. If you have done that consider Sky 100. As it stands at the tip of Kowloon it has a 360 degree view to Hong Kong island and around to the New Territories and the bays that surround it. Make sure the visibility is good before you go as the top of the building is often in the clouds. The venue is easily reached from the Kowloon MTR station.

- Phillip P, Tripadvisor 2019

Of course the views are amazing, but what's also so interesting are the story boards depicting history, traditions and culture, plus the interactive aspects as you walk around. It made it so much more fun.

- K2WorldExplorer, Tripadvisor 2019

Insider Tips

Sky100 Hong Kong

  • Sometimes due to a private event, certain portions of the deck are closed. During such an event, you will be partially refunded or given a free coupon for an experience at the Sky100.
  • For a better understanding of the landmarks, you can use the telescopes and MP5 audiovisual navigation system in English. Note, they require an additional payment.
  • Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck is the finish line for the “SHKP Vertical Run for Charity - Race to Hong Kong ICC”. This charity event encourages the public to adopt a healthy lifestyle while helping people in need and promoting our spirit of “sports for charity”. If you're interested in this marathon for a cause, look up the dates here.

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FAQs: Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck

How many floors in Sky 100?

It comprises 118 floors: The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong occupies the top 17 floors from 102 to 118, which make it the highest hotel in the world; located on 101/F, Sky Dining 101 offers a number of fine restaurants serving Chinese and Japanese cuisine with breathtaking views of Victoria Harbour and the city.

What floor is Sky 100?

"sky100", located on the 100th floor of the 118-storey International Commerce Centre (ICC) in West Kowloon, opened on 17th April 2011 and is currently the world's tenth highest observation deck, at a height of 393-metres above sea level.

How tall is sky100 HK?

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.

How tall is ICC HK?

The International Commerce Centre (abbreviated ICC) is a 108-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.

How do I get 100 HK on Sky?

sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck is right above Kowloon Station of Tung Chung Line and Airport Express, directly linking it to the city's extensive rail network. Simply take Exit C of the station to reach sky100 for stunning views of Hong Kong. For more details, please refer to the MTR website.