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sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck is located on the 100th floor of International Commerce Centre (ICC), the tallest building in Hong Kong. At 393 m above sea level, it is the only indoor observation deck in Hong Kong offering 360-degree views of the...more
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1 Austin Road West, Kowloon, | 100/F, International Commerce Centre, Hong Kong, China
All reviews degree view tallest building in the world elevator ride international commerce centre icc building elements mall above sea level kowloon station victoria peak night view eye view souvenir shop taking photos the big bus tour nice view views are amazing sunny day
Went to the peak, and then next day went to the sky tower. 100 floors reached in 60 seconds, amazing. Big floor with views over to Hong Kong island. Bit cloudy day we went so did not get such a clear view, however well worth...More
Spent a few hours at this highest building observation deck and witnessed the transition from daylight to evening. A great way to view Hong Kong and far off bridges and islands. I would recommend that visitors are given an option of having a stamp on...More
I recommend you take a look at Hong Kong Island and Victoria Harbour from Sky100 Observation Deck located on the Kowloon side of Victoria Harbour. You can't miss this one because it's situated on top of the tallest building in Hong Kong. There is a...More
Looked good on most reviews but price of drinks and food OTT.
Views are good but check if booking on day that all 4 corners are opened,EST was closed on our day (packet of snacks was our refund??)
Most places on websites are same prices...More
Sky100 provides amazing views of Hong Kong. It was a bit of a maze to get there from the MTR station through the shopping centre but it was well worth the time. We were lucky in that there were very few people there, but there...More
We visited the Sky 100 and were blown away by the views! Having had the awful experience of the Victoria Peak Tramway, on Hong Kong Island, the previous day the Sky 100 was the complete opposite! It is a lovely, spacious, and well planned area,...More
Racing up 100 floors in 60 seconds, then marvelling in how many skyscrapers can be shoved in one tiny corner of the world. Exiting, however, requires thought. Usually tourist traps send you out through the gift shop. This venue sends you out via a high...More
Loved the view from height. Hing Kong is a city of lights and and to see some something so bright and lively at such a height was really amazing we really love the Ambience and the skyscrapers that were visible from element both the riverview...More
Take the lift to the top (100th floor), views are just amazing, check the weather report first, if hazy or foggy, do not bother, great photo opportunities, we went during the day, next visit we shall go in the evening
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Yep ... same same as others .... no line and very easy. Trip up and down in elevator is FAST. If you go to Lantau Island and go on the cable car don't use Klook but buy in advance direct with cable car company. The Klook... More
Yep ... same same as others .... no line and very easy. Trip up and down in elevator is FAST. If you go to Lantau Island and go on the cable car don't use Klook but buy in advance direct with cable car company. The Klook line is very long with 1 window serving but company line is shorter with 2 or 3 windows serving. Faster.
It depends on what you want I went in the day and thought the sky line looked fantastic,we had lunch there and it was very pleasant. I would imagine the views in the night are great as well with the sky line looking very... More
It depends on what you want I went in the day and thought the sky line looked fantastic,we had lunch there and it was very pleasant. I would imagine the views in the night are great as well with the sky line looking very dramatic. We did the lunch there as it worked well with our flight time on our last day in Hong Kong to maximise our time while there. So perhaps bare this in mind if time is short.