Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck, Hong Kong

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The city’s highest indoor location for sightseeing, Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck offers panoramic views over the skyline and landscape of the city. The viewing deck sits within Hong Kong’s highest building--a sight to see in and of itself--so take time to see what's available in this commercial skyscraper. If nothing else, head here to experience the elevator ride, which travels 100 floors in 60 seconds. Multimedia interactive tours and exhibitions will educate you on Hong Kong’s history. By using our Hong Kong trip planner, you can arrange your visit to Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck and other attractions in Hong Kong.
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  • I think it is very overpriced. But all observation desks are kinda expensive. Good view. But go there when the weather is good. It was rainy when I came. Wi-Fi os there so you can spend some time ther...  more »
  • Yes, the ICC is awesome to look at from the outside. It is also extremely nice inside at the adjacent Elements mall or the Ritz Carlton hotel. However, I am not sure that the Viewing Deck is awesome a...  more »
  • First of all by only giving this attraction 4 stars, I am not saying that I didnt thoroughly enjoy my trip up to the top of the building and the views over Hong Kong are simply stunning. I just felt t...  more »
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  • Impressive but simple. Angle of the corner made it difficult to take a picture of BoC building and glass was also too reflective. Souvenir shop very basic and lacking appropriate tower presents. Considering this is the only metropolitan observation deck, it could've been done better. It is however a must see anyway if you're an observation deck enthusiast.
  • Great views and modern facilities, but staff can be a little rude at times. A good place to visit for the first time as it has 360 degree views of Hong Kong, but if you have done it once, there really isn't much else to do up there. The are plenty of other places that have 360 views of Hong Kong that provides better value for money but not from the 100th floor.
  • This is one of the best place to see the entire Hong Kong. Its in 100 story building. As compared to cost of the ticket, this is a good value. You can spend almost 2 to 3 hours in the place. You need really a good camera to see all direction from the top.
  • This observation decks provided stunning views of Hong Kong's iconic skyline. The staff were very friendly and the place was well decked out - the lift up was pretty cool, but it was impossible to take decent photos during my evening visit. The glass was very dirty and was reflective, not ideal when you want to take some snaps. The food and drink in the cafe area is expensive, the ham and cheese crepes I had were average at best. Also it was a bit of pain to find the entrance within Elements mall, is well hidden and poorly sign posted.
  • Taller than other buildings around. The views were ok, a little cloudy, BUT they take your photo on green screen at the start and I look like I'm flying over Hong Kong!!!! Such a great pic for the family Christmas card. Had a Diet Coke at the cafe. A little too cold for my taste and no straw, but I give five starts because of the stellar pic. May try to get a copy made into a magnet or a coaster for the fam too.
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