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Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck, Hong Kong

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Observation Deck Tourist Spot
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. Our Hong Kong trip itinerary maker makes visiting Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck and other Hong Kong attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • Elevator takes you up 100 floors in 60 seconds and you hardly feel it moving. Amazing! Be sure to download their virtual reality app so you can take fun photos like paragliding and with the mini build...  more »
  • We went on our last night in Hong Kong and the views were amazing. Go at dusk when you can see the skyline in the light and then at night with all the lights. Fantastic. Great 360 views of the city. w...  more »
  • So there are very long lines to buy tickets. Suggest you buy tickets online to take the tram up. The other option is UBER it up to the Peak and back down. The tram is not a highlight of any kind. The ...  more »
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  • Wonderful place to have fun with the family or just soak in the sights. Many good photo opportunities. Do try the AR app and timelapse photography for great memories. Well done, Sky 100!
  • The Sky view was very interested for me. Hong Kong has many small Mt. Also I think provably a night view is so beautiful. But it was a little pity because weather wasn't clear. I think I'll try to Skytree in Tokyo next time.
  • Great place to visit. The view is breath taking only has 1 cafe so bring a drink as it'll be much cheaper with these skyrocket prices
  • Get here by Kowloon and not Austin MTR. Then take the escalators into Elements Mall and find the Metal Zone. Find the entrance underneath to the left the escalators to the ICC Tower. Then scan and/or buy your tickets. Shoot up the sky to the 100th floor. But the experience is not great. It isn't very tourist friendly because there isn't much signage and we got a bit lost trying to find the place. The windows are not clean and you can't take any photos out. Don't ever ever go on a cloudy day as it's $150+ per person and you're not going to see much. They take photos, but just take your own by downloading the Sky 100 app and scanning the photo circle things on the ground and get someone to take your photo. Also, the souvenirs are not good and expensive. I've been to better observation decks (Sydney and Melbourne). I prefer the Peak over any other day than this.
  • Its actually a second best place to 'observe' the wonderful city, but if there were events, some parts (side) of the deck is/are closed and it happens quite often. I'd prefer the peak.