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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. 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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  • Just as exciting as any other high rise points. it is like a summary of a place in 360 degrees. Can spent half an hour of fun time with your family. 
  • Have been to Twins tower KualaLampur but this was the best i have ever seen. Was there for an hour could enjoy the beautiful view of Hong kong skyscrapers, bridges and beautiful city. 
  • A better view than going up to the peak. If you are not on a budget, having high tea while soaking in the view is spectacular. 
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  • Best way to see the skyline in Hong Kong (other than The Peak). Very spacious, not a ton of people, and lots to see. I went at dusk and it was awesome. The lights and motion really bring the city to life. Your cell phone pictures won't be all that good because of the terrible reflection off of the glass. Nothing you can do about that in afraid. Pretty cool thing to do in the 7th tallest building in the world.
  • Very expensive. Windows were quite dirty and lighting within the sky deck is WAY too strong in most areas for decent photos of the outside, without some cheesy pink or purple glare. Very friendly service.
  • Amazing experience at Sky100! The 360 degree view of Hong Kong is impressive. Just check deck availability before booking tickets or visiting so as to get the total experience. The high-tea for two is a must! Simply delicious.
  • Great service and facility. The views are amazing in the afternoon, sunset and night. There are lots of photo opportunities set up in the sky desk as well as the amazing views itself. Located in an upscale building with lots of fancy restaurants and shopping to keep entertained after it before the visit.
  • First at all I love ICC in HK. I visited this place first time last year in June and I loved the view and the atmosphere at the Vista Sky Bar. This year it was such a disappointment. I visited here at June the 7th in the evening, just a day before my departure from HK, because this should be like special evening and HK from above is just AMAZING but, the half of the deck was closed, the fan shop has 80% less products then last year, no nice lounge music, and the worst service ever at the Vista Bar. I ordered a cup of cappuccino. The staff was not interessted even though I sit down and waited to be served. Finally I got my 55$ valued cappuccino in a PAPER CUP just like in any fast food restaurant. I was shocked about how bad the service bacame. I guess it was a coffee to go this time at Vista Bar. Biggest disappointment in HK during this visit.