Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck

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Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck

Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck
4.5
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10:00 AM - 8:30 PM
Monday
10:00 AM - 8:30 PM
Tuesday
10:00 AM - 8:30 PM
Wednesday
10:00 AM - 8:30 PM
Thursday
10:00 AM - 8:30 PM
Friday
10:00 AM - 8:30 PM
Saturday
10:00 AM - 8:30 PM
Sunday
10:00 AM - 8:30 PM
About
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 territory and its famous Victoria Harbour. Connected to major transportation networks and world-class shopping mall "Elements" in the city. It has been acclaimed as the must-visit first stop for tourists to Hong Kong. It also features exceptional swift double-deck high-speed elevators, which reach the 100th floor in just 60 seconds. Before you visit sky100, we recommend you to check our opening hours & special arrangement in our website, as some area maybe blocked due to special events held by other parties. Hope to see you soon in sky100.
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ECWorld
Hong Kong, China2,647 contributions
Mar 2021
There are many promotion deals for Sky 100 during Covid-19 lockdowns, and with a much reduced tourist presence it is actually an excellent chance to enjoy the great view offered. We went during a week day afternoon, enjoy the sunset sipping tea and then caught the splendor of the city with all its lights before leaving. There were very few people there and so we got to roam around and soak in the views to our hearts' desire. Note however it is not easy to get good photos due to all the reflection from the glass. Also pick a day with good visibility if at all possible.
Written June 16, 2021
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ACL3112
UK3,385 contributions
Jan 2020
The elevator takes you in 60 secs from ground level to 390 metres to the highest building in HK. The views across the city are stunning, there is a nice coffee shop, definitely a place with a view if you manage to get one of the window seats. Don't go on a cloudy day, it will be a waste of time. We took the hop on hop off Big Bus to get there, the area is quite confusing with lots of building sites (definitely work in progress). I am not sure how easy it is to get there. The bus negotiated a system of underground routes which eventually led us to the entrance at ground level.
Written February 24, 2020
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270dj
Port Elizabeth17 contributions
Jan 2020
Be sure to take some water with you as the Deck gets very hot. The bubble waffle and ice cream (delicious) is a Hong Kong street food favorite but is very pricy at the peak. There is an abundance of restaurants , even a Gordon Ramsay restaurant.It is very child friendly as there are sweety shops and a patch of grass to rest on.
Written January 15, 2020
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happyopenmindedtraveller
Europe197,899 contributions
Feb 2020 • Solo
I just visited the Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck as part of the Big Bus ticket for two days which i purchased yesterday and it was indeed quite an overwhelming viewing experience from really very high up there. I finished my approximately 1 1/2 hours visit with a cup of cappuccino at the quite excellent in-house Café 100 By The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong. Recommended especially if one happens to be in Hong Kong on a bright and sunny day (it was somewhat cloudy today but the view from up there this afternoon was still amazing).
Written February 9, 2020
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Steve W
1 contribution
May 2022 • Family
The smartone lab is annoying and the view is not 360 Becos of this damn smartone lab, and block the part of the way out so tourist need to walk around. The lab block the view and block the way out, despite its only open for particular timeslot. Staff there are just idling.
Written May 14, 2022
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Thank you very much for your review on the recent visit and we appreciate your feedback. Please accept our sincere apologies on the inconvenience experience may have caused you and sorry to hear of your less than satisfactory viewing experience at sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck. We have reflected your comments to our colleagues and will review the issues of reflections in order to create the best viewing experience for our guests. Please assured that your constructive comments are very important to us, and with that, we always value our customers' opinions and would like to thank you for bringing this to our attention. We hope you would visit sky100 with your friends and family again to renew your experience in the near future. Thank you!
Written May 18, 2022
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Droombarton
Placentia, Newfoundland, Newfoundland and Labrador61 contributions
Jul 2020 • Couples
There is ample transportation options to get here. Elevator is super quick to get you to the floor with 360 view.
Written July 21, 2020
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We’re glad you like the visit, thanks a lot for your comment. Our lift is the fastest double-deck elevator in Hong Kong that able to take visitors from 2/F to 100/F, reaching the deck at the height of 393 meters in just 60 seconds. Hope our interactive multimedia exhibits & fun-filled facilities, expounding Hong Kong’s fascinating history and rich culture that the locals may not even know, also enriched your sky100 journey and let you discovered 100% Hong Kong. Thanks again for your visit. Please feel free to share your wonderful experience with your family and friends and we look forward to seeing you again in the future!
Written July 27, 2020
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BradJill
Hong Kong, China146,662 contributions
Jun 2012 • Couples
Sky100 Observation Deck is a very good opportunity to see 360 degree views of Hong Kong from up in the clouds, similar to viewing NYC from the Empire State Building or Top of the Rock or perhaps looking down upon Paris from the Eiffel Tower. However, the Sky100 experience is hindered by the unpredictable and inconsistent air quality and conditions that we face in Hong Kong, often limiting optimal viewing experience at this attraction.

Sky100 entry tickets are HKD$150 if purchased on the day of your visit, or HKD$125 if you reserve in advance online. This attraction, is located in the Elements Mall (Metal) area, found on the first, not ground floor. Compared to its international peer attractions, entrance queues are very short. Even on a weekend evening, we walked straight to the front of the line to purchase tickets before going up to the observation floor. With similar attractions in other cities, we've waited 30 minutes to well over an hour for ticket purchase and access to observation decks.

What we liked about the Sky100 Observation Deck is that they seem to know that there is a high probability that viewing conditions will not be ideal or potentially even poor. To compensate, they have very good information displays, touch-operated digital screens that are quite fun to use, free zoom telescopes for getting close look at the many skyscrapers in Kowloon and HK Island or boats plying the waters of Victoria Harbor and children's entertainment and play area to keep the kiddies busy. There is also free wifi here. Collectively, these inclusions help ease any disappointments for not seeing the lovely Hong Kong and Kowloon Skylines if viewing conditions are not ideal.

We also liked the fact that this attraction doesn't take on ridiculous crowds like what are found at other Hong Kong main attractions. We were able to walk around the 360 degree viewing area in peace, not rubbing or bumping shoulder to shoulder with others, are rare find in HK. We also liked that there was no limited viewing time, you can stay as long as you like once you enter the 100th floor.

Lastly, we were very pleased with the child-friendly nature of this attraction, making this a very good option for those bringing children to Hong Kong. Plenty to keep them busy while the adults spend time checking our the various views of the city.

What we didn't like so much was the weather. While not the fault of the attraction, it does clearly limit the potential of this attraction, making it something to avoid during days with poor viewing conditions, of which we have way too many in HK. However, with good viewing conditions, this is an attraction, you might want to move up the scale as views will be remarkable from this perspective.

We also don't like all of the lighting that is inside the Observation floors. This results in much glare on the glass, hampering photographs you might want to take. To compensate, many locals bring black towels with holes for their lens, holding up the towels in effort to block the backlight reflections. It seems they have no problem with you doing this at Sky100. Unfortunately, lacking an outdoor viewing platform, you are most likely going to get photographs with noticeable glares even if viewing conditions are good.

Overall, the Sky100 Observation Deck is a real hit or miss attraction, not because of the quality of the attraction itself or due to their operations, but due simply to the heavy impact of the air quality and conditions in Hong Kong. On poor viewing days, there is little point visiting this attraction. However, with clear skies, this is a very good attraction.
Written June 17, 2012
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PB&SK
London, UK56 contributions
Nov 2012 • Couples
Why pay HK$ 150 just for admission to Sky 100 when you can go to the Ritz Carlton on floor 102 and spend the money on a cocktail instead like we did ! You don't even have to dress up !
Written November 13, 2012
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Olivier G
Carry-le-Rouet, France125 contributions
Jun 2014 • Friends
Don't take tickets to the observation deck, but rather ask your way to the Ozone bar. They will take you to the 118th floor (490m) for FREE, i.e. higher than the observation deck and at no cost. There you will have very nice views of Hong-Kong, in a nice environment and no one pushed you to purchase drinks! However I recommend you taste 1 of their signature cocktails, delicious and still cheaper than 1 ticket to the observation deck below... Now, this of course requires that you are not dressed like a perfect tourist with shorts, flip-flops and a hugly t-shirt!
Written August 14, 2014
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Mike D
Hong Kong, China7 contributions
Dec 2011
This is a tourist trap if i've ever been to one. For the price of admission, you could get a drink and a half from the Ritz Carlton bar, which is a bit higher up on the tower.
Written November 4, 2012
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Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck is open:
  • Sun - Sat 10:00 AM - 8:30 PM
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