Located on the 100th floor of the International Commerce Centre (ICC), Hong Kong’s tallest building, Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck is the city's highest observation deck at 1,289 feet (393 meters) above sea level. It’s also the only indoor observation deck in Hong Kong offering 360-degree views of Hong Kong and Victoria Harbour.
Hong Kong’s fastest double-decker high-speed elevators take just 60 seconds to travel 100 floors. In addition to stunning panoramic views, Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck also features a Sky-High Tech Zone, which allows visitors to discover Hong Kong in a virtual and immersive way through virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) technologies. Visitors can also sate their appetite at Café 100 by The Ritz-Carlton, on the west side of the deck.
Tickets can be purchased individually. Upgrades—covering dining, wine, and photos—are available. If you plan on visiting a few other city attractions, consider a multi-attraction pass covering Hong Kong and Macau’s top sites. Admission to the observation deck is also included as part of a hop-on hop-off bus tour or you can visit as part of a private excursion.
Things to Know Before You Go
- Don’t forget to bring your camera to capture stunning Hong Kong vistas.
- Photos for personal use are allowed. Wedding, graduation, photos in costume, and commercial photos require prior permission.
- Visitors may have to undergo a security check before entering.
- Food and drinks (other than water) are not permitted.
- The observation deck is fully accessible.
How to Get There
Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck is inside ICC in West Kowloon. Take the MTR to Kowloon Station (Exits C1 or D1). Enter via the Metal Zone on the second floor of Elements shopping center.
When to Get There
Visit just before sunset and stay for the nighttime views, when the skylines of both Hong Kong Island and Kowloon are lit up. Catch “A Symphony of Lights” at 8pm, a multimedia audio and light show involving buildings on both sides of Victoria Harbour. Check the weather before visiting, as it can affect the views. However, if inclement weather affects your view of the Hong Kong Island side, come back another day for free.
Best Views in Hong Kong
Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck features some of the best views of Hong Kong. Other notable spots offering great panoramic views include the Hong Kong Observation Wheel, Victoria Peak, the Bank of China Observation Deck, and the Hong Kong Monetary Authority Observation Deck. A number of bars and restaurants, including Ozone, Aqua Spirit, and Sevva, also have good views.