Sky100 Hong Kong

sky100 hong kong

Sky100 Hong Kong is the city’s highest indoor 360-degree observation deck. It is located on the 100th floor of the International Commerce Centre (ICC) in West Kowloon, the tallest building of Hong Kong. Visitors can enjoy the views of Hong Kong Island, the Kowloon Peninsula, the New Territories and the beautiful Victoria Harbour.

Officially opened in 2011, Sky100 Hong Kong is at a height of 393 meters above sea level. This 30,000 square-feet viewing platform has multimedia equipment and exhibitions which make you better understand the culture of Hong Kong.

Sky100 Hong Kong Highlights

Speedy Elevators

There are four high-speed double-deck elevators which bring you from 2nd to 100th floor in just 60 seconds. They are currently the fastest lifts in Hong Kong and each of them can carry 15 people. Don’t miss the multimedia exhibitions on the 2nd floor showcasing Hong Kong’s evolution.

Light show – Love is in the sky

The brand-new light show features special 3D images with projection technology and sound effect. Enjoy a visual treat against the backdrop of the Victoria’s Harbour.

  • Show Time: Sunday to Thursday: 6:30 – 9 pm
  •                       Friday to Saturday: 6:30 – 10 pm

Reminder: The light show will be cancelled if there are private events at sky100 East Deck.

Firework Displays

Visitors can watch fireworks display at Sky100 on the following festive days: New Year’s Eve Countdown Fireworks Display, Chinese New Year‘s Fireworks Display, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Anniversary Fireworks Display and National Day Fireworks Display.

Sky100 VR Experience

360 VR Experience

Fly at 393m above sea level and enjoy the spectacular views of the Victoria Harbour in the daytime and at night. For the day version, you can experience tropical cyclone, ocean of clouds and sunset according to seasons. For the night version, you can view the stunning fireworks and light show over the Victoria Harbour. VR service hours are from 11 am to 8 pm daily.

VR Time Travel

Travel back to old Hong Kong with the latest Virtual Reality (VR) technology. Visit Hollywood Road in the Central and Western District of Hong Kong in the 1960s. Meet with rickshaw drivers and street merchants, and watch a kung-fu fight. You can also visit Kowloon City near Kai Tak Airport in the 1980s, when planes just flew extremely close to the tops of tenement buildings.

AR fun photos

With sky100 App, you can take Augmented Reality (AR) fun photos, enjoy sky100 tour, timelapse videos and discount coupons.

Reminder: VR experience is only suitable for those without any health condition. Please check before you get on the rides.

Sky100 Hong Kong Facilities

Advanced Telescope

Enjoy views from bright days at night or night views and fireworks during a daytime visit. With 4 different pre-recorded viewing modes, you won’t be disappointed on a rainy day. There are interactive touch screens as well as on-screen indicators pointing to landmarks.

Interactive Story Wall

A 28-m long multimedia story wall shows you 100 fascinating local tales and anecdotes through text, video and various exhibits.

Café 100 by The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong

This Paris-style eatery provides you with wine and delicacies such as sweet and savory crepes, waffles, panini and poffertjes while enjoying magnificent sea views and sunsets.

Sky100 Opening Hours

  • Sun-Thu: 10:00-21:00
  • Fri-Sat: 10:00-22:30
  • Address: 100/F, International Commerce Centre, 1 Austin Road West, Kowloon, Hong Kong
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How to go to Sky100 Hong Kong
  • MTR Kowloon Station, Exits C1 and D1. Enter via the Elements shopping mall’s Metal Zone on the second floor.
  • High Speed Rail Hong Kong West Kowloon Station, Exit M. Take the footbridge connecting to ELEMENTS Mental Zone and and walk for about 15 mins. to reach Sky100.

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