sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck

sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck (CN: 天際100) is located on the 100th floor, at 393 m above sea level, of the International Commerce Centre (ICC). The ICC is Hong Kong’s tallest skyscraper and the observation deck offers amazing views over the city and the harbour.


Standard ticket prices as at July 2019 are listed below and there are also package offers available, see their website for more details.

Ticket Type Online Booking (Walk in)
Adult HKD169 (HKD188)
Child (3-11) and senior (65+) HKD115 (HKD128)

Other features at sky100 include

sky100’s Tales of Hong Kong
A 28-metre-long multimedia story wall, showcases 100 fascinating local tales

sky100 360 VR Experience
There are two virtual reality experiences to try out being Sky-high Climate (Day) and Sky-high fireworks & light show (Night).

Afternoon Tea at Cafe 100
Cafe 100 is run by the Ritz Carlton and offers Afternoon Tea, Weekend Brunch and Dining packages together with a range of waffles, sandwiches, coffee, and more.

Nearby sky100 and other attractions at the ICC

  • It is part of Union Square which includes Elements Mall featuring luxury brands, chain stores, a cinema, a supermarket, restaurants, and an ice rink.
  • Sky Dining 101 – choose from five restaurants or have quite sip in the bar on the 101st floor
  • ICC Light Show – nightly at 7.45 pm and 9.00 pm
  • Stay the night at the Ritz Carlton Hong Kong
  • Dine at the Michelin starred restaurants, Tosca or Tin Lung Heen at the Ritz Carlton
  • Enjoy afternoon tea at Cafe 103 and its 103rd-floor views
  • Go for a breakfast buffet with harbour views from the 102nd floor at The Lounge & Bar
  • Reserve a table at Ozone, on the top floor of the ICC, and enjoy Asian tapas and cocktails at the worlds highest bar.
  • Grab a day pass and enjoy the Ritz Carlton pool and fitness center on the 116th floor or visit the in-house spa for a pampering package.
  • MTR Kowloon Station – Kowloon is a station on the Tung Chung Line and the Airport Express of Hong Kong’s MTR. From here you can easily connect to the airport and to Hong Kong Station in Central.
  • West Kowloon Station – you can walk from the ICC via footbridges and passages taking about 8-10 min. From West Kowloon Station you can take fast trains into mainland China.
  • Kowloon hotels and attractions – there are several nice hotels in the vicinity and the West Kowloon Cultural District is well worth exploring.

Wikipedia Says


Sun Hung Kai Properties held a naming contest for the new observation deck. Both the English and Chinese name were selected among 3,000 entries in May 2010. Sky100 opened on 17 April 2011.


Aside from the view of Hong Kong, Sky100 contains several other attractions including a Paris-style eatery called Café 100 on the west side of the observation deck. Other features include a virtual reality (VR) attraction, augmented reality photo-taking, and a photo booth.

Sky100’s Advanced Telescope provides “sunny day setting” and pre-recorded views from bright days, and on-screen indicators point to landmarks. Other settings include night views and fireworks. Interactive touch screens dot the deck, offering facts, tips and an itinerary planner.

Race to ICC-100

Since 2012, Sky100 has also served as the finish point for the annual “Race to ICC-100—SHKP Vertical Run for the Chest”, organised by Sun Hung Kai Properties (Developer of the International Commerce Centre) and The Community Chest of Hong Kong. The race begins at Level 8 and winds its way up the building’s staircases to Sky100. The event is normally held in early December.

Wiki page:


International Commerce Centre (ICC), 1 Austin Rd W, West Kowloon, Hong Kong

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