• Arts, Music & Museum

ICC & Sky 100 – The Tallest Building to Look around Hong Kong

June 8, 2021

Name (English): ICC & Sky 100 Hong Kong Observation Deck
Name (Chinese): 環球貿易廣場及天際100 香港觀景台
Category: Music, Art & Museum
Phone Number: +852 2613 3888
Address (English): 100/F International Commerce Centre, 1 Austin Road West, Kowloon
Address (Chinese): 香港九龍柯士甸道西1號環球貿易廣場100樓
Address Google Map Link: https://goo.gl/maps/3HC8p1y5P8KuS7NAA
Address longitude and latitude: 22.30365891816792, 114.16019881104502
Nearest MTR Station: Kowloon Station Exit C
Nearest MTR Station Google Map Link: https://goo.gl/maps/3HC8p1y5P8KuS7NAA
Nearest MTR Station longitude and latitude: 22.30365891816792, 114.16019881104502
How far from the nearest MTR Station: 3-minute walk from Kowloon MTR Exit C
Opening Hours:
MON 11:30 – 20:30
TUE 11:30 – 20:30
WED 11:30 – 20:30
THU 11:30 – 20:30
FRI 11:30 – 20:30
SAT 11:30 – 20:30
SUN 11:30 – 20:30
Budget (per person): HKD120-200
Recommended Time to Visit: 13:00
Accessibility Note: Easy access
Reminder: Hotline available at 10:00-18:00, Last entry at 20:00

You wanna be on top? Hong Kong’s tallest building – International Commerce Centre, can fulfil your dream of upward mobility at the fastest speed. Sticking out on the west of the Kowloon peninsula, the 490m skyscraper with 118 floors successfully catches everyone’s attention 24/7/365. 100 is the magic number of ICC, as its Sky100 is the ultimate destination where you can embrace the famous 360 aerial views of the metropolis on the 100th floor. 

The customer service counter
The view of Kowloon

Before elevating to the top, there is a lot more to explore within the Elements mall attached to the building, which is home to a wide array of high-end brands, alfresco restaurants & bars and even an ice rink! But if you are impatient about the city’s most jaw-dropping skyline, pop in the Sky100 entrance on the main floor. You will first walk through a series of interactive and multimedia installations that offer you an insider’s look through the story of Hong Kong – transitioning from a fishing village to the current financial hub and ultimately will reach the highest indoor observatory deck in a 60-second elevator ride. But the best comes with an entrance fee of around $188. 

Along the 60-second elevator ride, the screen update the meters
You may find this photo beside the windows to know the names of the buildings.
The view from the restaurant

The panoramic view from the sky-high platform surrounded by floor-to-ceiling windows makes hearts flutter. No matter whether you go up during the day or at night, you will still be guaranteed glittering Victoria Harbors by the sun or by night lights- if the weather is clear. There are also two VR experiences that can take you back to the old Hong Kong to complete your journey.

Let’s stay for sunset and the night views

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