Sky 100 Highlights
Hong Kong: a labyrinth of skyscrapers framed by lush green mountains, divided by the cool ribbon of Victoria Harbour. Enjoy birds-eye views of it all from sky100, Hong Kong's highest observation deck. sky100 also provides the opportunity to explore the city through dynamic virtual and augmented reality technologies, see sculpture and artistic projections and enjoy fine dining. Located on the 100th floor of the International Commerce Centre (ICC), sky100 presents stunning panoramic views of Hong Kong from 393 metres above sea level. See Hong Kong, Kowloon and Victoria Harbour laid out beneath you and experience the unique atmosphere of floating above the city bustle.Afficher plus d'informations Masquer les informations
Your adventure begins in the high-speed elevator, which will whisk you up to the 100th floor in less than 60 seconds, complete with countdown clock. On a fine day, you'll be able to see as far as Shenzhen in mainland China.
Explore Hong Kong from a different perspective through virtual and augmented reality technology. Advanced telescopes give you magnificent AR views of the city at different times and in different environments, The 3D tech zone offers an immersive VR experience, and the Memory Lane displays welcome you with projections of Hong Kong as it has evolved through time. Download the sky100 App to create your own VR experience, capture fun photos, and hold a 3D model of the ICC in your hand. You'll also be able to see a sunken model of the city with Victoria Harbour, and make the most of free wi-fi and phone charging.
Snack amongst the clouds at cafe100, the city’s highest cafe with 360-degree views. Operated by the The Ritz-Carlton and based on a traditional Parisian terrace cafe, cafe100 offers a variety of scrumptious refreshments, from panini sandwiches, soup or salads, to crepes, waffles, ice cream and high tea. Paired with the phenomenal views, a meal here is one to remember.
About the ICC
The jewel in Hong Kong's famous skyline, the International Commerce Centre was completed in 2010. Rising 484 metres (1,588 ft) above sea level, it's the tallest building in Hong Kong, and the 11th tallest in the world. The ICC provides a famous backdrop to the groundbreaking ICC Light & Music Show, which is projected onto the side of the building every night at 7:45pm and 9:00pm.