The 509-metre Taipei building is celebrated for its post-modern design said to resemble a lotus blossom. It also claimed (for a while) the world's fastest elevators, travelling at nearly 17 metres a second, or a shade over 60kph, to the 89th viewing floor. A dizzying 91st-floor outdoor observation deck is open
Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck is the highest indoor observation deck in Hong Kong offering a splendid bird's-eye sweep of the Victoria Harbour, Kowloon Peninsula and even Macau and you can book the tickets from us.
Reviewed 4 October 2015. Wonderful Location. We stopped by here on our first night in Hong Kong. Shocked that there are not lots of other establishments taking full advantage of this awesome view across the waterfront, we settled into our seats on the outside deck and were dazzled by the lights More. Thank Alanna P.
Re: Observation Deck IFC - Hong Kong. 8 Nov 2014, 12:49. Roof garden should be level 6 or even 7. There are also roof terraces on lower levels, mostly for restaurants. The top level roof garden is open to the public, and free to access. There are also some restaurants with outdoor seating up there. Report inappropriate
The Star Ferry is one of Hong Kong's best-known and most-loved landmarks. The distinctive green-and-white ferries are diesel-powered boats that have been serving Victoria Harbour and the Kowloon Peninsula since 1898. The ferries now carry more than 100,000 people each day. How to get there: A 2-minute walk from
W Hong Kong's 76th floor pool deck offers more than just the chance to splash and tan. With sweeping views of Victoria Harbour set against an iconic mosaic wall which depicts an explosion of fantasy! WET IS ON FIRE! Experience our all-you-can-eat barbeque at the city's highest outdoor pool side bar, WET DECK. We've
The world-renowned Victoria Harbour view is crown jewel to Hong Kong that has long been honored as top three best city skyline in the world. Other facilities include the 27-meter long outdoor swimming pool, state-of-the-art fitness centre, Business Centre and the Harbour Club which is exclusive to executives staying at
HONG KONG, Nov. 13, 2017 PRNewswire -- Hong Kong's Newest Tourist Attraction -- 'Ocean Terminal Deck' is Open to the Public. It consists of 2 outdoor event spaces of nearly 6,500 sq. ft., of which one of them is a natural lawn allowing the public to ramble on the grass. There is a Grandstand with
We sat up there for ages on the comfy chairs enjoying the view of Hong Kong. There is no outside viewing area but large windows around the exhibition.
Sugar (Bar.Deck.Lounge) at EAST, Hong Kong serves you beverages along with a stunning view of Victoria Harbour and is surely the perfect place for you to chill out after work.
Towering over the city at 1823 feet, the Burj Khalifa's observation deck is the world's highest outdoor observatory. Two floors beneath the Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong is Sky100, a 360-degree indoor observation deck that sits 1272 feet high on the 100th floor, offering stunning views of Victoria Harbour.
There are actually two IFC Hong Kong buildings, IFC1 and IFC2, but it's the latter that grabs all the headlines and dominates the skyline. Standing 88 floors tall and measuring 420 meters, IFC 2 was the tallest building in Hong Kong before it was surpassed by the International Commerce Centre across the
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Sky100, the highest indoor observation deck in Hong Kong, located on the 100th floor of the city's tallest building and offers 360 degree views of Victoria Harbour.
Here, for $50 access, you can hang out on a unique outdoor terrace (the Sky Deck) that offers amazing views of the runway and planes parked right in front of the Hong Kong (HKG). The Sky Deck at Hong Kong International Airport gives you free access to stunning views of the tarmac. This observation deck is part of the
Because despite the apparent lack of options, there are still a handful of Hong Kong skyscrapers which, while not approaching anywhere near as tall as ICC, do allow public access to a height from where decent views of the cityscape can be had. There are viewing decks and sky lobbies, lifts and museums,
Check out the world renowned skyline from a brand new perspective outside the window, be amazed by the moon over the harbour, huge fireworks and light show right in front of you!
Hong Kong Science Park (31 October to 8 November 2015).