Portraits From sky100 Hong Kong Observation Desk

awesome sky100 hong kong observation deck

Traveljunkieindonesia.com – I am so excited to tell you all about this portraits.

Oh my, I was kidnapped by Tigerair Mandala to another place that travel junkies shouldn’t miss in Hong Kong is sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck. VIP member come this way…

Developed by Sun Hung Kai Properties (SHKP), sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck is located on the 100th floor of ICC, the tallest building in Hong Kong.

At 393 metres above sea level, it is the only indoor observation deck in Hong Kong offering 360-degree views of the sea territory and its famous Victoria Harbour and complemented by a well-connected transportation network and world-class shopping mall.

memory lane I (3D projection exhibition), 1st part of the memory lane is a 6 metres sculptured device with 360 degree stereoscopic projection, showing the changes of hong kong over the last 100 years in six major aspects

memory lane II (time tunnnel), the second part of the memory lane is the time tunnel which is more than 6 metres long, composed of led light effects and ink painting large video projection on both sides. one side shows major landmarks on hong kong island and the other includes those of the kowloon peninsula, brings travel junkies the shocking experience of the hong kong version of the riverside scene at qingming festival. by showing years of completion of each of the buildings with gentle swing music, travel junkies can experience how hong kong changes from a small fishing village from the year 1858 to today cosmopolitan city.

light box display, travel junkies can also identify major landmarks and key buildings in hong kong via the light box display in front of the window

It also features Hong Kong’s fastest double-deck high-speed elevators that reach the 100th floor in just 60 seconds.

sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck features various multi-media exhibits that introduce tourist attractions in Hong Kong.

It is also the preferred venue for cultural, art and entertainment events, confirming its status as the city’s latest dazzling landmark.

a travel junkie family with advanced telescope

the advanced telescope equipped with four different build-in viewing modes. the live mode enables travel junkies to view the real time environment using a high definition camera that will not be distorted. the sunny mode, which is perfect for a rainy or foggy day, allows travel junkies to see the sunny view of the city. the time lapse mode allows you to enjoy the beautiful sunrises and sunsets at any time, and finally, the fireworks mode presents the firework displays over victoria harbour during new year

day time notice from north view

magnificent day and night view

For magnificent day and night view; East – the world renowned Victoria Harbour view and landmarks on both sides of coastline.

South – commercial core to show Hong Kong as a global financial centre. Travel junkies can experience this cosmopolitan city via the several world-famous buildings located on Central District.

West – boundless sea views, travel junkies can look far into the mega infrastructure of Hong Kong’s land, sea and air transport, and to enjoy the romantic sunsets.

North – showcase Hong Kong’s local culture and the uniqueness of Hong Kong densely populated.

a new service to announce the daily sunset time. travel junkies can enjoy the best sunset views without delay

a travel junkie skate style at 3D international commerce centre (ICC), the tallest building in hong kong

a travel junkie on the 3D rickshaw that symbolises hong kong’s history and can-do spirit

To celebrate its 2nd anniversary, sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck is proud to present its “Sky-high Summer 3D Wonderland” from 1 July to 1 September 2013.

I was sure if this was the best way to remember. It was COOOOOOOOOL!

It was definitely a fantastic experience!

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