10 December, 2019
Christmas, What's On HK

Celebrate The Christmas Season With The Best Views In The City

10 December, 2019

Head to the sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck this festive season and enjoy stunning city views, a special afternoon tea and more.

Hong Kong isn’t known to be a city to do things by halves, and the Christmas season is no exception. From mid-November malls and skyscrapers across town are decked out with festive displays and lights, and there’s more than a little festive cheer in the city. So, if you’re looking for something special to do over the holidays, look no further than a sky100 experience. Celebrating the best of Hong Kong and the Christmas season, a stunning view and much more is guaranteed with its special seasonal offers.

As the only indoor observation deck in Hong Kong with 360°panoramic views, whatever the time of the year, sky100 offers up something pretty special. Located on the tallest building in town, the viewing deck gives you access to unbeatable views. At 100 floors up (and 393-metres above sea level!), we can think of few better spots to take in every single Christmas display in the city. And this season, it’s going above and beyond to make your experience even more memorable.

Not only will the observation deck offer the ultimate Hong Kong backdrop for your holiday snaps, but from now until Friday, 7 February 2020, sky100’s “Twinkle Winter in the Sky” campaign is bringing unique ways to celebrate this festive season. Partnering with the Hong Kong Landscape Photography Society to offer professional tips special-effect tools, it’s allowing everyone to be a photographer at sky100 this winter. Up on the deck, guests can enjoy a Little Pro Bag, which features four handy photography tools, including pin lights, bokeh filters, a crystal ball and a hand-held torch to take amazing photos.

sky100 christmas menu

sky100 is also serving an array of seasonal dining deals this December. At Café 100 by The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong an indulgent Christmas Dinner will be on offer on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. Priced at $768 per person, the menu includes dishes such as traditional roast Christmas turkey and a cinnamon Christmas log with passion fruit and bananas. There will also be a special vegetarian menu available to keep non-meaters eaters satisfied.

Twinkle Winter in the Sky at sky100

If you’re looking to treat yourself to a special afternoon tea with a view to match, Café 100 by The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong will also have you covered. The Christmas Afternoon Tea Set Package for Two is priced at $499 until Sunday, 22 December; priced at $609 thereafter). The set not only includes festive savoury delights such as smoked turkey sandwiches with cranberry jam, but a festive fruit cake, chocolate choux, and plain scones with jam and clotted cream will all be on offer.

Those with little ones or family in town for the holidays can also enjoy Sky-high Family Fun Days at sky100. During the festive season on select Sundays and on Christmas Day, there will be a range of fun-filled parent-child activities, such as a Little Magician School, Balloon Stylist School, Creative Painting Workshop and STEAM Santa Robot Car Workshop. On 15 and 22 December, a Family Package for three people only costs $240 (for HKID card holders), and on Christmas Day, the cost of $399. For details and package purchases, see here.

When: Twinkle Winter in the Sky Campaign from now until Friday, 7 February, 2020; Christmas Afternoon Tea Set Package for Two available from now until Thursday, 2 January, 2020 (served between 12pm to 5pm); Christmas Dinner available on Tuesday, 24 and Wednesday, 25 December
Where: 100/F, International Commerce Centre, 1 Austin Road West, Kowloon, Hong Kong
How much: $499 for Christmas Afternoon Tea Set Package for Two (until Sunday, 22 December; priced at $609 thereafter); $768 per person for Christmas Dinner (both packages include standard adult Sky100 tickets)

sky100, 100/F, International Commerce Centre, 1 Austin Road West, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 2613 3888, [email protected], www.sky100.com.hk

Brought to you in partnership with sky100. Images courtesy of sky100.

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