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Members of major travel organizations present at the recent media briefing included, Hong Kong Association of China Travel Organisers Secretary General Chan Lup-chi, Hong Kong Japanese Tour Operators Association Chairman Gianna Hsu and Hong Kong Tourism Board Greater China Trade Services Senior Manager Priscilla Poon.

Sky100 Soft Opening in April 2011 | Only Observation Deck Offering 360-Degree Views of Hong Kong

The operators of Sky100 declared the only vantage point in Hong-kong

to provide a view of the city might have a soft launch in April 2011. The observation deck is about the floor of International Commerce Centre (ICC) created by Sun Hung Kai Properties; the tallest building in Hong-kong.

Sky100 will offer unparalleled, 360 degree views of the planet’s longest and most amazing city skyline* and give guests an entertaining and enlightening new traveling experience. The amazing views will undoubtedly be complemented by means of an array of multi media displays and entrancing 3-D projections that supply a complete perspective on the city’s culture and background. A centre staffed by ambassadors will offer visitors local travel tips, and there will be interactive technology in order that people may program tailor made sightseeing itineraries.

Sky100 General Manager Elaine Tsui explained that the total setup features more than 20 attractions. She said: “As another best tourist place in Hong-kong, Sky100 is likely to welcome 3,000 to 5,000 local and international guests daily. We have considered entry fees in the whole world’s leading observation decks, our operating costs and local tourist market feedback in establishing our admission prices, and we believe they may be competitive. We’re certain that guests will find Sky100 a rewarding and unforgettable experience!”

The opening of sky100 will come with free visits for charities and local non-governmental organizations next January, plus provide admission for Hong Kong citizens initially.

Sky100 is on the tallest building in Hong Kong, the 100th floor of the ICC as well as the fourth tallest on earth. As an award winning educated and green architectural icon, ICC will also entice tourists and locals. “We are proud to be located in ICC, which enables visitors to enjoy a dramatic high-elevation view of the city and understand Hong Kong from a brand new perspective,” added Ms Tsui.

Hong Kong Travel Industry Council Chairman Michael Wu said: Its panoramic day and evening views of Hong Kong as well as the city’s iconic Victoria Harbour are confident to be tremendously appealing to tourists, and also the multimedia exhibits on Hong Kong’s history and culture will be of great interest.”

Booking for Sky100 will begin on the official website in April 2011, and booked tickets will be available for collection from dispensing devices in ICC. Guests will likewise have the ability to purchase tickets in the ticket center. more info.

* According toWorld’s Best Skylines

Source: Sky100

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