Sky100 turns into a place reminiscent of old Hong Kong

Hong Kong's night view is among the best in the world. The Sun Hung Kai-owned sky100, best known as a landmark for tourists to enjoy the stunning view of Victoria Harbour, is changing its face and exudes a sense of traditional Hong Kong.

Themed "sky100 · 100% True Hong Kong", the exhibition features 100 hand-picked stories, some of which are not well-known among Hong Kong people, and are transformed into a 28-metre-long story wall to tell the story of Hong Kong.

The observatory also offers a guided tour, in collaboration with Walk in Hong Kong and the Institute of Active Ageing of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University. Led by native senior citizens, the tour will tell the tale of Hong Kong's changes and unique stories over the decades.

"Tourists are now looking for more local experiences. Hong Kong is a city where east meets west, it's unique history and cultures are appealing to tourists. Through "sky100 · 100% True Hong Kong", we would like to combine the view of the harbour and interesting local stories to let Hong Kong people and tourists have a deeper insight of the city," said Stella Wong, general manager of sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck

Other activities include large-sized props showcasing daily lives of old Hong Kong, and a photo competition. The campaign has begun and is running until 2 September.