Hong Kong’s newest tourist attraction is open to the public

Hong Kong’s newest tourist attraction is open to the public

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Steeped in over 50 years of heritage and home to Hong Kong ’s largest shopping centre, Harbour City has always strived to grow hand in hand with Hong Kong. Located at the rooftop of Ocean Terminal new extension building of Harbour City, the Observatory Deck named “Ocean Terminal Deck” is now open to the public for free. It is a five-storey complex situated at the end of Ocean Terminal and surrounded by the sea with its prime location extending to the centre of Victoria Harbour.

The new building was designed by Foster + Partners, an internationally renowned architecture firm, with the aim of turning it into the new icon of Hong Kong by maximizing the geographic advantages of Harbour City to allow the public to enjoy the harbour views from different angles. The Observatory Deck, “Ocean Terminal Deck“, on the rooftop is now open to visitors for free for the enjoyment of Hong Kong views. Built alongside the sea with 270-degree panorama of Victoria Harbour overlooking the breathtaking views of Hong Kong Island and Kowloon, it has become the best venue to enjoy Hong Kong’s sunset and evening views, and will certainly be a new iconic landmark and tourist attraction of Hong Kong.

Tenants of this extension building are mainly dining outlets, each with stunning harbour views and alfresco dining area enabling customers to enjoy the glamorous views of Victoria Harbour while savouring high-quality global cuisines.

5 restaurants are currently in service, namely Hexa (Guangdong), Tsukada Nojo (Japanese), Xi He Ya Yuan (Beijing), Paper Moon (Italian) and ANA Ten (Japanese) and 2 restaurants are scheduled to open within 2017, which are A Nu Retrouvez-vous (French) and Fu Rong (Sichuan). The remaining 4 restaurants will also be in service within 2018 aiming to offer more diverse international culinary delights to satisfy customer needs.