Highest observatory in Southeast Asia set to open to the public

Vietnam’s tallest building, Landmark 81, is poised to open its observatory to both visitors and residents as of April 28.

Highest observatory in Southeast Asia set to open to the public

Landmark 81 SkyView is expected to be inaugurated and open to visitors from 13:00 on April 28. The observatory is located on the uppermost floors of the building and those visiting will have the opportunity to savour a panoramic view of HCM City at a height of nearly 383 metres.

Highest observatory in Southeast Asia set to open to the public

From the observatory, visitors will be able to savour scenic views of the city at different times throughout the day

Highest observatory in Southeast Asia set to open to the public

Visitors can enjoy the sight of popular tourist attractions such as the Sai Gon river and Nha Rang wharf from a fresh angle

Highest observatory in Southeast Asia set to open to the public

The opening of SkyTouch is expected to provide visitors with a sense of flying in the sky. It will undoubtedly become a popular check-in point for many young people

Highest observatory in Southeast Asia set to open to the public

Landmark 81, the tallest building in Southeast Asia and situated next to the Sai Gon river, is inspired from the image of a traditional bamboo branch and has quickly developed into a new symbol for the city.

Highest observatory in Southeast Asia set to open to the public

Workers are hard at work putting the finishing touches to the observatory

Highest observatory in Southeast Asia set to open to the public

The observatory looks set to become an attractive destination for both local and foreign visitors

 

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