A CAMPAIGN is to be launched to let visitors to the SAR's tallest building - scheduled for completion in 2003 or 2004 - have a unique and cheap view of the city. Next month district board members will be asked to petition developers of the proposed $400 million MTR tower on the Central reclamation to include a viewing area at the top - the 88th floor - charging only a small entrance fee. Unlike tall buildings in other large cities Hong Kong harbour front towers have no observation decks. The building's developers said work on the massive tower, designed by architect Cesar Pelli, could start in April next year, but could not confirm there would be a public viewing area. The latest design has the outside clad in tinted glass held in pearl white mounting, a style intended to reflect Hong Kong's image as the Pearl of the Orient. Central and Western District Board member Kam Nai-wai said he would ask colleagues to approach developers Central Waterfront Property Project Management, a joint venture between Sun Hung Kai and Henderson Land. 'Hong Kong people have a right to go to the top of the building as they will have given up their view of the Peak,' he said. Last year the Town Planning Board was criticised for ignoring height restrictions in giving permission for the building, even though it would block the view of Victoria Peak from Tsim Sha Tsui. Mr Kam wants entrance to the viewing deck to cost no more than $30.