The new-look Peak Tower, fresh from a HK$100-million revitalisation project, will officially reopen today. The design has been improved and the tower now features new restaurants and attractions that include an art gallery with grand views over Hong Kong. The Sky Gallery on the viewing terrace will give local artists an opportunity to exhibit their works before an international audience. The gallery's inaugural exhibition, which has been running since the soft opening of the new-look Peak Tower on September 1, features works by the winners of the 'My View of Hong Kong' painting competition, in which students from local primary and special schools were invited to interpret the theme. A panel of judges selected 18 winners from among 262 artworks submitted from nearly 100 schools. Speaking at the prize-giving ceremony on behalf of Hongkong and Shanghai Hotels, which owns The Peak Tower, group general manager for properties and clubs Martyn Sawyer said: 'Our schoolchildren rose to the challenge. They proved that creativity is alive and well in Hong Kong. It was very difficult to reduce the submissions to only 18, and all the children must be congratulated on the high quality of the entries.' Pop singer Fiona Sit, who also attended the prize giving, said: 'The children were very creative in their use of colour combination and medium. I was surprised to see they were drawn by children of such a young age.' Visitors to The Peak Tower can expect a regularly changing showcase of artistic talent at the Sky Gallery. A local photography competition is already in the pipeline and, with 70 per cent of visitors to The Peak Tower coming from overseas, there has never been a better way for Hong Kong artists to reach an international audience. The Sky Gallery extends across both the raised platforms - the east and west wings - which make up the viewing terrace. Those considering visiting on a starry night will not be disappointed. The open-air gallery is housed in a back-lit light box, making it one of the prettiest spots in Hong Kong. State-of-the-art lighting effects also illuminate The Peak Tower at night, and it is the highest elevation night feature of the Hong Kong skyline.