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Listings of private clubs in Hong Kong. While most of these clubs tend to have a long waiting list, they usually have corporate debentures that are traded in the secondary markets.

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Aberdeen Boat Club

A boat club in the Aberdeen district which allow yachting enthusiasts and sports fishermen to enjoy access to the seas off the southern side of Hong Kong Island. Membership information can be found here .

Aberdeen Marina Club

Located in Wong Chuk Hang near Aberdeen, club facilities include resort style health and beauty facilities, sports facilities, six multi-concept restaurants, family activity areas and a full service marina facility in Hong Kong.

American Club Hong Kong

One of Hong Kong's largest private clubs, The American Club has two locations - the Town Club in Central and the Country Club in Tai Tam. Extensive dining, social and sporting facilities.

Clearwater Bay Golf & Country Club

Clearwater Bay Golf & Country Club is a members-only club that features a swimming pool, racket courts, gym, spa, shops and restaurants, a 9-hole executive golf course, and an 18-hole main golf course. The executive golf course is open to visitors ...

Craigengower Cricket Club

Along with its cricket field, the club has a variety of sports, leisure and recreational facilities.

All who are interested in playing cricket in Hong Kong are required to register with HKCA.

One of the oldest sports clubs in Hong Kong, and one of the first cricket clubs outside of England. A separate sports membership is available to those who are interested in playing on a team.

Hong Kong Cricket Club

The Cricket Club recently celebrated its 160th anniversary, and with over 2000 members its popularity is only growing. The club is situated at the cross roads between the city and the south side of the island, and facilities include a swimming pool, fitne ...

Based in Fanling and Deep Water Bay, the club has one of the largest ladies' sections in Hong Kong. It also hosts the prestigious Hong Kong Open.

The premiere horse racing organization in Hong Kong.

With 530 members the Indian Recreation Club isn’t the largest club in HK, but it is arguably one of the best values you’ll find. Facilities include a bar and lounge, a dining room serving Indian and Chinese food, a sports lounge, a gym, card and mahjong r ...

Ladies Recreation Club

The Ladies Recreation Club is not just for ladies. With tennis courts and indoor and outdoor pools, a movie gallery and library, a playroom and a bowling alley, a sports hall and a sports bar, LRC has everything you could possibly need in a club, plus a m ...

Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club

There are few clubs that can compare with the Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club’s facilities when it comes to sailing. With its base on Kellett Island in Causeway Bay, and satellite locations on Middle Island in Deep Water, and Shelter Cove in Sai Kung, the Yach ...

  Most people know the SCAA for its expansive bowling facilities (which are open to the public), and its roof top open air bbq pit/bar area. SCAA’s facilities, activities and services also include basketball, softball, swimming, an indoor shooting range, ...

For a gym experience without the glitz, try SCAA. $2700 for an annual membership that includes access to sauna and facilities.

The Foreign Correspondents’ Club

  “First-class yet cost effective” is perhaps the most apt way to describe the FCC’s facilities. Including a bar, several restaurants, a small gym, and a reading/writing room where you’ll find hardworking journalists polishing up their articles, there’s ...

The Fringe Club

In the 30 years since established, the Fringe Club has become a vibrant contemporary arts space where artists create and show their work, and those who enjoy the arts come to meet and see shows. Facilities for exhibitions and performances here are offe ...

The Hong Kong Football Club

The Hong Kong Football Club, besides being the city’s premier sporting club is also one of its more affordable private membership clubs. Begun in 1886 as a rugby centric association, the Football Club is situated in the heart of Happy Valley, just beside ...

The Jockey Club

    The Jockey Club, also known as Hong Kong’s largest tax-payer, has its hand in every facet of   Hong Kong business permissible by law, not to mention all number of charities and not-for-profit   organizations. With over 13,000 full members the Jo ...