The Foreign Correspondents’ Club is probably the most famous press club in the world. Housed in a beautiful and historic central location and formed in China during the turbulent war-torn 1940s by a small group of foreign journalists who wanted a club house to meet, the FCC moved to Hong Kong from Shanghai in 1949 and has been at its current historic grade 2 listed Ice House location since 1982.
The Helena May is a Club for women which also welcomes male associate members. It was established in 1916 by Lady Helena May who was the wife of the Governor, Sir Henry May, with the object of promoting the welfare of women and girls in Hong Kong and is centrally located on Hong Kong Island in a colonial style building. Closed Sundays & public holidays.
Established 1904 as an oasis of green in the heart of Kowloon’s concrete jungle. Facilities include, restaurant, main bar, coffee shop and various sports including badminton, basketball, cricket, snooker, bowling, aerobics, squash, tennis, swimming, fitness centre & sauna.