KUALA LUMPUR – Royal Lake Club Kuala Lumpur

Founded in 1890, the Club is centrally located in Kuala Lumpur amidst the luscious and green Lake Gardens in the shadow of Parliament. Recreation and dining facilities include tennis, squash and badminton courts, aerobics room, gym, two swimming pools, billiards room, library, theatre, cigar room, barbershop, hair salon, beauty salon, garden café, bar, casual and formal dining. Open 7 days a week. Letter of introduction required. Guests allowed.

SARAWAK – The Sarawak Club

Established in 1876, The Sarawak Club is situated atop one of the highest points in the heart of Kuching City. Facilities include tennis and squash courts, basketball court, swimming pool and terrace, a steam bath, and a gym. The restaurant specialises in Chinese delicacies, the bar offers casual dining. Open 7 days a week. Letter of introduction and NLC membership card.

SEREMBAN – Royal Sungei Ujong Club

Founded 1887 by British Government representatives and planters, this exclusive Club is the 2nd oldest in West Malaysia and still caters largely to the “crème de la crème”.

PENANG – Penang Club

Founded in 1868, the current Clubhouse was built in 1964. The Club is located  on the seafront in the centre of Georgetown.