Expat Clubs&Associations, for expats families who want to get out and meet new friends in Hong Kong, we have a list of local clubs
9 April 2014| Last updated on 20 September 2017
Are you new to Hong Kong or looking for a fun activity or to make friends? We have all the information you need regarding clubs, societies and associations that you can join to make your stay in Hong Kong fun, friendly and enjoyable.
St Andrew's Society
Hong Kong St Andrew’s Society, a membership society for Scots in Hong Kong or anyone who has a strong affinity with Scotland.
Contact: Miss Mabel Lau - Administrator - Hong Kong St. Andrew's Society
Address: c/o Communique Ltd, Unit G, 18/F, Seabright Plaza, 9-23 Shell Street, North Point
Tel: (852) 3113 6940
Fax: (852) 2850 5477
St. Patrick's Society
The St Patrick's Society of Hong Kong was established over 80 years ago to provide an association for members of the Irish community and friends of Ireland to celebrate its unique culture and heritage through social gatherings and events.
Hong Kong Highlanders
The Hong Kong Highlanders was founded in 1988. The Society was formed by a group of expatriate Scots in order that they could continue to enjoy and participate in Scottish traditions and to ensure that their children would come to know these same traditions while living away from their native land.
New Zealand Society of Hong Kong
The New Zealand Society of Hong Kong (NZSHK) has been active in Hong Kong since 1957. Its main objectives are to encourage the interests of New Zealand and to promote fellowship among New Zealanders who are resident in Hong Kong by holding a variety of social and cultural events suitable for individuals and families.
The American Club Hong Kong
We are dedicated to being a premier Club in Hong Kong which provides a gathering place for social, recreational, and business activities for Members and their families in a distinctive American atmosphere.
Oxford and Cambridge Society of Hong Kong
The Oxford & Cambridge Society of Hong Kong was set up over forty years ago by alumni of both universities residing in Hong Kong.
Tel: +852 2537 4170
The Singapore Association
The Singapore Association was formed in 1974 by a group of Singaporeans who worked and resided in Hong Kong. After forty years, while some of these pioneers had moved on, some had continued to live and work in Hong Kong.
Address: 26 Harbour Road,Wanchai, Hong Kong
Their goal is to encourage fellowship amongst Hong Kong based Australians and people with an interest in Australia by creating opportunities for the Australian community and their friends to get the most out of Hong Kong.
Address: Unit 8, 8/F., Kuo Wah Building, 340 - 342 Hennessy Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong
Tel: +852 2530 4461
Fax: +852 2530 4497
The Spanish Society Hong Kong
La Sociedad Hispanica de Hong Kong has been established for over 50 years in Hong Kong. The society was formed for people with an interest in Spanish language and culture.
The Swiss Association
The Swiss Association of Hong Kong (SAHK), founded over 60 years ago, serves as a focal point for the local Swiss community to socialize, foster friendships, conduct business networking, and meet and engage in activities of common interest.
The Hong Kong Polish Society
Currently they have almost 150 Members of Polish People and of Polish origin who are in Hong Kong.
The Hong Kong Club
A prestigious private Members Club in the heart of Central providing a sanctuary with a tradition of excellence in food, wine and service.
Address: 1 Jackson Road, Central, Hong Kong
Tel: (852) 2978 9500
Fax: (852) 2868 4655
Royal Geographical Society Hong Kong
The branch shares the same aims as the Society. It provides a forum where members can regularly meet and listen to leading local and international speakers from the world of geography and related sciences, exploration, travel, research, the environment and conservation.
Tel: (852) 2583 9700
Hong Kong Gardening Society
The Hong Kong Gardening Society was founded in the autumn of 1984 to help newcomers with an interest in gardening to understand local plants and growing conditions.
Address: c/o G/F, 46 Peel Street, Central, Hong Kong
Hong Kong Line Dancing Association
Founded in early 1998 by Ms. Lina Choi, the Hong Kong Line Dancing Association was the first organization in Hong Kong to promote and instruct traditional line dancing classes.
Contact: Lina Choi
Tel: (852) 9161 5030
American Community Theatre (ACT)
We are a registered not for profit Hong Kong society. We typically produce 3-4 shows a year (including but not restricted to a drama, a comedy, a family show and a fundraiser).
Fax: +852 37407144
Hong Kong Toastmasters
Toastmasters is a worldwide non-profit-making educational organization founded in 1924 dedicated to improving its members' communication and leadership skills.
Hong Kong Players – Theatre In The Community
The longest running community theatre group in Hong Kong. A dynamic and vibrant theatre company that endeavours to bring excellent theatre to our audiences.
Rotary Club of Hong Kong
On 20th March 1930, Honorary General Commissioner Rtn James W. Davidson wrote to Rotary International concerning the promotion of a Rotary Club in Hong Kong.
Meeting held at: The Hong Kong Bankers Club - 43/F Gloucester Tower, The Landmark, Central, Hong Kong.
Hong Kong Philatelic Society
Locally, our Philatelic Society is active in promoting stamp collecting as a hobby as well as raising local standard of exhibiting by supporting Hong Kong Post's Inter-School Stamp Exhibits Competition.
President: William C.Y. Kwan
Tel: 2847 7865
Craigengower Cricket Club
C.C.C. was founded in Hong Kong in 1894 and is now the second oldest cricket club in Hong Kong.
The Club grew from strength to strength during the past years, from a membership of less than 200 in the old days to more than 2,600 families today.
Address: 188 Wong Nai Chung Road, Happy Valley, Hong Kong
Tel: 2577 8331
Fax: 2890 5501
Hong Kong Lacrosse Association
Lacrosse was first introduced in to Hong Kong by a British professor teaching at the University of Hong Kong. The Hong Kong Lacrosse Association was then founded in 1993 by a group of graduates from the University and is the governing body of lacrosse in Hong Kong.
Hong Kong Cricket Association
Today, cricket is fully-fledged sport that is professionally administered by the Hong Kong Cricket Association and subverted by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department.
Address: Room 1019, Olympic House, 1 Stadium Path, So Kon Po, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
Phone: +852 2504 8103
Fax: +852 25778486
Orienteering Association of Hong Kong
They established in 1981 and responsible for developing and promoting orienteering.
Address: Room 1014, Olympic House, 1 Stadium Path, Causeway Bay, HONG KONG
Phone: (852)-2504-8112, (852)-2504-8111
Hong Kong Fencing Association
The Hong Kong Amateur Fencing Association was founded in 1949 and later affiliated to the International Fencing Federation and the British Empire Fencing Federation (now the Commonwealth Fencing Federation).
Address: RM 1011, Olympic House, 1 Stadium Path, So Kon Po, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
Tel: (+852) 2504 8106
Fax: (+852) 2577 5299
Hong Kong Hockey Association
The Hong Kong Hockey Association (HKHA) was founded in 1933.
Address: Administration Block, 1/F, King's Park Hockey Ground, 6 Wylie Road, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Tel: (852) 2782-4932
Fax: (852) 2384-0535
Hong Kong Amateur Athletics Association
The Hong Kong Amateur Athletic Association (HKAAA) previously known as the Hong Kong Amateur Track and Field Association (HKATFA), was founded in 1951 by a group of enthusiastic volunteers and has since become the governing body for Athletics, including Track & Field, Distance Running and Race Walking in Hong Kong.
Address: Room 2015, Olympic House, 1 Stadium Path, So Kon Po, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
Tel: (852) 2504 8215
Fax: (852) 2577 5392
Kowloon Cricket Club
The KCC means many things to many different members. To some it is a place to enjoy one’s preferred sport and recreational facilities and socialise with fellow members.
Address: 10 Cox’s Road Kowloon Hong Kong
Tel: (852) 3473-7000
Fax: (852) 2311-1432
Hong Kong Gaelic Athletic Association
Hong Kong Gaelic Football Club are always looking for new members to join, young or old, guys or girls, and of whatever ability.
Hong Kong Amateur Swimming Association
Hong Kong Amateur Swimming Association (“HKASA”) was founded in early 1950 by the President, Mr. A. de O. Sales, and it took part for the first time in the Olympic Games in Helsinki 1952 with four swimmers.
Address: 133 Hoi Bun Road, 9/F Unit L MG Tower, Kwun Tong, Kowloon
Tel: 2572 8594 / 2572 8524
Fax: 2591 0792
Hong Kong Football Club
As one of the finest sporting clubs in Asia, Hong Kong Football Club boasts superb facilities across a broad spectrum of competitive and recreational sports.
Address: 3 Sports Road, Happy Valley, Hong Kong
Tel: (852) 2830 9500
Fax: (852) 2882 5040
American Women's Association
Founded in 1956, the American Women's Association of Hong Kong (AWA) is a non-profit, charitable organization. As a voluntary organization of women, we support Hong Kong charities and schools through community service and monetary grants while also providing educational and social activities for our members.
Address: Office No 5, 11th Floor, Arion Commercial Centre, No 2-12 Queen’s Road West, Hong Kong (Nearest MTR Station Exit: Sheung Wan A2)
Tel: +852 2527 2961/2
Fax: +852 2865 7737
The Hong Kong Women's Choir
The Hong Kong Women’s Choir is a registered charitable organization, founded by a group of dedicated women, international and Hong Kong, with a common love of singing.
Ladies Recreation Club
In 1883, Mrs. Louisa Coxon and eighteen others wrote a letter to the Acting Colonial Secretary, the Honorable F. Stewart, requesting a “small piece of ground for the purpose of health and recreation”. The proposal was accepted and marked the birth of the Ladies' Recreation Club.
10 Old Peak Road, Hong Kong
Tel: 3199 3500
Fax: 2840 1478
Heels and Deals
Heels & Deals is the global community of female entrepreneurs. Members network online, here on our website, and in-person at our events.
Kassia Women's Choir
Kassia Women's Choir was set up by Bethan Greaves in April 2003 to cater for the many women in Hong Kong who love a good sing-along to their favourite tunes. Active membership currently stands at around 70, with women from all walks life including teachers and lawyers, journalists and mothers.
Ladies’ Circle Hong Kong (LCHK) is an international service organisation for women of all nationalities and backgrounds living in Hong Kong. We are a full member country of the Ladies’ Circle International.
YWCA - English Speaking Members Department
“Our signature course ‘atHOME’ aimed specifically at newcomers to Hong Kong helps you get the most of this great city whilst meeting other newcomers.”
Tel: +852 3476 1340
Fax: 3476 1346
Hong Kong Netball Association
In Hong Kong, there are approximately 1,200 people playing the game of netball at various levels. The Hong Kong Netball League has 6 divisions and runs from October to April every year.
Address: Room 1016, Olympic House, 1 Stadium Path, So Kon Po, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
Tel: (852) 2504 8208
Fax: (852) 2577 5694