The Foreign Correspondents' Club, Hong Kong

Foreign Correspondents' Club

The Foreign Correspondents’ Club, Hong Kong (FCC) is a members-only club popular with journalists and diplomats that shares what used to be the Old Dairy Farm Depot with the Fringe Club arts and performance centre. The brick and stucco low-rise structure was built in 1913 and was used as a cold-storage warehouse for ice and dairy products in the days before refrigerators were ubiquitous household appliances.

The FCC first occupied the structure in 1982 and has invested heavily to accentuate the lasting architectural merit of the building. The interior today, with its dark wood panelling and long bar is a vivid reminder of colonial times and a suitable complement to the colourful and esteemed characters who have made the club their favourite Hong Kong haunt throughout the years.

2 Lower Albert Road, Central, Hong Kong Island
+852 2521 1511
How to get there
  • MTR Central Station, Exit D1. Walk up Wyndham Street and turn left to Lower Albert Road.
  • Take bus 26 from outside Pacific Place in Admiralty.
Remarks: Members only.
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