With its red-carpeted stairs and marble floor, its swimming pools, ice-skating rink and boat berths, the Aberdeen Marina Club is the playground for the city’s super rich. Membership fees are eye-wateringly high, costing upwards of $3 million a year, but merely a drop in the ocean for some of these luxury boat owners.
For better or worse, Hong Kong has a rich subculture of esoteric groups that like to gather at swanky places. You can be join the party too, but typically only if you meet a very specific set of criteria – the common denominator generally being a healthy bank account.
Unfortunately that rules us out, but that doesn't mean we can't enviously look on and list the best – which in the context of this article really means most famous – members’ clubs.