Time Out says
Not everyone has a conducive environment at home to work from – so a quiet co-working space is a safe alternative. Nestled in the heart of Mohamed Sultan Road in the former Nan Chiau Girl's School, Crane Club is a gorgeously-designed space with a focus on wellness and sustainability. It's dubbed as a "social space and community for grown-ups," designed to be a supportive environment where like-minded individuals gather for social and professional interaction and exchange.
Stepping in, you'll find a scene from your Pinterest dreams. The space is punctuated with beautifully patterned rugs, light wood furnishings, and softly hued walls contrasting against the grey flooring. There's a living area, library, shared working space, an event floor that has hosted everything from art workshops to yoga classes. The club's in-house florist ensure that there are always fresh blooms to brighten up the space every day. Members can also head to Mercato for delicious bakes by Kura Patisserie, as well as resident bar In Bad Company for a cold pint of craft beer.
Additionally, Crane also hosts daily wellness sessions such as guided meditation classes, daily mat workouts, and even new moon liberation dance sessions and gong sound baths for members. So you can definitely keep your mental health in check.
Crane's yearly subscription starts at $540 to $1800 a year. Members enjoy perks including complimentary fitness classes, discounts on workshops and activities, a co-working space and business centre with concierge, affordable F&B options, changing room and shower, therapy services including massage, and use of the library.
46 Kim Yam Rd
|Opening hours:||Mon-Sat 9am-9pm; Sun 9am-6pm|
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