The Foreign Correspondents' Club Hong Kong is a membership-based club that provides a place for journalists from all over the world to gather, have a drink, eat and chat. The press conference is located in the north wing of a low-rise brick building. The building's predecessor was the office of the old milk company. In the early days when refrigerators had not yet become common household equipment, this was a cold storage warehouse for ice and dairy products; while the south wing of the building was another The venue of a group fringe club. The Foreign Correspondents' Club Hong Kong has been stationed here since 1982 and has invested heavily in the preservation of the building. The interior of the building is decorated with dark wood and equipped with long bar tables, vividly presenting the leisurely atmosphere of the colonial era. The Foreign Correspondents' Club Hong Kong is a membership-based club house located in a first-class historical building.
We do not yet have the details of the barrier-free facilities for this attraction. You are welcome to follow the template and email the relevant information to [email protected] so that we can supplement this part of the information.
The location of the meeting place is a first-class historical building, plus it only entertains members, there are no barrier-free facilities, and the wheelers can only visit outside