When the Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club built its first headquarters on Oil Street in 1908, the Arts and Crafts-style complex was located on the shores of Victoria Harbour — as you might expect. But the waterfront is always shifting in Hong Kong and the historic clubhouse now sits a few hundred metres inland. The yacht club long ago moved elsewhere, but its birthplace now has a new lease on life as a community leisure space and a cultural landmark in Hong Kong — Oi!. In addition to the original red-bricked Grade II historic building, this community art space now features a public open space of over 3,000 square metres and a new two-storey building incorporating an exhibition and multipurpose venue.
*** Some attractions and facilities may be temporarily closed due to the current health precautions. Please check their respective websites before you visit.***