The British Club Bangkok has a Reciprocal Club Network of over 430 Clubs in 59 countries and territories across the World.
TO VISIT A RECIPROCAL CLUB
British Club Members, who are fully paid up and not on the Absent List, should:
- Send an email to the reception:
- Detailing the club you wish to visit
- The dates you wish to visit – most clubs allow a maximum of 30 days in one year but check with the club listing
- Requesting a Letter of Introduction.
- The Introductory Letter will be sent to the club requested and copied to you.
Please retain the copy of the Letter of Introduction for registration upon arrival at the reciprocal club. You will need your passport, British Club Bangkok Membership Card, and a means of payment.
- Any accommodation or table bookings should be made direct to the reciprocal club.
- Each reciprocal club has its own rules on dress code and guests. Please check with them – do not presume their rules will be the same as ours.
ARE YOU PLANNING TO VISIT US FROM A RECIPROCAL CLUB?
- Sawasdee Krap!
- Please ask your club to email to us the Letter of Introduction, which should include your name and dates of use requested.
- Please enter our Club in the first instance at the Silom Road Soi 18 entrance, where our security staff will guide you to reception to process your temporary member card. Please have your passport and a credit card with you – please note that we do not accept cash.
- You will be free to use your temporary member card to book any facility or consume Food & Beverage in any outlet – please let our serving staff register your card in each location used. Your credit card will be charged at the completion of your visit.
- A Duty Manager is always available if you need any help.
WOULD YOUR CLUB LIKE TO JOIN OUR RECIPROCAL CLUB NETWORK?
The British Club Bangkok welcomes reciprocation with similar member clubs around the world. As a general rule:
- We welcome member-owned and member-run clubs.
- We adopt reciprocity in facility usage and prices – we do not reciprocate with any club that surcharges reciprocal members, or charges them in any way different from its own members.
- The General Committee is happy to receive reciprocation requests at its monthly meetings.