Here’s the answer to a few of the questions that you may have about the Club. If you can’t find the answer here, please email your enquiry to: info@britishclubbangkok.
What are the membership fees and how are they used?
The Joining Fees are set out on the website and are primarily used to increase the cash balance in readiness for future developments. Monthly Subscriptions are used to carry out of the functions of the club, its maintenance, finance sections, events and ensure good value on food and beverages.
Is the Club owned by its members?
Yes. The Club is owned only by its Ordinary and Country members.
Does the Club use social media?
Do I have to be a member to book a function at the Club?
Yes. The Club’s General Committee, however, has discretion to allow certain external functions like wedding, product launches, film shoots to be held on the premises: please email for an appointment to our General Manager, Khun Premrudee Tanyaluck or her Deputy, Tee Bale.
I’m part of a business that would like to work with the Club for reciprocal customer/member benefits – who do I contact?
Please email for an appointment to our General Manager, Khun Premrudee Tanyaluck or her Deputy,Tee Bale.
What is the dress code at the Club?
Before 6pm: smart casual; ie. neat and tidy. For men, a long/short sleeved shirt, polo shirt or subdued round-neck T-shirt is appropriate, along with trousers, smart jeans or tailored shorts. Footwear can be stylish open or closed toe shoes, sandals or trainers. The same attire applies for the ladies but also with smart separates, a dress or business attire. No running shorts, singlets, sleeveless shirts, swim-wear, sporting attire, tracksuits, Capri shorts, flip-flops or slippers, baseball caps, sports caps, bandannas or hats.
After 6pm: smart/business. ie. no shorts and for males no open-toe shoes or sandals. For formal functions at the Club, formal wear, business suits, military uniforms, or national dress is also permitted.
Children at he Verandah should be decently dressed ie. no swim-wear or bare feet.
How do I join a sporting or interest group within the Club?
As a Member, you are welcome to join any sport or game and by marking same on the application form your details are forwarded to the respective section chairmen.
Can I form my own interest group within the Club?
Yes, if it is open to all members and gains General Committee approval.
Is there parking available at the Club?
Yes – we have Members parking, for those arriving from Silom Soi 18. There is also motorcycle and bike parking.
Is there accommodation at the Club?
Not at present.
Where do I go if I have a complaint about staff or facilities at the Club?
At the time please ask to speak to the Duty Manager, Khun Bhudhist Kongrattakul or contact the General Manager, Khun Premrudee Tanyaluck or her Deputy, Tee Bale.
What happens if myself or a family member gets hurt at the Club?
We have trained first-aiders for immediate assistance and staff will call the Duty Manager, Khun Bhudhist Kongrattakul or the General Manager, Khun Premrudee Tanyaluck or her Deputy, Tee Bale, to assess if an ambulance is required. A member is free to call their preferred hospital if necessary.
Does the Club offer members business-centre facilities like printing etc?
We can do photocopying, fax transmissions, and computer printing for Members.
Can I take my dog to the Club?
No – no animals at all are allowed.
How do I make reservations when planning to visit reciprocal clubs?
If you wish to visit a Reciprocal Club ask at Reception or send in an email, for an introductory letter stating the dates that you wish to visit. This will then be issued to you by hand or email and a further copy will be sent to the Club you are visiting. If you wish to reserve tables or accommodation at that club, you must contact that club directly with a copy of the introductory letter. When attending the club please remember to have your membership card and passport available and ahead of visit please check their rules for entry of children and/or guests.