Budgeting fitness: A guide to Hong Kong gyms for your price range

When it comes to choosing a gym to commit to, everyone should pay careful attention to location, facilities and pricing when making a decision. Some of us need every bit of motivation we can get to keep our gym routine consistent. That’s why we’ve put together a list of Hong Kong gym details so you can make sure your monthly membership investment will produce returns on a healthier body and lifestyle. Compare each gym’s pricing models below to see how they fit into your monthly spending budget.

HKD100-400 per month

Fitness Rooms at the Leisure and Cultural Services Department 

-Price: HKD180 per month

-Details: Get unlimited access to public fitness rooms at sports centers around Hong Kong. To qualify for the monthly ticket, you must either provide proof of previous fitness qualifications from the list here or attend a briefing for a tutorial on gym equipment use, a session that’s organized monthly and must be registered for. Available equipment is usually minimal and can get crowded during peak hours.

-Locations: 75 locations around Hong Kong, Kowloon and New Territories 

Physical Fitness

-Price: around HKD200 per month depending on number of locations

-Details: This chain of gyms has been operating in Hong Kong since 1986. Featuring additional yoga and dance classes, plus three beauty clinic locations in Central, Causeway Bay and Tai Koo, Physical is well known for their affordable membership price and basic but adequate facilities. 

-Locations: 21 locations around Hong Kong, Kowloon and New Territories 

HKD400-800 per month

Goji Studios

-Price: around HKD400-600 per month depending on number of locations and classes included in the package 

-Details: Goji is one of the newer fitness chains to offer an all-around health experience from fitness to wellness to nutrition. Their bright, trendy facilities are aimed towards a younger fitness crowd and include food options catered by YOUNI and wellness services by YOUNIBODY. 

-Locations: Central, Wanchai, Sai Ying Pun, Causeway Bay, Tsim Sha Tsui, Mongkok, Whampoa, Kowloon Bay

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Fitness First

-Price: around HKD600-800 per month depending on length of contract and number of locations

-Details: Fitness First is well equipped with gym facilities, classes and digital training evaluators to keep you on track. Towels and clothing are provided, so forgetting your gym clothes is no excuse to miss out on a session. 

-Locations: Sheung Wan, Central, Wanchai, Causeway Bay, North Point, Fortress Hill, Tsim Sha Tsui and Kwun Tong


-Price: HKD699 per month for 10 classes

-Details: KFit is an app for discovering fitness and wellness activities around your area. The KFit Fitness Pass gives you 10 passes that can be used to redeem classes in different studios around your location. This way you get to try different activities and venues without committing to a long term contract. If you find yourself getting bored of the same fitness routine, this app can help you spice things up while keeping within your budget. 

-Locations: Over 1000+ activities can be booked through KFit around Hong Kong

HKD800-1200 per month

PURE Fitness

-Price: HKD1000-1200 per month depending on number of locations

-Details: PURE is one of the best fitness chains in Hong Kong, with a pricepoint to match. The premium facilities, saunas and Olympian-grade equipment are well worth the membership fees, and the nutrition fuel available at nood food is a pre- or post-workout bonus. 

-Locations: Central, Admiralty, Causeway Bay, Quarry Bay, Repulse Bay, Mongkok

XP Fitness Hub

-Price: HKD1080 per month for 4 classes

-Details: XP Fitness Hub is all about the latest results-focused workouts that don’t conform to the traditional exercise habits. You can expect to sweat it out with bungee ropes, drum sticks, and sessions where pilates meets boxing; anything to keep the body and mind invigorated and active.

-Locations: Central

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Investing in your health and body is always a good idea. Download the gini personal finance app today and sort your money habits to figure out how much you can afford to spend on a gym membership. Depending on what your budget allows, find a fitness model that works for you and your wallet and get started on a more active lifestyle today.

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