A Comparison of Hong Kong's Three Fitness Sharing Apps | Liv



The gist: GuavaPass comes to Hong Kong via Singapore. It’s also got branches in Bangkok, Shanghai, Dubai and Melbourne, with more cities to come. Getting a membership in one country grants you access to all locations. 

The cost: $899 per month

What else: “GuavaPerks” scores you invites to exclusive events, community classes, workshops, talks and discounts from GuavaPass partners.


KFIT Fitness for Everyone

The gist: A fitness sharing platform and app that originated in Malaysia, KFit has a huge range of classes from some 466 venue partners. Many are smaller studios outside of Hong Kong Island. #KFithappyhour lets you meet and socialise with other KFitters.

The cost: $499 per month

What else: Everyone is entitled
to one KFit class per month for free, no credit card required. And, if you refer a friend, you get money off your following month’s subscription.

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The gist: Hong Kong’s homegrown fitness sharing platform, Class Cruiser focuses on driving users to local fitness enterprises. It has a “friends” section where you can see what classes your buddies have booked.

The cost: $899 per month.

What else: Its app is launching soon, which will make booking into a class even easier. A full list of venue partners can be found online, no sign-in required.

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