VIP Lifestyle Membership provides international passport access to Celebrity Fitness in Indonesia, Thailand and Philippines, while Dual Brand Lifestyle membership provides international passport access to Fitness First and Celebrity Fitness clubs for up to a total of 30 visits per calendar year. Kindly visit celebrityfitness.asia for list of countries covered for international passport access.
All new joiners need to pay one time Start Up Fee depending on the membership plan.
All memberships are bound by the club terms and conditions.
All membership rates are inclusive of 6% SST.
Terms & Conditions
Existing members may convert to corporate membership plan after a period of three months from the start of their memberships. Conversion is only allowed once the above minimum requirement to open a corporate account is met. A fresh minimum commitment period will be required upon conversion. Any downgrade of membership plan will be charged RM149.00 per transaction.
If members wish to cancel their gym membership for any reason whilst within their minimum commitment period, they are required to submit a written notice at the club by giving one full calendar’s month notice. A penalty fee will be applied based on the number of months remaining in their membership commitment.
A current Celebrity Fitness corporate member’s spouse may enjoy the standard corporate discount. A proof of marriage e.g. Marriage certificate or equivalent is required for verification.
A corporate member will be able to freeze after the period of 3 months from the start of membership and during that period the member will be charged RM40.00 per month. Freezing month does not count towards the minimum commitment period.
Please quote Malaysian Institute of Accountants and present the MIA e-Card to enjoy the benefit.
Anilyn Bernardo-Pajegal/ Corporate Account Executive – Celebrity Fitness, Chi Fitness, Fire Fitness & Fitness First
Unit 33-01, Level 33, Tower A, The Vertical, Avenue 3, Bangsar South City,
No.8 Jalan Kerinchi, 59200 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
The use of the word ‘Accountant’
In Malaysia, the word ‘Accountant’ is protected as provided for under the provisions of the Accountants Act 1967 which states that no one can hold himself out or practise as an Accountant unless he is registered as a member of the Malaysian Institute of Accountants.
‘The Malaysian Institute of Accountants is committed to the observance and practice of the highest ethical standards of the accountancy profession. All PC holders are reminded that under the MIA By-Laws (On Professional Ethics, Conduct And Practice), no person shall practice or hold out anything on audit/tax services without a license approved by the Ministry of Finance. Every PC holder is therefore expected to comply fully with Section B200.1 to B200.6 of the MIA By-Laws (On Professional Ethics, Conduct And Practice) failing which, you may be held liable for unprofessional conduct and disciplinary action may be taken against you.’