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Monkey Tree English Learning Center was established in Hong Kong in 2009. There are currently 48 different locations spread across Hong Kong, with several more in 5 cities in China and Macau. Since its inception, Monkey Tree has grown to become perhaps the largest supplementary English provider for children between the ages 3-12. Our goal is to infuse a Westernized environment into our different locations to give children an opportunity to not only learn English the native way, but also to develop intellectually, socially, physically, and emotionally.

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Zhuhai, which directly translates to ‘Pearl Sea’, is one of the most southern cities of mainland China, bordering Jiangmen to the west, Zhongshan to the north, and bustling Macau to the south.


With nicknames such as the city for lovers, the Chinese Riviera and the city of a hundred islands, it is no surprise that it is known for its long stretching coastline, tropical vegetation, and various accessible islands.  Zhuhai began as one of the original Special Economic Zones of China, which was established in the 1980s. Traditionally a Cantonese-speaking region within the Guangdong Province, Zhuhai is now known for having a primarily Mandarin speaking population. Due to Zhuhai’s growing popularity for leisure and tourism, there is currently a Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau bridge under construction, which is scheduled to be opening within the next year, making it an even more accessible city.  
 

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Wanzai Seafood Street

This famous 500m long street, provides all types of fresh, live marine creatures from over 120 different seafood stalls. From these, people may purchase their favorites and then choose which local restaurant they want to cook it at. Restaurants range and serve their dishes in various different ways, providing to all varied palettes.

Yeli Island

Yeli Island is just one of the many beautiful islands of Zhuhai, nicknamed City Hill and Sea Scenic Park. Recently re-vamped with new facilities and .25 km of landscape architecture, it certainly meets these nicknames. Some of the key natural splendors that Yeli provides are rolling hills, lush lawns, forested areas and the city landmark; Zhuhai Opera House.

Chimelong Ocean Kingdom

Part of the Chimelong International Ocean Resort, this marine theme park is currently aiming to become the ‘Orlando of China’. Various attractions consist of amusement rides, roller coasters, animal shows, and the world’s largest oceanarium for viewing. Currently, the theme park holds 5 Guinness World Records.

Imperial Hot Spring Resort

China’s very first Japanese-style, open-air hot spring resort serves as a relaxing spot for both tourists and locals alike. The resort provides multifunctional open-air hot springs and pools of various types and features. Accommodation-wise, the resort contains 65 lux guest rooms and suites of various types to meet all different guests’ needs.

Nightlife - Shuiwan Bar Street

Quite new to the area due to the growing western influence on the city is the bustling Shuiwan Bar Street. With a warmly lit European style, the street consists of a tree-lined patio which provides plenty of outdoor seating for the various cafes, pubs and themed bars. Some of the well-noted locations here are:

88 (Ba Ba)
Being the first bar on the corner of the street, 88 tends to be the most popular bar in the city itself. Join the locals and play rounds of dice, learning various drinking games. Holding the popularity that it does, this bar is open to enter until 5am, 7 days a week.


Cohiba
Enjoy the outdoor seating area of this pub and take a break from the electronic music of the louder bars through live music and calmer atmosphere.


La Bohemia
This bar being the first on the street when arriving from the North East, holds Latin dance parties every Friday night. It also hosts a wide selection of Portuguese and other Mediterranean foods, cocktails and wines.


Casa Pepe
For a quieter, more subtle location for a glass of wine to catch up with friends, this bar also serves as a spot for fine dining.

 

1520 Bar
Fancy some more dancing and an opportunity to sing? Find this bar walking down towards the ocean. Similar to our previously mentioned bar 88, 1520 Bar has karaoke and KTV rooms to offer in its upstairs sections.

 

Nightlife - Shuiwan Bar Street

Quite new to the area due to the growing western influence on the city is the bustling Shuiwan Bar Street. With a warmly lit European style, the street consists of a tree-lined patio which provides plenty of outdoor seating for the various cafes, pubs and themed bars. Some of the well-noted locations here are:

88 (Ba Ba)
Being the first bar on the corner of the street, 88 tends to be the most popular bar in the city itself. Join the locals and play rounds of dice, learning various drinking games. Holding the popularity that it does, this bar is open to enter until 5am, 7 days a week.


Cohiba
Enjoy the outdoor seating area of this pub and take a break from the electronic music of the louder bars through live music and calmer atmosphere.


La Bohemia
This bar being the first on the street when arriving from the North East, holds Latin dance parties every Friday night. It also hosts a wide selection of Portuguese and other Mediterranean foods, cocktails and wines.


Casa Pepe
For a quieter, more subtle location for a glass of wine to catch up with friends, this bar also serves as a spot for fine dining.

 

1520 Bar
Fancy some more dancing and an opportunity to sing? Find this bar walking down towards the ocean. Similar to our previously mentioned bar 88, 1520 Bar has karaoke and KTV rooms to offer in its upstairs sections.

 

Midtown

For a more western atmosphere, look no farther than Midtown, which is located just north of the city center. Here, many expats recommend the popular bar A-Club, as they have an especially well-known, outdoor beer garden area.

Huafa

Being a newer and more modern district of Zhuhai, many of the city’s expats can be found living amongst the streets of this south-eastern zone. Popular hangouts in this area are considered the following:

The Factory
Hosting live music every Friday, this bar is a superb location to meet new friends and enjoy some Western comfort foods.


MiuMiu
One of the infamous dance clubs of Zhuhai; MiuMiu provides various beats and floors to explore various electronic sounds and get lost in the music.