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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Hangzhou (杭州) is in the Zhejiang Province, China. It is one of the most important tourist cities in China, famous for its natural beauty and historical and cultural heritages. It is the political, economic and cultural center of Zhejiang province as well. In Jan, 2016, The New York Times announced the “52 Places to go in 2016” and Hangzhou came in at number 16.


Flower Pond

Considered one of the top ten activities in Hangzhou, the Flower Pond, located in West Lake, which allows tourists to visit the thousands of red carp who live there. Su Causeway is the ideal location to view these carp, whilst also taking in the abundant peonies and woodland area surrounding it.

West Lake

A UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2011, this beautiful lake cover 60 square kilometers, with 90 traditional Chinese gardens and over 60 culturally significant relics. West Lake adds a sense of serenity and peace to the thriving city of Hangzhou, making it a pleasing mix of urban city and tranquil greenery.

Xixi Wetland Park

Considered one of the most tranquil attractions around Hangzhou, Xixi (pronounced 'shee shee') Wetland Park is only 5 kilometers from West Lake, so easily accessible from the city. The best way to experience the wetlands is by boat where you’ll be able to see why so many prolific artists and poets have flocked there to be inspired.

Canals—A thousand years of lasting civilization

Jinghang Grand Canal, at 1’776 kilometers long certainly deserves the ‘grand’; in its title. Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2014, the canals construction began as early as the 5th century and some parts of it are still in use today.

Hefang Street

Hefang Street is one the best-preserved examples of ancient Hangzhou and is still a thriving marketplace today. It’s also renowned as a great place to eat, taking inspiration from dishes found all over China, and also cuisine from Hangzhou itself. 

Impression West Lake