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When we get a new intake of students it’s only right to welcome you along for a traditional Chinese breakfast.
That’s exactly what we do on Monday morning. Our team will have you fed and watered ready for your first lesson at LTL!
There will be plenty of local delicacies to get stuck into!
Ready to sing your troubles away?
KTV is one of China’s most popular traditions, no matter where you are based, there is always a KTV just around the corner.
We’ll get you booked up into a room, get some snacks and beers on the side, and plough through some old classics, whether they be Chinese or foreign.
There’s a song for everyone!
Every week we take you on a tour of China, in Beihai!
Whether it be Beijing Duck, Shanxi style noodles, north-eastern, Cantonese… etc
Our staff will mix it up each week and make sure we choose something new, but with Chinese cuisine being so diverse, there’s no worry you’ll be having the same thing all the time (unless you really love noodles that much)!
Party on the beach? Absolutely!
It’s hot, the beaches are nice, so why not?
The Silver Beach is the main beach in Beihai but there are plenty of spots to relax, grab some drinks, and chill by the beach.
What better way to spend a Friday (or Saturday, or Sunday)!
One of Beihai’s chief attractions, the old Town.
This is a lovely spot in the heart of Beihai where there are plenty of souvenirs, plenty of coffee shops, plenty of eateries and a whole lot more.
You could spend a number of hours down here taking it all in. A place you must visit if coming to Beihai, and somewhere we will gladly take you!
Find out more things to do in Beihai on our blog.
Weizhou Island is a short ferry ride away from the Mainland, but very easily accessible.
There’s a lot of stuff on the island to get stuck into as well and we’d say it requires a day-trip or even a weekend if you have the time.
The aptly named Colourful Beach, Crocodile Hill, Shiluokou Beach and an old Catholic Church to name but a few.
Another off-the-beaten visit you should absolutely partake in.
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