If you want to buy good products and pay a small amount of money that’s definitely the place you should go!
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Chinatown is a unique part of Toronto that creates the illusion that you are in another part of the world. There's so much to see - great selection of food and products. It's fun just to walk through Chinatown.
I visited a few shops here and they were small, dirty, cramped. There was one souvenir shop which was and fine and we purchased a few items. I only recommend visiting Chinatown is you have spare time.
I ran into a few nice murals but didn't encounter much that seemed interesting for a tourist; mostly it was just a Chinese community going about its business. Keep walking, though, and you'll eventually come to Kensington Market, which is more colorful.
The variety of asian foods and shops along this area is very cool. A bustling street full of places to eat and shop. First timers seem to enjoy it as much as seasoned visitors to the area. Elbow to elbow commerce on busy days creates...More
Toronto Chinatown is an easy 15 min walk from the town centre. Chinatown is shaped like a T junction, lined with souvenir shops and cheap eats. Its A place of good food like fresh noodles soups and stir fry, congee, hot pot and Chinese bakery....More
Chinatown of Toronto is a great place not only for tourists but also for people who live here. You can buy some products that 2-5 times cheaper than in groceries, the same about the clothes. I like to feel the atmosphere of Chinese culture here,...More
Jumped off the bus during a tour to eat in Toronto's version of Chinatown . . . . Well it is a very eclectic area from to arts and street performers to restaurants that are highly touted. well worth the visit when in town.
Located in the Spadina Av, is a cool place to buy souvenirs, eat real Chinese food and spend a cool evening while you're walking through Toronto's downtown. Spent a lot of time here, and I can review that you only need one day to visit...More