Not much to see. Nothing like NY or San Francisco. A few shops and restaurants but not a real area or neighborhood
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You can get to Chinatown in a number of ways, drive, take the metrolink train to Union Station and walk a couple blocks, or the Gold Line Chinatown station. However you get here the fun is walking the streets. There are a wide variety of...More
I didn't really find much more to do than to shop here. There were a couple good places to take photos, but that was all. We somehow found our way to some kind of underground shopping center and that was pretty neat. As far as...More
Get a bubble tea and pick up an egg tart as you enjoy the sights and sounds of Chinatown. Parking is an issue so go by the subway.
Certainly, it depends upon where you have traveled prior to this, i.e. Vancouver or San Francisco...either way, if this is your 'thing', it's pretty cool and definitely worthy of your time. Lots of variety, great food and shopping options. If visiting for the day from...More
There are some great photo ops here if you are a fan of visiting Chinatowns. It is less appealing than San Francisco or New York. It didn't seem as busy as others I have visited. Parking can be a challenge so take the subway.
I like the entrance to Chinatown...Plenty of places to walk around and visit the shops that have tables lined up on the sidewalks. I always feel rushed from the owners when thinking about making a purchase, so we just walked by. Some of the restaurants...More
Apparently, a lot of Chinese people are going to the "New Chinatown." Chinatown as we have known it, can now be referred to as "Old Chinatown." That said, our family really enjoyed the experience of seeing the architecture and buying Chinese trinkets in the shops....More