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Chinatown

4.3/557 Reviews
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Brisbane, Queensland 2004, Australia
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  • _WeCh****003749
    3.0

    Very quiet when there are not any functions on. It's focus is on food of an evening. Would be great to see some form of attraction to bring some pedestrian traffic during the day like more street vendor or flea makert during the weekend . in short unless you wan cheaper chinese food during thr evening if not just skip it .. totally waste of time .

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    Reviewed on 1568355609000
  • 乐天的静
    5.0

    A Memorial archway, several restaurants, three Asian supermarkets, basically belong to the city centre, but there's nothing interesting about them. If you're going to Chinatown, you might as well go to Sunnybank. Our package is really overweight, but you don't think it's worth a special trip in the past.

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    Reviewed on 1556282845000
  • 张老师
    5.0

    Brisbane's Chinatown is Australia's third largest, followed by Sydney and Melbourne. Built in accordance with the architectural style of Chang'an in Tang Dynasty, it is full of strong Chinese culture. Chinese shops and restaurants can be seen everywhere in the street. Take a picture in front of the more than one statue every year. It means that we have more money right away. We have lunch here at Nanyang Gourmet Chinese Restaurant at noon. According to Ms. Xu, a tour guide, there are more than 100,000 Chinese businessmen and Chinese immigrants living in Brisbane. Every Spring Festival, they gather in Chinatown to celebrate lion dancing and help each other to celebrate the New Year.

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    Reviewed on 1549162027000
  • 何游天下
    5.0

    Brisbane Chinatown is located in Futedi Valley, Brisbane, Australia, where overseas Chinese live. As the main destination for Brisbane residents and tourists, unlike Chinatown in other Australian cities, the street names of Brisbane Chinatown are marked in both Chinese and English, and the Chinese characters are very striking. The Chinese overseas Chinese and Chinese tourists who come to visit Brisbane feel more cordial when they see the Chinese street names, as if they have returned to their homeland.

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    Reviewed on 1536357190000
  • WillSum
    5.0

    Brisbane's Chinatown is still a little far from downtown. The overall Chinatown in Australia is probably due to the fact that most of the Chinese people are in the vicinity of Hong Kong, Taiwan and Guangdong, and the perfect ingredients make the seafood here very delicious and appetizing.

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    Reviewed on 1477926048000
  • 行走阅读
    4.0

    Brisbane's Chinatown is relatively small. It came here twice because one of the houses burned wax very well. It's not too far from downtown. It's about half an hour's walk. There are some vagrants here, but there is no problem with public order.

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    5
    Reviewed on 1483778815000
  • 你已被人使用
    5.0

    By contrast, Brisbane's Chinatown is relatively neat, which may be related to its late formation. Chinatown is characterized by a large archway built on the road, with Chinese restaurants on both sides and duty-free shops opened by Chinese people.

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    Reviewed on 1506463029000
  • 徐团
    4.0

    Coming here for dinner in the evening, Chinatown is still very large and lively. Where there are Chinese people living together, there will be Chinatown, Chinatown and many Australian Chinese. It's very convenient to travel here and want to eat Chinese food.

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    Reviewed on 1511574575000
  • 子龙糖糖
    5.0

    Chinatown is the place where Brisbane Chinese gather. Although the area is not very large, there are many restaurants and supermarkets with Chinese characteristics. If you want to buy old godmother, there are many. The mayor of Brisbane will come here to cut ribbons and celebrate the Spring Festival of the Lunar New Year, and Chinatown will also publish them.

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    Reviewed on 1522150525000
  • bella9011
    5.0

    Like many big cities abroad, where there are Chinese people, there will certainly be Chinatown or Chinatown. Similarly, Brisbane has also gathered a large number of Chinese people. There are two Chinese cities in Brisbane. One is the old Liban and the other is the new Liban. The old Liban is the place where the old generation of Chinese live, while the new Liban is the center of the activities of the new generation of Chinese.

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    5
    Reviewed on 1487754950000
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