Honolululu Chinatown is located in DOWNTOWN area. You can take bus No. 20 from Waikikiki Beach. You can see Hongyun Restaurant in Dahongzhuzi getting off, and you can also arrive at No. 40 from Pearl Harbor. Bus fares in Honolulu are $2.5 and can be transferred unlimited within three hours. Ticket stubs should be kept well. Honolululu Chinatown is clean and tidy, with wide roads, small bridges at the entrance and two small archways on both sides, which say Chinatown. The sign next to it says that for THOSE WHO CAME TO WORK AND LIVE IN CHINATOWN for everyone who comes to work and live in Chinatown, it feels very kind and warm to see such warm words. The Main Street KING STREET Beijing Street is very busy, March Spring Festival breath is still strong, red couplets, red lanterns and big cocks are very eye-catching. Honolululu Chinatown is the same as other Chinatown. Traditional Chinese medicine stores, antique porcelain stores and Chinese supermarkets are indispensable. The most popular ones are eating, burning wax, snacks, green leafy vegetables, whether tourists or local foreigners. Honolululu has many tourists, besides the beach, Chinatown is also a favorite place for tourists. Hongyun Restaurant is full of customers and Cantonese dishes are on the menu. Foreigners are not very skilled at eating with chopsticks, and some Chinese tourists sit around to eat Cantonese snacks. Now Chinatown is also internationalized. There is a Japanese noodle shop which is very popular. Many of the customers are local Chinese. Open kitchen, fast food saves time, and the price is not expensive. We ordered beef rice, black winter noodles, rice balls and two fried chicken steaks and mushrooms for $17.
From Waikikiki to Chinatown, you can take Bus No. 2,19. If you want to eat Chinese food, you can go by car. Warm reminder not to stay too late, because there are many tramps in the evening. There's a market place. There's a small food court inside. It's much cheaper to eat Chinese food than outside. It's 8 yuan for pork steak and 5 yuan for fast food. Next to it are daily necessities, which are cheaper than supermarkets.
Every day there are the latest fresh arrivals of ingredients, including local and imported seafood, fruits, vegetables, meat, and Geiger is much cheaper and more choices than its supermarkets. When you see Fresh Catch & nbsp or New Catch on the seafood stall, you know that the seafood was freshly caught from the Pacific Ocean in the early morning of that day! It's far worse than the seafood bought in some supermarkets or markets. Because many of the seafood sold in those places is farm-raised, even if it's wild, the freshness may have dropped dramatically after packaging and shipping time.
Adults say it was very busy ten years ago. Snacks were everywhere, fruits, chocolates, and all kinds of vendors. Now it's a bit down. It's not what it used to be. There are fewer stores than before. It's not so prosperous. But the most famous Vietnamese rice noodle shop is still there. It can be said that it's necessary to go.
As a Chinese, to Hawaii, to Honolulu, to the city where Mr. Sun Yat-sen and General Xueliang lived, it must be to visit China City. I heard that Chinatown is very chaotic at night. Many drug addicts and vagrants gather here, which is a little dangerous. We hurried while it was still light. I don't know why, when I enter the radiation area of Chinatown, I feel that the style and taste are different from those of other parts of the city. Maybe it's dark. There's almost no one walking in the street. Walking into the cultural square of Chinatown, I saw the familiar Chinese characters and the old Chinese style I saw in the movies before, which is quite unused to.
Every time you go to a strange country, you want to go to the local Chinatown. Let's see the Chinese plot of the descendants of the Yellow Emperor. The Hawaiian Chinatown, with Zhongshan, Guangdong as the most people, looks at the architecture of the 1900s, the depression and vicissitudes of life. It's more like a museum preserving its historical essence.
Honolululu Chinatown is located in the west of Honolululu financial district. There are many markets. There are various shops, herbal medicine shops, wreath shops, antique shops, temples, bars and restaurants in the old buildings. The key is that things in the market are very cheap.
I have been to Los Angeles, New York, Seattle, San Francisco Chinatown before, but now I find that my favorite Chinatown is Honolululu Chinatown. It is not only a gathering place for Chinese restaurants, but also has some special Chinese stores, such as traditional Chinese medicine stores, acupuncture stores and so on.