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New York Top 12 in Can't Miss Attractions

313 Reviews
Featured Neighborhood
Liked by 17
Open Open 24 hours
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 1-2 hours
Address: Canal Street to Bayard Street, New York City, NY
Phone: +1-212-3469288

What people are saying:

Guess what I found in China town?! so I am putting whisky(well roommate''s whisky) back on the table

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  • 619jeffry

    Not fancy, but interesting

    Chinatown has the biggest concentration of Chinese people in the Western Hemisphere, and the largest outside Asia. It has lots of Chinese restaurants to choose from and many Asian grocery stores. You ...

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  • CasaHoffa
    NYC / Fire Island / Huatulco

    Chinatown is one of the most vibrant communities in NYC

    NYC Chinatown is vibrant with markets, shops, theatres, restaurants, museums and all manner of festivities and celebrations. We often browse the homeopathic pharmacies for ancient remedies.

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  • Travel1929512a

    Pretty dangerous environment in Chinatown

    We visited Chinatown in Manhattan on October 2nd, 2020 to buy some I Love NY Souvenirs to bring back to Germany. The movies and TV shows Manhattan as a very nice and trendy destination, little did...

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  • Inspire587709

    Wander Aimlessly (and Eat)

    Little restaurants, bakeries, and holes-in-the-wall galore, with amazing food. Shops and markets with all kinds of fishes. You can't go wrong, just sample everything.Come back many times and sock in t...

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  • 619jeffry

    Largest Chinatown in the Americas

    Chinatown has the largest concentration of Chinese people in the Western Hemisphere. Some 90,00 to 100,00 people of Chinse origin live here. It has dozens of Chinese restaurants and other shops. China...

    Reviewed on /Date(1590545354000+0800)/

Additional Information


Chinatown is also known as Chinatown. Walking on the bustling streets, you can hear dialects from all over China. The signs of the shops are familiar Chinese. There are hundreds of Chinese restaurants here. There is always a Chinese stomach that can satisfy you. Lin Zexu And the statue of Confucius also shows the Chinese culture. The more festive moments of Chinatown are the annual Spring Festival, and the shops along the street will hang red lanterns. The performance of the dragon and lion dance on the morning of the New Year’s Day is very lively and attracts tourists from all over the world.
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