The International District is here in Seattle's Chinatown, and it is also very close to Pike Place Market. The International District is a very prosperous place. If you want to eat Chinese food, the Chinatown here is also a very good choice
The International District is where Chinatown is located, and it is very convenient to come from Pike Place Market. Seattle Chinatown is not as big as San Francisco, but it is very convenient if you want to eat Chinese food.
Seattle''s international district is adjacent to the train station and can be reached by street car as well as metrolink, which is convenient for visitors and locaks alike. It''s not as large as San Francisco, New York or Los Angeles, but there''s plenty to see and eat.
International District, commonly known as China town. Seattle’s China town is not the largest in the United States, but it can basically satisfy the life of the Chinese elderly here. There are no problems with food, accommodation and transportation. There are many Chinese restaurants here, mostly Cantonese cuisine, but also Taiwanese, Sichuanese, etc. . There are also several Asian supermarkets with a wide range of goods, and most of the supermarkets in China also have them here. During the Spring Festival in Chinatown, the Chinese themselves celebrated here, lion dances, Chinese dances and other activities. I spent the Spring Festival in Seattle several times and watched performances. Some Americans also watched the performances. Of course, they watched the show for free. . It is close to the city, and you can walk to the city center in ten minutes. There are also many buses available. In short, Chinese people who come to Seattle should visit China town. It seems to be kinder and feel at home.
The international zone is near the railway station, where there are some tramps and beggars on the street, and it doesn't feel good. Chinatown is not very big, there are many restaurants, dim sum, noodles, dine-in, and there is a small sheep who eats small hot pot. There is a large supermarket in Chinatown, which mainly sells Chinese and Japanese products. There are many things and they are cheap. Including food, daily necessities, everything, many cheaper than domestic.
Preston_Dominguez: International District，WA，United States
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Space Needle,Seattle Docklands,Chihuly Garden and Glass,Pike Place Market,Museum of Pop Culture