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Chinatown, Montreal

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Neighborhood Tourist Spot
Find the heart of Montreal's Asian communities at Chinatown, a long-established area giving visitors a taste of the Far East. Browse the many stores and stalls selling food products, trinkets, and clothes from China and elsewhere in Asia. Stop off in one of the many eateries, selling everything from Cantonese seafood dishes to Korean barbecue, dim sum, and pho. First established in 1877, the neighborhood has been officially deemed a tourist area, meaning its businesses can stay open long into the evening, and making the area a popular nightlife haunt. Arrange to visit Chinatown and other attractions in Montreal using our Montreal trip itinerary maker.
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  • The Montreal China town is small relative to many other cities in North America. There are however quite a few nice restaurants and snack places. We love the Vietnamese restaurants there. The soup bas...  more »
  • I strolled through it and found an interesting place for an interesting candy-floss like desert. Lots to see, safe vibe, close to other things and many restaurants, shops and cultural buildings. Worth...  more »
  • Chinatown has become smaller and dirtier over the last decades. The big doors may be nice but you can see them from Old Montreal or the Arts District that are so much more interesting, attractive and ...  more »