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Chinatown, Toronto
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Head to Toronto's Chinatown, one of the largest Chinese cultural districts in North America. Originating in the late 19th century, the neighborhood today offers an array of shops and restaurants where visitors are treated to some of the flavors, sights, and sounds of the Far East. Browse the market stalls that line the streets, checking out the range of imported goods, including food and drink, clothes, and trinkets. Stop for a bite to eat in one of the many atmospheric restaurants, or pick up a snack to go. Use our Toronto holiday planner to arrange your visit to Chinatown and other attractions in Toronto.
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  • I expected more out of this! Compared to London or New York, this was a bit of a disappointment. There are lots of small restaurants and shops. I would only do this if you're in the area or have the t...  more »
  • Here is a tour that brings on another continent with codes. Nice without breaking three-legged duck.
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  • The Chinese areas are roughly present in every major city in North America; I'm a color element and integration. Here, however, it is a question of making an evaluation with the eye of the tourist and frankly, apart from its folklore, in Chinatown in Toronto there are particular qualities. Missing true Chinese bent lanes as there are in Montreal, where this area is smaller but definitely is more characteristic; in Toronto there are signs around the large and busy Spadina and written in industrial quantities but without that taste than elsewhere. It is an area where you can enjoy exotic travels more than actually stand because of the busy traffic prevailed over all.
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