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Columbus Park, New York City

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  • Downtown near Federal Plaza, this park has a small turf soccer field, a basketball court and a lot of tables to play chess or other games. There is one section where Chinese players gamble on card gam...  more »
  • The Chinatown in NY is just the district where they live look Chinese ... But what is really Chinese, is Columbus park-here is the Chinese meet, train, play board games, sing. I recommend a stop here, and the park itself is nice, with benches, WC, free sports facilities.
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  • This is Columbus Park in Chinatown. The atmosphere is Chinatown intact? The kanji in the first, including Chinatown, there are exotic thought. I feel the ability to inherit the culture's strong wish.
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  • Nice little park to sit down while having a beer. It's more like a plaza than a park, but still enjoyable. It is a place to stop on the way to something else, not really a final destination kind of park.
  • I love the old Chinese ladies playing cards. And close by you can get some great bubble tea.
  • This is the quintessential urban neighborhood park, with the Chinatown atmosphere and feel thrown in for good measure. Always something interesting going on, and nice enough playgrounds for the kids. Very photogenic.
  • Great shades and benches in the center of New York's Chinatown. Come here for lunch take-out. Lots of Chinese people of different ages are here. Good vibes. But the bathroom smells and needs cleaning
  • 60% of the park is just a huge playground. Rest is usually occupied with people playing on play boards embedded into the tables for Chinese Games. There is a statue of Sun Yat-sen.