Chinatown, San Francisco
Categories: Neighborhoods, Tourist Spots
Home to the largest Chinese community outside of Asia, Chinatown was established here in 1848, making it the oldest of its kind in North America. Immerse yourself in the bustle of this densely packed neighborhood with its numerous shops and restaurants. To learn more about the customs, languages, and identity of this famous enclave, embark on one of the many guided tours. Discover the neighborhood's parks, herbal shops, temples, and numerous pagoda-roofed buildings. No visit is complete without sampling some Chinese cuisine. The dim sum teahouses are especially good. By using our San Francisco vacation planner, you can arrange your visit to Chinatown and other attractions in San Francisco.
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This is a huge China town. Touted as biggest one unless in Asia. You can buy everything here you can buy at the waterfront but it's a lot cheaper. Huge amount of vendor stores and restaurants. Be choo... read more »
I love Chinatown. You start with the beautiful stores, the souvenir stores, the jewelry stores, the Chinese clothing stores, were you get amazing silk jackets, the kite and cooking utensils and as you... read more »
Exact Amat tshirts purchased here were $3.99 compared to 5.99 and up by Fishermans Wharf. Good Chinese Food and interesting surroundings.
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