Best MonthsAll year
Traveller TypesFamilies, Couples, Friends
Rank145 out of 946 attractions in New York
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Reviews of Chinatown • 5
The final stop on your New Work City itinerary has to be Chinatown. The Chinatown in New York City is a destination in itself. It is the largest community of Chinese immigrants in the United States and is well-known for its restaurants, markets and crowded streets. This makes it a perfect setting for soaking in Chinese immigrant culture.Chinatown is also a food-lover’s paradise and it will delight you with its authentic yet cheap food options. Dig in to a pile of dumplings at the Flaming Kitchen while you’re here. Also be sure to check out the teeming Canal Street, which is lined with narrow shops and stalls selling T-shirts, jewelry, and “luxury” handbags. Your 3 days in New York City come to an end with this experience!
Day 6 was the last day our East Coast tour with RoundTrips365 and before leaving Boston, we visited Quincy Market having some beautiful souvenirs. We then proceeded back to NYC and reached Chinatown by 6 pm. We paid $192 (roughly INR 13000/-) as tip for two of us ($16*2*6 days) to our service tour guide and bus driver as it was already mentioned in the tour conditions. The tour bus dropped us at Chinatown as other travellers were going back to Airport while we took a cab to reach our hotel as we had requested RoundTrips365 for an extra night stay in NYC. We checked in our hotel and later boarded the ship for a Harbour Nights Cruise to explore the skyline of Manhattan.
Like every major city in the world, NYC too has its own Chinatown. Go for a walk, enjoy Chinese food and street shopping.
Manhattan’s Chinatown is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the city - not only for Asian travelers, but for visitors from all over the world. It is one of the oldest ethnic enclaves outside Asia. It provides an amazing cultural exposure, with restaurants serving delicacies and shops catering to various souvenirs and items. The Chinese community here is on a rise and flourishing, thus Chinatown attracts large number of tourists who want to experience something different in New York.