Located on Grant Avenue and Stockton Street, this Chinatown is actually the oldest and the largest Chinatown outside Asia.
Chinatowns are always a fun place to visit. There are several attractions, and of course, you get to witness the authentic Chinese culture outside of China. You can shop here for Chinese souvenirs and handicrafts and try mouth watering Chinese dishes. The restaurants of San Francisco's Chinatown are actually incredibly famous, having been featured in various national TV and culinary shows over the years. It is also known for the first Chinatown to introduce the westernised Chinese cuisine to the world such as the Chopsuey while bringing the dim sum to the west as well. You'll find many shops and stores as you walk along the streets and alley ways of Chinatown and also some interesting buildings such as the Bank of Canton and the Sing Chong Building. The annual celebrations of the Chinese New Year and the Autumn Moon Festival are times when the Chinatown's atmosphere becomes absolutely electric!
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