New York Chinatown area

Want to visit someplace quirky and unique in New York ? The city’s Chinatown area is the place to be!

This neighborhood located in Lower Manhattan features many Asian restaurants where you can dine and enjoy some luxury eastern dishes. Tour Mulberry and Canal Street to find a huge fresh fish market and go to Mott Street to shop at the many stores. Chinatown area is not only about the food as many would assume. Here, you can explore the a memorial statue of Lieutenant Benjamin Ralph Kimlau, the Church of Transfiguration – the oldest catholic church in New York, Columbus Park which is home to many Chinese festivals and the Mahayana Temple that includes a five meter high golden Buddha.

Exploring New York’s Chinatown area

Chinatown is bordered by two other ethnic neighborhoods, Little Italy and Soho, so if you’ve seen everything you wanted to see in Chinatown area, head to one of these. Little Italy is home to over 30 Italian restaurants as well as bakeries and delis. More than 40 thousand Italians used to live in Little Italy – hence the name of the area. You’ll be happy to know that it is where the Corleone family from “The Godfather” are from!

Soho is yet another fabulous part of New York City that features many galleries and privately owned boutiques. Take a tour in the Children’s Museum of Arts or take a bite at Ben’s Pizza! After Soho, we highly recommend you head north east to find The Bowery. This neighborhood includes places to visit like the Bowery Ballroom on Delancey Street or for those who are passionate about art there’s the Avant Garde art collection of Peanut Gallery. Find out more about The Bowery by watching our special video guides.

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