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Chinatown at San Francisco, California
San Francisco Chinatown
Chinatown at San Francisco


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Chinatown, San Francisco California 94133
Category: Attractions
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San Francisco's Chinatown is the largest Chinese community outside of Asia and one of the top tourist attractions in the city. Boasting an intriguing collection of pagodas, herbal shops, temples, trinket shops and hundreds of restaurants, Chinatown offers an exciting glimpse of this influential culture. With numerous events and festivals taking place year-round in the neighborhood, Chinatown is an exciting destination that provides a taste of Asia in the middle of San Francisco.


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Chinese New Year Parade, Autumn Moon Festival and numerous smaller events throughout the year.


  • Take a guided tour of the neighborhood
  • Try dim sum or Peking duck
  • Shop for exotic wares at discount prices
  • Visit a Buddhist temple
Discover a wide range of walking tours in San Francisco's Chinatown, which are offered by numerous companies. Explore the maze-like streets of this "city within a city" and find a fortune cookie factory, herbal pharmacies, Buddhist temple, language schools, historical pagodas and much more.
Take your taste buds on a flavor adventure in Chinatown, where the exotic cuisine of Asia comes alive. From basic favorites like egg rolls and lo mein to more exciting options like Peking duck and grilled octopus, Chinatown offers an incredible array of tempting cuisine at over 300 restaurants, cafes, street stalls and more.


What buses go through Chinatown?

Buses 15, 30 and 45 will deliver you to Chinatown in a matter of minutes, but it is an easy walk from the King George Hotel.

What annual events are held in Chinatown?

In spring, the Chinese New Year Festival and Parade lights up the neighborhood with dragon dances, opulent floats and live performers, and in fall the Autumn Moon Festival offers Chinese culture, cuisine, entertainment and mooncakes!


Driving Direction to Chinatown From or King George Hotel
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