New York's Chinatown is a heady blend of cafes, sidewalk food stalls, street vendors, and traditional herbal medicine shops. There's more than 150 years of history to explore in this fascinating ethnic enclave, including the Museum of Chinese in America and a Mahayana Buddhist temple.
Bargain for not-quite-right perfumes and handbags, dine on dim sum at an authentic Chinese tea house, shop for exotic Chinese antiques, and find unusual ingredients in the Asian food markets to cook up a Chinese storm.
New York's Chinatown in Lower Manhattan focuses on Canal Street, the Bowery, Worth Street, and Baxter Street. Little Italy is adjacent, north of Canal Street.
Walking is the best way to explore Chinatown, and there's a subway station on Canal Street.
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