A city within a city, Chinatown is a historic maze of mysterious sights where an ancient culture from the other side of the world survives and flourishes with remarkable authenticity. You enter the oldest Chinatown in America through Dragon’s ... 

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Nikki H United States of America

August 2013

 My friend and I at the China Gate in Chinatown. A great stop on the tour. , Nikki H - August 2013

China Gate

My friend and I at the China Gate in Chinatown. A great stop on the tour.

skigirlsf USA

December 2011

On Ping Association building, typical of Chinatown, SF, skigirlsf - December 2011

On Ping Association building, typical of Chinatown, SF

On Ping Association building, typical of Chinatown, SF

Anonymous

April 2011

Dragon Gate - entrance to Chinatown, San Francisco. It is inscribed with the saying "All under heaven is for the good of the people," by Dr. Sun Yat-sen. - April 2011

Dragon Gate - entrance to Chinatown, San Francisco

Dragon Gate - entrance to Chinatown, San Francisco. It is inscribed with the saying "All under heaven is for the good of the people," by Dr. Sun Yat-sen.

Brooke W USA

April 2009

Says "all under heaven is for the good of the people", Brooke W - April 2009

Chinatown Gate

Says "all under heaven is for the good of the people"

tearsurfjoy

May 2016

 My boyfriend and I took the Chinatown Ghost Walking Tour and parked on the level named for us Dragons of the Chinese Zodiac both born in 1988 in the Portsmouth Parking Garage below a park where a ... , tearsurfjoy - May 2016

Parking Level Dragon 88

My boyfriend and I took the Chinatown Ghost Walking Tour and parked on the level named for us Dragons of the Chinese Zodiac both born in 1988 in the Portsmouth Parking Garage below a park where a murderer was once hung, now a place for children playing, celebrations, music, dancing, and tai chi.

tearsurfjoy

May 2016

 Chinatown is a maze of alley ways. , tearsurfjoy - May 2016

Chinatown Sidewalk Map

Chinatown is a maze of alley ways.

Leah USA

January 2016

 Downtown and one of the best tours that we have been on. We were thoroughly impressed by our tour leader and we had a blast walking the streets of Chinatown. We highly recommend this tour to ... , Leah - January 2016

China Town - fascinating

Downtown and one of the best tours that we have been on. We were thoroughly impressed by our tour leader and we had a blast walking the streets of Chinatown. We highly recommend this tour to everyone.

G Wayne M

April 2015

 One of many interesting little known facts. , G Wayne M - April 2015

Former Chinatown Telephone Exchange

One of many interesting little known facts.

Rachel

April 2015

Chinatown, Rachel - April 2015

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Chinatown

Rochelle T

March 2014

 As we were walking on our tour of Chinatown, there was this small performance of drummers and Lion Dancers for some celebration. , Rochelle T - March 2014

Lion dance in the middle of Chinatown.

As we were walking on our tour of Chinatown, there was this small performance of drummers and Lion Dancers for some celebration.

Sally S

November 2013

 Storefront in the heart of Chinatown! , Sally S - November 2013

Chinatown

Storefront in the heart of Chinatown!

Popstar

May 2013

 These pretty paper lanterns decorate the streets of Chinatown. , Popstar - May 2013

Walking Tour of Chinatown

These pretty paper lanterns decorate the streets of Chinatown.

Cat USA

January 2012

Chinatown, SF, Cat - January 2012

Chinatown, SF

Chinatown, SF

skigirlsf USA

December 2011

Tea Shop, the Lum Building, typical architecture in San Francisco's Chinatown, skigirlsf - December 2011

Tea Shop in San Francisco's Chinatown

Tea Shop, the Lum Building, typical architecture in San Francisco's Chinatown

skigirlsf USA

December 2011

Famous Sam Wo Restaurant, in business over 100 yrs in San Francisco’s Chinatown. Frequented by the likes of Jack Kerouac in the 50s and the infamous Edsel Ford Fung (aka the world’s rudest waiter) ... , skigirlsf - December 2011

Famous Sam Wo Restaurant in San Francisco's Chinatown

Famous Sam Wo Restaurant, in business over 100 yrs in San Francisco’s Chinatown. Frequented by the likes of Jack Kerouac in the 50s and the infamous Edsel Ford Fung (aka the world’s rudest waiter) from 60s to 80s

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