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The Zeedijk now is a pleasant street for tourists to visit to get a taste of the oldest part of Amsterdam. This once used to be the old seafront and was the first location to receive street lighting by candles as early as 1544. In...More
I did not get to stop anywhere in China town, just a brief yet mandatory walk through it to get to our hotel.
I was impressed by the Chinese influence structures and architecture. A prominent display of which area your in, not just a bunch...More
One of the oldest streets of the city, Zeedijk has a rough charm. At one end are chinese restaurants & food stores. At the other (nearer to Central station) are two very old jenever tasting houses. Enjoy !
After doing our obligatory visits to many sites including the Nemo Science Museum nearby we wandered over to the De Wallen district (also known as the Red Light District) which we did not know where we were at the time. We were in this section...More
If you want Chinese or Thai food then you might want to come to Zeedijk, where there are a number of restaurants to choose from. In the evenings, as my partner and I stroll along this colourful and bright street, we take in all of...More
I recommend you walk the whole minute or so of the street and perhaps visit the temple. However, DO NOT EAT there. It is way too expensive and not good at all. We live in Beijing and my wife was missing her food. She saw...More
If you’re ever browsing where to eat in Chinatown, Amsterdam, DON’T, DO NOT ever eat at Dimsum Court for dim sum. Ew... ew... ew... terrible food, the worst dimsum we’ve ever had😡 Waste of money & they’re expensive! Literally, they’re buying their dimsum at the...More
We were just walking back from a canal ride tour to the train station and walked down this street and realized we must be in Chinatown given the large number of Asian restaurants and the quite pretty and unique temple. You can walk through the...More
Amsterdam’s buzzing hub, with its sprawling network of tram rails and a seemingly constant flow of tourists and commuters, yields convenient access to some of the best sightseeing, shopping, and street life in Europe. Closest at hand are the Royal Palace, the quaint shops of Haalremmerdijk, the pedestrianized zones Kalverstraat and Dam Square with popular neighborhoods such as the Red Light District, and the Canal Ring
hardly more than a moment’s stroll away. With the well-connected Centraal Station as Centrum’s base, it's easy to travel farther afield via one of the city’s iconic trams.