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For some reason I always think I am going to find a Chinatown that will rival the San Fran, but I have yet to find it. I have been to the CT's in Seattle, Chicago, and now Portland.... nope. None are close. For the most...More
It feels like a Chinatown on life support. It doesn't look like there is a critical mass to call that area a Chinatown, it's just a typical western city with a few Chinese themed objects here and there.
There is so much to do in the Pearl District of downtown Portland from great places to eat and shops to see. Then you also have quick access to the river. There are many great places to shop in close proximity to the Chinatown gate...More
We got there with my family, but after been walking a few minutes we felt really unsafe, they are people consuming drugs and that in the street, also a lot of homeless people. It's not like something that you want to see. Not a place...More
This is possibly one of the poorest Chinatowns we have seen in any city. It’s a shabby area, nothing to see (except the garden which you have to pay to enter) and full of vagrant society. It’s a sad place to walk around. Shame that...More
I was really disappointed with this area. I thought it would be interesting, but it really wasn't. You can take the tour, and go into the subterranean tunnels that were used to "Shanghai" sailors, and I suppose that is interesting, but, for the most part,...More
There is no more Chinatown in Portland. Virtually any indication of it is gone, other than the gate. The area is overrun with homeless people and the stench from urine and marijuana is overpowering. Avoid avoid avoid