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We were two adults: families would have got even more from this visit. We loved the butterfly conservatory. Excellent staff, and many beautiful insects. Children there were delightful, gentle and kind, learning as they watched in delight. The Imax film on the Northern Territory of...More
I didn't get to explore the area as I would have liked. I envisioned for future references that it's good place to visit , have lunch, late dinner, and catch a movie. It's all under one roof which makes it nice , but I would...More
Mostly high end stores. I found better shopping south of Seattle in the Southcenter area. Large malls and dozens of stand alone large box retailers. This mall was expensive to park at at had only expensive offerings. I would not be back.
Looking for delicious dumplings? Din Tai Fung in Pacific Plaza is definitely the place to go. Just clean flavors inside a tiny pouch of goodness!!! One order of their dumplings is good for 3 people. It is served in bamboo steamers. You can order takeout...More
This Centre is easy to access but caters for a more boutique market.
Large and open plan, it has several food outlets and a Cinema as well as slightly more up market shops.
From a tourist perspective we found it not worth lingering long.
This review is not for the 4 story upscale, 4 story shopping mall. This is a review only of the ONYX Gallery on the 3rd floor. I totally enjoyed a personal tour by the gallery's volunteer docent. She gave me information about the artists and...More
Pacific Place is located in the middle of the retail area and is a fairly large (certainly by UK standards) shopping mall over 4 storeys. It’s near the monorail, many hotels and other major shopping (its connected to Nordstrom by a walkway).
The shopping is...More