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I may have gone here on a very slow day. I agree it offers the basic attractions but is was tired and a few too many homeless watching a solo traveler. I will try this again one day because i want the experience to be...More
A bit tired but certainly offers all the requisite attractions from a range of Chinese restaurants offering various generic cuisine to more specialize like Dimsum.
Also has arguably the largest Asian supermarket in the are, UWAJIMAYA - something the size of a Whole Foods.
The Chinatown International District celebrates not only Chinese culture and cuisine but the culture of many other Asian counties. It is definitely a place for wandering and a meal. Lots of shops that sell Asian treasures and souvenirs so take time to explore. You can...More
Neighborhood loaded with restaurants and small shops selling what you'd expect.
One store to stop by is a great little toy model shop that sells everything related to SciFi and Far East animation. If you or anyone you know is into this kind of thing....stop...More
I would say it is an interesting to visit, because we can see different side of the city. When I first arrived in Seattle, i was amazed by how colorful the people are, and this district partly explains why. I would expect to see more...More
Be very careful visiting this place. We we’re there for about an hour to see China Town and it is a very dangerous place there are mostly homeless people. The only sites to see are the homeless and some restaurants. The place is filthy and...More
it is very sad that Seattle downtown area is dirty, old and full of homeless people. It is very sad to see that fellow Americans live on the street and pan handle. They are everywhere we went. I didn't feel safe and felt very sorry...More