Sago street located in the heart of Chinatown, very close to a Buddhist temple, one of the most beautiful and fascinating in the whole city.
Is one of the many access points to Chinatown, very picturesque and choreographic, at first impression I was impressed by the many colours which accompany this road, with its terraced houses, to the countless stalls, fruit shops in short terms a really nice place and I highly recommend to visit once in Chinatown.
This road is long more or less 200 metres before bending and end up slowly in the heart of Chinatown, where at any time of the day you can walk between the stalls and do bargains at really low prices. In this way I had the pleasure to sit down and eat tropical fruit or drink the fantastic natural juices in one of the many shops along the way to significantly lower prices.
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