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Vancouver Chinatown

106 Keefer Street, Vancouver, British Columbia V6A 1X4, Canada
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A Wok Around Chinatown: Culinary and Cultural Walking Tour
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106 Keefer Street, Vancouver, British Columbia V6A 1X4, Canada
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Reviewed 20 October 2015

We thought that visiting Chinatown was going to be a great cultural experience , the truth is that place is very weird , it's quiet , intimidating , and near the night you'd start seeing drunk people and strange stuff , if you want to...More

Thank ismailTourist
Reviewed 16 October 2015

If you plan to stay in Vancouver for a few days - maybe you should give Chinatown a short visit. It's very interesting (especially if you do not have a Chinatown in your area). Many food and spice shops - we were not that used...More

Thank Sigipooh
Reviewed 10 October 2015

Vancouver’s Chinatown is the second largest in North America, after San Francisco’s iconic neighborhood comprised by those with Chinese ancestry. I had the good fortune to visit Vancouver 18 years ago, in 1997. The phenomenal growth throughout the rest of downtown in almost two decades...More

1  Thank DeanMurphy2020
Reviewed 5 October 2015

Chinatown Vancouver is nothing special and we did not stay here for very long. I have been told that the area can be rather seedy at night and there are some very poor areas adjacent. I do not think we would have missed anything had...More

1  Thank CAMD
Reviewed 1 October 2015

We walked along the sea wall , passed the cruise ship area , and through Gastown to get there. If we knew what awaited us , we would not have visited. We passed drug addicts with needles beside them , down and outs , and...More

4  Thank maxandrosie
Reviewed 30 September 2015 via mobile

Situated In the heart of Vancouver's Chinatown you will find the Classical Chinese Gardens. Apart from this I personally wouldn't visit Chinatown. So many beggars and rough looking people. Was glad to get back to the City as I didn't feel very safe there.

1  Thank magsHertfordshire
Reviewed 29 September 2015

I love Chinatown and when we come to the city once a year on our shopping trip I always spend one full day there. The shops are full of wonderful things and are not expensive. My favorite shop is the one with the singing merchant....More

Thank barb h
Reviewed 28 September 2015

I was first commented by a taxi driver, when passing through this area, that there are drug sellers on the street. and not recommend to go there in the night. Although there are a lot of Chinese restaurants. And then, when my family would like...More

Thank Morgan Y
Reviewed 25 September 2015 via mobile

We went down to check it out, with great uneasiness about just how "bad" the neighbourhood would be. I wouldn't take kids, but it is definitely safe enough for adults to walk around. Interesting to see some younger hipster type businesses moving in and revitalizing...More

1  Thank Ilikebighuts
Reviewed 24 September 2015

We rented a bike and it was very nice to ride on the bike in Chinatown. It's not very big but it's a nice experience.

Thank Jacco S
With the recent exodus of massive new building
projects hitting the neighbourhood, Chinatown; which
has always been one of the city's most vibrant areas;
is even more buzzing and buoyant than ever before.
Playing host to some of the city's best pan-Asian
cuisine, from fusion food to traditional home-cooking,
Chinatown has remained faithful to its roots as a
space which clambers with shop signs and welcomes
Nearby Restaurants
Bao Bei Chinese Brasserie
328 reviews
.10 km away
Sai Woo
112 reviews
.15 km away
The Keefer Bar
73 reviews
.06 km away
New Town Bakery & Restaurant
144 reviews
.15 km away
Nearby Attractions
Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden
1,092 reviews
.14 km away
Jimi Hendrix Shrine
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.25 km away
Sam Kee Building
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.25 km away
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Wens V
Hay empleo?
9 February 2017|
Response from Roberto D | Reviewed this property |
Yo he viajado como turista y desconozco si hay empleo. En Canadá las políticas inmigratorias y de trabajo son muy estrictas.
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