ARE YOU COMING TO DRAGON FEST? GET TO KNOW THE CHINATOWN-ID!
Over the past 100 years, Chinese, Japanese and Filipino immigrants, Italians, African Americans, and Vietnamese and Cambodian refugees have shaped this diverse neighborhood business district. Today, the neighborhood is a destination for savvy locals and intrepid travelers who seek a genuine taste of Seattle, easily accessible by foot, transit or car.
Take the time and you’ll be rewarded with a quiet garden atop a terraced hillside, teashops around the corner and restaurants to please an array of taste buds and budgets, from hand-rolled noodles to crispy duck. Take part in the tradition of karaoke and an learn more about the emerging art scene. Browse exhibits in a one-of-a-kind Asian–Pacific Islander museum, historic gift galleries and unique shops mixing traditions of the past with designs of the present.
Seattle’s Chinatown International District: explore for yourself — and be a tourist in your own town.
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