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Tiny but interesting

Mexico City’s China Town has existed for 100 years but wasn’t a tourist attraction until the 2018... read more

Reviewed 27 April 2018
San Diego, CA
via mobile
Not very big but with some good Chinese options

This place is probably about two or three blocks and it has some restaurants and shops owned and... read more

Reviewed 29 December 2017
Houston, Texas
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Apr 26, 2018
“Tiny but interesting ”
Dec 29, 2017
“Not very big but with some good Chinese options”
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
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Calle Dolores | between calle independencia and calle república de Uruguay, Mexico City 06000, Mexico
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Reviewed 28 September 2018 via mobile

Chinatown in Mexico City is really not impressive. It’s tired, the restaurants do not look enticing in the least and I don’t think I saw a single Chinese in the the area! It falls into the “don’t bother category”

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Reviewed 27 April 2018 via mobile

Mexico City’s China Town has existed for 100 years but wasn’t a tourist attraction until the 2018 Chinese New Year celebration. It is very small, only a few block with really only one truly Chinese block filled with restaurants and shops. There are other restaurants...More

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Reviewed 29 December 2017 via mobile

This place is probably about two or three blocks and it has some restaurants and shops owned and operated by Chinese people who immigrated to Mexico long ago. It is about a block away from the Alameda and close to downtown Mexico.

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Reviewed 11 October 2017

No matter where you go in the world, in almost every big city you will find a Chinatown , Mexico City is not different , but what makes this one aside it is that is all one single block with restaurants and shops.

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Reviewed 28 August 2017 via mobile

Nothing exciting. But I like to visit the different China towns in each large city. It is about 2 blocks south of the bella arte plaza. It is one block long and the street is closed off for pedestrians. Numerous restaurants lined the street offering...More

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This beautiful park was once the playground for the
wealthiest families in the colonial era, and is now
the perfect place where locals and visitors can spend
a sunny weekend afternoon to relax or shop for
souvenirs at the market. Kids can run around or grab a
bite of cotton candy while teens and adults wander
around admiring the charming gardens and the
sculptures that adorn it. Once the heat rises, it may
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