The Garden Corner Square in the United States is called the heart of Chinatown. There are many stone sculptures and statues. The biggest landmark of Permanent Square is the Hilton Tower, because it is near the square. Garden Square has Chinese characteristics. You can see Chinese around it. It can be said to be another Chinatown. It's worth visiting. Leisure, entertainment and shopping are all very good! ___________
The biggest feature of Garden Corner Park is that all the decorations and decorations around it have the style of Chinese culture. The Chinese-style cool courtyard is surrounded by statues. Every day in the square of the park, you will see overseas Chinese of musical age taking a leisure stroll here, and gather women here to learn dancing and martial arts.
Possibly the most vibrant and interesting square in downtown San Francisco. Unlike Union Square or Justin Herman Plaza, Portsmouth Square always seems to be changing. A number of monuments, like the Robert Louis Stevenson monument and the site where the American flag was first raised in SF, sit hidden amidst all the elderly Chinese people. Live entertainment is common, and the Chinatown Night Market Fair is actually quite cool.
I go here all the time for parking. There is a bridge to the Chinese Cultural Center at the Hilton Hotel that resembles the Great Wall of China. Elderly folks play a form of Chinese chess, from what I've observed, while children play on the playground. It's the heart of Chinatown, so to speak.
This is my go-to place for finding parking in the Chinatown area. Multiple underground floors of parking. It is inexpensive. The street level is a park. You are basically in the heart of Chinatown and all the popular locations within Chinatown are just a short walk away.
Robert Louis Stevenson, who wrote classic novels Treasure Island and The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, has a memorial to him in Portsmouth Square. Stevenson is not from San Francisco, but moved to the Bay Area later in his life. Fans of Stevenson will appreciate the small monument (featuring the ship from Treasure Island) but its a quick stop. Luckily, Chinatown is nearby so there is more to do in the neighborhood.
Garden Corner Square is called the heart of Chinatown. There are many stone sculptures and statues. The biggest landmark of Permanent Square is the Hilton Tower, because it is near the square. Garden Square has Chinese characteristics. You can see Chinese around it. It can be said to be another Chinatown. It's worth visiting.
Small park. Good for relaxing and being outside in nature. Not too much to do here.