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Toronto's Chinatown
Toronto Top 8 in Can't Miss Attractions

250 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
Liked by 6
Open Open 24 hours
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 2-4 hours
Address: Chinatown, Toronto, ON

What people are saying:

It is worth seeing. It is located in the center of Toronto with convenient transportation, but now it is mainly a settlement of Vietnamese refugees, and tall modern Chinese have moved to the north of Greater Toronto.

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4.3/5Very Good
  • TravelinSuz

    Nice place to stroll n shop

    This is a place with restaurants and shops. It’s nice to walk around and compare with other Chinatowns.

    Reviewed on /Date(1587567606000+0800)/
  • Quack H
    Quack H

    Good selection of Chinese restaurants in Chinatown

    I always like to go to Chinatown because there are a couple of good restaurants with Cantonese yam cha, congee and noodles. Recommended to foodies.

    Reviewed on /Date(1587184495000+0800)/
  • sonja2183
    Trinidad and Tobago, Caribbean

    Lovely neighborhood to walk around and eat ramen

    You don’t need to pay for a tour to enjoy Chinatown, Kensington marketplace, graffiti alley, little Italy and Koreatown. Each area is adjacent to each other and you can walk around an explore on your ...

    Reviewed on /Date(1584453700000+0800)/
  • SnaxMuppet
    Saltash, England

    Not at all what I expected

    Having been to many "China Town" areas in many cities I expected something more touristy. Instead it is truly a "China Town" within Toronto. It is a bit grubby, random and disorganised but it has a ch...

    Reviewed on /Date(1579305256000+0800)/
  • bosanke
    Temperance, Michigan

    Just like in the Tv shows filmed here

    The district is very intriguing but was a bit gritty. I was overwhelmed by the choices of shops and restaurants. I felt that I needed greater knowledge before going, as minor language barriers inhibit...

    Reviewed on /Date(1575249043000+0800)/

Additional Information


Toronto’s Chinatown ranks as one of the largest Chinatowns in North America. First settled in 1870, the neighborhood would undergo several phases of growth and face numerous threats of demolition due to its high property value. The place is now renowned for its numerous stores and restaurants. Those unaccustomed to an authentic Chinese experience would find it worthwhile to embark in some adventuring here.
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