This is the oldest Chinatown in North America. It is only 1 street long but colorful and full of restaurants and shops.
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Interesting shops and restaurants.avaried assortment of venues in the summer months You will find some very interesting items to purchase and can fill up on some athentic tasty variations of food .Be sure to drop down.
A great way to spend an afternoon but make sure you go down all the small alley ways. Lots of the usual eating places, but probably not the density of the usual stuff you find in many Chinatowns such as supermarkets, authentic shops and so...More
This block of Chinatown is small compared to Vancouver, San Francisco, or New York but it is lively and colorful. An easy walk from the Empress Hotel
Second oldest China Town in North America after San Francisco. Plenty of historic places of interest including Fan Tan Alley, the narrowest street in Canada made famous in the film Bird on a Wire with Mel Gibson & Goldie Hawn. Lots of good eating places...More
When you think about Chinatown in the movies Victoria's neighborhood is what you picture.They say it is one of the oldest in North America and it is cool. Don't miss Fan Tan alley the narrowest street you'll ever see!
We took a harbor taxi to Chinatown to shop and stop at Canoe. There's a lot of unique shops as well as the very interesting history.
Not too exciting compared to China Town Spadina Toronto. It is only one block with less restaurants to choose. It is good for small community and few visitors.
It's a very neat little block. It's only a couple streets and some neat little alleys. They have a large Chinese arching decor, the street lights are red with asian flare. A must is "Fan Tan Alley" -it's one of the more narrow, still active,...More
Even though small in size, it was very interesting. There were a few alley ways to go down that were decorated in lights and had shops. The Fan Tan Cafe is a good place to eat after wandering the shops.