San Francisco Chinatown limousine tours | San Francisco Travel Blog
Being the largest of its kind in the United States, San Francisco’s Chinatown is always on the list of things to do when visiting the city. The neighborhood is located in the heart of the city bordered by many other tourist areas like North Beach and Union Square. While a few hours is enough to get a sense of the culture, it takes at least a day to get the most out of the various art galleries, temples, shops, bars, bakeries, nightlife and restaurants that Chinatown has to offer.
Have you visited the oldest and largest Chinatown in the U.S? Restaurants, historic streets and alleys, herbal shops, the Bank of Canton, and the Sing Chong Building are among Chinatown San Francisco’s world-renowned attractions. Upon entering this cultural gem, visitors walk beneath an inscription, which reads the following when translated: "All under heaven is for the good of the people." Established in 1848, this neighborhood is home to about 70,0000 residents – with its own hospitals, parks, post office, and more – and is said to attract more visitors than the iconic Golden Gate Bridge.