If there's anywhere I would love to live in NYC, it would be Chinatown. It seems convenient to live in Chinatown among all of the shops and restaurants scattered throughout the area. It's near Times Square and Little Italy is around the corner too. There's so much Chinatown has to offer in NYC.
Whoever told me the Chinatown in Hawaii was the biggest definitely has to see the one in NYC because it is humongous! I felt like I was in China for a second.
Parking isn't the cheapest in NYC and it's a pain in the butt to find any in Chinatown, so taking the subway is a smart option if you plan to go. Just don't ride the subway too late at night. If you have a car, however, expect to pay big bucks for parking. We paid $26.00 for parking for about an 2 hours.
How can you not feel like you are in China with a McDonald's like this?
I love the culture of the city. You feel like you're in China without actually being there.
Watch out for pedestrians! One thing about NYC is that people jay walk like there's no tomorrow.
Chinatown is the place to go for fresh fruits and vegetables.
I wonder how much an apartment would cost in Chinatown.
Chinatown in NYC has so much to offer! It's a bustling area full of great shops and restaurants. The food is very reasonable in Chinatown too, depending on where you go.
If you plan to visit New York City, I'd suggest taking the subway or another form of transportation unless you feel comfortable driving in aggressive NYC traffic.
When in NYC, stop by Chinatown to see what it's all about. I guarantee you'll enjoy the area, if not the food.