October 5, 2012
There’s so much more than an architectural photo opp in this eclectic neighborhood, which stretches from Vine to Arch Streets between 9th and 12th Streets.
In case you didn’t get a chance to explore it last night at the Night Market, Chinatown is packed with restaurants and stores that represent a huge variety of Asian cultures, from Taiwanese to Korean and Burmese to Northern Sichuan.
The next time you find yourself with a free afternoon and the urge to explore, head over to Chinatown to eat, drink and shop yourself silly.
We’ve got the perfect tool to help you out: a free, downloadable guide to Chinatown.
Use to check out the scoop, in cool visual form, on the food, goods and culture that make Philadelphia’s Chinatown worth exploring.
Click here to download the guide as a PDF. You can print it out, save it on your computer or mobile device, send it to friends or family.
Wondering how to get to Chinatown? The SEPTA Market-Frankford line stops at 8th and Market streets and 11th and Market streets. PATCO also stops at 8th and Market streets. SEPTA bus routes 23, 48 and 61 serve Chinatown.
Chinatown: A Closer Look [Visit Philly]