About Chinatown, Incheon
Chinatown, Incheon - Address, Phone Number
Address: Seollin-dong / Bukseong-dong, Jung-gu, Incheon-si
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
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It is the official Chinatown in Incheon, came into existence with the opening of the Incheon Port in 1883. Previously, this area had many stores trading imported goods from China. Presently, most of the business has now changed into restaurants. If you are looking for a place to buy souvenir from South Korea, Chinatown has some of the best shops to buy for. While going down the street, you can see traditional masks from Chinese plays, paper lamps and ornaments. Some walls have Chinese paintings from old tales and historical figures. One of the major attractions of this place is the bakeries. You can try some delicious cookies from these bakeries. other beautiful spots of this place is Jayu Park, that has a observatory from where you can get the best view of Incheon.
- Chinatown public parking space is available.
- Baby strollers on rent are not available.
- Separate restrooms (for handicapped) are there in Korea- China Cultural Center and Art Platform.
- Designated parking space are there within the Chinatown public parking space.
- Make sure to bring water bottle if you are travelling summer.
- Other contact number is (+82-1072767277).
Chinatown Ticket Prices
- Entry is free.
Chinatown Opening and Closing Hours
- There is car-free day on every Saturday and Sunday from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm.
How To reach Chinatown by Public Transport
- Nearest Station - Incheon station
Restaurants Near Chinatown
- Sinseung Banjeom
- Chinese Room
- Ujeong Llsik
- Jeonju Bbyeodagwi Haejangguk
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Beautiful and sucggestive place. Maybe there are not too much things to see, just the palace, some dragons and shops, but I liked it. It is good for a long walk.
Nice experience. I spent about 3 hours around. Had some shopping and local food.
A very cool area. Very worth going out of your way for if you live in Seoul. There are many good restaurants and stores and the atmosphere is very cool. The architecture is really nice and the jjajangmyeon museum is worth seeing.
Crowded. Far away from authentic Chinese cuisine. But you can experience other than China thing.
Really interesting place to go if you have spare time with your family or friends. History, arts and korean-chinese foods!!!!
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