Chinatown MelbourneCurrently Open [Closes at 04:00 pm]
- Address: Little Bourke St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
- Timings: 10:00 am - 04:00 pm Details
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0.47% of people who visit Melbourne include Chinatown Melbourne in their plan
5 PM - 6 PM
47.83% of people start their Chinatown Melbourne visit around 5 PM - 6 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Chinatown Melbourne
60.98% of people prefer walking in order to reach Chinatown Melbourne
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I went there on Chinese new year, it's a lovely and vibrant place. It has many variety shops. I love learning about different cultures and this is a place to visit, if you want to experience a taste of China, without having to leave the country.
Chinatown Melbourne is a buzzing restaurant strip full of an amazing variety of Asian restaurants, including Chinese, Japanese, Cantonese, Thai and Korean, and most serving authentic Asian cuisine. I love the street decorations and the ambiance of the strip and have eaten here, many times at various restaurants over the years, including many Yum Cha Sundays. It busy on Sundays but well worth it.
I am originally from Melbourne, so it most likely helps that growing up here i know some good places to eat in china town. Most china towns around the world are just tourist traps with a few hidden gems that only locals or well travelled tourist will know about. Melbourne's china town is not the most impressive looking, hence i deducted a star. However, i personally feel that a lot of the restaurants around here definitely are very tasty. Most of them are quite authentic.
Awesome. I go every time I'm in Melbourne. Fun stuff and is open late all around. The later it gets the more sketchy it becomes. It's awesome. Tons of Interesting food restaurants but I wish they had more street vendor's. Lots of Asian chicks to check out and drunken white girls to stumble on. Fun times had each time.
Love China town so many choices for delicious food. And you can get really great beauty products as well I especially like the chemist in the Target building in China town Melbourne.