"Chinatown" Chinatown Tip by Spider02

Chinatown, Montreal: 22 reviews and 50 photos

  Pedestrian Street off Rue St Urbain in Chinatown
by Spider02

Montreal's Chinatown at it's most interesting is walking through some of it's pedestrian thoroughfares between some of the larger boulevards. This street, between Rue St. Urbain and Rue St. Laurent, is lined with small intimate restaurants with narrow outdoor patios and curious shops selling everything from traditional medicinces to fortune telling.

Homeless people, sometimes, make a bed for themselves smack in the middle of the street.

Address: Montreal, QC., Canada
Directions: Rue St. Dominique NE., Blvd., Rene-Levesque O NW., Rue St. Urban and Rue Jeanne Mancde SE., and Ave Viger SE.
Phone: 5149901872
Website: http://www.go-montreal.com/areas_chinatown.htm

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  • Written Dec 13, 2003
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