Above is a picture taken this past weekend, showing a section of Las Vegas’s Chinatown. As on most weekends, it was full of cars. No doubt, many people were out enjoying all the area has to offer. There are a variety of Asian cuisines to be found there, along with bars and lounges worth visiting.
Visitors to the Entertainment Capital of the World tend to make the famed Las Vegas Strip and the hip Fremont Street area prime places to visit. Of course, there are those who use Las Vegas as a base from which to visit the great outdoors, places like the Grand Canyon in Arizona, Zion National Park in Utah and nearby Red Rock Canyon, here in Nevada. Along with these great sites, you should consider visiting Las Vegas’s Chinatown, just west of the Strip. It is sure to provide a memorable experience, with lots to entertain you.
Chinatown has a great selection of cuisines from throughout Asia. Some of the restaurants have been here for decades. Among them are well known hotspots that might keep you waiting for a table, owing to their popularity. And their popularity is well deserved. Going is worth the wait. Simply where a mask and social distance while waiting.
Make sure to visit Chinatown next time you are here in Las Vegas. You will be glad you did.