Located on the south side of Chicago, between Cermak road and Wentworth Avenue, the Chinese district is inhabited by about 100,000 people of Asian descent, being the second largest in the United States after the San Francisco. Chinatown is not biggest or most impressive, but despite this is still a wonderful place to stroll, browse in shops with unreadable signs and feel more in China than in the United States.
It is interesting to start the tour of the Chinatown Mural (near the train station), which shows the history of Chinese immigrants arrived in the United States. And see also recommend Chinatown Square with sculptures of Chinese zodiac animals. It’s great to walk along Wentworth Avenue with plenty of restaurants and shops and Pui Tak Center.
I also recommend getting into the Ping Tom Memorial Park, a Chinese-style gardens parallels to the Chicago River that’s very worthwhile. Lost in Chinatown, there is always a little corner that will surprise you.