San Francisco Chinatown is truly a must see on any trip plan. Authentic smells waft through the air, roasted ducks hang in the windows, and dim sum bakeries, trinket shops, and exotic grocery stores fill the streets. San Francisco's Chinatown is the largest in the world outside of Asia and due to SF's large Chinese immigrant population, the Chinatown is certainly authentic. Whether you want to take home some tasty Asian candies, go tea tasting, eat some dim sum, or simply walk the streets and see what looks interesting, Chinatown has tons to offer. Below we recommend some of our favorite Chinatown spots including the Tin How Temple (a well known buddhist temple), the Golden Gate Fortune Cookie Factory, The Empress of China restaurant and more. So explore San Francisco's extensive and unique Chinatown and see what discoveries await.
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