Situated in Brisbane's Chinatown amongst an array of Chinese restaurants, you enter the Chinatown Mall between two ... More
Situated in Brisbane's Chinatown amongst an array of Chinese restaurants, you enter the Chinatown Mall between two dragons, a lucky omen for your search for that something different. As you gaze at the carvings on offer, Asian music softly wafting in the breeze, you absorb that oriental feeling and even contemplate buying those chicken feet in the shop window next to the stalls! Clothing, souvenir t-shirts, and various knick-knacks and oddities can also be bought here. Offering a lower price is expected, so feel free to haggle for that perfect price! Every lunar new year, the mall sees the Chinese New Year Festival.
Since 1990, three levels of fashion, jewelery, great beach wear, kitchen ware, and bridal gowns have begged for you to
look, try on and buy at the Broadway on the Mall. Lower level food outlets see you eating lunch ...
Back when the mall was refurbished, 1200 construction workers spent about 150,000 hours working on it. As one of the
major attractions in the city of Brisbane, Queen Street Mall covers an area the size of two rugby league ...
Like every Chinatown across the globe, this area in central Sydney is famous for its Chinese restaurants, antique shops and
annual festivals. The area has a distinct Chinese look to it, between the architecture and colorful items on sale ...