Chinatown Mall

Fortitude Valley, Brisbane Area

Situated in Fortitude Valley, Brisbane's Chinatown Mall is a hive of activity that draws as many locals as it does visitors. From the moment you pass under the traditional Chinese gates, complete with 320 kilogram stone guard-lions, you'll be treated to a feast for the senses. Maybe it's the hustle and bustle of the Chinese supermarkets, the smells and sounds of exotic ingredients meeting a sizzling wok, or the steaming Yum Cha breakfasts shared with friends that bring people back time and time again. Whatever the case, Chinatown is always at the ready to enthral and delight.

It's not just the food that's impressive. Walk around and you'll see Chinatown is alive with the architecture, fabrics, colours and emotions of the Orient. The Chinatown Mall is an animated shopping and entertainment destination that plays host to weekend markets and special events. Every visit to Chinatown takes you on a tour of one of the world' most time-enduring cultures, without leaving the city.

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Duncan Street
Fortitude Valley, Brisbane Area
Queensland
Australia

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