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Charter a bus to LA Chinatown

Charter a bus rental to Chinatown

LA’s Chinatown is bordered by some of the city’s largest freeways, including Interstate 5, the 101, and the 110. What this means is that it can be a very busy place in terms of traffic. To get your group to and from Chinatown safely, you should look into renting a private charter bus in Los Angeles.

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Why charter a bus for Chinatown

Because of its unique and heavily trafficked location just a stone’s throw from LA’s civic and cultural center, visiting Chinatown is best done by renting an LA charter bus so that your group can enjoy the sights and sounds as your driver negotiates the tight streets. Hiring a private driver to perform shuttle service for your group is also a great idea, as it gives you the freedom to get dropped off in one location and picked up on the other side of Chinatown.

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About the Surrounding Area

About the Surrounding Area

Chinatown’s Central Plaza is a great place to start you trip. The open-air pedestrian mall offers a number of unique vendors and opportunities to purchase goods that you won’t find anywhere else in the city. It’s also home to a number of great restaurants, including New Dragon Sea Food Restaurant, Foo-Chow Restaurant, and Blossom Vietnamese. If your group is looking for an eclectic mix of old school and new school restaurants, you’ll want to head over to Far East Plaza. This plaza was built in 1976 and one of its most unique attractions is Now Serving, which is a hybrid cookbook store and pop-up space designed for pro and amateur chefs ali...

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About Chinatown

Chinatown in LA has been a commercial center for Chinese and Asian businesses located in Central Los Angeles since 1938. But it was opened that year under the label of “New Chinatown,” as its previous location had been razed to make way for the incoming Union Station and its surrounding infrastructure. It is the first such neighborhood in the U.S. that was owned by Chinese residents.

Today, LA’s Chinatown is experiencing its own sort of renaissance. It is home to some of the city’s hottest new restaurants and art galleries. It is also the famed home of Bruce Lee’s former studio. It’s a colorful urban setting that features a number of annual events, including Chinatown Summer Nights, Moon Festival, CicLAvia, and, of course, the celebration of the Chinese New Year.

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