ITE HCMC 2014

ITE HCMC 2014

Wednesday, 19 October 2011

Chinatown Night Markets On Every Friday in Sydney

A person can have a delightful time shopping at the various markets in Asia, many of which are open late into the night. People can experience the sights, sounds & scents of an Asian night market right here in Chinatown in Sydney.

The Chinatown Night Markets is open every Friday and has more than 60 market stalls offering a variety of fashion, jewellery & accessories, massage therapy, toys & souvenirs, electronic gadgets and hand-made crafts.

There's also a range of stalls offering foods from different Asian cultures such as Taiwanese, Malaysian, Chinese and Japanese. There is even  Dragon Beard Candy, which is a a traditional Chinese candy that originated during ancient Chinese times and was made especially for consumption by the Chinese Emperors only.

Chinatown has an incredible range of restaurants and is one of Sydney’s best dining precincts. There are over 60 restaurants and food court stalls around Chinatown, offering many types of Asian cuisines such as Chinese, Vietnamese, Thai, Korean, Japanese, Taiwanese and Malaysian. Cheap eats are available in their food courts - there are two very popular food courts in Dixon Street which are always busy.

The Chinatown Night Markets is a great place to chill out after a long week of work and are open every Friday from 4pm to 11pm. They are located in Little Hay Street & Dixon Street Mall, Haymarket (opposite the Sydney Entertainment Centre), at the cated at the southern end of the Sydney CBD. The best way to get to Chinatown is to catch the monorail and alight at the Paddy's Markets stop. The nearest train station to Chinatown is Central Station.

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