Chinatown Plaza is the most exciting and fascinating neighborhood in Las Vegas. It is a colorful and unique Tong Dynasty architecture eclectic of Asian cultures and features Las Vegas largest concentration of Asian businesses to meet your every fancy. Chinatown Plaza offers a blend of East and West, a place where Orientals can buy traditional products and Occidentals can experience the Asian culture. The entrance of the parking lot of Chinatown Plaza is marked by a beautifully crafted traditional Chinese arch. There is even a statue of the Journey to the West of Xuan Zang and the Monkey God at the front of the mall as these are figures in classical Tong Dynasty-era Chinese literature. Chinese music wafts through the covered walkways outside the shops. Framed posters along the walk's interior walls illustrate Chinese customs, arts, and entertainment, while open shop doors beckon visitors with intriguing glimpses and aromas of the Orient. Chinatown Plaza is not only a place for journey, but it is also a place for everyone to enjoy Asian culture through the retail shops. The entire area serves as a small cultural exhibit, and signs scattered throughout contain factual information about Chinese art and history. Come and enjoy the many arts and crafts gift shops and the only Chinese bookstore in Nevada. Youll also discover the largest Asian supermarket in the city a well stocked Chinese herb shop, high quality bakery, plants shop, jade store, and many other retail stores that will make you feel like youve been in Asia. As a whole, Chinatown Plaza is a series of large shopping centers with ethnic Chinese and other pan-Asian businesses. Once you have worked up your appetite from all the exploring or visiting, grab yourself an exquisite meal from one of the ten restaurants with authentic Asian cuisine. Try anything from Chinese, Filipino, Korean, Japanese, and Vietnamese cuisine to various types of food, such as a platter of mouthwatering and scrumptious Hong Kong-style roast duck or succulent won ton noodles, a wonderful bowl of healthy Vietnamese pho noodle soup, fresh Japanese sushi, or a refreshing cup of cold Taiwanese boba tea on a scorching desert day.