While most cities developed Chinatowns through Asian immigration over decades, Orlando's Chinatown was planned and launched within a few years. Anchored by cornerstone grocery 1st Oriental Supermarket, this area was officially established in 2002. Today Chinatown offers authentic Asian cuisine, traditional Asian herbal spa treatments and acupuncture-but the area is still developing, and is more influenced by American taste than homegrown immigrant culture.
Getting Around Orlando
The best way to get around Orlando is by car. Public transit and shuttle options exist, but a car is by far the easiest and most convenient transportation to access the numerous local theme parks and beaches.
Nearby Airports
  • Orlando International Airport-MCO
Airport Taxis
  • $35 to Downtown Orlando
Things to Do and See Near Chinatown