Las Vegas Chinatown Plaza is a harmonious mix of Eastern and Western cultures. The parking lot entrance is adorned with a stunning traditional Chinese arch, and at the front of the mall stands a statue of “The Journey to the West” and the Monkey God from classical Tang Dynasty-era Chinese literature.
As visitors walk through the covered walkways outside the shops, they are serenaded by Chinese music. Inside, framed posters showcase Chinese customs, arts, and entertainment, while open shop doors invite visitors to explore the compelling sights and smells of Asia.
The original Las Vegas Chinatown Plaza was established in 1995 on Spring Mountain Road, already home to many Asian businesses. Today, it has become a thriving commercial district that spans several blocks and offers a range of businesses, including restaurants, shops, and unique architecture inspired by the arts and science of Chinese culture dating back to the Tang Dynasty (618-907 AD). It has also become a popular tourist destination, attracting visitors from around the world who are interested in exploring the unique cultural offerings of the area.
Enjoy a delightful culinary experience where you can savor a wide range of tasty dishes, including succulent Hong Kong-style roast duck, mouth-watering wonton noodles, wholesome Vietnamese pho noodle soup, and refreshing Taiwanese boba tea. This captivating destination is full of creativity, cultural richness, and an array of flavors that will delight your taste buds.
“Journey to the West” is a revered Chinese mythological novel from the Ming Dynasty, considered one of the Four Great Classical Novels of Chinese Literature. The story follows the courageous Buddhist monk Tan San Zhang, who embarks on a perilous pilgrimage to India during the Tang Dynasty. Accompanied by three loyal protectors—a mischievous Monkey, a kind-hearted Pig, and a reformed river ogre—they face challenges and ultimately attain enlightenment. This comic adventure, rooted in Chinese folklore, mythology, and spiritual philosophies, remains a timeless masterpiece.
Thai street foods
Baked goods, pastries and custom cakes
Korean soups and noodles
Boba tea and fruit juices
Asian noodles, beer and wine
Baked goods, pastries, coffee and tea
Sushi, Japanese izakaya and ramen
Boba, smoothies, snacks, coffee and tea
Chinese dumplings and noodles