The Best Spots in Paris to Welcome The Chinese New Year 2022
Largely known as the 'Chinatown' of Paris, the Quartier Asiatique in the 13th arrondissement is undoubtedly the best place to celebrate the Chinese New Year.
It's become the central district of the city's Asian community, and though other ethnicities like Vietnamese, Cambodian,
Indonesian, Thai, and more have settled down here, the Chinese influences still reign supreme.And come Chinese New Year, Quartier Asiatique hosts a massive parade with lion dances, ribbon dances, drummer troops, and more.
What better place to celebrate the Chinese New Year than at a place where you can uphold Chinese and other Asian artists?
The Paris Beijing Gallery on Rue de Turbigo offers a look into eastern contemporary art, infused with a tinge of western influence to
bridge the gap between the two hemispheres.Having started out as a photography gallery when it was first built in 2009, it grew to become a platform for emerging Asian artists from around the world to show off their latest and best works in the art capital, Paris.
Located on Rue Saint-Médard, Maison des Trois Thés is the premier Chinese tea house in Paris.
But make no mistake, this place is far from the tea room you'd normally see in Paris or even in London and beyond.
Founded by Yu Hui Tseng, the most recognized female tea master and the only one of her kind active in China today, this hotspot is practically a shrine to Chinese tea.Though its English name is 'The House of the Three Teas,' the place
Though Belleville is a trendy neighborhood in Paris that's known for its street food market and hip hang-outs, the place also lights up unlike any other every Chinese New year.
Since it's also one of the largest districts in the city, spanning a total of four arrondissements in
Paris, you can expect the celebrations here to be large, colorful, and crowded.Just like Quartier Asiatique, Belleville also holds a parade on the holiday, complete with lion dances, dragon dances, martial arts, acrobats, and more.
Before there were Quartier Asiatique and Belleville, there was Le Marais. Amidst its luxury homes and popular hotspots, the neighborhood also hosts one of the biggest Chinese New Year parades in the French capital.
Although Quartier Asiatique is the premier hub for the Asian communities in Paris, Rue Sainte-Anne is rising up to be another similar district in the French capital.
Located between the 1st and 2nd arrondissements of Paris, it's becoming well-known as the
Japanese/Korean quarter of the city.
From sushi restaurants to Korean barbecue places, it's a foodie's paradise here.But while Japanese and Korean food and culture are different from Chinese, the Lunar New Year remains an
important occasion here nonetheless.During the holiday, expect the many hotspots here to offer promos, discounts, and more.
It's their own way to celebrate and welcome good fortune for the coming year.
escape for many locals and tourists alike.
The very authentic Chinese decor and vibe of the place make it stand out from all the other establishments, both in the city and beyond.
Looking more like ancient temples, the