If you've ever been to the Chinatown food degustation and cultural walking tour of Chicago Food Planet, you know the impression: half-stuffed with the delicious Chinese food you've tasted, from dim sum at Triple Crown to ma po tofu at Lao Szechuan, your tour guide will take you through a series of turns, down a quiet residential road and through a deserted alley... and suddenly you're facing a lovely road.
Start off with a beautiful orange and red pagoda-style shelter, with the Chicago River flowing quietly behind it, is Ping Tom Memorial Park, the area's most beautiful hidden gem — you can't eat it anyway.
This park offers the absolute best view of the skyline of Chicago from a clean, quiet, lovely park south of the town. Bring a sunset picnic and enchant your other important at this ideal date place, or take your family and friends and enjoy the playground, open areas and walking trails.
To get to the park, join the W 19th Street northwest corner of Chinatown. The entrance behind some housing complexes is tucked away, and adjacent street parking is available. You can also get here from Cermak-Chinatown station by taking the CTA red-line train.
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