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Kultura Trail

Chinatown 'Bites and Culture' treasure hunt experience

Where
Chinatown
Chinatown
Dixon Street, Haymarket NSW 2000
Central Station, Exit 6
When

Every day, 11am to 8pm Sunday 20 November 2022 to Wednesday 31 January 2024

Cost

Adult: $40/team

Sydney's Chinatown has evolved into something more than just about Chinese cuisine.

On this trail, we will dig deeper into what makes this particular Chinatown unique by highlighting the details that are often overlooked. We will show you its hidden gems & local hangs!

What to expect: Going beyond Dixon Street & Paddy's Market to check out artsy alleyways, local stores and restaurants that many locals don’t even know, yet. And of course food, yes, food!

Don’t forget to support the small businesses and experience the hospitality of Sydney’s Chinatown.

How it works:

  • Guided by the Kultura Trail web app (no downloads required), your mission is to decipher cryptic clues and riddles and complete the tasks presented to you at each location.

  • Compete with your friends and family or do it as a unique date night activity. You'll get to experience Chinatown like never before - all in the name of cultural exploration.

There will be 10 stops on this trail and it's completely self-guided. Recommended time: any day between 11am-8pm. Family-friendly.

Contact event organiser

Kultura Trail

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