Located at 668 N 44th St. on the Northeastern side of Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport, the Chinese Cultural Center is a combination of restaurants, shops, and office spaces. The Chinese New Year performances and celebrations hosted by the center have educated both tourists and locals about Chinese culture.
Dine at the authentic restaurants located inside the Cultural Center. The Beijing Garden Restaurant and Szechwan Palace offer some of the most authentic and delicious tasting Chinese cuisine in Phoenix, AZ.
From Asian grocery, Chinese medicine, to gift stores, the Chinese Cultural center is an one stop shop for all of your oriental shopping needs. If you love Asian food you will love to shop at the Super L Ranch Market. It offers a complete Asian grocery shopping experience from seasonal fresh fruits & vegetables, live fish, to all the herbs and condiments you would need to satisfy your Asian taste palates. Unfortunately, the Ranch Market was forced to leave under the new ownership of True North Companies. True North refused to renew their lease and forced the Ranch Market to relocate in just 30 days. The Ranch Market could not find a proper vacant space big enough to hold their store in 30 days and they are suffering badly. Learn how you can help us save the center and bring back our beloved grocery store of the Asian community.
The traditional Chinese garden is one of the main features of the Chinese cultural center. Its artifacts are an important example of Chinese workmanship and cultural significance.
Bonus: 360 VR Panoramas of the Phoenix Chinese Cultural Center
There are a collection of 360 VR Panoramas of the Chinese Cultural Center in Phoenix AZ by VR Photographer Bradford Bohonu. (https://www.bohonus.com).
Use your hand or mouse to adjust the view angles.
1. 360 degree view in front of the Szechwan Palace.
2, 360 degree view of the northwest corner near Szechwan Palace.
3. 360 degree view in front of the Super Ranch Market (now moved).
4. 360 degree view in front of the Beijing Garden Restaurant.
5. Another 360 degree view in front of the Beijing Garden Restaurant.
6, 360 degree view of the locked Garden Gate on August 20, 2017.