Flushing

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Where to stay in Flushing

The soup dumplings here are recognized as some of the best in the city. This restaurant has reopened in a larger and modern space.

Flushing Chinatown

Flushing Chinatown is popular for its abundant dining options, and you can check out Free Synagogue of Flushing, a top attraction in the neighborhood.

Flushing Chinatown
Our favorite food in the world can be found in Flushing, queens. No place on earth is so racially diverse per square mile than queens newyork.

Linden Hill

Visitors to Linden Hill enjoy its restaurants, and if you want to do some exploring, Lewis Howard Latimer House Museum is worth a stop.

Linden Hill
This is at a park in my neighborhood. The mood in the park changes dramatically when it's foggy. It's feels eerie and charming, there's nothing to be afraid when you have Totoro around!

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Murray Hill

If you're spending some time in Murray Hill, Queens Historical Society and Kingsland Homestead are top sights worth seeing.

Murray Hill
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Kew Gardens Hills

Explore commercial areas like Main Street for Jewish-themed stores and Kosher restaurants, or visit cultural attractions such as the Godwin-Ternbach Museum. Easily accessible via multiple bus routes, but no direct subway stations.

Kew Gardens Hills
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East Flushing

While East Flushing might not have many sights to explore, venturing just a little farther will lead you to top things to see and do like Citi Field and Hindu Temple Society of North America.

East Flushing