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Beverly Hills

Beverly Hills is the number one upper-class residential area in Los Angeles. There are even tours driving through Beverly Hills and looking around celebrities' homes.

Chinatown

In Chinatown, the streets are filled with signs in Chinese characters, and the neon signs of Chinese restaurants glitters at night.

Farmers Market

Farmers Market was formed in 1934 when farmers suffering from the Great Depression began to gather to sell fresh vegetables and fruits. The low price and freshness of the products have gradually come to attract tourists.

Grauman's Chinese Theater

Grauman's Chinese Theater, a famous movie theater in Hollywood designed in the image of a Chinese temple, is known for hosting world premieres.

Griffith Observatory

In the Griffith Observatory, visitors can observe the stars through an astrometric telescope and enjoy planetarium and laser shows. It is also famous for its beautiful night view.

Hollywood & Highland

Built on a vast property bounded by Hollywood Blvd. and Highland Ave., Hollywood & Highland is an entertainment complex hosting the Kodak Theater, home of the Academy Awards ceremony, as well as foreign food restaurants, cinema complexes, hotels, and shopping malls.

Hollywood Bowl

Hollywood Bowl is an open-air concert hall located in the north of Hollywood.

L.A. Live

L.A. Live is an entertainment and sports complex built in the Downtown redevelopment zone. The Nokia Theater opened in October 2007 and the Grammy Museum opened in December 2008.

Marina Del Rey

Marina Del Rey is the largest yacht harbor in Los Angeles and is located just north of Los Angeles International Airport.

Music Center

The Music Center is comprised of four theaters in which classic music, operas, and ballets are performed daily.

Rodeo Drive

More than 100 top-brand stores including Chanel, Cartier, Gucci, and Louis Vuitton line Rodeo Drive, forming a luxury boutique district.

Santa Monica

Santa Monica is the best known beach in Los Angeles. The amusement park on the pier, the shopping and dining area on the vehicle-free Third Street Promenade, and the pedestrian walkway and bike path that stretch to Venice Beach all make Santa Monica an excellent beach for the fun times.

Staples Center

Adjacent to L.A. Live, the Staples Center is a multi-purpose event hall used for concerts and other events. Shaped like a huge spaceship, it has a futuristic architecture, and opened in October 1999.

The Walk of Fame

The Walk of Fame consists of star-shaped paving stones embedded in Hollywood Boulevard, and bears the names of about 2,500 movie stars, musicians, and other celebrities.

Walt Disney Concert Hall

Walt Disney Concert Hall is the newest of the four concert halls of the Music Center and is the new home of the Los Angeles Philharmonic orchestra. Its building was designed by the master of architecture Frank Gehry.

Source: Los Angeles Convention and Visitors Bureau

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