This place was basically redesigned for tourists.. There is so much to do for this reason. Every kind of restaurant and hotel and who can forget Disneyland? and the people are amazingly nice
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- 1California, USA5 reviews
The town I grew up in! It doesn't have too much for tourists. What it does have is Little Saigon. The largest concentration of Vietnamese restaurants and stores in the country. If you are looking for a great Vietnamese restaurant or bakery this is the city for you!
- 2California, USA7 reviews
This is a pretty well run city with some great businesses. I have spent a lot of time here as I have lived next to it and also worked there. Overall it is a place worth going to. Its not the best nor the worst though. The streets are usually clean and in good repair. They have some key spots ...
- 3California, USA6 reviews
The lake is clean & nice. you can water ski or just soak in the sun. have a picnic lunch. The people are freindly.
- 4California, USA1 review
It's pretty nice
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- 6California, USA30 reviews
Also known as "Ir-FINE", because of the beautiful ladies. Yes, I am talking about you. So can get all giggly and tell your friends. I highly recommend visiting UCI if this is your first time in Irvine. You experience a great view only second to UCLA. Before a start my review, I like to address the bad reviews. I understand ...
- 7California, USA66 reviews
Very nice city - driving through downtown you feel like you are in a video game. Check out CSU Long Beach, the pier, and take a drive south on the PCH from here. Good views.
- 8California, USA9 reviews
Lived here also, gorgeous place right by the ocean
- 9California, USA56 reviews
I love Huntington! I have lived here for 3 years now and the beautiful weather and generally nice natives are great. It gets a little rough in the summer when the tourists invade and you can barely walk to the beach though. I play volleyball twice a week and the courts are generally well maintained and the atmosphere friendly.
- 10California, USA6 reviews
two words: bahn muthafucken-mi
- 11California, USA4 reviews
If you want to see L.A.'s real Chinatown, without the tourist embellishments, then Monterey Park and its neighborhoods are the place to go. This is one of the few areas of Los Angeles where I pay no attention to the Health Department's "A", "B" and "C" restaurant ratings. Many of the restaurants have a "B" rating but their food is ...
- 12California, USA4 reviews
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- 14California, USA3 reviews
What an amazing place! A very nice location, close to LA but with less drama. Rowland Heights has a big Asian community and with that comes some of the best Asian cuisine I have ever had the pleasure of eating.
- 15California, USA3 reviews
Nice area on LA close to UCLA. Definitely a nicer pay off the city, less ghetto, and offers a slew of God restaurants and night activities for the student population.
- 16California, USA2 reviews
- 17California, USA1 review
Love this small city. Hacienda Heights and Rowland Heights consist of some of the best asian food restaurants and drink cafes in Southern California. We pride over calling ourselves the 626 area - where now it has become known to be the hot place for asian cuisine. But to be more specifically, Hacienda Heights is actually quite a small area ...
- 18California, USA1 review
- 19California, USA4 reviews
Ginger hard at work! Lol
- 20California, USA