One of the many things travelers love about New York is its cultural and ethnic variety. Coming to the big apple is like visiting forty countries in just one trip. For the enthused tourist New York is really a destination that simply can’t be missed.
As The American Community Survey Data Archive indicates, by 2010 New York had a population of more than 8 million people; 44.8 percent is White, 28.2 percent is Black/African American, 12 percent is Asian and the New York Hispanics have a population of more than two million people. Those are the basic boring demographic statistics.
When travelers come to this wonderful city they not only get to see the ethnicities as mentioned, but also they are able to experience being surrounded by people from the Middle East, India, Germany, Italy, Brazil, and countless others. This is one of the most visited cities in the world, and it is not a big surprise to be able to see the diversity of races that come to the big apple.
What is actually really delightful is to be able to experiment with all these cultures through their food, clubs and even clothing. Tourists can go to the best Asian cuisine in the Westchester square neighborhood of the Bronx, The New Hawaii Sea, with Mandarin, Hawaiian and Japanese food all in one restaurant. Later they can shop for original Spanish clothes in the Zara clothing store located right on Lexington Ave in midtown Manhattan, and finally go and dance Bachata, the sexiest Latin dance out there, in Club Cache in Time Square.
Those are a tiny fraction of the many, many things travelers can take advantage of given the diversified and rich culture of New York; there is nothing they can’t do or no one they couldn't meet after arriving in this amazing city. Visiting New York City can truly be a life changing experience.