It's a place of extraordinary diversity and languages and home to more than 2.2 million people with more park area than the other boroughs combined
It's a top sports destination and home of remarkable diversity
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Queens' biggest strength is its remarkable diversity: Among the 2.2 million people living within its 109 square miles, there are immigrants from more than 100 different countries who speak more than 138 languages. Roosevelt Avenue, a central Queens corridor, goes through Southeast Asia, India, South America, China and Korea in a couple of miles. Queens is also a premier sporting destination, with both Citi Field (home base for the New York Mets) and Arthur Ashe Stadium (where tennis greats vie… for the U.S. Open title each year). Forest Hills features shopping on its busy Austin Street. Flushing's Chinatown, an increasingly popular destination for foodies, is now larger than its Manhattan counterpart. Jackson Heights offers Tibetan, Indian and Latin American food. Astoria, Long Island City and Woodside provide excellent nightlife options. LaGuardia and John F. Kennedy airports are located in Queens; both are surrounded by hotels.Read More [+]
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