Houston Is A True International City

The Lone Star State is home to some of the top cities in the nation. From Austin and Dallas to San Antonio, Texas continues to attract new residents and businesses from all over the country and world. However, its largest city Houston seems to be growing at alarming rates.

Known as the Clutch City, H Town is home to an international and diverse population. From Native Americans and Mexicans to Puerto Ricans and Nigerians, you will find people here from all over the country and globe. This is reflected in the number of international restaurants, outdoor cafes, and eateries scattered across the city.

Chinatown is located in the Bellaire area, which is home to many fine Asian restaurants and shopping centers. Similarly, Little India encompasses the Hillcroft and Harwin areas. These areas are home to fine Indian and Pakistani restaurants, shopping centers, and entertainment venues. The Uptown Area is also home to the Galleria and city waterfall, along with fine boutiques and elegant dining establishments.

No trip to H Town is ever complete without a visit to neighboring Galveston. From charter fishing and boating to all types of nautical and aquatic activities, there is so much to do and see in this resort town. This includes plenty of activities for the kids, including the Sea Wall, Moody Gardens, and the best seafood restaurants in the state.

The Space City is also home to NASA and the Johnson Space Center. This is a must for families that love aviation and space exploration. In fact, you will be able to see shuttles and rockets that were used in space, along with so many souvenir and gift stands.

With a blend of down home Southern living and Northern amenities, H Town is truly a great place to work and raise a family in. As the fourth largest city in the nation, it is also home to over 4 million residents and continues to grow and expand each day.