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1. Montrose: A section of Houston known for tattoo parlors, gay bars and quirky shops.  
2. Museum District: A world-renowned cultural/artistic area just south of downtown Houston where many museums, the zoo, and several par...  
3. Rice Village: A shopping and dining area west of the Rice University Campus  
4. Houston Theater District: The second largest in the country, surpassed only by Broadway.  
5. Bayou Place: A downtown complex housing several popular restaurants.  
6. Main Street: The downtown nightlife are, with clubs, bars and restaurants.  
7. Energy Corridor: The area is defined by many oil industry related companies and large corporations, such as ExxonMobil and Shell. Al...  
8. Heights, The: Known as the Houston Heights, it's a large community located in northwest-central of the city.  
9. Houston Museum District: Located in southern part of downtown, it is known for its reknowed exhibits and diverse venues.  
10. Theater District: located in downtown Houston, the district is home to Houston's nine performing arts organizations, the 130,000 squa...  
11. Central Business District: Located in downtown Houston, the district is home to more Fortune 500 companies than any other city next to New Yor...  
12. Uptown: located west of downtown, it is home to many high fashion shops and expensive hotels.  
13. Midtown: A district southwest of Downtown, it is home to little Saigon and ground-zero for the city’s redevelopment project.  
14. Westchase: A business district located in western Houston.  
15. Little Saigon: A popular cultural area, Little Saigon is a Vietnamese-American neighborhood located in Uptown.  
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