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Trave with Llano

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Trave with Llano

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Capilano Suspension Bridge Park is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Vancouver, British Columbia. The reason is simple, there are so many things to see and do! Capilano Suspension Bridge crosses to towering evergreens, cedar-scented rainforest air and Treetops Adventure, 7 suspended footbridges offering views 110 feet above the forest floor. The new Cliffwalk follows a granite precipice along Capilano River with a labyrinth-like series of narrow cantilevered bridges, stairs and platforms and only 16 anchor points in the cliff supporting the structure!
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Capilano Suspension Bridge
3735 Capilano Rd
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Capilano Suspension Bridge Park is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Vancouver, British Columbia. The reason is simple, there are so many things to see and do! Capilano Suspension Bridge crosses to towering evergreens, cedar-scented rainforest air and Treetops Adventure, 7 suspended footbridges offering views 110 feet above the forest floor. The new Cliffwalk follows a granite precipice along Capilano River with a labyrinth-like series of narrow cantilevered bridges, stairs and platforms and only 16 anchor points in the cliff supporting the structure!
The brick-paved, heritage-hugging neighborhood where 19th-century Vancouver began has seen a cool wave of bars, restaurants and boutiques opening in recent years. But rather than building afresh, these independent businesses have restored and revitalized some of the city's oldest structures. The former skid row 'old town' area is now a picturesque and popular balance of old and new; just ask the jaunty bronze statue of John 'Gassy Jack' Deighton in Maple Tree Sq, guarding the site where he built his first pub way back in 1867.
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Gastown
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The brick-paved, heritage-hugging neighborhood where 19th-century Vancouver began has seen a cool wave of bars, restaurants and boutiques opening in recent years. But rather than building afresh, these independent businesses have restored and revitalized some of the city's oldest structures. The former skid row 'old town' area is now a picturesque and popular balance of old and new; just ask the jaunty bronze statue of John 'Gassy Jack' Deighton in Maple Tree Sq, guarding the site where he built his first pub way back in 1867.
Chinatown is known for its buzzing food scene, which includes traditional Asian bakeries, dim sum restaurants and hip cocktail bars. Jars of ginseng and dried fish line the shelves of old-school apothecaries, while Chinese groceries stocked with live seafood and exotic vegetables share the streets with indie fashion shops. Nearby, Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden has tranquil paths and pavilions.
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Chinatown
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Chinatown is known for its buzzing food scene, which includes traditional Asian bakeries, dim sum restaurants and hip cocktail bars. Jars of ginseng and dried fish line the shelves of old-school apothecaries, while Chinese groceries stocked with live seafood and exotic vegetables share the streets with indie fashion shops. Nearby, Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden has tranquil paths and pavilions.
Few cities have democratized their waterfront better than Vancouver: you can stroll or cycle along a tree-fringed, wave-lapped walkway all the way from Canada Place to Kitsilano and the University of British Columbia (UBC). But the highlight is the 8.8km stretch around Stanley Park. Like an immersive visual spa treatment, you'll encounter rippling ocean backed by looming mountains on one side and the gentle swish of dense forest and smiling cyclists on the other. It's a sigh-triggering reminder of how great life can be.
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Stanley Park Seawall
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Few cities have democratized their waterfront better than Vancouver: you can stroll or cycle along a tree-fringed, wave-lapped walkway all the way from Canada Place to Kitsilano and the University of British Columbia (UBC). But the highlight is the 8.8km stretch around Stanley Park. Like an immersive visual spa treatment, you'll encounter rippling ocean backed by looming mountains on one side and the gentle swish of dense forest and smiling cyclists on the other. It's a sigh-triggering reminder of how great life can be.
Vancouver's favorite winter playground is a short drive from downtown. But Grouse isn't just for goggle-eyed powder nuts. In summer, you'll have great views over the city – shimmering in the water far below – plus the perfect excuse for a flower-studded alpine hike (take the steep Grouse Grind to reach the summit if you fancy working up a sweat or hop the scenic gondola ride instead). Either way, check out the grizzly bear enclosure: it's a great way to see sharp-toothed wildlife close up without wetting yourself.
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Grouse Mountain
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Vancouver's favorite winter playground is a short drive from downtown. But Grouse isn't just for goggle-eyed powder nuts. In summer, you'll have great views over the city – shimmering in the water far below – plus the perfect excuse for a flower-studded alpine hike (take the steep Grouse Grind to reach the summit if you fancy working up a sweat or hop the scenic gondola ride instead). Either way, check out the grizzly bear enclosure: it's a great way to see sharp-toothed wildlife close up without wetting yourself.
The city's leading showcase for art has been exhibiting local photoconceptualist photographers, the nature-themed paintings of Emily Carr and an ever-changing roster of popular visiting exhibitions for many years, becoming Western Canada's most important art space in the process. And while plans are afoot to move from its downtown heritage-building space to a landmark new joint just a few blocks away, some things will endure: including the regular FUSE evening events, when the gallery turns into a clubby late-night hangout for culture lovers.
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Vancouver Art Gallery
750 Hornby St
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The city's leading showcase for art has been exhibiting local photoconceptualist photographers, the nature-themed paintings of Emily Carr and an ever-changing roster of popular visiting exhibitions for many years, becoming Western Canada's most important art space in the process. And while plans are afoot to move from its downtown heritage-building space to a landmark new joint just a few blocks away, some things will endure: including the regular FUSE evening events, when the gallery turns into a clubby late-night hangout for culture lovers.
Under Vancouver's favorite geodesic dome (OK, it's only one), this ever-popular science showcase has tonnes of hands-on galleries and a cool outdoor park crammed with rugged fun (yes, you can lift 2028kg). Inside, there are two floors of brilliant educational play, from plasma balls to whisper dishes. Check out the live critters in the Sara Stern Gallery, the bodily functions exhibits in the BodyWorks area, then fly over a city on the virtual-reality Birdly ride ($8 extra).
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Science World at TELUS World of Science
1455 Quebec St
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Under Vancouver's favorite geodesic dome (OK, it's only one), this ever-popular science showcase has tonnes of hands-on galleries and a cool outdoor park crammed with rugged fun (yes, you can lift 2028kg). Inside, there are two floors of brilliant educational play, from plasma balls to whisper dishes. Check out the live critters in the Sara Stern Gallery, the bodily functions exhibits in the BodyWorks area, then fly over a city on the virtual-reality Birdly ride ($8 extra).
This highly popular green-thumbed oasis is a 22-hectare, 255,000-plant idyll that offers a strollable web of pathways weaving through specialized garden areas: the Rhododendron Walk blazes with color in spring, while the Korean Pavilion is a focal point for a fascinating Asian collection. Save time to get lost in the hedge maze and look out for the herons, owls and turtles that call the park and its ponds home. Informative guided tours are also offered here daily from April to October.
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VanDusen Botanical Garden
5251 Oak St
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This highly popular green-thumbed oasis is a 22-hectare, 255,000-plant idyll that offers a strollable web of pathways weaving through specialized garden areas: the Rhododendron Walk blazes with color in spring, while the Korean Pavilion is a focal point for a fascinating Asian collection. Save time to get lost in the hedge maze and look out for the herons, owls and turtles that call the park and its ponds home. Informative guided tours are also offered here daily from April to October.
Cresting the hill in Queen Elizabeth Park, this domed conservatory is a delightful rainy-day warm-up. At Vancouver's best-value paid attraction, you'll find tropical trees and plants bristling with hundreds of free-flying, bright-plumaged birds. Listen for the noisy resident parrots but also keep your eyes peeled for rainbow-hued Gouldian finches, shimmering African superb starlings and maybe even a dramatic Lady Amherst pheasant, snaking through the undergrowth. Ask nicely and the attendants might even let you feed the smaller birds from a bowl. Tickets & tours Bloedel Conservatory Admission Ticket US$5.42 and up DETAILS Vancouver to Fraser Valley Wine Country Private Tasting Tour US$229.97 and up DETAILS The Really Gay History Tour US$29.69 and up DETAILS MORE TICKETS & TOURS Details 4600 Cambie St Queen Elizabeth Park 604-257-8584 Visit website Hours: 10am-5pm Jan-Mar, Nov & Dec, 10am-6pm Apr, Sep & Oct, 10am-8pm May-Aug Price: adult/child $6.75/3.30 Pick up a free bird-watcher's checklist from the front desk and record how many you see. The walkways are accessible for strollers, so this is a good place to bring the family.
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Bloedel Conservatory
4600 Cambie St
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Cresting the hill in Queen Elizabeth Park, this domed conservatory is a delightful rainy-day warm-up. At Vancouver's best-value paid attraction, you'll find tropical trees and plants bristling with hundreds of free-flying, bright-plumaged birds. Listen for the noisy resident parrots but also keep your eyes peeled for rainbow-hued Gouldian finches, shimmering African superb starlings and maybe even a dramatic Lady Amherst pheasant, snaking through the undergrowth. Ask nicely and the attendants might even let you feed the smaller birds from a bowl. Tickets & tours Bloedel Conservatory Admission Ticket US$5.42 and up DETAILS Vancouver to Fraser Valley Wine Country Private Tasting Tour US$229.97 and up DETAILS The Really Gay History Tour US$29.69 and up DETAILS MORE TICKETS & TOURS Details 4600 Cambie St Queen Elizabeth Park 604-257-8584 Visit website Hours: 10am-5pm Jan-Mar, Nov & Dec, 10am-6pm Apr, Sep & Oct, 10am-8pm May-Aug Price: adult/child $6.75/3.30 Pick up a free bird-watcher's checklist from the front desk and record how many you see. The walkways are accessible for strollers, so this is a good place to bring the family.
美食所在地
Granville Island is packed with enticing backstreet studios and artsy little nooks, but the brimming Public Market lures everyone who comes here like a foodie-themed siren song. From pyramids of glistening fresh fruit to drool-triggering deli counters that inspire a picnicking approach to life, it's a taste-tripping wander for browsers as well as locals dropping in for their regular shop. Add a seat at the shoreline plaza outside, complete with cheery buskers and beady-eyed seagulls, and you've found what may be Vancouver's best afternoon out.
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Granville Island Public Market
1669 Johnston St
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Granville Island is packed with enticing backstreet studios and artsy little nooks, but the brimming Public Market lures everyone who comes here like a foodie-themed siren song. From pyramids of glistening fresh fruit to drool-triggering deli counters that inspire a picnicking approach to life, it's a taste-tripping wander for browsers as well as locals dropping in for their regular shop. Add a seat at the shoreline plaza outside, complete with cheery buskers and beady-eyed seagulls, and you've found what may be Vancouver's best afternoon out.
Asian Dining Torn between visiting Canada or Asia? Come to Vancouver and try the richest, most authentic Asian dining scene in North America. From bustling dim-sum joints to cozy izakayas (Japanese neighborhood pubs), pho (Vietnamese noodle soup) houses to super-fresh sushi joints, Vancouver offers easy access to culinary adventure. For the especially epicurious, dive into the steam-shrouded food stands at the Hong Kong–style summer night market in Richmond, the adjoining city that also has more Asian restaurants than you'll ever be able to visit.
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Richmond
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Asian Dining Torn between visiting Canada or Asia? Come to Vancouver and try the richest, most authentic Asian dining scene in North America. From bustling dim-sum joints to cozy izakayas (Japanese neighborhood pubs), pho (Vietnamese noodle soup) houses to super-fresh sushi joints, Vancouver offers easy access to culinary adventure. For the especially epicurious, dive into the steam-shrouded food stands at the Hong Kong–style summer night market in Richmond, the adjoining city that also has more Asian restaurants than you'll ever be able to visit.
邻近地区
Vancouver’s indie heart is a stroll-worthy feast of quirky stores, unique places to eat and wood-floored coffee shops that invites long afternoons of laid-back exploring among the plaid-shirted locals. Expect everything from arts and crafts purveyors to cool vinyl record retailers and a stationery store that proves just how desirable old typewriters can be. Keep your eyes peeled for side-street murals as well as a full round of tasty microbreweries. And when you’re hungry, you’ll find some of the city’s best one-of-a-kind restaurants, from Singaporean hawker dining to vegetarian comfort food.
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Main Street
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Vancouver’s indie heart is a stroll-worthy feast of quirky stores, unique places to eat and wood-floored coffee shops that invites long afternoons of laid-back exploring among the plaid-shirted locals. Expect everything from arts and crafts purveyors to cool vinyl record retailers and a stationery store that proves just how desirable old typewriters can be. Keep your eyes peeled for side-street murals as well as a full round of tasty microbreweries. And when you’re hungry, you’ll find some of the city’s best one-of-a-kind restaurants, from Singaporean hawker dining to vegetarian comfort food.
Richmond is a city in British Columbia, Canada, and the site of Vancouver International Airport. Known for its Asian influences, it’s home to the International Buddhist Temple, an elaborate complex resembling Beijing’s Forbidden City. Asian eateries and shops cluster in the Golden Village district. In the village of Steveston, the Gulf of Georgia Cannery has interactive exhibits on the local salmon-canning tradition.
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Richmond
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Richmond is a city in British Columbia, Canada, and the site of Vancouver International Airport. Known for its Asian influences, it’s home to the International Buddhist Temple, an elaborate complex resembling Beijing’s Forbidden City. Asian eateries and shops cluster in the Golden Village district. In the village of Steveston, the Gulf of Georgia Cannery has interactive exhibits on the local salmon-canning tradition.