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The Millenium Gates at the entrance to Chinatown

Chinatown Vancouver Neighbourhood Guide

No visit to our city is complete without a stop in Chinatown Vancouver. After all, Forty three percent of Vancouverites claim Asian ancestry making it the most Asian city in North America. The Chinese are at the forefront, having played a substantial role in Vancouver’s...

A Hop on Hop Off Bus sits at Brockton Point, Vancouver

Hop On Hop Off Vancouver Epic User Guide

For travellers who don’t have a vehicle, or lack the desire to traverse Vancouver’s busy transportation system, you need not fret! Westcoast Sightseeing’s Hop On Hop Off Bus Tour is an efficient, affordable and convenient way for you to travel between the sites...

The Seattle skyline at dusk

Vancouver to Seattle Travel Guide + US Border Tips

There are currently 5 different ways to get from Vancouver to Seattle. Unfortunately all of them require travellers to make the somewhat arduous journey across the US/Canadian Border. Luckily, we’re here to ensure that with a few travel hacks, the proper documentation and the right...

The Chief of the Undersea, outside the Vancouver Aquarium

Vancouver Aquarium Conquered in A Thorough Guide

Let’s take a dip, fish freaks and crustacean crazies. In Vancouver we’ll even raise you a reptile, some monkeys, and a Pacific-White Sided Dolphin named Helen. Add it all up and we’ve got a hell of a day out. I know because I’ve been going there since I was 3...

a woman pulls a trolley along the sidewalk on her way to vancouver at abbotsford international airport

Abbotsford Airport to Vancouver Quick and Easy

Most people are under the impression that Vancouver International Airport is the only port of entry for travellers heading to the Vancouver area. And for a long time, they were right….. However, increasing tourism numbers and the proliferation of low-cost carriers has opened up...

The museum grounds at the Museum of Anthropology

The Museum of Anthropology: A Visitors Guide

Vancouver’s Museum of Anthropology is world renown for having one of the premier collections of Northwest Coast Indigenous sculptures, totem poles and artifacts anywhere on the planet. If you’re looking to visit one museum that manages to truly embody Vancouver, then the MOA is...

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