Canada Tourism – Located on the west coast of Canada, the city of Vancouver with a population of 600,000, has for many years been listed by travel magazines as a list of 10 most livable cities in the world. Our first point of departure came to Canada, where this beautiful port city is located. And the result of infamous realities transmission, Vancouver has many beauty charm tourists.

Compared to cities on Canada’s east coast, Vancouver is located on the later discovered west coast, officially born in 1886, to date only over 120 years old. Archaeological studies indicate that there were Aboriginal tribes living in this area between 6,000 and 8,000 years ago. At the end of the 18th century, British navigator George Vancouver set foot on this land, exploring the Fraser river. Later, people took his name for the city.


Therefore, Vancouver does not have important historical sites or ancient buildings. Across the city, looking around only see buildings, modern buildings with modern and beautiful styles. The street is wide and wide, the sidewalk is also very wide, every street is full of trees, most are maple trees and canopy cover the sidewalk. All vehicles running during the day turn on the lights.

One of Vancouver’s pride is the beautiful harbor. This is Canada’s most important traffic gateway on the west coast. We drove us to Canada Square, from here we saw the harbor very well. Some merchant ships parked in the harbor, aerial helicopters, especially small ships called Sea Bus carrying tourists around the port. A unique architectural building is called the Five Sails.


It is painted white right on the shore where people here compare it to the Opera House in Australia’s port city of Sydney. The comparison is somewhat lame, but the Five Wings of Sail is indeed a beautiful and unique architecture. In Canada Square, there are two massive buildings, the Trade Center and the Conference Center and the Vancouver Chamber of Commerce, inside there are many restaurants, cafes, galleries.