Vancouver is home to North America's second largest Chinatown, so during your visit it's a good idea to check out this very cultural neighborhood. Whether you're looking to find culinary delights, browse through many shops, learn about this well known neighborhood, or spend a day in Dr. Sen Yat Sun Classical Chinese gardens, you can certainly find something intriguing to do in Chinatown.
The Chinatown Night Market is something that should not be missed. The streets are colorful in flavor, sounds, sights and all sorts of treats to take home with you. It's a fun thing to do in Vancouver that's different than your average market and you will have some great pictures to show your friends when you get home.
The Chinatown Walking Tours are a great way to learn all about North America's second largest Chinatown. Located right beside Gastown, Chinatown is rich in history, stories and a number of interesting facts that will leave your interest peaked.
Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden is a Vancouver classic. It's a relaxing way to spend an afternoon and after you leave, you will feel completely zen. There are many little shops scattered around Chinatown, so if you're looking for that special tea or perfect home decor item, you will definitely find it in Chinatown.
Pender and Keefer Streets
(Between Main and Gore Streets)
508 Taylor Street, Vancouver
50 East Pender Street
(Chinese Cultural Centre)
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578 Carrall St
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88 West Pender St
145-332 Water Street
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875 Terminal Avenue