Vancouver, BC Yaletown Guide – Everything you need to know about trendy Yaletown in Downtown Vancouver

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What you’ll find here – Vancouver, BC Yaletown Guide:

Vancouver is a city of many colours, and many unique & beautiful neighborhoods to appreciate… even within the downtown Vancouver core.

If you’re visiting Yaletown in Downtown Vancouver, we’ve compiled a guide for everything you need to know about Yaletown in Vancouver, BC – from a local’s perspective written for visitors like yourself! (Or if you live in Metro Vancouver, we hope to help you discover your amazing city on VancityAsks.com)

We hope to guide you along this neighborhood and discover the best places to eat, drink, see, or do in Yaletown. We’d love to hear from you so, feel free to ask any questions in the comments bellow!

 

About Yaletown in Vancouver, BC:

 

Best Places to Eat in Yaletown:

  • Best Seafood in Yaletown – Blue Water Cafe:

 

Best Things to See in Yaletown:

 

Best Instagrammable spots in Yaletown:

 

Best Things to Do in Yaletown:

  • Walk the Waterfront:

More Cool Facts to Learn about Yaletown:

 

Thanks for reading more about Yaletown in Vancouver, BC on VancityAsks.com – if you have any questions or comments about Yaletown, please share them in the comments bellow. We’d love to answer any specific questions or assist with advising your trip to Yaletown.

You can also read more about other neighborhoods in downtown Vancouver on the following articles:

  • Vancouver’s Chinatown
  • Vancouver Downtown – Coal Harbour
  • Vancouver Downtown – West End
  • Vancouver Downtown – Robson Street
  • Vancouver Downtown – Central Business District
  • Vancouver’s East Hastings

 

Vancouver, BC Chinatown Guide – Everything you need to know about Vancouver’s Historic Chinatown

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Welcome to Vancouver, BC Chinatown Guide on VancityAsks.com.

Let a local show you the best of Chinatown Vancouver.

With this guide, we endeavour to share everything you may want or need to know about Vancouver’s Chinatown, a map of Vancouver’s Chinatown inclusive. We’ll highlight the best things to eat in Vancouver’s Chinatown, the best things to see in Vancouver’s Chinatown, the best things to do in Vancouver’s Chinatown, a brief highlight of Vancouver’s Chinatown history, and the best instagram-able spots in Vancouver’s Chinatown for your keepsake.

This is something you want to read or browse if you’re visiting Vancouver’s Chinatown.

 

Best Things to Eat in Vancouver’s Chinatown:

Presumably, if you’re in Chinatown, you’re keen on appreciating some local Chinese food. However, there are much more cuisines and delicious meals to be enjoyed in Vancouver’s Chinatown than Chinese food. As such, we’ll explore both the best Chinese food to enjoy in Chinatown (not actually that many – you’ll find better selection of Chinese restaurants in Richmond, BC.) as well as the best things to eat in Vancouver’s Chinatown.

Best Chinese Food in Chinatown:

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Best Desserts in Chinatown:

Well of course, once you’ve eaten a delicious meal… there is ALWAYS space for dessert. Well, it so happens that Chinatown in Vancouver also has many specialty desserts spots! There were too many worth mentioning that it wouldn’t rationalize putting it in our top 5 places to eat in Chinatown list, so we’ve created another Top 5 Desserts to try in Chinatown. These are a combination of Asian desserts and various cultures but mainly Western desserts.

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5) Desserts in Chinatown – Umaluma: Umaluma is known for delicious vegan ice cream that satisfy your desire for a cold, creamy treat – without the cream.

 

Best Things to See in Vancouver’s Chinatown:

 

Best Things to Do in Vancouver’s Chinatown:

 

5 Quick Heritage Facts about Vancouver’s Chinatown:

 

5 Best Instagram-able Spots in Vancouver’s Chinatown:

 

5 Movie References in Vancouver’s Chinatown:

Seeing as this is Vancouver, Hollywood North, it seems appropriate to share several spots that may have appeared in popular films or shows you’ve watched… if per-adventure, you’re a fan of said shows and would wish to see these places in person while you’re visiting Vancouver’s Chinatown – or at least doing it for the jealousy of your Facebook friends, Instagram followers, or Twitter followers.

 

5 Other Things to Know about Vancouver’s Chinatown:

 

5 Cool Facts about Vancouver’s Chinatown:

 

 

Thanks for reading about Vancouver’s Chinatown on VancityAsks.com; we hope you found this resource helpful and if you have any questions about Chinatown in Vancouver which was not addressed above, please feel free to comment bellow or use the Contact Us form here.

Best way to get from Vancouver, BC to Victoria, BC OR Victoria, BC to Vancouver, BC

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Looking to get from Vancouver, BC to Victoria, BC?

We’re going to share with you all the ways to get from Vancouver, BC to Victoria, BC and which are the best options for you!

 

Best Ways to get from Vancouver to Victoria:

1) BC Ferries – Tsawwassen (Vancouver) to Swartz Bay (Victoria):

Best for… Tourists, Families with car, Cost-efficiency

Estimated travel time (Downtown Vancouver at Pan Pacific Hotel to Downtown Victoria at Capital City Station & Old Spaghetti Factory – delicious pasta 😋😂 Hotel Grand Pacific is a good choice for hotels in Victoria.)

Estimated cost per family/person (Downtown Vancouver to Downtown Victoria)

This is by far the most common way to get from Vancouver to Victoria. It may require some travel and time to get from downtown Vancouver to Tsawwassen (

 

2) V2V Vacations – Vancouver Convention Centre (Downtown Vancouver) to Downtown Victoria

Best for… Tourists, Couples, Experience/Sight-seeing

Estimated travel time (Downtown Vancouver to Downtown Victoria)

Estimated cost per family/person (Downtown Vancouver to Downtown Victoria)

 

3) Harbour Air Seaplanes – Downtown Vancouver to Downtown Victoria:

Best for… Business travelers, solo adventure, time-savings

Estimated travel time (Downtown Vancouver to Downtown Victoria)

Estimated cost per family/person (Downtown Vancouver to Downtown Victoria)

 

4) Air Canada – YVR to YYJ:

Best for… Business travelers, international travelers, Richmond BC guests or Victoria Airport travelers

Estimated travel time (Vancouver International Airport to Victoria International Airport)

Estimated cost per family/person (Vancouver International Airport to Victoria International Airport)

This was a difficult choice as we almost wanted to mention Helijet as number 4. However, it is worth while sharing the other modes of transportation.

Here’s an interesting fact, occasionally flights out of Victoria, BC for international destinations are cheaper than Vancouver, BC (although in most cases, Vancouver is cheaper because it is a major transport hub). If however, you find a flight to Japan that’s cheaper departing from Victoria, BC then you might want to get from Vancouver International Airport to Victoria International Airport – in which case you might find this useful.

 

5) Prince of Whales – Vancouver to Victoria Whale Watching:

Best for… Tourists, Whale-watching, experiences

Estimated travel time (Coal Harbour Vancouver to Downtown Victoria)

Estimated cost per family/person (Coal Harbour Vancouver to Downtown Victoria)

 

This summarizes the five best ways to get from Vancouver to Victoria. If you want to read an exhaustive guide about getting from Vancouver to Victoria, you can read our knowledge article here which will share every route possible for getting from downtown Vancouver to downtown Victoria or Vancouver to Victoria. These five options should be suffice for most. For example, you can also catch Harbour Air Seaplane from Richmond, BC to Victoria at Airport South terminal. There are also multiple helicopter and float plane companies that service a scheduled Vancouver to Victoria route along with charter flights available. To make it simpler, we’ve done all the fact-checking, research, and experiences before hand to recommend the five best ways to get from Vancouver to Victoria, BC however in doing so we’ve also created a complete guide on how to get from Vancouver, BC to Victoria, BC if you’re interested in exploring your other options should you choose to prefer another airline/service-provider/business for whatever the reason. The information is there for you to choose – summarized as best as we can in an organized fashion for your reading pleasure! The goal is to have all the information available on one page (including first hand experiences) so you don’t have to scour through many articles but have everything on one page for your reading pleasure should you choose, conveniently as well.

 

How to get from Vancouver to Victoria:

Evidently, there are many options to get you from Vancouver to Victoria. Finding the best way to get from Vancouver to Victoria depends largely on what type of travel you prefer, your time, and your priorities. (time, money, or experience?)

We hope the article above was useful in providing insights on how to get from Vancouver to Victoria. If you have any questions, please feel free to comment bellow or use the contact us form here. (Comments would be preferable so everyone else can benefit from your question – Contact Us form is welcomed if you have any personal questions about travelling from Vancouver to Victoria.)

Thanks for reading an article on VancityAsks.com (your guide to Vancouver – we seek to find and share the best of Vancouver together for tourists and locals alike) about getting from Vancouver to Victoria or Victoria to Vancouver. Enjoy your day!

 

 

Extra – Things to do in Victoria:

We thought it might be useful to give you a quick few suggestions about what to do or eat while you’re in Victoria, BC. Being that we’ve traveled to Victoria, BC often on leisure and business – our team can also share a few tips/suggestions that you might find interesting or useful.

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Eat Fish & Chips at Red Fish Blue Fish:

Eat Spaghetti at Old Spaghetti Factory:

Enjoy Tea at Fairmont Empress Hotel:

Eat Fresh Pastries at Murchie’s Tea & Coffee:

Enjoy Coffee at Serious Coffee:

Explore Heritage (Fan Tan Alley, Chinatown) in Downtown Victoria:

Have Dim Sum at Don Mee in Victoria’s Chinatown: You might rightfully think that dim sum is something you get from

 

Extra – Places to stay in Victoria:

Here is a useful guide to some hotels and accommodations you should consider when visiting Victoria, BC. These Victoria, BC hotels cater to a variety of guests and demographics. Please feel free to ask any questions.

Hotel Grand Pacific:

Fairmont’s Victoria Empress Hotel:

Best Western’s Carlton Hotel:

Sandman Victoria:

 

Ps. If you’d like information on hotels & Victoria, BC … feel free to visit our sister’s site YYJCityAsks.com

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