Flights to Vancouver, Canada
Vancouver is the coastal seaport city in Canada. This dense and vibrant city is so ethnically diverse that more than half of its residents have a first language that is not English. It is also near to spectacular nature spots.
The main international airport in Vancouver is the Vancouver International Airport.
- 15 km to central Vancouver
- A taxi ride to central Vancouver costs around RM130 (C$39.62) and takes about 30 minutes
- The Canada Line is Vancouver’s rapid transit rail connecting the international airport to downtown Vancouver in under 30 minutes
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Best Time to Visit Vancouver
The best time to visit Vancouver is April through October where the weather is warm and dry.
However, summers and winters in Vancouver are relatively mild and friendly for visits all year round.
Things to do in Vancouver
What to see in Vancouver
Granville Island is an artistic area connected to the downtown by foot bridges and ferry. The Granville Island Public Market is a popular market that offers a wide variety of fruit, vegetables, seafood and other specialities.
Don’t miss out a visit to Gastown, the oldest part of the city where you can visit restaurants, galleries and shops in restored Victorian buildings. Do also pay a visit to Science World, a science centre with interactive exhibits.
Vancouver is a city near mountains, beaches and great parks. Visit Stanley Park right next to Downtown Vancouver and the Capilano Suspension Bridge, which hangs over a plummeting canyon. You could also take a gondola up Grouse Mountain, where you can enjoy breathtaking views of the city from the high point.
What to eat in Vancouver
Vancouver’s food scene is as diverse as its residents. Try fusion food like Terimayo dog, Indian lamb popsicle and fresh oysters harvested from the West Coast.
Day trips from Vancouver
Richmond is Vancouver’s sister city only 20-minute away by train. It is home to large Chinese, Korean and Vietnamese communities.
You could also drive 1 hour southeast to Fraser Valley where you can visit farms, boutique wineries and historic attractions.
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Airports near Vancouver
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