Fort Langley is a village community in Metro Vancouver and home to one of the former fur trade post. It is an ideal place for a day trip.
Cave and Basin National Historic Site is the birthplace of Canada’s national parks. It was my first visit, and I was stunned by the beautiful hot spring!
Steveston Village in Richmond, BC is a very popular destination for both locals and tourists. Historic sites, beautiful scenes, fish and chips, and markets with fresh seafood are all available here. You will need more than a day to fully explore this historic fishing village.
Stanley Park is one of the most popular destinations in Vancouver, both for locals and tourists. Although it is very close to downtown Vancouver, I didn’t go there very often. I decided to go back on a sunny Saturday in March and enjoy the park again like a first-timer. It is for sure one of the best seaside attractions in Metro Vancouver!