Famous for: Night Market, Shopping, Food and Drinks
Chinatown Vancouver is the largest and a historic chinatown in whole of North America. Do come here if you want to experience the chinese culture and eat some authentic chinese food.There are few attractions worth checking, such as Dr. Sun Yat Sen Chinese Garden, Shanghai Alley etc.
Vancouver Chinatown is a cultural historic neighbourhood and one of the largest in western hemisphere. In 2011, it was declared as a National Historic Site. Murals and window arts, old buildings, performances and events and bustling food market is fascinating to explore.
Landmarks & Attractions - The Millennium Gate, grand "entrance" to Vancouver Chinatown - Shanghai Alley, check the West Han Dynasty Bell here - the Sam Kee Building, world's narrowest building - Chinese Cultural Centre, a museum - Dr. Sun Yat Sen Chinese Garden
How to Reach Bus: - bus #22 Knight or bus #19 Metrotown from Downtown Vancouver, stop after the Millennium Gate - C21Yaletown/Beach/Burrard Stn and C23 Main St. Stn/Davie stop at Keefer and Columbia St. - Bus #50 Waterfront Station / False Street South stops along Columbia St. in Chinatown check details at www.translink.bc.ca
Skytrain: Get down at the “Stadium – Chinatown” Station, walk down to down Keefer St.
Bike: bicycle routes on Pender St., Keefer St., Union St. and Quebec St.