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Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden

The impressive entrance gate welcomes visitors into this peaceful and tranquil place. The garden represents an old garden tradition that was popular during the Ming Dynasty. The garden is thought to emulate the rhythms of nature.
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Gastown Steam Clock

Gastown is the oldest neighbourhood in the city, and every quarter hour, steam pours out the top and whistle chimes can be heard. More than 180 shops, restaurants, clubs and cafés can be found here.
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Vancouver Lookout

Ride to the Observation Deck, 177 meters above the city for a 360 degree view of Vancouver. In order to get up there, you ride in a thrilling glass elevator and once you’re up there, you can enjoy guided tours.
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Science World

Science World provide interactive exhibits and unique presentation of the wonders of science and technology for all ages. Pure joy of knowledge is what keeps this business going, as it is operated by a non-profit organization.
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Capilano Suspension Bridge

Walk the suspension bridge 85 meters above the Capilano River, millions of visitors have sought out adventure here. The bridge was originally built in 1889 and stretches almost 140 meters across.
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Canada Place

Canada Place is a building that houses the Vancouver Convention Centre, the Pan Pacific Hotel and Vancouver’s World Trade Centre. Stroll the Promenade and enjoy live music and picturesque views of the harbour.
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Vancouver Aquarium Marine Science Centre

Vancouver Aquarium Marine Science Centre is home to 60.000 animals and representa 800 species of aquatic life. -"As a self-supporting, non-profit association, the Aquarium is dedicated to effecting the conservation of aquatic life through display and interpretation, education, research and direct action."
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Stanley Park

Stanley Park was the first of its kind in Vancouver and has become one of the most famous sights in the city. Walk, skate or bike the 8.85 km circular Seawall. The 400 hectares of green offers both a peaceful retreat and a buzzing meeting point.
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