Take on a 2-hour walking tour and through sightseeing coupled with storytelling become familiar with Vancouver, a gem where everyone can find a bit of peace and joy for themselves. Start the tour from historic Robson Square where some of the most intriguing landmarks of Vancouver unfold. Learn how significant the square is and learn about Vancouver’s development over the years. Explore Vancouver’s pearls and enjoy a virtual flight over Canada. Witness one of the tallest buildings in Vancouver and optionally, enjoy amazing panoramic views that unfold from there. End the journey in a 15th-century Chinese garden where peace and bonding of soul, body and mind are guaranteed as you bond with a green oasis that oozes with picturesque landscapes and sceneries.

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  • Professional local tour guide


  • Canada place and the olympic cauldron Admission fee
  • Vancouver Lookout Admission fee
  • Dr. sun yat-sen classical chinese garden Admission fee

Route & Duration

2 hours
  • 1

    Robson Square

    One of Vancouver's landmarks is this public square, along with the provincial court of law Vancouver Art Gallery Asia Pacific Center and UBC Robson Square. This square is the place to go for free ice skating in winter, Christmas events, a Ballroom, free salsa dancing, Summer movie screenings of New Year's Eve parties, Outdoor Concerts, and the Vancouver International Jazz Festival.

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    Canada place and the olympic cauldron

    It's one of the hottest places to visit in Canada Place. This attraction is a multi-sensory 4D experience that takes you on a virtual flight over Canada; when you sit on the seat, you will find sounds, smells, mists, and winds of various images around you inside the dome.

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    Vancouver Lookout

    This building is one of the tallest buildings in the city, and it takes a 40-second glass elevator ride to take visitors from the floor to a 168.6-meter panoramic viewpoint. At the top of the building, there's also a revolving restaurant where you can enjoy the view while you dine. The restaurant revolves around a revolution every hour.

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    Dr. sun yat-sen classical Chinese garden

    Dr. sun yat-sen classical Chinese garden is a 15th-century Chinese garden recreated in Vancouver. The garden design is based on the harmony between the four main elements: rock, plants, water, and architecture. The park is a free city park, while the park requires an entrance fee.

Meeting Point

At the Robson Square near Robson Square Ice Rink
(800 Robson St, Vancouver, BC V6E 1A7, Canada)
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Cancellation Policy

You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.