About Susan S
Lives in Vancouver, Canada
Since Mar 2014
Susan was born and raised in Vancouver, Canada and has also lived in Victoria, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Austria. She has a background in international business and fascinated by new cultures and languages.
Bodies of Water
Points of Interest & Landmarks
Architectural Buildings, Conference & Convention Centers, Piers & Boardwalks, Theaters
Islands, Neighborhoods, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Historic Sites, Neighborhoods
Art Galleries, Art Museums
Stanley Park is a must-see for visitors of all ages, being one of Vancouver's largest and most popular attractions. With so many activities on offer, ranging from beautiful west coast beaches to Canada's largest aquarium, plan to spend at least three hours here.
The seawall is one of city's most scenic attractions and covers 22km of Vancouver's waterfront. Whether it be walking, jogging, cycling or rollerblading, be sure to include the seawall in your travel plans. You will be mesmerized by the mountains, ocean and rock sculptures here — perfect for outdoor enthusiasts, beach goers and also a smart option for those traveling on a budget.
English Bay is easy to get to and conveniently located in the West End. Whether it be for a light stroll or a game of beach volleyball, English Bay is a great place to relax and unwind. The beach is also conveniently located near restaurants and bars along Denman and Davie Street.
Robson Street is the place to go to if you're a shopaholic. This street is mostly populated with big brand names and intersects with Burrard Street, which is home to many upscale international brands.
Enjoy a relaxing stroll at Canada Place, which is beautifully situated on the Burrard Inlet waterfront. Canada Place is a major tourist attraction and is easy to get to by the SkyTrain and SeaBus. Watch cruise ships, boats, helicopters, and float planes take off while enjoying your leisurely walk.
Gastown is one of Vancouver's lively historical districts and is home to many great pubs and restaurants. This district is vastly different from other areas in Vancouver with its heritage architecture, cobblestone roads, and historical landmarks.
Plan an afternoon stroll around Chinatown to learn about the Chinese-Canadian heritage in Vancouver. Don't forget to try the local dim sum and delicious Chinese bakeries while you're there!
Granville Island is one of Vancouver's most popular tourist attractions. This is a great place for a light stroll after a long bike ride or kayaking trip along False Creek. Enjoy a nice walk and explore its artisan shops, public market, and street performances.
Yaletown is one of Vancouver's trendiest and most stylish neighborhoods. Once a heavily industrialized area with warehouses and railways, today this neighborhood is characterized by its combination of old and new architecture. Packed with boutique shops, spas and local restaurants, this district is the place to be for trendsetters!
Known as Vancouver's 'hippie' neighborhood, Commercial Drive (also known as 'The Drive') is the place to go if you love coffee, art and music. This neighborhood is a hub for delicious ethnic cuisine and is home to many talented artists, writers, musicians and performers. This best way to get here is by SkyTrain, bus or bike.
The Vancouver Art Gallery is a must-see attraction for art lovers and history buffs. Located in Downtown Vancouver, the gallery is easily accessible by transit. Perfect for a rainy day.