"In the morning, we will firstly visit Granville Island. The rich artistic culture marked this trending hot spot as one of the must-go places in Vancouver.
Then we will follow the footstep of the Chinese heritage and visit the second largest Chinatown in North America, where you will find the shallowest commercial building in the world, Sam Kee Building.
We will also explore the Gastown, Vancouver’s oldest neighborhood. Don’t forget to take photos with the modern world’s first Steam Clock. The clock whistles every 15 minutes and is the only one of its kind in the world. Visit the antique shops, art shops, cafes and so on.
After that, we will visit the Vancouver Convention Centre, which first served as the Canada Pavilion for the World’s Fair Expo in 1986. Just next to the Convention Centre is none other than the ""Five Sails"" design Canada Place, one of the most important landmarks of Vancouver. You can also find 2010’s Winter Olympic Cauldron along the way. You may also choose to participate in Seaplane or 4D Fly over Canada (optional)."
"Take a refreshing break from at Vancouver’s first and largest urban park, Stanley Park, to experience first nation culture at Brockton Point where nine totem poles stand. View the Lions Gate Bridge and Burrard Inlet in a distance.
Shop at Robson Street, where you will fall in love with the shopping paradise.
Finally, we will step onto the highest point in Vancouver, Queen Elizabeth Park for some spectacular city view and landscapes before back to original departure points."