Dr Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden

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Cuisine type

  • chinese,

Atmosphere

  • casual,
Location
578 Carrall St, Vancouver, BC V6B 5K2
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  • $11 to $25,

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Rainy day activities for kids in Vancouver

Rainy day activities for kids in Vancouver

While this serene space is technically outdoors, most of the garden is actually sheltered from the rain so it’s still a fun place to explore with the kids on a dreary day. The Chinese-style city garden features a number of covered walkways and pavilions. After touring the gardens, you can go check out some of the tasty places to eat in Chinatown and warm up with some dumplings and steamed buns.

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Mindful places to meditate in Vancouver

Where better to find your Zen than in one of many swirling paths, asymmetrical flower arrangements and introspective viewpoints of this truly classical Chinese garden? Drawing on the sacred landscaping traditions of Ming Dynasty scholars, this intricate space in the heart of Chinatown represents the natural movements and rhythms of nature in its design. Go here for an energetic yet calming experience that encourages thinking in solitude.

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Take five in these Vancouver city gardens

Take five in these Vancouver city gardens

For a truly meditational experience, head into the oasis of the Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Park and Gardens. On the edge of bustling Chinatown, pass through the pagoda entrance into the quiet calm of Japanese maples, stone Buddhas and golden koi moving hypnotically through the surrounding waters. Cross bridges and pathways as you make the circuit around this lovely urban green space. Note that the park is public and free to access while the traditional garden requires a fee for entry.

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