Burnaby British Columbia
Burnaby is in British Columbia,
Canada, it’s a city located straight away toward east of Vancouver. It’s
considered as British Columbia’s the third-largest city with population,
exceeded only by nearby Vancouver itself and Surrey. It was integrated in
the year 1892 and attained a City status in year 1992, one hundred years
subsequent to integration.
Burnaby is the suburb of Vancouver. In the year of 1892 it was incorporated
and attained a City status in year 1992 it’s the first 30-40 years
subsequent to incorporation, Burnaby’s growth was persuaded through its
setting between expanding an urban centers of Vancouver as well as New
Westminster. At first it serves up as the rural agricultural region
supplying close by markets. Later on, it’s served as the transportation
hallway between Vancouver, the Interior of Province and the Fraser Valley.
Burnaby is well incorporated with close by municipalities. It’s easy to get
to by car as well as Translink, the area’s transit system, which provides
Sky train and bus service’s to Burnaby.
The Millennium line Sky train circles around Burnaby with a lot of stops,
unless you are looking to get into the shopping mall, this could not give a
direct entrance to the city's tourist attractions. There are buses available
to use for wherever you long to go, though it would hardly ever be the best
way. Within Burnaby the public’s transit fare is $2.50. Below are some of
the beautiful spots in Burnaby.
• Burnaby Lake Park. This is Burnaby's largest lake which located at the end
of the Piper Ave., a great place where to glimpse wild birds.
• Burnaby Mountain Park. It features the stunning Rose Gardens, walking
trails, hiking, picnic areas as well as children's playground. You could
enjoy the water as well as stunning views of the Greater Vancouver Mountain.
• Burnaby Village Carousel and Museum (Heritage Village).Find out the
Burnaby’s city heritage at bona fide turn of century town and reawaken the
romances on restored vintage carousel of 1912. You could as well visit many
shops or a common house that does include the Chinese Herbalist and the
Blacksmith. It’s best to go during weekend as lots of the staff is
volunteers. Saturdays are the best. $6-12 fee (child/adult), carousel fare
$2 per ride.
• Capitol Hill Reservoir Park. Located at North Hythe Ave at Dundas St in
Capitol Hill. Astonishing views of Vancouver, the Lions Gate Bridge, North
Shore Mountains and the Burrard Inlet. The best sunset viewing place in
• Central Park. Urban park oasis is 90 hectare that attributes the
children's award-winning playground, putt golf and pitch, and the couple of
little ponds shared by remote-controlled boats and ducks.
• Deer Lake Park. Located at Deer Lake Ave (the parking is obtainable off of
Sperling Ave and Deer Lake Ave). The Burnaby's hidden gem, with an about a
circular lake located in the heart of the city, that offer a miles of
shoreline walking, bird spotting opportunities and great views of Metro
town. Kayak and canoe rentals are as well available. The park includes
Century Gardens and Burnaby Art Gallery that display historical artwork and
modern in the heritage house.
• Simon Fraser University is situated on Burnaby Mountain, find out the
Simon Fraser Gallery, as well as also view the Northwest Coast Indian
artifacts on the Museum of Ethnology and Archaeology. Catch a fleeting look
at the latest residential community that builds on mountain, just east of
• Swangard Stadium is situated in pictorial Central Park, and a home of
Vancouver Whitecaps professional soccer club as well as host to other sports
and track and field events.