About Langley

Langley is Just 40 minute drive from downtown Vancouver. Langley population is about 130,000. Langley BC attract visitors with its blend of historic and heritage sites, engaging museums, circle routes that visit local farms and nurseries, wine tours, horseback riding, and boutique and big-box shopping.

For arts & culture, sports, shopping and more, the City of Langley is ... the place to be. Centrally located in the Lower Mainland of British Columbia, it is no wonder that Langley — the Birthplace of BC.

Getting most out of a Visit to Stanley Park in Vancouver Canada

Stanley Park VancouverVancouver is known best for Stanley Park tourist attraction. It is the largest city park in Canada, and it's beauty is breathtaking even to Vancouverites who see it every day! The Park and Seawall are one of the main tourist attractions in Vancouver that you must see. Even if you are only staying in Vancouver for a night or two, it is worth at least several hours. The beauty of the area is best enjoyed at a relaxed pace.

Step into one of our old-fashioned horse-drawn vehicles and enjoy in comfort through the natural beauty of Stanley Park. This is Vancouver’s #1 attraction. Take in the fresh scent of cedar and the sea as a specialized guide fully narrates your one-hour tour.  Horse- drawn tours are wheelchair accessible, covered, and depart every 20-30 minutes, daily, rain or shine. You can take a bus tour anytime, but how often do you get a chance to see the sights by horse-drawn carriage?

Other options are taking cab, hire Vancouver Limo and rent a bike. You need some extra time to take pictures. You won’t find view like this anywhere in world. Best Places in Stanley to view and take pictures are Totem Poles, Rose Garden in Stanley Park, Lost Lagoon, Siwash Rock, Hollow Tree, Prospect Point and Brockton Point Lighthouse built in 1914.