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5 Hidden Gems of Vancouver

Imin Consulting presents the Top 5 Hidden Gems in Vancouver!

Canada is truly one of the best countries in the world! There are so many beautiful things to explore and places to visit. British Columbia, with its incredible nature, should be on everyone’s bucket list. Imin Consulting would like to share with you the top 10 Hidden Gems in Vancouver that will surely make your trip unforgettable! 

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Hidden Gem #1: Pink Alley (Instagram Alley) 

Let’ start off the list of our 5 hidden gems in Vancouver with something unique and colourful! If you are a social media enthusiast like we are, you would definitely enjoy this wonderful alley! Back in 2016, The City of Vancouver decided to add a splash of liveliness to the previously dull passageway and turned this downtown location into the top Instagrammer hangout. On a sunny day, pictures taken there turn out vibrant and fun, with various backgrounds to choose from! If you want your next Instagram post to stand out, make sure to check it out (and tag @iminconsulting to share the love😉). 

Hidden Gem #2: Greenheart Treewalk

Surprisingly enough, many University of British Columbia (UBC) students and locals, in general, have never been to the Greenheat Treewalk, a 310-meter long tree-top walkway located at the UBC Botanical Garden. Possibly, one of the best and not overcrowded secret viewpoints in Vancouver! 

Hidden Gem #3: Tuesday Night Drum Circle 

Have you ever wanted to be a part of something bigger, Bigger, BIGGER than you? This magnificent event has been happening since 2006 every sunny Tuesday evening in the summertime. Unfortunately, due to the current situation with Covid-19, it is not something that we people can enjoy this summer. But fingers crossed, everyone will have a chance to jam together at The Third Beach in Stanley Park next year! 

Hidden Gem #4: Donation-only Tuesdays at Vancouver Art Gallery

Yes, you heard this right! On Tuesday nights between 5-8 pm, the downtown Vancouver Art Gallery entrance is donation only. If you ever wanted to visit this magnificent gallery, but couldn’t afford it, here is your sign to go there as soon as possible. Founded in 1931, Vancouver Art Gallery is the biggest in Canada and considered one of the most innovative galleries in North America. It’s a wonderful NPO (Non-profit organization) that is brought to us on the donations of the public and the city of Vancouver.

Hidden Gem #5: Vancouver Beach Swing 

I will not spoil you all the fun of finding this secret beach swing yourself, so for the adventure of it all, I will only mention that it gives you a great view of the ocean and West Vancouver. Bring back childhood memories and have some fun while enjoying this Kits beach swing. 

P.S. If you are going to try it out, better wait for a low tide if you don’t want to get your feet wet. 

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