When I went to the University of British Columbia, it happened to be the most beautiful season of the year on the campus, full of greenery, full of various flowers, the scenery can be said to be beautiful, the school is very big and worth visiting
Columbia University is really big, and the botanical garden is also very interesting. Basically, if many strategies are recommended to come to the university, they will be recommended to visit the botanical garden. A very good university!
This is a favorite park. It is worth saving a little time for a short (or long time) tour. There is a lot of time, the campus is beautiful, and I met a Japanese girl who came to visit at the door. Walking along the lake with an umbrella, it feels like a dream in the movie.
Canada's oldest university botanical garden. I've spent many peaceful & inspirational hours strolling the gardens and wooded walks. Beautiful for situation!
A huge botanical garden on UBC campus, this is a great place to wander around but entry can get expensive if you add in the Treetop Walk and nearby Nitobe Garden. I'd recommend the former as it is a lot of fun and the tours run on the hour are very interesting and informative.
The Asian Garden is the highlight of this urban oasis with the Greenhart Canopy Walkway as the main attraction. You get up close to local & imported trees.
Preston_Dominguez: 6804 SW Marine Drive, Vancouver, British Columbia V6T 1Z4, Canada
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Wreck Beach,UBC Botanical Garden,Museum of Anthropology,Beaty Biodiversity Museum,UBC Rose Garden