Famous Clothing Optional Beach , the beach is scattered with horizontally placed trunks, forming a unique landscape. Many visitors sit on the ground in groups, or simply close their eyes and listen to the sea. A large number of goose on the shore enjoy the sunset leisurely, even without fear of the pedestrians taking photos, as if they were the hosts here.
Unlike other similar beaches in North America, Wreck Beach is busy, boiling and crowded. Brown, black, and white skin were piled up together. Old people's pale and loose skin, middle-aged people's fat and swollen beer belly, skeleton "thin men and women" are all "honest with each other".
The Sunken Ship Beach (also known as "Lake Beach") is located in the Pacific Spiritual Park in the southwestern part of the UBC University region of Vancouver. It is a famous celestial beach in North America and ranks among the seven largest celestial beaches in the world. Because it is not summer, the sea is colder, few people swim, and all of them are old gentlemen. According to local people, when summer comes, it can almost be described as "dumpling down".
Naked beach in UBC is not allowed to take pictures here. The beach is really naked tourists, but there is no compulsion to come here, you can wear clothes. There are many people on the beach. The sea water here is also smooth, suitable for some water sports, and many people swim.
UBC is adjacent to the English Bay, one of the world's ten most famous naked beaches, the sunken ship beach is here. Many people come to visit it. The entrance to the sunken ship beach is on the roadside. There is a kiosk near the entrance, which sells some related articles according to local conditions.
This is Canada's most famous celestial beach, not far southwest of the campus. There are forests as barriers, which are quite secret, and it is not easy to find new people. Even if you find the entrance, you have to go through a long stone step, which has a feeling of isolation from the world.