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Best things to do in Delta

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Shopping Mall
“Richmond Centre is another great mall located close in proximity to us. It has a huge variety in stores.”
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Night Market
“Reminiscent of the all-night shopping extravaganzas seen across Asia, the Richmond Night Market offers a food and retail experience unmatched anywhere else in Canada. 74.1 per cent of Richmond’s population claims Asian heritage, so it’s no surprise the Richmond Night Market showcases an impressive cross-section of cultures and cuisine—over 100 food stalls and over 200 retail vendors. ”
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Scenic Lookout
“Grabs some ice cream and walk along the water or grab a bite to eat at one of the many waterfront restaurants ”
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Shopping Mall
“A japanese-chinese shopping mall in Richmond. Great food court, and a musical water fountain. ”
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Dentist's Office
“Steveston is a historic fishing village. You will find the shipyard museum, many gift shops, endless fish and chips and the public fish market where you can buy fresh fish that was just caught by locals.”
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Gym
“2010 WINTER Olympic Place. Best Fitness center in Richmond with lots of sport options ”
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Food Court
“Huge shopping malls and outlet stores next to ferry terminal. Good place to visit before heading out to Victoria. ”
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Shopping Mall
“A local shopping mall offering a variety of stores and shops for your needs.”
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Pharmacy
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“Costco members only; a 6 minute walk from from Bridgeport Canada Line Skytrain station”
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Chinese Restaurant
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“Cantonese-style dim sum Restaurant! One of the best in Great Vancouver and Richmond. Strongly recommended! ”
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Park
“Terra Nova Rural Park is a 63 acres city-wide nature park in the Thompson area with historic buildings, a community garden and a picnic area. This park has excellent habitat for birds and other wildlife in the area. Boardwalks, slough and viewing platforms are available for enhanced park visibility and access. Various agriculturally oriented activities take place at the park including: a Waterwise Demonstration Garden, Community Garden.”
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Park
“A 39 acre waterfront park at the mouth of the Fraser River and close to Steveston Village with spectacular views and beaches. Points of interest in the park are the Japanese Garden, Fisherman's Memorial sculpture and Scotch Pond Historic Moorage site. Parking, picnic tables, washrooms and a food concession stand are available.”
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Bar
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“A great place to eat. Right on the Fraser river with view of float planes coming and going. Great atmosphere, food and service.”
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Gift Shop
“Taking a day trip to Victoria is a super fun way to explore BC! Along the way you will be able to whale watch and see beautiful sights.”
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Irish Pub
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“This pub is really close by the place and they have a great variety of foods and drinks.”
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Route
“Known as the "Eat Street" in Chinese. Many popular restaurants open up til late night along this road.”
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