(Tourism Richmond photo)


International Buddhist Temple (Tourism Richmond photo)

International Buddhist Temple (Tourism Richmond photo)

Richmond attracts visitors with its multicultural shopping and dining opportunities, and its unique historic and heritage sites. 

Sixty per cent of Richmond's population is of Asian descent, which gives the city its rich multicultural vibe. Shopping and dining in the Golden Village area are among the most authentic experiences outside of Asia.

Another big draw for visitors and locals alike is the quaint seaside fishing village of Steveston. Visit some of the village's historic buildings to connect with Steveston's past, then gaze out over the water as you savour a seafood dinner, fresh off the boat.

Richmond occupies 17 islands in the mouth of the Fraser River, with easy access to neighbouring municipalities. It is located 25 minutes from downtown Vancouver, and is home to the Vancouver International Airport (YVR). Canada Line SkyTrain service connects Richmond and YVR with downtown Vancouver.

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