Vancouver is truly one of the world's most beautiful places to visit or live.
Vancouver, three-sided surrounded by water is a paradise and home to more than half a
million citizens from all parts of the world. Possessing the mildest climate, it is one the
most beautiful city of British Columbia. Vancouver is overlooked by the Coast Mountain Range with peaks above
1,500 m (4920 feet).
It is ranked as
one of the "best cities to live in" and is certainly a beautiful destination to
visit.Vancouver topped the list of the world’s most
livable cities for the fifth straight year, while Melbourne claimed second place from Vienna
and Australian and Canadian cities dominated the list’s top 10 spots. In the annual survey by
the Economist Intelligence Unit, the Canadian west coast city and 2010 Winter Olympics host
scored 98% on a combination of stability, health care, culture and environment, education,
and infrastructure — a score unchanged from last year.
Over the last 30 years, immigration has
dramatically increased, making the city more ethnically and linguistically diverse. Vancouver one the most multicultural cities
in the country, about 50% of Vancouver's population is immigrants with the majority coming from
Vancouver has the highest proportion (per capita) of Asians of any
North American city. This makes for a great selection of Oriental restaurants. It has
one of the largest and oldest Chinatown in
North America. Vancouver has a very ethnically diverse population: more than half of its residents
have a mother tongue other than English.
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