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The best shopping malls in Metro Vancouver

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There’s quite a variety of shopping malls in Metro Vancouver, some reflecting the multicultural flavour of the region, and all with a range of goods and services that will satisfy the most seasoned shopper.

 

Vancouver:

 

  • Pacific Centre - Pacific Centre is the largest mall in downtown Vancouver, with over 100 stores and services. It is also connected to The Bay department store, Vancouver Centre Mall, 2 Skytrain stations and the Four Seasons Hotel.
  • Oakridge Centre - Oakridge Centre, Vancouver’s premiere, upscale fashion destination, is located right at the heart of the city at 41st and Cambie, with direct access to the Canada Line, the Skytrain connecting Vancouver to Richmond and the Airport.

 

West Vancouver:

 

  • Park Royal Shopping Centre - Located in beautiful West Vancouver, this open-air pedestrian-friendly shopping destination with more than 280 shops offers something for everyone, whether you’re looking for fashion, cosmetics or chocolates.

 

North Vancouver:

 

  • Lonsdale Quay – North Vancouver  - Public market with over 80 food retailers, restaurants, specialty shops, as well as a boutique style hotel and spa. With a spectacular view from the plaza in front of the waterfront market , Lonsdale Quay is conveniently located at the northern terminal of the SeaBus ferry, connecting Vancouver with North Vancouver across the Burrard Inlet.

 

Burnaby:

 

  • Metropolis at Metrotown –  Largest mall in British Columbia and second largest in Canada, with over 450 shops and services. 
  • Crystal Mall - Asian themed Crystal Mall has more than 200 stores and a popular oriental food court and is located adjacent to Metrotown Mall.

 

Coquitlam/Port Coquitlam:

 

  • Coquitlam Centre Mall - Coquitlam Centre is situated in the third-largest commercial node in the Lower Mainland, right in the heart of the rapidly growing Tri-Cities area (Port Coquitlam, Coquitlam and Port Moody). The Mall offers an excellent selection of popular fashion and other retailers.

 

Richmond:

 

  • Aberdeen Centre Mall - A higher-end mall - developed as an alternative to Vancouver’s Chinatown - Aberdeen Centre offers Asian retail stores, herbal medicine shops,  restaurants, a cinema, a bowling alley, as well as entertainment.
  • Yaohan Centre - Yaohan Centre caters mostly to people from Japanese and Chinese descent. Located in Richmond right next to Aberdeen Centre Mall, it has an extensive range of products and services to offer, such as fashion, paintings, gifts, oriental arts and crafts, cosmetics and more.
  • Richmond Centre Mall - Another great mall for those who love to shop, offering over 240 stores and services. With the new Dining Terrace now under construction, Richmond Centre Mall will soon offer a real dining experience to those who need to re-energize after hours of shopping fun. 
  • Vancouver Airport (YVR) shops - Great place to do some last-minute shopping for some high-end fashion, accessories, cosmetics, books, wine, and of course souvenirs.

 

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