The sunset is reflected on the Sunset Beach near the English Bay in downtown Vancouver. The glorious sunset glows half the sky. Light and shadow follow the rubble along the shore and chase us all the way. Riding, running, walking dogs on the beach trails, snuggling couples on the beach, singing artists with guitars, and reflecting the sunset afterglow, are like an oil painting. When the orange-red sunset slowly sinks into the sea level, the people present are intoxicated, intoxicated in the sunset red sky and sea.
English Bay, just a few steps away from the noisy city, is a beautiful view of the western End of the city. It's worth seeing. You can imagine how busy it will be in summer. Although it's winter, there are still many locals and tourists visiting the bay. It's quite suitable for walking and leisure. The sunrise and sunset here are said to be beautiful. In the evening, sitting on a log on the beach, you can enjoy the beautiful afterglow of the sunset.
Looking at the sunset on the beach, I feel very beautiful and warm. The sun goes down around 4:30. If you want to see the sunset, you must pay attention to the time to love the English Bay. Especially when the sunset sets to the west, when you see the sun slowly falling into the sea, the sea and the sky gradually merge into one, the wonderful feeling must be felt on the spot.
Vancouver's English Bay is located in the northwest of Vancouver. The beaches near the city are busy, especially in summer. But the beach near UBC University is much cleaner. In this book, you can see how smooth and open Haikou is, and how tall downtown buildings stand on the other side. It's good not to sigh sincerely.
Beautiful beaches, excellent places for walking, the sea breeze makes people very comfortable. It is recommended to play when the sun is shining, the wind is shining and the sun is shining. The restaurants around are just some Chinese and Western restaurants, and Japanese cuisine is in the impression.
In fact, the English Bay is very large, including Stanley Park Beach, Sunset Beach and so on, all belong to the English Bay. We come here mainly to enjoy the sunset afterglow, the gentle breeze in the evening, the vastness of the sea, strolling on it, and the enjoyment of life.
Starting from Stanley Park and passing through the English Bay, there are many sunbathing tourists on the beach. At night, there are carnivals and many police cars guarding along the road. The annual fireworks conference will be held here. This is a Korean venue, but it can't climb up at night, so it didn't come.
One of the best beaches in Vancouver, especially for watching sunset and simply enjoying some of the local culture! I often walk here and do just that, and frequently I will stumble upon a variety of the local musical talent in the city! From aboriginal song and dance to a solo guitarist/vocalist, the live music certainly adds to the overall vibe of the beach at sunset. With more restaurants right on the waterfront, it's a great spot to eat dinner as well or enjoy a waterfront patio during the day. Great for families, singles, and couples alike. With many shops, restaurants, and cafes right on Denman Street, this is probably one of the more convenient beaches for spending an afternoon as well. There are also bike lanes for cyclists, and this is a common pit stop along the seawall trek.