Kalana Premawardana’s Victoria
Collected by Kalana Premawardana
3486-, 3492 Mayfair Dr, Victoria, BC V8P 4P9, Canada
Nearby to the City of Victoria, Mount Tolmie Park offers views of Victoria and the surrounding areas. Stroll through Garry Oaks on one of the many gravel trails throughout the park or just enjoy a drive up the windy road to the summit.
740 Burdett Ave, Victoria, BC V8W 1B2, Canada
For the best cocktails in Victoria, try the local oak gins at Clive's Classic Lounge. These Victorian spirits are delicious and served with old-school class. Everyone is friendly here but sure to ask for Shawn!
189 Dallas Rd, Victoria, BC V8V 1A1, Canada
At sunset the night market opens on the harbour front, illuminated by the lights on the Parliament building across the water. Favourites include gourmet chocolate, organic honey, handmade soaps, and organic cotton satchels. Another Canadian...
Fan Tan Alley, Victoria, BC V8W, Canada
An afternoon meandering through the narrow stores of Chinatown feels like a trip back in time. This is the oldest Chinese district in Canada and it's full of historic nooks and crannies to explore. Formerly a derelict gambling district, it has...
911 Government St, Victoria, BC V8W 1X5, Canada
Half way to the harbour we found Jade Mine, a specialty jade shop that primarily sells jade jewelry and pendents. The jade is mined in British Columbia and hand-carved for the store. This three-foot jade eagle might be a bit too elaborate to get...
603 Fort Rodd Hill Rd, Victoria, BC V9C 2W8, Canada
The Fisgard Lighthouse is the perfect combination of history, outdoor adventuring, and enchanting views. The lighthouse is over a hundred and fifty years old, and visitors are encouraged to come inside and read about the life of the Fisgard...
501 Belleville St, Victoria, BC V8V 2L8, Canada
Victoria is the legislative home of British Columbia and you can take a free guided tour of the government building to find out more of the history of the province, uncover the secrets of the building’s neo-baroque architecture, and understand BC’...
Downtown, Victoria, BC, Canada
First of all, Victoria has the second-most restaurants per capita in North America after San Francisco, so ...I can't fit everything here. But to start: DOWNTOWN 1. Little Jumbo - super geeky about drinks and always friendly; a bit like a...
685 Humboldt St, Victoria, BC V8W 1A6, Canada
Victoria is known for it’s miles of paths and rideable roads. See the area by scooter or bicycle, or follow a guided tour, like the 4-hour Castles and Lakes and 5-hour Seaside Route to Butchart Gardens. Ride rentals are available at Cycle BC by...
Dallas Rd, Victoria, BC, Canada
One of the best ways to embrace the elements in the wild weather of fall and winter on the West Coast is to wrap up and go storm watching—and the best place to do it in Victoria is along the Dallas Road waterfront trail. Take a stroll along the...
675 Belleville St, Victoria, BC V8W 9W2, Canada
Discover more about the natural and human history of British Columbia at the Royal BC Museum. Plan to spend time in the fascinating First Nations section, which documents the traditional way of life for the Coast Salish peoples that changed...
721 Government St, Victoria, BC V8W 1W5, Canada
Every book will tell you to have high tea at the Empress in Victoria, and you should. They welcomed our three-generation group, including 2 kids under 6, and had hot chocolate for those who didn't want tea. They also had a full gluten-free option,...
Victoria, BC, Canada
The Ogden Point Breakwater is a popular and easy 850-meter-long (half-mile-long) boardwalk that starts along Dallas Road and extends into the sea, built along the top of a historic breakwater. Locals stroll here to enjoy the views and watch cruise...
1050 Joan Crescent, Victoria, BC V8S 3L5, Canada
Canada isn't as renowned for castles as one might think (or at all, in fact), which makes a visit to Craigdarroch that much more intriguing. A prototypical "bonanza" castle, Craigdarroch was born out of the industrial wealth generated by railroad...