VanDusen Botanical Garden

When I first came to Vancouver, the first night spot was visiting to the VanDusen Botanical Garden. Where is VanDusen Botanical Garden? VanDusen Botanical Garden is a 55-acre paradise in Vancouver, home to over 7,500 plant species from around the world. It boasts several themed gardens, including Japanese, Korean, Chinese, and Mediterranean gardens, and features lakes, waterfalls, and sculptures.

One of the signature event was – Festival of Lights. It organised during the winter and the whole garden was surrounded by this kind of stunning lights!

Here are some photo-taking spots at the Festival of Lights in VanDusen Botanical Garden:

  1. Gingerbread Walk: Life-size gingerbread houses for festive family photos.
  2. Candy Cane Lane: Whimsical backdrop of candy canes and sweets.
  3. Tree Canopy Walkway: Elevated walkway for panoramic photos and selfies.
  4. Dancing Lights: Synchronized light and music display for action shots and videos.
  5. Carousel: Vintage carousel decorated with lights and ornaments.
  6. Lake: Serene lake illuminated by colorful lights for picturesque photos.

Overall, VanDusen Botanical Garden is a great escape from the city and an inspiring destination for anyone who loves nature.