INTERNeX explores Vancouver Aquarium

Do you know that Canada’s largest and officially first public aquarium is located in Stanley Park here in Vancouver? delfinaquariumIt’s one of the five largest aquarium in North America, covers approximately 9,000 square metres (97,000 sq ft) and has a total 9,500,000 litres of water in 166 aquatic displays. It includes 9 different outdoor and indoor galleryes witch houses around 300 species of fish, almost 30,000 invertebrates, and 56 species of amphibians and reptiles. They also have around 60 mammals and birds. The aquarium is a major tourist attraction here in Vancouver so on Sunday it’s INTERNeX’s time to explore it. Our partners at WEST TREK TOURS have special price on tickets for only $25 (nomal price is $36 for adults and $27 for students), so if you want to come and join us on Sunday please contact us or swing by the office for WEST TREK ticket. You can also book it here on the link below:

We’ll will meet in front of the aquarium entrance at 1PM

Hope to see you all on Sunday :o)


10 Fun Facts about Vancouver

Today I would like to tell you some interesting about the city of Vancouver! Test how much you already know about Vancouver!

Did you know that Vancouver……

  • is the largest film production center in North-America after Los Angeles and New York City?
  • attracts 15 million tourists every year and that is one of the biggest tourist attractions in British Columbia?
  • was ranked number 1 most livable cities in the world in 2009?
  • is only 125 years old?
  • has the mildest climate in Canada (along with Victoria)?
  • is one of the few cities where you can ski and swim on the same day?
  • ‘s residents are called Vancouverities
  • Vancouver has a large Asian population. Over the last decade, the majority of immigrants have come from Asian countries. Especially Chinese people.
  • has more than 200 parks and that Stanley Park is the city’s first park?

Tell us how much you knew already by leaving a comment below 🙂

Have a great Sunday!

Cheers, Lydia

INTERNeX International Exchange
Suite 200-211 Columbia Street
Vancouver BC -V6A 2R5-
Phone: +1 (604) 662 8149



Hi everyone! Did you know that Vancouver has the second largest Chinatown in North America? Chinatown was established even before the lower mainland population was incorporated into the city we know and love. While it has been the center of Chinese culture in Vancouver for more than a century, it is only incidentally a tourist attraction. It doesn’t dress up for visitors, and this is part of its charm. You’ll find things here you’ll have a hard time finding anyplace else in Vancouver.

A variety of food items, both exotic and familiar, can be purchased around the neighborhood. It is not unusual to spot Chinese delicacies, like pig snouts, on display at local butcher shops. From street side markets to family-run restaurants, a visit to Chinatown ensures a culinary experience

So if you’re interested, maybe want to do some shopping , the easiest way to get to Chinatown from downtown is to go east on Pender Street to Carrall Street. If you go by car try to find parking on this street. You can also park in the International Village Parkade at the corner of Pender and Abbott and walk east on Pender and into Chinatown.

Have fun!