Shinami Ito May 10th Raffle Winner!

A big congratulations to Shinami Ito from Japan! Shinami won tickets to the Vancouver Lookout as part of our weekly raffles during graduation! The Vancouver Lookout is a once in a lifetime experience to see the city like never before! We recommend that you go to the Vancouver Lookout in the morning so that you can enjoy the view again at night. Entry to the Vancouver Lookout is unlimited per day once you enter. Shinami is one of the two lucky winners for this week’s raffle! She is taking part in our General English program and is definitely enjoying Vancouver! Join EC Vancouver’s graduation every Friday and you may win tickets to The Vancouver Aquarium, Capilano Suspension Bridge, Fly Over Canada, the Vancouver Lookout, and much others! Take part in our English courses to learn more about our raffles, tours and free classes we offer to our students every week. Study English in Vancouver with EC Language Centres and enjoy the different activities and events the city has to offer. In contrast all you need is your EC student ID and ofcourse your presence! Taking English courses with EC Language Centres allows you to explore different events and activities with us and in the city. For more information about our classes, courses, tours, events and other activities, visit your student online account and reserve your spot there! Above all, congratulations Shinami ! We hope that you enjoy the Vancouver Lookout! take lots of pictures and share it with us using the hashtags #ECExperience and #ECVancouver.!!

Vancouver Lookout

The Vancouver Lookout

Vancouver is a huge city, and especially in your first weeks, it’s likely you’ll get a bit lost. The Vancouver Lookout is located in Downtown and gives you not only a great overview but also an amazing view all around Vancouver. I am a bit scared of heights, but two friends convinced me to come with them because the weather was great. We met at Granville Station and had a quick lunch at Tim Horton’s before we walked to the Lookout and bought our tickets. Let them know that you are a student because the ticket will be cheaper. For any information about prices etc., just visit their website. We were excited to get up, you step into the elevator, and it takes you up quite fast. The walls of the elevator are made of glass, so we had a nice view on Vancouver already on our way up, though I thought it was a bit scary as well. It is super high!! Upstairs you can get a 360-degree view around Vancouver. It is truly impressive, and we were trying to find places we knew from up there. I liked that there are stickers on the glass itself, so you know what you are looking at, but there is also information on a little board, and you can learn more about different people or things that are famous for the area. We read information about areas we didn’t know yet and made new plans on where we can go in the Vancouver area. I would like to see New Westminster for example. My favorite view was on North Vancouver as you can see the Mountains and the water. We took our time and walked around twice before we looked at the gift shop. They also have a restaurant there, and it … Read more