Canadian residents are more than 34 million people and most them live in cities within less than 150 km from the border of the United States. Most of the Canadian population descended from English and French, followed by Scotland, Ireland, Germany, and Italy, as well as Ukraine. This made Canada the country with diverse cultures. The national languages used in this country of origin of the sport of ice hockey are English and French.


There are several modes of transportation that we can choose to explore Canada. First, we can choose a landline, where a wide selection of vehicle-starting of cars and buses-have adequate facilities and networks. Secondly, through the railway line, where Canada provides intercity rail network and rail network in the city that people can ride safely. Thirdly, Canada offers the convenience of driving cross-province by ferry. Recently, the extensive and fast flight networks as well as the wide selection of airlines are available to all residents of Canada who want to travel between provinces, and even overseas.


Canada has a variety of tourist destinations ranging from nature, culture, to entertainment. Beautiful nature, technological advancement, well laid infrastructure, and the multi-cultural population make Canada a destination to explore. Here are some interesting places that can be visited while studying in this country of origin of Celine Dion and Shania Twain.

  1. Niagara Falls

Many describe this as one of the seven (7) the natural wonders of the world, the natural beauty of Niagara Falls was formed when the glaciers of the last ice age receded and water from the Great Lakes carved a route through the Niagara escarpment. There is no boring day in Niagara Falls because here there are many places of interest, among others:

– Skylon Tower which is known for the rotating dining room.

– The Niagara Falls Aviary Museum and Aerospace Museum, Daredevil Niagara, Niagara Museum.

– The Mist is an adventure tour of Niagara Falls with a boat ride and experiencing the ‘shower’ in Niagara Falls.

  1. Jasper National Park

Located in the province of Alberta, this national park is one of the historic heritages in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1984. Moreover, this place is the largest in the Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks, with an area of over 10,000 km2. It is a tourist attraction with all activities to do, such as hiking, skiing, enjoying nature, and unique wildlife such as wild bears, the elk (moose), and a large deer (caribou), as well as wolves.

  1. Vancouver and Victoria

Vancouver is the largest metropolitan city in Western Canada, which is in the province of British Columbia. Vancouver was awarded as “The World’s Most Liveable Cities” version of The Economist Intelligence Unit in 2014 as the third-ranked city that offers the best quality of life in the world.

Victoria, the capital city of this province, is located in Vancouver Island, which is one of the islands of Canadian Arctic in Nunavut and the Northwest Territories of Canada, and it is the largest island in the world. Victoria port city is very rich in history, culture, art; therefore, it is recommended to visit while in Canada.

  1. Whistler

Is a sacred place for fans of adrenaline sports (skiing in winter, mountain biking in the summer) ranging from beginner level up to the extreme. As a place of choice for skiing on the North American mainland since the mid-1990s, Whistler was chosen to host the prestigious sports event-the Winter Olympics in 2010.

  1. Toronto and Calgary

Toronto is the number one largest city in Canada, and also the capital of the province of Ontario. In addition to the Toronto Stock Exchange, all are available in the city formerly known as York. The city is well known, from the historic buildings to modern, industrial food and beverage area, the annual festival, to the well-known institutions in the world. In addition, the town where the International Film Festival was held is at fourth position on “The World’s Most Liveable Cities” (the most comfortable city to live) from The Economist Intelligence Unit, 2015. This largest city in the province of Alberta is an ideal destination for nature and winter sports.

  1. Quebec and Montreal

Quebec is the largest province in Canada where the French is its primary language. Many of the unique things come from this world largest maple syrup producing province, one of which is the symbol of fleur-de-lis as a motive for its flag.

The largest city in Quebec is Montreal, where there are Mount Royal Park, the largest park designed by the famous designer who also designed New York’s Central Park. Canada proved to be very comfortable to live in, in addition to Vancouver and Toronto, the city of Calgary was also awarded “The World’s Most Liveable Cities” (the most comfortable city to live) in 2015 by The Economist Intelligence Unit, ranked second. In addition, since 1999 in Montreal literary festival held every year multi languages, namely Blue Metropolis International Literary Festival.

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