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Kong Kong Hotel Hotel Express (Vancouver airport express, Hong Kong) (Note: they have a long history of bad reviews, and it is difficult to find them, so I would recommend you look elsewhere first. Also, some have a very high fee for the visa, but it's really the only way for a non-residents to enter the country without a visa. The visa fee is $20) Kong Hotel Hotel Express (New York airport, New York) (note: this is a great spot, the location is very close to the airport. I have also heard of another, in the West Village, that doesn't charge, but I can't say for sure. I will add more to this section as more info becomes available) The following is a list of the main attractions that I have found in Vancouver. All of the attractions listed are within a 30 minute walk or in one of sex dating bristol the two major airports, but I did not include them all. All that I know is that they are free, but it is up to you to make sure. The more you do the easier it gets. I'll add more information when I have more info. I tried to include more than 20 attractions that I know of, but only a handful have an easy link to a map. The following list is by no means complete, there are a lot more. Enjoy :) 1) The Vancouver Museum of Fine Arts ( VMA ) is a must see. This is a must do for any muslim. There is always something new on display. If you go, make sure to check out the show, "Cinema in the Garden" 2) MCC Vancouver is a must visit for anyone from any religion. I have yet to try the Canadian pavilion, but the one in the International Gardens looks awesome. 3) The Museum of Contemporary Art ( MOCA ) is one of the few museums in the world that is not a government institution. It is housed in an old military building. It has a lot of interesting exhibits on all aspects of art. If you have a friend who is a muslim, I would say make sure to take them to see this place. 4) If you ever wanted to see all the world's muslim artists, visit the Museum of Muslim Art at the Art Gallery of Alberta. It is located in Calgary, Canada and is owned and run by the Museum. I've heard that it is the best place to go. 5) indian matrimonial sites in canada If you want to see the best of muslim culture, I would say go to the Islamic Cultural Centre of Vancouver. They are the most important mosque in the world. 6) Visit the Islamic Centre of British Columbia for a great day out. They have many activities to keep you busy and entertained. They also have a library where you can study any book you want. 7) If you want to be edmonton muslim a part of the local Muslim community, try the Muslim Student Association at UBC. There are lots of activities happening at the mosque every day. I had my best time there and am sure I'll be back. 8) If you want to make friends with muslims in your neighbourhood, the Muslim Friendship Centre has a community centre and office in Surrey and also the Muslim Students' Association at the University of British Columbia. You can also talk to them at the Surrey mosque. 9) Go to the Al-Farouq centre for a free tour of their centre and mosque. It's also a great place to find out more about Islam. 10) Find out where to go to the mosque for your religious observance. In Vancouver, this is usually located in Granville Square, just up the street from the library. You can see the place at the intersection of Granville and Macleod roads. 11) You can also go to the Muslim Education Centre in the city, located at 741 West Hastings Street, just a few blocks west of Granville Square. 12) Ask your family and friends to introduce you to people who are also Muslim. It's important that you're aware of the differences between the way Islam is practiced and what's common practice in the west. 13) Take advantage of the day time service offered at the Mosque, if possible. The imam can tell you the Quran, Hadith, and what to do if you have questions or need advice. 14) If you want to stay in Vancouver for a while, you may want to consider becoming a "Muslim expat" and living in a Muslim country. The Muslim vivastreet pakistani countries that offer expat opportunities are generally Muslim countries that have good ties to the west (Canada included) but are very secular and don't promote a particular ideology or belief. 15) If you're an artist, you can go to a muslim art gallery, or buy a book of Islamic art. 16) Don't expect to be accepted by muslims in your neighborhood. It's normal to be "different" in a western culture, especially if you're a westerner, so if you don't fit in, it's not surprising to find that there aren't many places for you to live.