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공원
“Golden Ears Park is one of the biggest Provincial Parks in B.C. Perfect for those who enjoy being surrounded by nature and greenery. There is Alouette Lake and many hiking trails as well!”
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Veterinarian
“Fort Langley is a Canadian Heritage Site and former 19th Century trading post for the Hudson Bay Company. The community is home to quaint shops and period buildings and the actual Fort is open to the public.”
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유적지
“Great place to visit!! Historic Fort is amazing. The village is filled with shops, cafes, antiques and more. About 30 minute drive.”
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카페
“Wendell’s is a must try in quaint Fort Langley. This little coffee shop cafe and bookstore is always busy and if you try you will know why... some things are best as good surprises ”
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카페
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“Feasts for the everyday, Big Feast Bistro provides a small town feel with a trendy, urban atmosphere.”
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주류 판매점
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“A local Pub favourite! They offer great daily specials from 5pm-9pm! They are only a 3 minute drive away from our rental place.”
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공원
“Beautiful walking/jogging trail along the river into historic Fort Langley.”
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Natural Feature
“Head over to the Golden Ears park for lake and trails. Easy access over the golden ears bridge north on 200th. Use google maps and trail maps. The river past the campground beyond the lake is a popular spot for day visits ”
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기타 야외 활동
“Want to take the kids on an adventure over the tree tops? This park has 9 ziplines, 62 aerial games, 40ft jump. ELEMENT ACTIVITIES AT THIS PARK. ... Way, way up above your head, there’s an obstacle course where we throw everything at you: log ladders, ziplines, cargo nets, rope swings, tightropes, swinging logs, wobbly bridges. Cost $19.99 kids for 2 rounds. Please check the website as this was the price last time I checked. ”
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레스토랑
“Great food and great patio in quaint fort Langley. Good destination for sone local shops and bakeries or a walk along the river trail fort to fort.”
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극장
“There are always great things happening at the ACT. This theatre presents a wide variety of musical and other entertainment. ”
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레스토랑
“15 minutes away - and you can enjoy a great burger, local craft beers and entertainment too! A Fort Langley local fav!”
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베이커리
“In Fort Langley We are an artisan bakeshop, cafe and pizzeria located in Fort Langley, BC, built on the original site of Reid’s Blacksmith Shop, circa 1910. We create real food using traditional artisanal methods, baked fresh daily, on-site, in our open kitchen using locally sourced and seasonal ingredients. The hand forged viennoiserie, patisserie, cakes, eclairs, tarts, cookies, savouries, soups and gourmet sandwiches crafted by our passionate team are worth the trip. We love our coffee! Our baristas craft the finest range of espresso based coffee drinks using organic beans roasted locally by Republica Coffee Roasters.”
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레스토랑
“Located just besides the Fraser River, you get perfect view of the water. Great food, beautiful view, also live music on Saturday night, what can you ask for more?”
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Grocery or Supermarket
“In Fort Langley Formally known as the IGA, Lee’s Market is a family owned grocery store in Fort Langley, BC, Canada. The Lee family bought the store in 1975 and have been serving the community ever since. The market has gone through several name changes over the decades, including Tommy’s Market, Lucky Dollar, Link’s Hardware and IGA, and the Fort Supply Company. The Fort Supply Co. was the official name in 1975 when the Lee family became the new (and present) owners. For the Lee family it was a long road, or rather, it was a long ocean to travel before finally finding their home in this community. Like their father who had made his way to Fiji from China during the 1940’s, to find a better home and better life to make for his wife and future children; so would Johnny, the oldest son, make his way from Fiji to Canada to find a better home and better life for his brothers, sister and mother. By 1972 the remaining family members had managed to immigrate to Canada and after a few years and various jobs, they found a place for the family to start a business, to thrive and to grow. Although the family business has expanded to encompass the Walnut Grove and Langley City IGA Market Place franchises; Peter, Robert, Margaret, Chang, Lum, Linda, Judy and Charlie and all the familiar faces (and new ones, too!) we have seen for years working at the IGA in Fort Langley are a welcoming place in the community. Charlie has since gone to Walnut Grove. His father, Johnny is still fondly remembered as the happy-go-lucky P.R. guy of the Lee family.”
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카페
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“In Fort Langley Named after the word for house/a place to gather, this beautiful arts & cultural café is designed to honour and reflect tradition and culture. Stop by for a visit and experience great local food in a relaxed environment right on the riverfront in historic Fort Langley. Inspired by the temperate rain forests of the Pacific, our cafe by the river features a bright, airy layout and generous use of cedar. We are proud to be First Nations owned, with our menu incorporating some of the traditional flavors of a Coast Salish diet. Whether it's breakfast, fresh baked goods, sandwiches or charcuterie, everything is made to order from scratch, with many ingredients sourced locally.”
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