Alberta is one of the provinces in western Canada.

This province is famous for its amazing natural scenery. Starting from stretching grasslands, mountains with snowy peaks, and cities that are rich in artistic and cultural heritage. Here are 8 places that you must visit when traveling to Alberta, Canada.

Waterton Lake National Park - Alberta

Waterton Lake National Park

Lake Waterton National Park features rugged mountains and wilderness terrain, with beautiful hiking trails. The lakes there are the deepest in the Canadian Rockies. The only park service is available on the Waterton Park city site, where you can see deer roaming the streets freely.

Lake Louise - Alberta

Lake Louise

Lake Louise is a lake that is often used as an object of photography in Canada because of its extraordinary beauty. There you can rent a canoe at Lake Louise Boathouse or hiking while enjoying the natural scenery around.

You can invite your friends to enjoy the view and spend the night at Danay Louise by setting up a tent. Of course, you also have to provide food supplies and supplies. So that the atmosphere is even more exciting, you can bring a stack of dominoes to play together. Or you can also play other card games such as Capsa, Poker, Blackjack. However, if you forget to bring a card, you can play online by visiting daftar situs judi slot online terpercaya. Oh yeah, don’t forget to complete your game with cold drinks like soft drinks, cocktails, or beer.

Maligne Canyon - Alberta

Maligne Canyon

Maligne Canyon is one of the most beautiful places in Alberta! Surrounded by lush green trees, waterfalls in summer, and large ice formations in winter. For a more exciting and enjoyable experience, it is recommended to visit this place when the weather is cooler and more refreshing.

Jasper National Park - Alberta

Jasper National Park

Jasper National Park is the best park you must visit in Alberta. The park is home to the Columbia Ice Field – the largest ice field in the Rocky Mountains and one of the largest non-polar ice fields in the world. There you can ride a special vehicle to the ice field, drink from glacier waters and then ride the glass-floored skywalk above the glacier. As the largest national park in the Canadian Rockies, Jasper National Park is also home to a variety of wildlife so that you can find large deer, caribou, deer, wolves, grizzly bears, and others.

Lethbridge - Alberta


Lethbridge is a city located at the foot of the Canadian Rockies, southern Alberta. Lethbridge was formerly known as Whoop-Up Fortress because of illegal activities there. The city has been named the Cultural Capital of Canada because of its rich ethnic and artistic heritage. There you can visit three main museums, the Southern Alberta Art Gallery, the University of Lethbridge Art Gallery, and the Casa. And don’t forget to cross the Lethbridge Viaduct, the tallest and longest steel bridge in North America.

Banff National Park - Alberta

Banff National Park

Banff National Park is the oldest national park in Canada. Here you can visit the most beautiful lakes in Canada. This national park is always crowded throughout the year. Tourists come for hiking in summer and ski in winter. The City of Banff, which organizes the annual winter carnival, is located inside this park.
Athabasca Falls

Athabasca Waterfall is very popular and is a favorite for foreign tourists. The beautiful scenery displayed by Athabasca Falls is indeed extraordinary against a majestic mountain backdrop. There are many platforms to see the waterfall, but be sure to keep following the path because the terrain is quite slippery and cold, so it will be very dangerous if you walk out of the lane.

Elk Island National Park - Alberta

Elk Island National Park

Deer Island National Park or Elk Island National Park is more than just a deer sanctuary, and there are plenty of outdoor recreation areas for adventurers. Apart from deer, there you can find bison, wolves, black bears, beavers, and lynx. In the garden greeting, you can also visit the Ukrainian Pioneer Home, the first Canadian museum dedicated to immigrants from Ukraine.



In the west of Canada, there is the beautiful and dear City of Vancouver to miss. Indeed, the prices of goods there are quite expensive, but that certainly can be circumvented.

Some might think that Vancouver is the version of the big city of San Francisco. But believe me, Vancouver is a special city that has unique and different characteristics.

This time I will invite you to get to know the city of Vancouver, which is located on the western edge of the country of Canada. Clean, beautiful, and charming are three expressions that I can call to illustrate the majesty of one of the cities that is touted as the most expensive city in Canada.

Usually, the tourists who visit Vancouver previously visited one of the cities in Washington State, United States, namely Seattle. Based on my experience, a trip from the rainy city, Seattle, to Vancouver is approximately 3 hours by bus or private vehicle.

You need one week to get around and enjoy this beautiful city as a tourist. That was the week I spent while visiting Vancouver. There are many places that you can visit here, for example, Stanley Park, Capilano Suspension Bridge, Vancouver Art Gallery, Robson Square, Dr. Sun Yat Sen Classical Chinese Garden, Vancouver Aquarium, and others.

When winter arrives, the place that is a favorite of foreign and domestic tourists is Cypress Mountain Ski Area. Their visitors can feel the thick, soft snow for skiing and snowboarding.

The cost of living in Vancouver is very high, so it also impacts on visiting tourists. Usually, tourists have to spend quite a lot of money in this city because prices for accommodation, transportation, and food are relatively expensive, even compared to cities in the United States.

One way to save money when it comes to this city is to stay in hostels that provide breakfast menus and cook for dinner because usually hostels are equipped with kitchens.

As with most cities in the United States and Canada, food in Vancouver is relatively more western. But the difference, here many shops sell good quality organic snacks, so of course, the food is healthier.

Also, based on my observations during the week there, the people who live there are rather rarely buying fast food. That may be because the people of Vancouver have begun to realize about the health effects of the food they consume.

The conclusion from me who only briefly visited Vancouver: This place is one place that is a pity if passed. Some might think that Vancouver is the version of the big city of San Francisco. But believe me, Vancouver is a special city that has unique and distinctive characteristics with other cities in the world. Have a nice trip to Maple country.



Living in a big city will certainly be at risk of high financial needs.

Without it, we will be shifted slowly or even forced to come out if we are unable to balance ourselves with the environment. But there are times when even worse, and we are in a foreign country.

Call it Canada, which is located far away on the American continent, consisting mostly of cities with high living costs. For those of you who are competing for a little thinner, and have been in Canada for some time, it’s good to see some cities in Canada that have the lowest cost of living (the cheapest at the level of Canadian cities too, of course).

You may be fed up with the prices and the very high cost of living, with exorbitant house prices just for a place to rest. If you are looking for low prices, then it’s best to start searching around the Prairies area. This area is quite capable of providing competitive prices compared to other cities in Canada, at least for housing prices.

According to the loop, prices range from US $ 271 thousand in Winnipeg to 355 thousand dollars in the Edmonton region. You will only find cheaper housing prices in the bay area, east of Quebec, while for the Calgary area, prices will go up at 455 thousand dollars.

Calgary City

Meanwhile, if you want to buy a house in western Canada or central Canada, you will be offered an average selling price of between 547 thousand dollars to 785 thousand dollars and many job vacancies await you in the cities of Toronto and Vancouver.

 Job opportunities are also good in the Ontario and Quebec regions with relatively constant housing prices. The lowest housing prices in all of Canada are in the Saint John region, with a price range of 169 thousand dollars. Still, the risk is that you will find it difficult to get work in this region, Saint John is among the regions with the worst job vacancies in Canada.

Another option is the city of Halifax, with an average house selling price of around 265 thousand dollars, with quite a lot of open job opportunities. It is recommended for those of you who are looking for the place with the lowest cost of living in Canada to come to Halifax, with employment opportunities that are always busy, in addition to the city of Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver, or Calgary. All prices above are at the exchange rate of IDR 12000 per US dollar.