Tracy Lakeman, Doug Jasinski and Sonya Hwang on must-see spots for visiting clients.
Tracy Lakeman, CEO, Tourism Richmond
“I have two places and they are a true contrast with one another. The first is the charming, historic fishing village of Steveston. It’s waterfront and very much a small, seaside community. I love going there in the afternoon for great seafood. In the evening, I’d go to a really vibrant Asian restaurant.”
Doug Jasinski, President, Skunkworks Creative Group Inc.
“I inevitably bring visitors to the roof of our office building. We’re on Water Street in Gastown, and from up there you get an incredible, life-size transportation diorama with the docks, cruise ships, float planes, trains and the SeaBus against the backdrop of Burrard Inlet and the North Shore mountains.”
Sonya Hwang, Princiapal, Ki Communications
“To really get a taste of the Whistler area, we would spend the day whitewater rafting down the Elaho River – with a stop at the Devil’s Elbow for an obligatory cliff jump. To relax afterwards, it’s definitely dinner and champagne at the Bearfoot Bistro.”