Richmond is happily located mere moments south of the Vancouver International Airport, and is entirely on Lulu Island, between the two arms of the Fraser River. The urbanized western part of the island is an extremely desirable location for families looking for close proximity to downtown Vancouver. Since 1990s it has also been a magnet for new Canadians from China, and in some ares, particularly Golden Village between Number 3 and Number 4 roads. It's easy to imagine you're in Asia with its abundance of Chinese restaurants and stores. TransLink SkyTrain has a terminus station, Richmond-Brighouse, in the heart of the area, which puts commuters in downtown Vancouver within minutes. The area's condominiums are priced lower than those in nearby Vancouver, making it a prime place for first-time home buyers who want to stay close to the city. In addition to Richmond's urban setting, outlying areas of the city offer a number of historic sites and destinations, including the Gulf of Georgia Cannery and Steveston Village, a working fishing village that is a mecca for tourists in the summer.