All about Brampton: Family oriented and tight knit ethnic communities make up Brampton. In this city, people of all ages are out for a stroll, at any given time of day. At every corner you’ll find ethnic grocery stores and markets, selling overseas trinkets and edibles. There’s never a shortage of Indian cuisine and the smell of bold spices in the air. Brampton is one of those unique cities, made up of immigrants that have managed to maintain their ‘back home way of life,’ in the suburbs of Toronto.
Things to see in Brampton: Known as the ‘Flower City,’ Brampton has an array of beautiful parks that make up more than 6,000 acres of parkland. Among the green spaces are an abundance of temples scattered throughout. For daredevils, Brampton has a strong motorcycle culture, in partnership with the city. ‘Motorcycle Mondays’ is an event that provides bike enthusiasts an opportunity to socialize and meet new friends. If bikes don’t interest you, you’ll find Shoppers World Brampton, located at the major intersection of Steeles and Main Street, and less than 15 minutes away is Brampton’s largest mall, Bramalea City Centre.