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Living in Angono, Philippines:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

12 local experts

If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Angono, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked 12 people living in Angono what someone who is considering moving to or visiting there should know. Here are their pros and cons, tips, and advice:

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Angono Rizal is the Art Capital of the Philippines. If you’re thinking of moving to Angono, you’re in for a treat for amazing art pieces in public. The community is typically religious and honest. Crime rate is low and governance is in pretty good hands of the mayor.

Jean Bautista, says: 2023

If you are looking into moving to our city find, it’s important to note that before you dos so, you have to have your own means of transportation. This is because of the establishments such as wet market, grocery store. and hospital is outside the city. If you do the math, it will be cheaper than to pay for daily commute.

Angono is called the art capital of the Philippines. From where one may find art sculpted and painted on walls of houses, and by the streets. They will be greeted by a sculpture called “The Birth of Maganda and Malakas” in front of the city’s municipality, an art known to other cities, as well.

Adrielle, says: 2020

Angono Rizal might be a small town but it has a rich and creative culture. It is known as the Art Capital of the Philippines. Some of our famous painters and artists were born from this place. Our town celebrates Higantes festival where people make way to giant sculptures for a parade. A very colorful and amazing scenario every 23rd of November. No wonder a lot tourists come to our town just to see such event. This town is also very peaceful.

Sophie, says: 2020

Our town is known as “The Art Capital City of the Philippines”. Many renowned painters live in our town. There are some popular art museums that can be visited in our town as well. Our town is also well known for a popular dish which is called “Fried Itik”. It is a deep-fried native duck, which is grown and bred in our town.

For those who wants to move to my city, they must know that Angono Rizal was known to be the Philippines’ Art Capital. Many artists were also born in that city. They can enjoy themselves by looking at some museums right there. There are also some carvings along the walls of the streets.

Marice, says: 2020

Consider visiting Angono, Rizal, Philippines, if you’re into arts. Our museums showcase our artists’ talent. We also have the famous Angono Petroglyphs which consists of human and animal figures engraved in a rock wall carved during the late Neolithic era. The culture that we have is very rich.

Rhyllene, says: 2020

Angono is a small town east of Manila approximately one hour and a half by land transportation. It’s a quiet town but full of energy emanating from the local Art enthusiasts. In fact, our town is called the Art Capital of the Philippines. Many well known painters come from our town and has influenced a great deal of our youth. Living in our little town would be conducive for suburban living with a lot of Art flair.

Sheena, says: 2020

The environment is nature friendly, people are disciplined and artistic with their own crafts, because our city is well known for being the Art Capital of the Philippines. We’ve yearly celebrating the “Higantes Festival” which comes with big mascots made in paper, and roving around the city. I’ve would love to promote my city around the world.

Angono, Rizal, is the art capital of the Philippines. Our city will make you feel relaxed and motivated because of the famous painters, writers, and talented individuals.

Monica, says: 2020

There are a lot of things for you to get interested in the city. There are local restaurants and attractions. What makes the city shine are the festivals, the products, and the people who it is well-known for. Known as “The Art Capital of the Philippines”, Angono city prides itself with its colorful atmosphere and lively festivities which further shown as numerous famous artists had hailed from in this very city.

I highly recommend that you prepare yourself for the so-called “Higantes Festival” which is famous for its towering artworks such as giant papier mache statues that were handcrafted by the local artisans hence the title of “The Art Capital of the Philippines” being a well-known fact which made the city as another popular tourist destination.

Michael, says: 2020

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