Living in Balanga City, Philippines:
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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Balanga City, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked 12 people living in Balanga City 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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Balanga City is very safe, no one can harm you. Everyone is hospitable. we have a “No Smoking” rule there. We have a lot of pride in our area that is dry fish. That’s where many come here to buy and taste our great product. There is also the most visited and this is Mt. Samat. One of the historical places in my country.

Genesis, says: 2020

City of Balanga, which is in the province of Bataan, is one of the most popular cities in Luzon. If you ever consider on moving in Balanga City, you will never regret it. It is because the place is really good. There are lots of shops, banks and schools on where you can choose from. People in Balanga City are also nice, so don’t be afraid.

Balanga Bataan has a lot to offer. Tourism, infrastructure, business sectors, name it we have it. We can be access by land or by sea. It’s a four hours land travel from the capital on the Philippines and 45 mins to one hour sea travel. Our city is the second business capital in our province.

Balanga is my hometown, it is a great place where you can find extraordinary tourist destination that you will enjoy. You can easily adapt out town when you planned to move here. People are approachable and family oriented that even you will treat as a family member. Cost of living here is very affordable and you can find job here easily.

Our city is famous for its tourist attractions like the Bataan World War II Museum, The Divine Mercy Shrine, And we also have many resorts that you can go during summer vacations and relax there. The people here are nice and hospitable and the food here too is amazing and you can live here because the rents here are cheap and affordable.

Julianne, says: 2020

When someone moves here, it is small but a well-established one. These people must be aware that we have not got so many malls here that they can choose to go to. If they are a nature-lover, this will be their place. the crime rate here is low compared to the other cities.

Balanga City is a developing city in the Province of Bataan. It is well-known in the country for its history and wonderful nature that brings tourism alive. The people are friendly and hospitable to tourists and foreign investors. Residents have stable jobs because of the booming industry in the city.

Samantha, says: 2020

Our city, City of Balanga is one of the urban cities that implements traditional culture. Balanga is one of the biggest contributor of “banga’s” in the province and even in other regions. Our city is also known with our prosperous harvest of seafoods and production of balut. We are famous of the Philippines very own “Shrine of Valor” that signifies our country’s dignity and pride.

Marisel, says: 2020

A very peaceful city at the heart of the province of Bataan There’s a lot of beaches and landmarks where they could enjoy by just living in this place. A lot of opportunities for those who look for a permanent job and trying to settle for good. They could also like the foods and delicacies that this town primarily offered for tourist and someone who appreciates the beauty of Balanga City.

Balanga City is quiet and peaceful. My place is nestled in a province, so those who don’t want noisy places will enjoy it here.

The City of Balanga is the capital of Bataan. It has the great city views and work opportunities here. The people here are very friendly and welcoming. The air here is pure and fresh. You will also find here the historical Dambana ng Kagitingan and the death march mark. You will also enjoy the fresh seafood here and the tinapa is one of our city’s delicacies.

Camille, says: 2020

My city resides in a peninsula. We have dry and wet seasons throughout the year, and because we’re near Manila Bay, the lower parts of our city often get flooded. I recommend that when you decide to live in a lower part of the city, you choose to stay on a residence with higher elevation. Because floods can last a while during heavy rainfall.

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