Living in Bauang, Philippines:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Bauang, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked four people living in Bauang 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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For someone who wants to move to our place, Bauang, La Union, you should expect warm happy people aside from the nearby beach resorts. Our town is also considered the “Fruit Basket of the North” since our town offers places that showcase different fruit-picking activities. One in particular is the grape-picking activity which is most commonly done in Urayong, Bauang, La Union.

Shariza, says: 2020

Familiarize themselves with the norms of their future neighborhood because we are culturally conservative. Second, transportation is not that good because you can’t visit from town to town if you don’t have a private vehicle. They should be able to adapt with our way living in the province because it’s much way simpler than the life of those living in Class A type of cities.

Life here is very simple. We are surrounded by farm and trees that are mostly the source of our income. People are also kind and very hospitable. This municipality is also considered the Fruit Basket of the North because we offer grapes, dragon fruits, guapples, and a lot more fruits.

Rowell, says: 2020

Bauang is a municipality of La Union which is popularly known for its calm waters, fine sand and languidly swaying coconut trees along the shorelines of Baccuit Sur to Pagdalagan Sur. Hence, the municipality earned the appellation as the “Beach Capital of the Philippines”. it caters delicious grapes and apples grown in barangays Payocpoc, Santiago, Bagbag and Urayong.

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