Living in Bay, Philippines:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Bay, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked five people living in Bay 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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You’ll not be disappointed if you’ll consider moving here, Bay. In Bay, a bakery named Tenorio’s serves good and freshly-baked bread called Monay Bae everyday. Our city is also rich with history, being the very first city considered the capital of Laguna. Not only those, but people from our city are also very hospitable and kind.

The air in here is very clean. Life in the countryside is less expensive and you can save money or start a business here because there are a lot of areas of business to choose from.

Brandon, says: 2020

Here in our town of Bay Laguna, is where the most famous “Monay Bae” are found. We best offer fresh seafood in our market. This place is where you can find affordable property lots. This place is also the home of St. Augustine, the patron of Education, where students go and pray for good results of their exams.

Bay, Laguna, lies on the foot of Mount Makiling where you can find lush greeneries. The climate is quite cool compared to the municipalities around. The city is conducive to living as the place is quite far from the city noise.

Justine, says: 2020

You must know that the town of Bay is a rich area for future job prospects. There are a bunch of malls developing there and the infrastructure is pretty decent in the main economic areas of the town like the National Highway towards Calamba and San Pablo. Then after that, there are still more jobs like in IRRI and an abundance of convenience stores.

Marielle, says: 2020

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