Living in Bayombong, Philippines:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Bayombong, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked five people living in Bayombong 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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Someone moving to Bayombong should know our city is very simple. This city has a few landmarks but they are not that great, although this city has a good community and has a rich culture. To someone moving here should not expect too much of a wow factor.

Bayombong, Nueva Vizcaya, is the capital of the province. It is headed by Hon. Ralph C. Lantion. According to statistics, our municipality is considered to a first class municipality. In terms of landmarks, Capitol park, also considered the Luneta of the North is one of the most promising place.

Caroline, says: 2020

Simple living at its finest. If people are already tired of the everyday stress they have to endure, my hometown is the perfect place to unwind and relax. It is not just a place for vacation but a haven for peace and serenity.

Underrated and unknown, my hometown offers unique attractions that only those who dare try and explore can experience. Virgin mountains, clear water from falls and rivers, and fresh air from tall, old trees are just some of the simple things that my place has to offer — treasures that are now rarely available in highly-urbanized cities. But above anything else, my hometown’s welcoming people make anyone feel that he or she is a part of the family.

Bayombong is a home of kind Novo Vizcayanos that will welcome anyone with genuine and heartfelt smiles. We celebrate the Ammungan Festival, in honor of Santo Niño, to express gratitude for our ‘unity’. Bayombong is an ethnically diverse city which we can explore to learn more about the customs and traditions of Novo Vizcayanos. I’m also proud that we have the St. Dominic Cathedral where people gather to boost their faith. It was built during the Spanish Colonization in 1793 and considered to be a sacred place for Novo Vizcayanos.

Richard, says: 2020

Living in the city of Bayombong would mean lesser cost of living compared to the other cities in the Philippines. The environment is relaxing because of less traffic. oxygen intake of a person increases because of less air pollution. One could expect to see such simple living in this particular city.

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