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Beaches in and near Zamboanga City, Zamboanga Del Sur: What do you need to know?

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From bikinis to beachballs to boardwalks, here's what four local experts had to say about beaches in and near Zamboanga City, Zamboanga Del Sur.

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For someone moving here you should, at the very least, know the following: brownout is almost everyday, officials are incompetent, rivers are very dirty, crimes are everywhere, schools are not effective for learning, on the other hand, we have many great beaches, scenery, mountains in the rural areas of the city.

Someone moving to Zamboanga City should know we’re hospitable inhabitants. My city is the Asia’s Latin city, so our dialect sounds more like the Spanish language. We have colorful boats and beautiful beaches that attracts tourists. Someone moving here would absolutely enjoy the city.

Johnvic, says: 2020

Zamboanga City is the “City of Flower” and is considered the high first highly urbanized city in Zamboanga Peninsula, our dialect is called Chavacano, a spanish based creole language. We also have some good tourist spot like, pink sand beach, good food and the people are very hospitable.

Zamboanga city is in the south of the country. Our city has a unique dialect known as “Chavacano” which is thought to have a Spanish origin. The city is known for delicious foods, especially our seafood cuisines. The pink-sand beach is one of the known tourist spots of the city.

Maryjoy, says: 2020
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