Living in Bulakan, Philippines:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Bulakan, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked four people living in Bulakan 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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Bulacan City, home of sweet and sticky delicacies tracing its way back to the roots of our ancestors. things are more peaceful than the metro, we consider our city as an urban and rural type because we somehow are not lacking in anything. other cities are getting products and rops from us. These are only some of the best features of Bulacan City.

Valerie, says: 2020

Considering moving here, I may offer you best delicacies and beautiful historical places that may satisfy both your eyes and heart. Adobo, sinigang and kare-kare are some of the dishes that will surely please your stomach. Puto, yema and kakanin are also some of the delicacies that I can offer to you. There are historical churches that will strengthen your spiritual being as well.

Jayann, says: 2020

Someone who wants to move to on our location should know it’s not really a city but just a small country town with a huge respect to a religious culture particularly, Catholicism. We always see to it that the Patron Saint in our place is always being celebrated and honored. Because, it’s where this town is known for.

Katrina, says: 2020

My place is in Bulakan, it is a small yet good municipality to live. it is known for delicacies and rice production as well. There are many people starting to move here from the metropolis due to its quiet laid back environment.

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