Living in Bustos, Philippines:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Bustos, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked five people living in Bustos 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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Bustos, a town in Bulacan, is one of the Historical Places in the province. Our culture is rich and you can see different tourist destination. Resorts and bodies of water are everywhere. Famous for having our native delicacy which is Minasa. Every year, we celebrate its festival where in students from different schools participates in street dancing.

Our city is actually in the province. To be able to fully enjoy it, be ready for provincial life. It would mean less access to transportation, farther transport to urban areas, quiet and quaint life, and most of all, neighbors who love to gossip. Aside from those, living in the province is quite relaxing if you are aiming to escape the stresses of the urban life.

Claire, says: 2020

I think he/she needs to know our culture, festival, and how we live. They need to be respectful to others. We are known for our farms. They should know their surrounding s well. They should know where they’re will be living. They need to know how much it’ll cost them.

Bustos is a small town located north of the country’s capital. The people are friendly and have a sense of community. The residents love to cook various delicacies like “kakanin”. It is also famous for the Minasa Festival which is celebrated every January of the year. The people’s livelihood is mostly baking the “minasa” or the cassava cookies.

Someone considering to move in our city should try our special Minasa, the bread that the elders usually make. It is one of the best-tasting breads in the world. Heritage houses are also a must-see in our town. It is full of historical facts and you could learn a lot from it. The Angat Dam is also one of the tourist spots you could come to if you visit our place, it is known to be Asia’s second largest rubber dam.

Paulene, says: 2020

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