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Living in Cabanatuan City, Philippines:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

25 local experts

If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Cabanatuan City, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked 25 people living in Cabanatuan City 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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25 comments on “Cabanatuan City”

Tricycle is super pricey. They know if you are a local or not. Plus it gets super hot (one of the hottest in PH) so get ready for heat waves, also gets flooded. Other than those things, living here is nice because of the scenic province views.

He must get himself used to costly transportation fees. Our City has always been known as one of the hottest towns in the Philippines. It is a city that offers both the convenience of urban and rural living. The people are kind. It is developing to a high urbanization stage where investing businesses is ideal.

Marissa, says: 2020

The city is accessible to basic needs such as market, public transportation, utilities such as power, water and good internet coverage. Considered as a city, but far from the usual chaos of a usual rural living. Not much pollution and the citizens are far more disciplined.

If someone is considering moving to my city, know how to manage his or her time wisely. My city is a busy one. One should be ready to travel as early as five o’clock in the morning to avoid the heavy traffic.

Rosalyn, says: 2020

Moving to our city is like moving to a food park. We got our all time favorite food longanisa or in English a smoke sausage. We have also the best hotel to stay for the nights five star hotel with a pool. We have also the best policy for riding motorcycles.

If you’re looking for a place to have a nice summer, this isn’t it. We only have two seasons here: hot and hotter. Summer will melt you. If you’re planning to take nice pictures with beautiful scenery, this is not the place either. Cabanatuan is a city in Central Luzon, so we don’t have the ocean here, no mountains, just one river. But if you are searching for great places to eat, you’re making a great choice coming here.

For someone considering in moving here, he or she must first know the background about the city. The place is very important. This is because the house must be in place where it will be convenient to the person, for example, is it near the market? work? etc.

When moving to Cabanatuan, one should have enough patience to long traffic jams. This is because Cabanatuan City is the tricycle capital of the Philippines. However, the city is also known for its warm people and fine delicacies. The City is also known for its famous longganisa, a type of sausage made of pork and lots of garlic.

I think people who did not already go there. And my City is the best City in that province, because it is a very rich City here at Nueva Ecija and there a lot of place that you can go like here there have a Mall than other city there. It’s a little beat of mall there.

Once you move to Cabanatuan City, you should know the norms; there are a lot of tricycles as a mode of public transportation, most people prefer riding to walking; longganisa and adobo are some of the famous foods we have because of the incredible taste. We live simply but we are indeed happy.

Cristina, says: 2020

He should know where are the flood prone areas in our city since during rainy season the flood rises up to five feet due to improper drainage system. I suggest to reside in subdivisions that are well-elevated. Also, he should know how far is the subdivision in his workplace to estimate his travel time.

Our city is the most urbanized city in the province of Nueva Ecija. It has multiple malls, supermarkets, restaurants, resorts, training grounds, and training centers. The most known training ground is the Lakewood golf and country club. The second one is the Kalikid Shooting Range. For those who wants a good place to eat, there are multiple Korean and French restaurants in Kapitan Pepe.

Located in the heart of the rice granary of the Philippines, Cabanatuan City is a home to various delicacies. Longganisa, which is ground meat with garlic and spices wrapped in a special coating, is one of the most famous unique Cabanatueño delicacy. Cabanatuan is also widely known for having three-wheeled vehicles as its unique form of transportation. These vehicles are commonly called tricycles.

Raquel, says: 2020

Cabanatuan City is a place where you can find food stall everywhere. There are different food stalls where you can choose what you want to eat. From exotic foods like balut up to the specialized rice cakes like Biko and palitaw. Foreigners often visit us for them to taste our native delicacies.

Province of Nueva Ecija where Cabanatuan City is located, was known as the, “Rice Granary of the Philippines.” So then, people who wanted to move to our city may consider living behind rice fields or living with a farmland where they can breathe fresh air, plant fruits and vegetables in their backyards and most especially taste the well-known ‘longganisa’ of our province.

Samantha, says: 2020

Know our city (Cabanatuan) is very well known as the tricycle capital of the Philippines. It is called “tricycle capital of the Philippines” because in this whole country, we have the largest population of this transportation vehicle. Those who can’t afford to buy their own car are the ones who ride in this vehicle. In Manila there are taxis but in Cabanatuan we have tricycle.

Cabanatuan City is the Tricycle Capital of the Philippines. be aware that Corn Festival is famous here. In addition to this, General Luna was killed in this City, that is why it is historical. you can eat longganisa here, a famous delicacy.

Princess, says: 2020

Cabanatuan City is the financial center of our province, Nueva Ecija. It has all the facilities are necessary for the everyday lives of people. It is also known for being the tricycle capital of the Philippines. The weather here ranges from warm to hot which can be felt strongly during March until June.

Sophia, says: 2020

Cabanatuan City is near schools and businesses. It also called the Tricycle Capital of the Philippines. Many dealers also preferred here; It may be small but the advantages is limitless. For some schools, they also providing scholarships and free tuitions for the students. Dorms near the universities are open for the students.

there are few malls that could help you entertain, there are many villages that are quiet and peaceful There are churches that are enormous to visit and lots of parks can be visited. you could take long walks in the afternoon to breathe fresh air outside and has a good ambiance.

Christeane, says: 2020

Our city is considered the Tricycle Capital of the Philippines. Tricycle is our primary mode of transportation. Different malls are also within the city such as SM Cabanatuan City, SM Megacenter, Robinsons Mall, N. E. Pacific Mall, and Waltermart. There are also different subdivisions within the city such as Camella Homes, BellaVita, and Lumina Homes.

Juliana, says: 2020

Anyone who plans to move to my city should know it is a 1st class city in the province of Nueva Ecija. It is also the largest city in the region. Cabanatuan is the site of Cabanatuan Cathedral, where General Antonio Luna was assassinated.

Cabanatuan City is a city field with students dreaming of being professionals; they came from different municipalities circling the city. At first, I found it noisy because of traffic, but little by little, I learnt to love this city because of the beauty it secretly possesses. That’s why if you happen to move here, give it a chance to prove how beautiful it is.

Cabanatuan city is the first class city of the province of Nueva Ecija. Farming is one of the source of income of Cabanatueños. The City is highly urbanized and known as the tricycle capital of the region due to its high number of tricycle. The well known delicacy in Cabanatuan City is called batutay.

Jonnabel, says: 2020

People are very hospitable, friendly and outgoing. You should also try our very own exotic food which is the “Ginataang Salagubang”. Aside from that dish, you can also try adobo, and the famous “Day-old” street food. Go to church, malls, or try some recreational activities with some Cabanatuaños.

Yielde, says: 2020

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