Living in Calauan, Philippines:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Calauan, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked four people living in Calauan 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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Calauan is a small municipality surrounded by developed cities and municipalities. If you are fond of eating out, you will have to travel at least 20 minutes to the next city or town. Calauan doesn’t give you a lot of choices. Calauan does have a supermarket and a pharmacy but they are small compared to San Pablo or Los Baños. If you are into small and quiet towns, Calauan may be a place for you. It is still peaceful and more country-like than the towns surrounded by it.

Sharity, says: 2020

Our city is not like any other cities who have mall, coffee shops, hotels and fancy apartments. All we have is a simple city and we are living a simple life. But here, I found happiness with my family. Even though I don’t have any luxuries here, at least I am at ease and happy with everything here.

Milgrace, says: 2020

If you want to breathe some fresh and enjoy the tropical fruits that only grow in the Philippines and enjoy the food that the local serves you may visit Calauan. It has scenic views like clean rivers, uphill while taking a ride on a bike and it’s accommodating and hospitable people.

Jesseca, says: 2020

Calauan has a lot to offer tourists and to those moving here. We have the freshest pineapple you’ve ever have and you can find here the Hacienda Macalauan where they make fresh milk from cows.

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