Living in Candelaria, Philippines:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Candelaria, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked seven people living in Candelaria 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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One moving here is that the people there are very nice. He/She should also know the different sites where people love to go because of the delicious street food. Also, if he or she loves going to remote places, our city has remote places where he or she can enjoy God – made nature.

Gimelle, says: 2020

Candelaria is much known to its hospitable citizens. All of the people always have each other’s back when someone’s in need. There are a lot of fun recreational activities that you can do like hiking, swimming etc. And also in term of tourist spot, our place will make you overwhelmed to all beautiful sites that we can offer.

If you’re moving here, I guarantee that you will be delighted on how good the scenery is and how good the food tastes here. I swear, you will never want to go back to your old city once you experience living here. Since we’re close to the mountains and there are a lot of trees, the air is really fresh here. There are also a lot of restaurants to choose from.

The city I lived is a rural area although there were more factories and businesses rising, it still has the feel of ease and unburdened to traffic and other noises present in a highly urbanized cities. The people were welcoming and kind enough to bring you a meal once they spotted you moving-in in the neighborhood.

Bridgette, says: 2020

Candelaria showcases different unique cultures. This is a very proud origin of the known Candle Festival for its name Candelaria have came from the root word “candle”. This was placed in the foot of majestic Mount Banahaw in the province of Quezon. This municipality/city has been categorised as Dessicated Coconut Capital of the World.

Conelisa, says: 2020

Our city is two (2) hours from Metro Manila which is our country’s capital city. It is easily accessible by land thru various modes of public transportation. Peace and order is well maintained in our city by our local authorities and local residents are cooperating as well. Although there are no large shopping malls within the area, there are plenty of stores where you can buy you necessities. Nevertheless, large shopping malls are about 30 (30) minutes away.

This city is full of friendly and nice people so it isn’t a problem if you didn’t knew anyone here. This is a place where you can relax and find peace after a busy city life. You’ll find yourself in love not just with the people but with the surroundings as you might have wished you moved here ahead of time.

Hannah, says: 2020

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