Living in Capas, Philippines:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Capas, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked six people living in Capas 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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Living in my city is very convenient and comfortable! However, you need to have a stable job and a reliable income; since the cost of living Tarlac, is quite expensive. Also, please consider bringing thin and comfortable clothes, as the weather here is quite humid at times.

Virginia, says: 2020

it is in Capas is where Sta. Juliana is located where the gate of Mt. Pinatubo is. Capas is the place where New Clark City is and where the 30th SEA games was held on November 2019. Capas is also known for Capas Shrine where World War II Filipino victims were buried.

Tahara, says: 2020

Consider the enormous amount of traffic before moving here. Also consider the large range of living experiences; one can feel the life of a rural living in one side while total urban life on the other. One should consider cultural differences, as the area is a melting pot where people of different cultures and traditions reside together.

Dominic, says: 2020

To those who want to move to our city which is Capas, you guys should know our Mayor is so strict. He was known for being a disciplinarian so all people in our city are expecting a harsh punishment from him once they broke the law. Everyone should follow the law so no one will experience his anger.

Florence, says: 2020

The climate is really nice where it is mostly fair weathered all throughout the year. Second, the culture is great not to mention the cuisines of the native kapampangans living there. Third, you have access to everything you need and transportation is not a hassle.

Capas, Tarlac, is known for its delicious delicacies like rice cakes and native food. It is also known for its rich countryside that is home to corn and rice crops. Since Capas, Tarlac, is near Pampanga, food influence and local dialect is mainly Kapampangan. Capas, Tarlac, is an ideal mix of city and provincial life.

Harold, says: 2020

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