Living in Concepcion, Philippines:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Concepcion, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked five people living in Concepcion 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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be familiarize with the things in here. Like being fluent to Filipino language rather the Tagalog. it depends on the place, in here, we use our native language, Kapampangan, to communicate to others. Other than that, he/she should be familiarize also to the cultures in here which again depends on the place that he/she wants to move.

Mharie, says: 2020

The City of Concepcion has a very clean and beautiful environment. All the people in there are very friendly and helpful. We have good and delicious foods in concepcion. We respect the elder people and respect any religion and what kind of nationality you have. The weather in concepcion is good also.

The municipality of Concepcion, Tarlac, is a mix of urban and rural living. It is still generally considered an agricultural town having vast farmlands. Development is fast-paced at the moment in this part of the country due to the ongoing development of a new city in the adjacent town of Capas.

Living in Concepcion, Tarlac, is one of the best decisions that a person can do. Our town is one of the peaceful municipality in the province. It is rich with history and culture wherein most residents are very proud of their roots. Concepcion, Tarlac plays a big role in Philippines History because it is a home of the famous hero who is Benigno Aquino.

Genevieve, says: 2020

If you want to live in a place where kind people stays, with sumptuous food and nice local government unit services with a hands on and very responsible mayor who made a remarkable change in town, come to Concepcion. “My home, my town, my Concepcion”. This tagline simply welcome you to a place where you can always call your home.

Margie, says: 2020

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