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

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Kidapawan City, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked 11 people living in Kidapawan 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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Our city is known as a the city of fruits and highland springs. There are lots of extravagant tourist spots here such as waterfalls, hot springs and cold springs. People in this place are very hospitable and kind. nothing in this place is polluted since the citizens are very responsible.

Brigitte, says: 2020

Our City is known for its Highland Springs because of its main tourist attraction which we called The Lake Agco that is at the foot of the Mount Apo which is literally the name of a volcano. Many tourist including locals amaze by that they experience to be at the foot of the volcano which you can see the hot boiling water being emerge and the smoke coming out from it and that you can cook a boiling egg from it or noodles just by its natural being.

Richan, says: 2020

It is a small city known for its fruits and highland springs. Kidapawan city, at first glance, might seem far from what an ideal city looks like. It is small and still maintains its rural charm. When you pass by the city, what you see along the road is nothing that remarkable. It’s more of a suburban area with just a few more establishments than normal. If you’re expecting the usual city fun, you’ll be disappointed. Instead, what you’ll see is the same tight knit community in rural Philippines with just a bit more of an urban backdrop.

My city is at the foot of the mountain which considered the highest mountain in the Philippines. It has a cool environment and fresh water source compare to other places. For me, this place is a suitable place because of its land area. Try to visit this so you will discover its beautiful scenery.

To someone moving here, which is Kidapawan City, must know that this place is a bit cold and very nice The air is fresh so it will be very calming to the nerves. This City is not so big, but it is comfortable and it has everything you need for a simple living.

Katrina, says: 2020

Kidapawan City was dubbed as the city of fruits and highland springs. Annually, the city celebrates its harvest through a month-long fiesta called Timpupo festival. The said celebration showcases the diverse fruits and honors local farmers for their hard work. For the record, residents participated at the largest cha-cha dance performance written at the Guinness Book of World Record last 2016.

If you plan on moving to Kidapawan City, know it is the city of highland springs and fruits. You have to make time to visit springs in this city and to taste the native fruits growing in this land. it is a home to Cebuanos and Ilonggos, both considered approachable inhabitants of the city.

Nelson, says: 2020

For anyone moving to Kidapawan City, you must know that the technology here is not the most advanced, because of some issues within the country’s distribution of tax money. But, advantages are, one; Rural areas cover most of the city, more trees, fresh air. Two; Locals and visitors say water from Kidapawan City is the best they have ever tasted.

Kidapawan City is known as the City of Fruits and highland spring. It is located at the foot of the tallest mountain in the Philippines, Mt. Apo. People in the city are very hospitable and accepting. Moving in our city would be a great idea because there are many competitive businesses you can invest in.

Kendra, says: 2020

Our City is one of the best Cities in the Philippines because the people that lived here are kind, respectful, and they are friendly towards one another. Kidapawan City also known for being safe and resilient to everything. It also has the most abundant when it comes to fruits and vegetables.

Reinalyn, says: 2020

If someone is moving to our city, he/she need to adopt the language and also how to communicate people but first they need to check the quality of the life that they will encounter of that City, but the moving person need to cost for his/her living of our City.

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