Living in Koronadal 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 Koronadal City, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked nine people living in Koronadal 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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I would have to introduce my city, a peaceful, safe and in order. The green environment is highly appreciated by everyone who has been here already. nice to invite a place like my city because it gives comfort and very amazing place. Just like with other people who wanted to live a place like this.

Koronadal is a developing city that is why one should not expect it to be as fast-paced as other big cities like Manila. Although it does not own buildings as tall as the leading cities, its greenery is by far the best a person could ever see. One must also learn Hiligaynon, the language of Ilonggos to blend in better.

City of Koronadal is one of the most busiest city in Region 12. Every corner is filled with tricycles and downtowns which are used for transportation. Even our city is crowded but still, it is a happy place for every one of us is helping each other. The neighbors are really great and kind. We can just stop by any restaurant which cooks very delicious homemade food.

The City of Koronadal where I live is a relatively peaceful and convenient place. It is a small city so you will not easily get lost in it. However, if you prefer a place where you could travel to interesting places it doesn’t have that. Because it is a small city there aren’t a lot of leisurely places you could go to. If you would like to live in such a place be prepared to live a suburban lifestyle.

Koronadal City, known as the “Crown City of the South”, is at the heart of South Cotabato. Every 18th of July, the people of South Cotabato celebrate its T’nalak Festival with excitement and grand fireworks display. Most people are Ilonggos, Cebuanos, Ilocanos and other Indigenous People such as T’boli and B’laan Tribe.

Xandra, says: 2020

Koronadal City, known as “The Crown City of the South” is at the heart of South Cotabato. There are four major dialects in the city; first is Hiligaynon which is spoken by Ilonggos, second is Bisaya which is spoken by Cebuanos, third is Ilocano which is spoken by Ilocos and fourth is B’laan spoken by the tribes of the region.

Joshua, says: 2020

All she/he needs to know is that my city has a very hospitable community and eco-friendly surrounding. Peace is seen in any part of the city. Despite the rumors that spread across the world about our city stating that it is such a horrible area, we are still proving to them that those rumors is only a rumor.

When moving to our city, you should know that we use tricycles as public transportation. Since the city is not so big, you can arrive at every public place in just one ride. Koronadale├▒os are very hospitable and friendly.

Benedict, says: 2020

Koronadal is a fascinating place to visit, with a wonderfully rich culture and history. Located amidst a wide expanse of agricultural fields coupled with its proximity to the markets of General Santos City and neighboring towns, this city is an ideal location for businesses ranging from small to large enterprises.

Deanne, says: 2020

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