Living in Mabalacat 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 Mabalacat City, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked 17 people living in Mabalacat 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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In the Philippines it’s fun here, there are a lot of fun things to to do and enjoy here. The people are also nice and kind in every way. We also have a good food that you can enjoy eating because of the unique taste. We have a lot of beautiful beaches that you can go to in case you want to take a vacation.

I am from the city of Mabalacat and there are plenty of places to visit here one of which is the Nayong Pilipino in the Clark Freeport Zone. one can see and explore the wonders of Filipino cultures. Our city is also welcoming to those who come to our place and we also celebrate festivals such as Caragan Festival to show and commemorate the colorful culture we have in Pampanga.

Leslie, says: 2020

When moving to a new city know about the expenses you may encounter with in your new city. It should include a detailed list of the household commodities. Housing costs. Know your neighborhood. The quality of life. It is important to know about the details or information in that city.

For someone moving here, let it be known that we have the most delectable food in Pampanga, Philippines. We have variations from Korean Food to local food, whichever you pick, you will be very much satisfied. We serve food generously and we will be sure that you will go home very pleased.

The city is very beautiful. The houses are very colorful and clean. There are lots of activities you can do in the park. The people there are kind and friendly that you can approach them anytime. They are willing to help you when you are in need. If you need to buy basic necessities it is very convenient because the stores are open 24 hours.

Janice, says: 2020

Moving in our city is a great experience because it is continuously getting better. The government provides all the needs of the communities. And the great fact is that Filipinos in Mabalacat City are hospitable, they are welcoming foreigners open arms and open hearts. When there’s an occasion, people always cook delicious foods to impress their neighbors.

Gerrha, says: 2020

Mabalacat City is one of the most visited cities in Pampanga. People are hospitable. You can find many jobs here. You can also see the different tourist spots here. The Clark International Airport, and the numerous hotels, casinos, golf courses, and resorts in Clark Freeport, are mostly in Mabalacat City.

Shanille, says: 2020

Living expenses may include a hefty amount for transportation since commuting may be hard but accommodations are nearby such as markets, gas stations and other retail stores. Even though expenses may be high, convenience is a component of our city, and is known for great food as well.

Jaziel, says: 2020

One thing that our city have is there are more buildings for call center agents and urbanized to the point that all the malls and stores are near to each other. if you consider moving to our city, you are very lucky because of many commercial buildings and urbanized area.

Cristina, says: 2020

Someone should considered traffic in the city even early in the morning. There some different terminals of transportation for going to different places. Even though the city is small there are different routes and highways to traverse the city by any means such as by walking, driving, and riding a jeep anywhere you go.

Johann, says: 2020

Mabalacat City has a lot of waterfalls that is very relaxing for people who loves vacation. When festivals comes there are a people with awesome costumes that will make your eyes pop up. There are a lot of foods that will make you wanna forget you are on a diet.

Edrian, says: 2020

Mabalacat City is an area where you could start anew easily. The marketplace is one ride away. There are clinics and hospitals nearby which is very essential. Most importantly, the cost of living is so much cheaper that you can start saving up for you and your family’s future. Mabalacat City is one of the cities in Pampanga you could consider moving to.

Kathleen, says: 2020

In Mabalacat City, we Kapampangan celebrates Caravan Festival every February. It’s a week of celebration where we showcase are talents and compete to other barangays. Unang hirit, a morning show in TV 7 is the first channel to feature our yearly celebration. We also have street dance, where students from different schools in Mabalacat dance in the the street.

Simone, says: 2020

Before moving in to our city, one should consider the cost of living such as rent cost and food prices. It would also be a great idea to learn about the city’s history and culture. This will help you to connect with the local people more easily and find interesting places to visit.

My city, though small, is a great neighborhood because it is found in a strategic place where peace and progress are present. It is near an economic zone from where you can secure a good opportunity for a great career and at the same time it is also a rural area where you can enjoy nature and the simplicity of what life has to offer. Overall, it is ideal for raising a family.

Laarni, says: 2020

Our city is a quiet place to live in. You can feel the fresh air especially during mornings. It is also near the Clark so, there are a lot of fun places that you can visit. Some of which are the bicentennial park, splash island water park and so much more. There are also different food chains here like Mcdonald’s, Jollibee and KFC. You would definitely enjoy our city!

Cristensen, says: 2020

Any person who is considers moving to our city should know how the transportation flow within the community as well as known landmarks in the area in case he is lost. In addition, he or she should be aware of the primary commercial institutions such as markets, banks, churches, schools and other business sites for his or her personal or commercial needs.

Carolyn, says: 2020

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