Living in Malasiqui, Philippines:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Malasiqui, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked five people living in Malasiqui 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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The city of Malasiqui is known for its mango fruits and the famous Malunggay which they called it “Miracle Plant” because of its nutritional and medicinal uses. Moreover, If you are a coffee lover, We have the Moment’s Page Cafe as it is a very nice hideaway with your partner or friends and off course having to taste their best selling Milo Dino paired with a yummy Belgian waffle.

Adrian, says: 2020

I am currently residing at Malasiqui, Pangasinan. it’s not the best city when it comes to the economic status or improvement, to the products or services that you wish to see and experience, but I am so proud of it as my home town because this is where I learned everything, the skills, knowledge, learnings and experience into which I am proud of.

Camila, says: 2020

Someone moving to Malasiqui should know a little about my culture and how we live the way we live. know the individual differences among the people around him or her. learn how to manage to survive in many ways.

Michael, says: 2020

our city is still developing and that major establishments may not be available. Even so, the basic goods and services are available with establishments that offer fun activities. There are also available vast lands that can be bought and that the people are actually nice and very welcoming.

Marinor, says: 2020

If one moves here, he must learn that the available public transportations are tricycles and jeepneys. There is one grocery store in town, so it is expected that the queues during market day are very long. Nonetheless, the people very approachable and friendly which gives one a sense of belongingness in this small city.

Margie, says: 2020

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