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Living in Marilao, Philippines:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

13 local experts

If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Marilao, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked 13 people living in Marilao 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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Marilao, Bulacan, caters to a wide array of industries ranging from poultry and farming, manufacturing companies, construction companies and more. Marilao is a beautiful municipality.

Clarence, says: 2020

Housing in my city is very cheap compared to metropolitan cities. The streets are fairly safe and children can play outside without fear of getting run over by any vehicle. There are also lots of trees in the area and the neighbors willingly give out fruits during the summer when fruits start bearing.

Chrissielyn, says: 2020

Our city is far more different for its scenery. The people support the clean and green drive of the government. We participated in planting trees and flowery plants in our backyards. Green environment is very attractive and provides fresh air. This city has also opened its doors to a lot of local businesses. This has attracted a lot of local investments that has contributed to its progress.

Our city had recently built a park for its people where anyone can go and have some picnic together with family and friends. They already opened it to public without entrance fee. People who went there said that the place was beautiful and there where many edible and botanical plants.

Marilao is known for a place buying Pasalubong that sells different delicacies and specialties. It also has a public university which is exclusive to Marilao residents only. The schools are known nationally because of its student’s winning different competitions. Marilao is also known for its cleanliness in the entire province.

Regina, says: 2020

Marilao, Bulacan, is only a 50-minute drive from the city. Although still far from modernization, basic needs such as food and water are very accessible in area. One of the benefits of staying in this place is being free from stressors like heavy traffic and pollution that we commonly experience from central cities.

Ericka, says: 2020

Marilao is one of the cleanest and most accessible cities. Nearby are modern establishments and numerous jobs. Modernization of the city doesn’t compromise the native and natural barrio life that Marilao has to offer.

Marilao, Bulacan, is the perfect place for a person who loves the idea of living in a province yet wants to be near the urbanized place of Manila. For only less than an hour, you will be in Manila especially when you are planning to work here. Marilao has numerous subdivisions to choose from and people here are easy to get along with.

Allain, says: 2020

Someone moving to Marilao should expect a happy living, because of the joyous and hospitable people who reside here. Our city is also prideful of the famous church “National Shrine of the Divine Mercy” that is a place for pilgrims during Holy Week. Our city also has it’s famous “Chicharon” it is a delicacy that is made of a dried pork skin that is deep fried to a crispy texture.

Michaela, says: 2020

Bulacan will soon be as busy as Manila. There is a huge Philippine Arena that accommodates plenty of people to hold an event. At present, construction of superhighways will connect South and North for easy access of transportation, neither of goods nor people. There will also be a train construction and a new airport. Marilao City will rise too, multi buildings and establishments are now rising to help the economy.

Estefanie, says: 2020

If you’re moving in Marilao, you’re doing a great choice. Aside from experiencing fresh air, you will also encounter a lot of nice people. There are various choices of food offered here. If you are fond of jewelries, this is the perfect place for you. Bulakenyos are known for their great talent in jewelry making.

Denise, says: 2020

I’m leaving in an urbanized city in the Philippines. Someone should consider traffic, population, and daily lifestyle there before moving. choose the place wisely before moving to the city. They can choose someplace that is not so highly urbanized so there are less traffic, population, and more healthy lifestyle.

Jemima, says: 2020

Marilao has a good mayor. We also have many commercial buildings here making it easy for someone to buy something whenever they need it. Although there are so many buildings, the farms and forests were preserved so the city has fresh air. There’s a public and private school which are really highly rated. Also, there are so many jobs.

Franciesca, says: 2020

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