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Living in Mexico, Philippines:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

seven local experts

If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Mexico, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked seven people living in Mexico 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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People in our city speaks Kapampangan dialect. But 99% of the population can speak English. You need to jeepneys and tricycle to reach your destinations if you have no private vehicle. There is a heavy traffic every rush hour in some areas. Kapampangans are known to be the best cook in the Philippines.

Our municipality is located after the capital of the province. Agriculture is the primary source of income. Most people are Christians. Going to the city is not difficult because there are many modes of transportation available within the area. Our place is perfect if you prefer the countryside lifestyle.

You must consider the proximity of our area from the Capital. You save on taxes while enjoying the luxury of being just fives minutes from the business district. We also have a flourishing economy because of that. You will never worry because hospitals, schools, malls and markets are just a few minutes away.

Haydee, says: 2020

It is good to moved in my city because the place is not too much polluted. There are many beautiful places to visit like historical buildings and churches. My city is the culinary capital of the Philippines, so you can find delicious food here. It is also known for beautiful and colorful giant lanterns. Especially people are friendly and helpful. My city is one of the good place to stay for living in the Philippines.

If you’re moving here you will enjoy the place. It is between suburban and countryside setting. Our place has a lot to offer, we have malls just around the corner, well known residentials areas with first class amenities. We have lots of place to dine in and relax with. On the other side we have the countryside setting with the majestic view of Mt. Arayat and vast farmland.

Arianne, says: 2020

Mexico city in Pampanga, Philippines, is where I live. We are known as the Culinary Capital of the Philippines thus, our food’s quality is proven and tested. We also host the renowned Giant Lantern Festival in the country every Christmas season. We are known for our “kakanin” specialties which are desserts. I can guarantee that our place is very welcoming with good people and good food.

Hannah, says: 2020

A person who wishes to move to Mexico, Pampanga should realize that this rural place is a haven of peace and quiet reflection. Despite that it is near the city, the people here choose to live with their traditions, particularly religious traditions. In terms of daily living, they prefer simplicity over luxury. They value family and friendly relationships a lot.

Angela, says: 2020

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