Living in Naic, Philippines:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Naic, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked six people living in Naic 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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Our city has a peaceful ambience perfect for the people like you seeking peace of mind and restarting new chapter of your journey in life. Stress will slowly fade away as you decide to reside in my city. There are many lowkey yet great opportunities, like establishing a business or maybe searching for a new job as you enter the next chapter of life.

Maximino, says: 2020

The city is progressing fast. Establishments, factories and the likes are being built. The population is also growing rapidly due to the mass relocation in the past few years. The government plans to transform this city into a techno city, that will provide a lot of of opportunities in the near future.

Meighan, says: 2020

People speak on the top of their lungs always. You may find them angry or mad, but that is the normal way on how we speak in our city. People are hospitable and will welcome you come to their home.

Christopher, says: 2020

Our city isn’t particularly rich but it does have its history. This is where the Casa Hacienda de Naic is. This place is where the first election of the Philippines to elect the first president who is Emilio Aguinaldo. This is also where the Naic Military Agreement was made which was signed by many Filipinos against the Spaniards during the time of war.

The city is developing quickly. All major transportation are available. The businesses are running good and making money. People are very warm and friendly and are very easy to do deal with. The city will most likely be one of the top cities in the country within the next 10 years or so.

Madellaine, says: 2020

this city is small but it is also peaceful. It is between a province and a city where people know everyone and they like to be friends with everybody. My city has many places to visit and beaches to go to. People also are very humbling and hospitable.

Mariel, says: 2020

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