Living in Plaridel, Philippines:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Plaridel, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked 12 people living in Plaridel 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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Plaridel is a nice quiet city. Anyone who wants to have accessibility to the main city but still needs that tranquility should consider my city. Everyone is also nice and welcoming here. All necessities are also available and within reach. We also have some tourist landmarks, amusement parks, malls, schools, cafes and restaurants.

Channy, says: 2020

The town of Plaridel, Bulacan, is one of the safest towns in the country. Additionally, flooding which is the usual problem at many towns in the province is unusual to happen in Plaridel due to that the town is at a higher land area compared to others.

Heavenly, says: 2020

moving here, Plaridel, is a very good thing. You must consider the people here, and our cuisine and special dessert, pastillas. Also, you must visit our famous historical church, the Plaridel Church or also known as “Parokya ni Santiago”. I would also like to recommend in considering the famous site here in Agnaya.

Plaridel is part of the province of Bulacan; it is not like those urban cities in Metro Manila. It is a small city that mostly only has essential and developing establishments surrounding it. Before moving to a city like this, one must first be assured of housing arrangements and job stability.

Plaridel is the city of your dreams. It has the majestic beauty of a pearl enclosed in a refined shell of rich history. Agricultural in background, Plaridel is a part of the ever-expanding sprawl that has been known for its diverse culture. It is also known for its wide variety of scrumptious cuisine influenced by the ethnic background surrounding it.

Claudine, says: 2020

For someone moving to Plaridel, one must know about the churches that stood through time and are still visited by 100s of locals on Sundays. One must also visit rural cities to appreciate the reflection of the blue sky on the lake, while a seemingly endless rice field across it blows with the gentle wind. one must have a smile on their face as they walk around the streets, for the people they see will be a part of their new family in Plaridel.

The St. James Parish is an old church here dating back from the Spanish colonial period. Also, the “Horse Festival” is famous in our place. Every tourist should experience this colorful and fun festival. It is celebrated every December in honor of the patron Saint James the Apostle.

Nicole, says: 2020

Plaridel is a simple and productive city. It gives you some opportunity for living. consider as one of the safest city to make living and not a crowded city. All residents here are very kind and hospitable. They keep the culture even if the technology is modernizing.

Glaize, says: 2020

Plaridel is a very friendly city. There were tons of good places to visit such as parks, restaurants and churches. The history of Plaridel were quite popular and historic, we have vintage churches and more. Plaridel residents are known for being creative, especially in celebrating fiestas. We tend to do a dance in the road, parades and many more.

My city has many things to offer like there are a lot of restaurants to choose from, a sports complex, an accessible market, parks and malls to visit when you want to shop or roam around. The people in my city are also hospitable and kind. Living in my city will make you feel like alive and at the same time at peace.

Consider its beauty, solace and neighborhood. The warm breeze of air will surely calm you down. The beauty of agriculture and nature that captivated the people will do the same to visitors. Our place is also famous for its delicacies like special cassava cake. The peace and the bond between the neighborhood will make you feel at home.

Myrriel, says: 2020

know how hospitable we are here. We have great and friendly people who will smile at you especially if they learned that you’re someone who’ve just moved in. we have great places and great unique foods you will surely enjoy. We also have great leaders that contribute to the wellness of the city.

Audrey, says: 2020

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