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Living in Polomolok, Philippines:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Polomolok, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked three people living in Polomolok 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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Polomolok takes pride in upholding a Child-Friendly community. It makes sure that each child is attended by an amiable member of the medical team whenever one needs medical attention. It also promotes education by making sure its community helpers monitor the enrollment of our children. This city also supports the value of a well-rounded family by conducting seminars that deal mostly with values development, moral recovery, and spiritual enlightenment.

If ever someone is considering to move on our city/municipality the only thing that I could show off is that, it is very bountiful. A lot of people tend to visit this place since they are able to see a new world of calmness and enjoyment. Also, when people heard about Polomolok they are enrage by that this place is home for a lot of talented individuals and working opportunities.

Angela, says: 2020

When choosing the right house, the land in which it was built should be considered because the climate in Polomolok city is often damp and humid which may cause the foundations to collapse especially in rainy seasons between June and October. One thing to also remember is the availability of some fruits in the area, although the city is thriving in pineapples and mangoes, winter fruits such as pears and strawberries are hard to come by. If you are a fan of these fruity treats you may found yourself disappointed in the city’s vegetable and fruit varieties.

Jerome, says: 2020

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