Living in San Antonio, Philippines:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit San Antonio, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked five people living in San Antonio 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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Someone who wants to move to our city should know it is the Rice Granary of the Philippines. He/She should also know that the primary livelihood of the people in our city is growing different crops. The city has a humid weather that is why it not recommended to wear long sleeves and pants daily.

Leemuel, says: 2020

If you decided to move to our city, I advise you to be ready for the extreme heat. You should also know that the staple food in our community is rice and corn. better be ready to increase your intakes of Carbohydrates. You should also be aware that our place is the Rice Granary of the Philippines.

moving in San Antonio, they must have enough money (not that much), although the cost of living here is very low. They must also consider the climate (weather condition). If they are not used to hot climate, then they may got a very hard time adapting to this kind of weather.

Rogelio, says: 2020

I would like them to consider a place like Minalungao National Park. It is such a protected area and a great place in the Philippines. There are lots of physical activities you can do in this place like riding a kayak, swimming, hiking, cliff diving, ziplining, bamboo rafting and more.

Meryll, says: 2020

Moving from one place to another can be considered as one of the difficult thing to do. However, if you will just try to open your eyes and appreciate the beauty of other places, you will be happy. For example, if you are considering to go to my city, you must know that it is the best place if you want to have rest. My city offers a serene atmosphere and some dose of fresh air.

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