Living in San Carlos City, Philippines:
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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit San Carlos City, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked ten people living in San Carlos City 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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San Carlos City is best known for its Mango-bamboo Festival. The city produces the best quality mangoes which are exported to different places. The city also produces export-quality bamboo crafts such as the “bahay kubo” which is perfect for resting. San Carlenians are also tagged to be “Amputi Layag” since they fearlessly fought during the Spanish occupation.

San Carlos is one of the biggest city that produces mango and bamboo products. It is a place considered to be one of the safest to live in as crime rates are very low and people are always hospitable and kind to one another. The city has continuously developing in terms of its economic growth and businesses and investors are constantly growing. Aside from this, the city is rich in its agriculture despite the industrial development.

Miguel, says: 2020

San Carlos City is of the cleanest City of Pangasinan. There are a lot of hospitable and generous people. They are hardworking and the most common product that can be purchase there are mostly handicrafts. Handicraft making is the main source of income in San Carlos. There are a lot of good products that can be found there like corn, wheat and different vegetable also because the primary work there is farming.

Marjorie, says: 2020

Anyone moving to the city of San Carlos, Pangasinan should consider the weather. The temperature in this city tends to range from 24 to 33 degrees Celsius. If you are not used to such warm weather, you may want to reconsider moving to this city, as the heat can be physically draining. staying hydrated, applying sunscreen, and taking other precautions are extremely important when living in such a warm city.

Josiah, says: 2020

Our city is known for being safe a place, where you can enjoy roaming around even at night because policemen are patrolling in every village. We also have two wet markets where you can buy fresh vegetables, fruits, meats and fishes. There are also many schools and malls around the city.

Arniebelle, says: 2020

San Carlos City, Pangasinan, is known for its Mango-Bamboo Festival. It is usually being celebrated on April for the whole week. The reason behind is that our city has vast mango plantation. Mangoes which can be found in our city are known to be one of the sweetest that you can find in the country. We also feature several bamboo products like nipa hut and furniture. The San Carlenians, as we are called, are very strong and friendly.

Nescee, says: 2020

San Carlos City is known for being one of the cities that has large crops of mango. Our city is also known for Mango-Bamboo festival which people love to celebrate annually. San Carlos is one of the rising cities in the province. Our place has famous tag line which is widely known in the province.

Harvey, says: 2020

By moving here is well convenient. Less traffic, not much pollution. There’s a lot of trees and green grass that you will enjoy fresh air. But sometime electric went off during rainy season. better to have a generator or a solar panel as a back up electric provider.

Aizalina, says: 2020

Our City is safer than any other city. We have lots of places that you hang on while having your vacation. You can also enjoy our different delicacies while enjoying your stay here. whenever you are thinking about what place should you hang on, don’t hesitate to visit our city.

Krisha, says: 2020

San Carlos is a very small city where you can travel the entire area while riding a motorcycle. All the places where you can buy the basic necessities are in on area only. There are churches, malls, wet market everywhere. You can also enjoy our local products such as mangoes, pineapples and some street foods. If moving in here, you have nothing to worry about because the locals are very welcoming.

Jonnabel, says: 2020

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