Living in Santa Cruz, Philippines:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Santa Cruz, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked four people living in Santa Cruz 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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Santa Cruz is a rural town in the province of Laguna. It is home to many tourist attractions such as the monument of Jose Rizal, the Laguna Sports Complex, the renowned Capitol of Laguna, and the very pleasant site of Laguna de Bay. different kinds of people live together who always smiles. In this place thrives peace and harmony and is a symbol for the persistent ancestors of the Filipino people preserving the national culture of the country.

Princess, says: 2020

For someone moving here, the first thing that person should know is that, the place is not a highly urbanized area. Generally, people here are still somewhat traditional where almost everybody knows almost everyone. This is actually a great place if you prefer a much quieter lifestyle compared to a typical metropolitan one.

I would like him to know Santa Cruz is a humble town. It is the heart of the province since it lies in the middle of Laguna. Moreso, it is classified as a first-class municipality and has been known for being the center of commerce especially for far-fetched areas. It may not be as progressive compared to neighboring towns, but Santa Cruz will let you have a taste of both urban and rural lives.

Cristina, says: 2020

If someone is considering to move in our city they should know that our place is safe, the people are friendly, hospitable and trustworthy. Also I’m proudly says that in our city people are hardworking and helpful there are place where they can go to relax and they can enjoy different activities that will help them to grow.

Florence, says: 2020

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