Living in Sariaya, Philippines:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Sariaya, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked five people living in Sariaya 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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Our place still has some old practices that were still being done up to now. you might be careful, because the older people might find you having no respect to them. And also, our place is very abundant when it comes to natural resources. it is a good place if you want a peaceful life in the province.

Someone moving to Sariaya should know where the best beaches are! My town has a good amount of beaches and one of the best beaches among them is a beach called “Villa del Prado”. It is actually a resort that has a beach and a pool giving you the freedom to choose where to swim.

Catherine, says: 2020

Sariaya, Quezon has a view of Mount Banahaw that is the Holy Mountain because people believe that Jesus walked on that mountain. Our community is very hospitable. During festival, Pahiyas Festival, everyone is celebrating and accepting guests from different provinces. People love to watch the Pahiyas Festival, the beautiful designs of the houses and the parade where the ladies and gentlemen are wearing different costumes in celebration with the festival.

Ashley, says: 2020

Ancestral houses are the heart of this city. In this city, a bread called “pinagong” is the most famous delicacy. Although Sariaya is known for its heavy traffic because of the many intersections, walking vendors keeps the drivers cool-headed. Plus, this city is known for its smiling residence, for no matter how bad the day is; everyone in here is always friendly.

Sariaya is the third town in Quezon Province that can be reached by travelers from Manila driving along Maharlika highway. Sariaya is known for its black sand beach resorts that tourists and locals often visit during summer. As for delicacies, Sariaya is well-known for its Pinagong which is a kind of bread shaped like a turtle.

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