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Living in Sibulan, Philippines:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

eight local experts

If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Sibulan, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked eight people living in Sibulan 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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8 comments on “Sibulan”

The town where I live is a growing one. It has one of the ports on the province which people from the neighboring province. It is known to excel in any it enters. Progressive as it is, it stays humble to what it has reached, It is home to subdivisions and an up and coming hospital.

Ronald, says: 2020

In Sibulan, people almost know each other. Although this seems to be a bit of a nuisance as regards privacy, this provides security in that people can always help each other out. Further, the community is filled with talented and creative minds in which one can also exhibit his/her abilities. So, being in Sibulan not only gives people security but also a platform to grow and develop and professionally.

Christine, says: 2020

This is a city of gentle people. This is a very safe place. My place is just a 10-minute drive from the University area. We have lots of tourist destinations to boast. One of those is the Manjuyod white sand bar, which is an hour drive from the airport. You can see dolphin literally right at your feet.

Quennie, says: 2020

My city has lot of tourist attractions and beautiful destinations. Many people will enjoy the refreshing beaches, falls and the overlooking views of places. The environment is clean and free from any pollution. The people here are responsible and disciplined.

Ednalyn, says: 2020

this place is very peaceful and quiet. Everyone who came here for a visit or vacation have a lot of good things to say. Words may not be enough for me to describe all of the good things I see in this place. I never wanted to leave this place no matter what.

There are pedicabs and jeeps for transportation. The city is called, The City of Gentle People. It is very hot and humid, therefore people use slippers instead of shoes and sleeveless tops instead of sweaters. People are approachable and friendly, most of all, they are very hospitable.

Enrico, says: 2020

Our city is as the city of gentle people. Most people are very hospitable and accommodating. Not just that but also our city has the best delicacies and restaurants that offers you mesmerizing foods, we also have food that you can only try and eat here.

I’m from Sibulan and it has a lot of beautiful scenery here. When somebody moves here he or she expects to enjoy beautiful and peaceful lakes, good restaurants and very friendly people. The place is also really good for starting a new living since we also have good businesses and companies that can provide jobs and opportunities that will make him or her become a better person in the future.

Philip, says: 2020

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