Living in Silang, Philippines:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Silang, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked 18 people living in Silang 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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Silang is a city full of subdivisions and residential houses. Many of Silang’s land is used by large residential companies in the Philippines like Suntrust, Avida and Ayala Land. In Silang is a large school called Adventist University of the Philippines, where many of the people in Silang attends. Silang is a family friendly city where everyone has a place to call home.

Noelle, says: 2020

A person moving to my city should consider the temperature. It tends to be cold during October to January, while the rest of the months is not. They should bring for all season clothes for almost all seasons because the weather here is very unpredictable.

The first thing that they should know is that they made the right decision moving in my city because people here are friendly and very hospitable. I also suggest that they should consider the climate, we do have very cold weather which is not suitable for people who have arthritis.

Nicole, says: 2020

If you are looking for a place which has a countryside vibes but is close to the city, Silang, Cavite, is for you. With it’s beautiful landscape and cool weather, you will surely enjoy living here. Not just that, the cost of living is very budget friendly. Most fruits and vegetables being sold in the supermarket are locally produced and you will have an easy access to malls and fast food restaurants.

Patrick, says: 2020

Silang is so wonderful. Friendly neighbourhood, fresh air and you can also find the best dishes in the country. my city has a beautiful story to tell because of its history. It is one of the oldest city in the Philippines. It’s where the one of the oldest church is located.

Gladys, says: 2020

I’m from Silang, where you can find it in the upland part of Cavite. It is near to Tagaytay City, one of the tourist spots in the Philippines. Many tourists visiting this place because it is near the Taal Volcano. Because of the tourist destination here, people can relax and enjoy the view.

Krisha, says: 2020

Silang, Cavite, is the last municipality before Tagaytay. Silang is said to be the boundary between Cavite and Tagaytay proper. Living in this high area of the region, one can expect that the climate in the area is much colder than of the other regions of Cavite, and mode of transportation is no longer a big deal for commuters, because of highly developed roads and main highways.

Francis, says: 2020

I’ll let them know that living here is really a good decision to make because you can find mostly anything in this city. There are lot of restaurants in this city. Utility building are found on every barangay. The cost of living here is not that high. You can live here with just some money. You can earn decent amount of money here if you just work hard.

Louisse, says: 2020

Even though our city can be viewed as a small town, we’re pretty much far from the capital. There’s lesser congestion and you can enjoy the fresh summer air while traveling on the road.

When someone moves here he/she should be kind to other people to get along with them, and know how to budget his/her money because the price of any necessities there is expensive. He/She should not interfere with people’s businesses, be considerate and clean after their mess.

Silang is a town in CALABARZON, Region 4-A, specifically in Cavite Province. It is a first class municipality with 213,490 population (census 2010). It is the home of Nuestra Senora de Candelaria, a national cultural treasure in Cavite. The place is also the home for Sumilang Festival, a feast for bountiful harvest.

Silang has a cool, and comfortable climate. Silang, like most of the towns in the province of Cavite, depends on a mainly agricultural economy. Silang Public Market is a one-stop destination to get the best of Cavite’s primary produce like pineapple, coconut, coffee, and vinegar. Silang is in the eastern section of Cavite.

Kristine, says: 2020

In moving here you should consider the following: your basic necessities, housing cost, employment market, neighborhood, quality of life, cost of living, crime rates, weather, education, and market. Being away from your relatives and friends is a thing to consider also, but always put in mind that being alone is way different from being lonely.

Eliyash, says: 2020

If you’re someone from a city with limited supply of fresh fruits, then Silang is a must-see place. In Silang you will find the sweetest pineapples. With all its freshly harvested fruits, you’d be able to taste and appreciate it. Even for someone who doesn’t like fruits, in Silang you will find something that your tongue would agree on.

Princess, says: 2020

The things that someone should consider if their moving in our city is the following. The clean environment and fresh air since it’s a rural area. Friendly neighborhood. And especially their own method of transportation since most of the vehicles are for public transportation and it’s hard to go to one place to another without them.

Princes, says: 2020

Silang is a town near Tagaytay, a tourist spot in Cavite. Living in Silang is like living in a city since we have our own commercial establishment such as Acienda where you can buy branded clothes, bags and shoes. Gone are the days where Silang looks like a rural area.

Aladin, says: 2020

The city where I currently live is a suburb area, located nearby Tagaytay. It is somehow cold here and there are plenty of fruits everywhere. You can plant your own or buy it at a cheap price. Also, our city is abundant with good people and good places for you to relax.

Anyone moving into my city must first realize that it is actually a rural place. Simplicity and ease of living are normally what one would sense from his or her surroundings while staying here. The scenery of green and untouched nature are normally abundant, and one would usually forget the hustle and bustle way of life which is prevalent in modern cities.

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