Living in Subic, Philippines:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Subic, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked five people living in Subic 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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Subic is the name of my town. It is in the province of Zambales where beautiful beaches and hospitable people abound. Subic is called Zambales’ gateway because it is the first town when you enter the province. We have the world’s sweetest mangoes.

Andrea, says: 2020

Subic is a tourist destination in the Philippines. It has many beautiful resorts for both tourists and locals to visit and enjoy. It has many restaurants and malls you can enjoy. There is also a duty free shopping where you can find 100s of imported goods from around the world. A place that families can live and thrive in.

Tristan, says: 2020

Subic is one of the places to visit in the Philippines because it is known for its beautiful beaches. Anyone who wants to live here will enjoy the culture and the people. You will never get bored staying here because there are many tourist spots you can visit and it is the perfect place for relaxation.

Subic is my hometown. It has became one of the fast progressing towns in Zambales. Unlike the old times, Subic has now become economically stable where different businesses have risen and built. Visit also our resorts and hotels. SubikeƱos are very accomodating.

Sophia, says: 2020

If you’re moving to Subic, know it is the Summer Capital of Zambales. You can plunge in the crystal water of famous beaches surrounding it. No wonder many tourists visit Subic because of its alluring Tourist spots. If you ever consider moving to this city, prepare yourself to be amazed.

Richard, says: 2020

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