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Living in Tabaco City, Philippines:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Tabaco City, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked six people living in Tabaco City 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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6 comments on “Tabaco City”

You should move to our city because we are generous, we have exotic foods to taste, lots of festivals to see, our city is clean and friendly. We have other places that are unexplored so come and see and move to the City of Tabaco.

Janel Alim, says: 2023

If you were to move in Tabaco City, then you would be fascinated in the various attractions that it has here. The St. John the Baptist Parish is located at the heart of the city which was recognized by the Philippine Government as a national heritage site. Adjacent to the same lies the Tabaco City Plaza which is filled with wonderful attractions. Also, Tabaco City is known for having a safe and friendly community.

Someone who would want to move to our city should know it may not be the very pleasant and clean kind of city you want to move to, but people are very hospitable and loving that’s why our city is called “City of Love”.

It should be considered that my city is unlike other cities. It would seem that it is not advance unlike other metropolitan areas but I’d have you know, the estates, buildings and attractions could be comparable enough to other highly technological cities. Traditionalist is the word that I would describe with the people so it wouldn’t be a surprise if our city is too.

Benedicto, says: 2020

Tabaco City is at Albay, Bicol. It is one of the cities in Bicol that is most visited. Tabaco is the city of Tabak which commemorates the epic story of our own land. They can also found here the famous abaka that are talked about of all people who lives here because of its natural material.

The cost of living here is low. Housing, transportation, food prices and gas prices are cheap here. Unfortunately, the weather here is too hot if you are not used to temperature like this high.

Dominic, says: 2020

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