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

12 local experts

If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Tanauan City, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked 12 people living in Tanauan 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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12 comments on “Tanauan City”

Tanauan City is the cleanest city I have ever known in the province. The person live here is always respect their elders and the person here is so helpful. They always consider the feelings of someone. They are a religious. They prioritize the health of their family. that from now on they only stay in their house.

Abigael, says: 2020

One of the things this person should know is that all of the people are generous, all of them shows a lovely smile, and the most valuable thing for us is how colorful our city was especially when we celebrate annually our city of colors festival, aside from it we also share a lot of goodvibes and laughter.

Tanauan City, in Batangas province, is in the south of Luzon. It is only two-hour drive away from Metro Manila so it’s location is very convenient. It is a simple place where you can relax and enjoy the beauty of mother nature but at the same time, still enjoy the vibe of the city.

Tanauan city is a small city in batangas. Tanauan city changes a lot. From small crowded wet market, our city has now a mall where people usually go to buy their needs and wants. staying in our city is convenient because all the necessities you needs in your daily lives is available in the nearest market in tanauan city. And the people is very hospitable and kind, you can ask for help if you needed it or when you are lost, they can help you to find your destination.

Arnelyn, says: 2020

Tanauan City is the City of Colors where our streets are painted with colors that are very refreshing to the eyes of the city-dwellers and other people who visit. The Parade of Lights that takes place in December is an event where many government and private establishments take part and display their creativity; it is something to look forward to! The residents are very welcoming to those who visit the locality.

Michaela, says: 2020

Our city is the City of Lights of our country, Philippines. We also have a lot of great local products like balisong, fruits like coconuts, pineapples, rambutans, bananas, and more. Our city is one of the best cities in our province. And we also have a lot of beautiful scenery you can discover.

Tanauan City is a safe and free City. We have a nice Public Market and restaurants. People in the City are cheerful and friendly. We always smile and take our problems seriously but with positive mind. There are mini malls perfect for leisure activities. Happy people are everywhere.

Rubymine, says: 2020

Our city is the City of Colors, owing to its vibrance and the diversity of the people in it. The community residing in our city is almost like a family, where everyone supports one another and believes in everyone’s potentials. moving here will certainly provide a great experience.

Tanauan City is famous from our glutinous rice and it is called “Sumang magkayakap”. You can also check out the famous Taal Volcano which is just an hour from the city. You’ll be mesmerized by the nature around our town.

Fatima, says: 2020

Tanauan’s location is accessible to essential places like the public market, hospitals, malls, and recreational parks. The people there are known for their hospitality. Also, the city have tourist spots like the Apolinario Mabini museum, the Maria Paz Eco Park, the Taal Lake, where you can see the Taal volcano, and more. The utilities expense is very reasonable. You will find that staying at Tanauan City is very comfortable.

Tanauan City is called “The City of Colors.” The population is 173,000. There is no cultural life whatsoever, but shopping is passable. Scenic Taal Volcano is partially within the town boundaries. It’s pretty, when it’s not erupting, which it did earlier this year.

Danica, says: 2020

Pack clothes without sleeves as it is usually hot in here even if it’s rainy season. People here are known to be hospitable so there’s no need to worry. Black coffee is also our pride here, you’ll surely be a morning person after tasting one. as I have said, temperature is kind of humid so better bring sunscreen with you.

Khairiah, says: 2020

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