Living in Taytay, Philippines:
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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Taytay, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked 29 people living in Taytay 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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Living in Taytay Rizal has a lot of benefits. Taytay is the garment capital of the country, therefore, there are a lot of business establishments in Taytay. Since Taytay is the garment capital, a lot of tourists and businessmen come here to check and see the Tiangge. Nevertheless, one will enjoy the time here shopping for clothes for its affordable prices.

Shalom, says: 2020

One of the things that a person must consider if they’re going to move to our city is that it’s where all possible establishments are located. From expensive boutiques, malls, fast food chains, recreational areas, and affordable garments shop, name it — we all have it here! We are all very known for being hospitable, and you can easily find a nice place.

Taytay, Rizal has multifarious tourist destinations to offer such as resorts, churches, parks, and malls. It showcases both rural and urban life since you may not only be in touch with nature, but also have a great access to various commodities. Most importantly, our city has a great neighborhood where everyone helps and cares for one another.

Our city is known for being the garment capital of the Philippines. It would really be lovely to visit our town to shop for clothes. You can buy clothing as cheap as a dollar with the maximum quality possible.

Carlos, says: 2020

Taytay is in the middle of countryside and the capital. You can experience the best of both worlds. You can enjoy the hustle and bustle of city life. You can also take a breather to relax in the calm and peaceful countryside. There are good opportunities for businesses since it is very accessible.

Marina, says: 2020

People in Taytay, one of the cities in Rizal, use garments as their main source of income. Additionally, Taytay is known for harboring numerous tailors. We also have a place called Taytay Tiangge where all the products made by the local tailors are exhibited and sold.

Ronnette, says: 2020

Taytay, though not yet considered a city, is on its way to becoming one. One can consider living here for its accessibility to almost all types of products, livelihood, and quality of living. Traffic is still terrible, as to most of all cities near here. The food is great, various activities abound and it is not that far from Metro Manila.

The major road that stretches the most part of my city is almost always having traffic jam in it that causes delay whenever one is travelling within it. As a word of precaution, it is best to always plan your travel if you’re travelling from the city or going to the city as it usually takes more time to do this.

Taytay is one of the municipalities in the province of Rizal. Our town is known for garments and woodwork where in fact it is called “Garments and Woodworks Capital of the Philippines”. There are a lot of places you can visit here. One of the famous places to visit is the “Taytay Tiangge” where you can find good quality of clothes with just a cheap price.

Taytay, Rizal, is the Garments Capital of the Philippines. If you wanted to buy an affordable and quality clothes in just 1,000 pesos you can buy an from top to bottom. You can also contact some sewers if you want to have an extra income and sell some of the trendy clothes they are selling. Affordable clothes ranges from 35 pesos up to 200 pesos only.

Taytay, Rizal, is a Manila suburb. Our town is known for being the garment capital of the Philippines. That title brings both positive and negative impacts here. On the positive note, lots of people from different parts of the country troop to our town to buy clothes and other garment-based products at a very affordable price. Most buyers are resellers who have businesses in downtown Manila. The drawback is that due to the large volume of people, sometimes traffic could be horrendous. And it’s also no joke to buy properties here as lot prices have already gone up compared to previous years. To wrap up, I would still recommend my town to people looking for a place that’s just near the metropolis where most go to work.

Angela, says: 2020

If you’re looking to move to an urban area that is filled with businesses and establishments and yet would still want to experience nature, then our place is the right place for you. Surely, there are a lot of buildings around the place from where I live in but the nature is still very much alive as there are still numerous green fields, hills and mountains that you can go to, to enjoy and refresh yourself.

Hannah, says: 2020

Our city bazaar has a lot to offer from cheap dresses and clothes to branded clothes all for not more than a P500.00. Also, sellers can give big discount if you’re going to get a minimum of five pieces per item.

Caitlyn, says: 2020

The beautiful city of Manila is just one of the best cities in the world. Aside from the amazing scenery the city can offer, its traditional mouthwatering foods are the best! Foreigners will surely love these exotic dishes. Not to mention, the people who reside in the city are the most hospitable creatures you’ll probably meet in your whole lifetime.

Jaymie, says: 2020

For someone moving here, you must know that heavy traffic is the main problem here. Patience is they key to survive in this city. Another thing is that, there are plenty of food stalls everywhere so you should have self-control in spending your money. You’ll be tempted to buy everything you see.

Ashley, says: 2020

Taytay is a place that there is a suburb part and city part. You can find the hustle and bustle of city life but you will feel the breeze of suburb with greeneries and mountains. There are a lot scenic sites to consider like mountains, falls, and along the bay travel. People who will consider moving to your city will be delighted and contented.

In Taytay, We have a tiangge, where people from other places visit it because of its lowest price compare to the other stores. Tiangge is a place where you can buy clothes. Because Taytay is the garments capital of the Philippines. With this type of business, many people can work here.

Jeanne, says: 2020

This city is already urbanized. We have both private and public schools almost at every district. There are also a number of hospitals. A wet market, grocery stores, and a mall can also be found in it. You can look for an apartment to rent or you can look for houses and lots you can either buy or rent. You will never have to look far to search for neighbors, if you want to socialize.

Before moving, it is very important to consider the heavy traffic in our city even in normal hours. Aside from that, our city has a lot to offer. Our city is greatly known for clothes-making. Despite traffic, people are still going and visiting our city just to buy our quality clothes at a very affordable price.

Momoko, says: 2020

Our city ‘Taytay’ is known as the “Garments Capital of the Philippines”, as clearly stated, this is where clothing’s, fabrics and garments mainly came from. The jobs you can commonly make here are selling sewing machines, clothes with different and unique styles and being a sewer. The popular resort or swimming place you want to come in is the “Club Manila East” where they give best quality of swimming experience and many delicious foods to eat.

Our city is the Tiangge capital of the Philippines, meaning there are lot of cheap items on sale. If someone wishes to purchase item and planning to resell those items, our place is the right place to go to. People who are buying in our tiangge and resell items earned much more.

As I reside in a tropical country, it gets really hot in summer. However, it also gets rainy on the other half of the year. Transportation is also an issue, my city is a city in the province. It will take about one to two hours to get to the Metro. Having a car will really help to avoid human congestion.

Our city, Taytay, is the garment capital of the Philippines and is also known for Woodworks capital of the Philippines. They can expect that people in our city are very talented and always welcomes guests warmly. They should expect a heavy traffic sometimes and a crowded market because our city is always visited because you can find cheap and high quality apparels.

Taytay is a fairly open city, but traffic can get quite severe. Getting to work can be difficult if you do not leave home early to avoid the rush of morning traffic. It can sometimes be difficult to find work in the immediate area because most jobs lie in Manila. However, living in Taytay can be a bit more relaxing, as it is not as cramped as most other cities in the Philippines.

Mariarose, says: 2020

The people in our city are very friendly and we always have warm smiles to offer. You will not feel out of place because we will welcome you with open arms. When it comes to accessibility, almost everything is just within your reach. We have several grocery stores, markets, a mall and the public transportation is available round the clock.

Janica, says: 2020

What is famous in our city is the textile business that is starting to get famous all over the country. We sell ready to wear clothes and raw materials such as fabrics, threads and everything else needed in dressmaking. Our city is considered the capital of textiling business. Our products are distributed all the country.

Rhealyn, says: 2020

When moving to my city, it is important to know the modes of transportation available because there are many different places to go to. For example, many tourists go to my city because it is considered the textile and clothing capital of the country. It is famous for its cheap but affordable clothing. The clothing industry is famous here because it provides the locals with their own sustainable businesses.

Rosalyn, says: 2020

Our town is situated between the province of Rizal and Pasig City. The largest public market, hospitals, clinics, city halls, parks, police departments, and churches are all accessible to you in minutes! Houses are all within reasonable prices. The streets are maintained. On top of these, our town has the lowest incidence of crime for the past ten years.

Mikaela, says: 2020

The town of Taytay, Rizal, is known as the Garment Capital of the Philippines. Many people visit Taytay to buy cheap clothes, and garments in our famous “tiangge” (bazaar). They practically go to the tiangge because the qualities of the clothes and garments there are similar to those of branded stuff that you can buy at the malls.

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