Living in Valencia, Philippines:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Valencia, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked four people living in Valencia 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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4 comments on “Valencia”

It is a small city but has everything that you need. Something you would be proud of because of the gentle people and very accommodating when it comes to helping people. This someone should know there are lots of delicacies and tourist spots where you shouldn’t miss out.

Evalyn, says: 2020

The people in my city are friendly. The spirit of being good neighbors is still alive, and people care about their neighbors here. It is still a growing city, so there are available properties, lots for sale, and apartments for rent. The air is not as polluted as other big cities. It is quite a small city, and for one who loves to travel and is used to grand and luxurious destinations, it may be a little disappointing.

Valencia is surrounded by springs and mountains. If you are fond of Mother Nature and love outdoor activities, this is a great place to settle. There are numerous spots to explore such as resorts, hot springs, hiking trails, and cafes that offer amazing views. The cool air is also a comfort and escape from the usual tropical heat of the Philippines.

Janjan, says: 2020

My city is amazing. It is known a “Little Baguio of the Philippines” because of it’s cold climate. The city is peaceful and quiet. The fauna and flora is still intact. People who lives here are very hospitable. It is also accessible both metro and forest. When you want to go to the metro it’s just 20 minutes ride and if you want to unwind to some tourist destination our city has variety of it.

Chayanne, says: 2020

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