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Best cities to live in the Philippines

He might be wrong about the people, but not the bombings.

List the bombings over the last ten years?

Seem to recall one more recently than that.

Hi. Please tell me more about Canal . Is it easy to get to grocery stores in the gyms this is what i will miss most from united states of days access to grocery stores and gyms and internet could you please come and i'll let my wife and i are interested in renting a 2 bedroom apartment for 2 bedroom house thanks craig currently we live in bohol

Please tell me something about your area i just arrived in the philippines to get married i'm staying in bohol i miss easy access to grocery stores general transportation and gyms to workout in i am 65 and my wife to ps 47

Hi,

It's is really a personal matter on which city you should settle in when moving to the philippines. For me Manila is the best as it allows me to conduct my business with as much ease as possible. Living in other cities wou'll feel a drawback when it comes to technology that we come to see as basic amenities like internet.
If you're looking for a job, do it before you arrive in the philippines. once you're hee you'll be on a tourist visa, not a working visa and it will make it harder for you to apply for a job. There are many jobs in development done by several NGOs that you can look for online, depending on your country of origin.

Best,

Could you tell me more.

tn101112 :

Puerto Princesa City, Palawan.  Best kept secret.  Happy to answer any questions you may have.

As for jobs, not sure what you want to do? 

***

Joe

How do three important factors compare to other parts of The Philippines?
1. Weather
2. Cost of Living and land/Property/Rental Prices
3. Safety and Security.

Thank you.

Something cold and near mountains-Baguio (strawberries)

If you're more on beautiful beaches. Cebu (mangoes, roasted pig, & dried fish!) and Palawan (have lots of cashew nuts) are the best! Cebu is more urban though.

Urban-rural - Davao City (delicious fruits too such as durian and marang)

Rural country side- Bukidnon (pineapples and fresh cow milk)

Dess73 :

Something cold and near mountains-Baguio (strawberries)

If you're more on beautiful beaches. Cebu (mangoes, roasted pig, & dried fish!) and Palawan (have lots of cashew nuts) are the best! Cebu is more urban though.

Urban-rural - Davao City (delicious fruits too such as durian and marang)

Rural country side- Bukidnon (pineapples and fresh cow milk)

For sure there are many-many great places to live here. We are about a two hour drive North of Manila and living a very rural area about 10km from Angeles City. Far enough to be out of the traffic and rush but still close enough to go the the malls and restaurants etc. We've been here almost 15 years now and still love the area. Just pays to explore a bit before settling into any given area.

I am not competing with any filipino. I will be working here because company required polish native speaker for OT project. My friend also works here because they couldn't find filipino for his position.

Hello,

Me and my boyfriend are going to move to Palawan. We both work online, so we need internet and of course we want to rent a nice place with facilities. Do you recommend something?

Thanks

Annapriori :

Hello,

Me and my boyfriend are going to move to Palawan. We both work online, so we need internet and of course we want to rent a nice place with facilities. Do you recommend something?

Thanks

Sorry, no idea of places to rent there. Best to get a hotel for a few days and just hit the streets in a cab and ask around.
For working online you will need to get connections with two different providers as internet is not reliable here in any way. A generator is needed for work as power can go out for hours at a time without notice or reason.

I read your reply to a subscriber. I am interested in learning more about living in Puerto Princesa City, Palawan. My back ground is that I am married to a Flipinan from Mindinonw. We live in Tagabliran, Bohol. I am finding it to be a okay city as far as shopping for daily needs but boring. I am hopeful to find a place here in the Philippines with more to do such as gyms, beaches and restaurants.

Why do you prefer Puerto Princesa City to Dumagette?

Simply put tired of writing and sharing, if you want to talk via voice send me a message and I'll share Fb with you so we can chat!

Davao City, an contrary to the popular belief, its a very safe city to live in.

http://davaotravelguide.com/6-reasons-move-davao-city/

Hi. I would enjoy talking live. I am not sure if we are allowed to give text numbers on this site. My text number is *** and email is ***. My wife and I are getting interested in Dumaguete now and or Tagaytay. I would very much appreciate listening to your advise. Sincerely, Craig Cothren. I am on FB.

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