Ma. Angelica Domingo

Safest Places in the Philippines

Glopinion by Ma. Angelica Domingo - Aug 28, 2013

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If Philippines captured your eyes and heart and you decided to live in the country, these are the safest places to live in.

Safest Places in the Philippines

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There are a lot of factors to be considered before a place is considered to be one of the best places to live in. Anywhere in the world, there are threats to human life – crimes, calamities, illnesses, and accidents. These are all considered including infrastructures, economy, and the quality of life. Best live in the following places in the Philippines.

Bacolod City

Bacolod is in the top 10 cities with the lowest crime rate in the Philippines. It ranked eighth among all the places in the Philippines. It ranks third in its ecological condition which is very high for one of the most important factors to consider when choosing a place to live in. Sport is another factor that is considered and in this field, Bacolod City ranks second. It’s the fourth place in the Philippines with the most tourist destinations which is definitely good for the economy. It is the third place in the country which provides the best quality of education which will serve as the youth’s foundation as responsible and productive citizens. It is also known as the City of Smiles.

Lapu-Lapu City

Lapu-Lapu City is located in Cebu. It is just a few minutes away from Mactan Island which is very popular because of its magnificent beaches. It is very accessible and is the location of an international airport and a number of shopping malls. There are a lot of affordable houses sold in the area which will enable residents to be at the heart of Sinulog Festival every year. There are also a lot of established hotel and apartments in the area that may be rented out.

Davao City

Davao City is ranked as the 87th best cities in the world. It is also known as the 10th Asian City of the Future according to FDI Magazine. It is also called the Crown Jewel of the South, with the most prominent spot as an income generator of Mindanao. It ranks fifth as an income generator of the country and the second when it comes to tourist attractions. Best of all, it is the safest city to live in when natural calamities are considered.

Marikina City

Marikina City is also known as the Shoe Capital of the Philippines where the best shoes are made when quality is considered. It holds the most population of the country and is also the wealthiest city in the Philippines. It is considered to be the healthiest city in the whole of Asia Pacific with its best environmental programs, as the best public health care provider, and the best public education provider because of the local government’s effort and the citizens’ exemplary discipline.

There are a lot of places where people can choose to live. Still, the person’s preferences will affect their choices in a major way. However, for the undecided ones, these are helpful information to be considered. Home is where the heart is and in the Philippines, any place in the country can feel like home.

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Julian S. Marks Julian S. Marks

Apr 28, 2014 20:40

Davao is great for travel, I would like to visit this place :)))

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