Living in the city is great, but it does come with a number of drawbacks. Chances are you have had plenty of time to think about these over the past few weeks. Living in the suburbs of Metro Manila offers you a chance to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city where pollution, traffic and a lack of nature can harm quality of life.
Regardless of if you are looking for a weekend residence outside the capital or want to escape the city for good, the suburbs of Metro Manila can provide the peace and serenity you desire. Here are a few places you should consider if you looking to move outside the city.
Get to know the suburbs of Metro Manila
San Fernando, Pampanga
San Fernando, the capital of Pampanga, is a 90-minute drive from Metro Manila. The city is seen as a potential real estate hotspot by property experts. It’s already home to several modern attractions, including SM City Pampanga, and connected to the National Capital Region via the NLEX.
Several infrastructure projects designed to connect the NCR and Pampanga are set to run through San Fernando. The city is close to several peaceful open spaces while family-friendly activities such as the SandBox in Porac, Fontana Water Park in Clark Freeport Zone and Dinosaur Island in Mabalacat are also nearby.
Located at the foot of the Sierra Madre mountain range, above Metro Manila, Antipolo is a popular day trip spot thanks to its spectacular views and relaxing ambiance. However, it is becoming a highly desirable place to live as well.
Buying property here is much more affordable than in Metro Manila. Developers have launched a number of impressive residential communities around Antipolo where you can enjoy open spaces, beautiful surroundings and a desirable lifestyle.
Despite being in the NCR, Muntinlupa is a stone’s throw away from the white sand beaches of Batangas or the green spaces of Cavite. There are also plenty of modern conveniences all around Muntinlupa. SM Center Muntinlupa and Festival Supermall Alabang are a few of the shopping malls to choose from while the region’s popular food parks make this a dining haven.
Developers have been launching a wide range of projects in the region with everything from upscale housing estates to affordable condominiums available. Simply put, life’s better here.