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4 Reasons You’ll Love Living in the South

View of Taal Lake in Tagaytay
Posted: Mar 6, 2018 at 10:29 am   /   by   /   comments (0)

The southern part of the metro is a great place to escape the fast-paced life in the big cities. As more people seek out an alternative place to the hustle and bustle of city living, subdivisions in the suburbs sound like a great option. Here are some of the reasons that will make you fall in love with the South.

Weekend travel destinations

One of the best things that make living in the South great is its accessibility to several beautiful destinations. Imagine spending a day in Tagaytay or going to one of the beaches in Batangas without spending hours in traffic. You have the option to unwind, relax and just go anywhere you want. You can read reviews about Lancaster New City, for instance, to know more about the go-to places around the area, where you can enjoy the weekend with the whole family.

Accessibility

Commuting to and from the South will soon be a breeze with the help of the Intermodal Transport System (ITS). The ITS targets to cater to 200,000 commuters daily. It will link the metro with other regions in the South such as Batangas, Laguna, Quezon, and Bicol.

Entertainment

Nightlife in the South can be full of surprises. You might be taken aback by the number of bars and restaurants scattered here. One of the most popular places to go to is 19 East, which is perfect for music lovers because of the must-see gigs of some of the most popular bands.

Less pollution

Metro Manila is bustling with energy. But it also has the highest level of pollution in the Philippines. Living in the South gives you an easier access to the metro without constant exposure to pollution. Air pollution is one of the main causes of health problems worldwide.

Living in the southern part of the metro is a great way to have access to both peaceful and city living. Understanding some of the reasons people choose to live here might help you out in deciding where to stay for good.