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Lifestyle

Lifestyle

The Philippines is a multi-ethnic, culturally diverse destination and one that is hospitable to western expats. Most Philippinos speak fluent English and are tolerant of religious differences (even though the country is primarily Roman Catholic). Also, while the climate is tropical and generally pleasant to those who seek heat, it is also wild and capricious. The Philippines hosts an average of 20 typhoons a year. For those expats desiring a cosmopolitan experience, Manila will not disappoint. It is packed with trendy restaurants, giant malls full of western goods, cinemas, parks and cultural institutions. To fly into Manila is not to fly out of modernity. International teacher can expect a comfortable life with a flair of the exotic. Read more… 

Satisfying sites on lifestyle in the Philippines

numbeo-hilippines     expatexchange-liveinphilippines     internations-philippines

philippines-expat     philippines-lifestyle

Cost of Living

Cost of living

According to Xpatulator’s July 2016 analysis, the cost of living in Manila is average according to international standards. While household accommodations are generally expensive (along with their furnishings), the expatriate should expect to save a little money when purchasing groceries and alcohol, signing up for Internet service and going out to eat. Transport and healthcare are quite reasonable too. The western expat is encouraged to negotiate a compensation package that reflects the average living costs of their destination, which in this case, is likely Manila.

Satisfying sites on lifestyle in the Philippines

expatarrivals-philippines     xpatulator-philippines     numbeo-philippines     expatistan-manila

Climate

Climate

Throughout the year the Philippines experiences hot humid weather. During the rainy season of June to September typhoons are common and from October to February these are accompanied by very cold winds. Summers are very hot from March to May with temperatures of 25-32 degrees Celsius. In the highlands the temperatures are much cooler dropping to 20 degrees in the evening.

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Safety and Security

Safety and Security

The political and security status of countries around the world are constantly changing, to keep up with the current situation in any country please monitor the relevant Government websites and international news. The links below also provide useful indicators for prospective travelers:

The UK Foreign Office      US State Department        BBC World News         Al Jazeera