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  • Jacques Paillard

    All expatriates in my company joined InterNations because it really helped me get accustomed to my new life in Manila.

Networking with other Expats Living in Antipolo

InterNations is an online community-based platform for the world's global expat population. We provide a means of communication for international folk living in Antipolo to get in touch with one another and socialize. Why not share your experiences in our forum or read about the experiences of others in our Expat Magazine? Our platform enables business opportunities and casual meet-ups alike. If you fancy finding out about other global minds in Antipolo, whatever your situation, you've come to the right place!

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Exchange Tips about living in Antipolo

Get trustworthy advice and local insights from fellow members in our Antipolo expat forums.

  • Trusted Mechanic in Pasig city
    1 reply
    Dec 4, 2:04 AM
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    Greetings Mr Pedro Cabrera I know someone who used to work for years with car company here in the Philippines and I believe he can be able to assist you on this matter. Do let me know if you are …

  • Yaya needed!
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    Jun 26, 4:07 PM
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    Hi Alison, Thank you so much! I will let my wife know and we will check there!

  • Body shop - Car repair - Recommendations?
    6 replies
    Jul 27, 5:19 AM
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    Thanks Wendell for the info! @Alexander, thanks too! I will get in touch with you via PM. Hope you have a great weekend!

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Find out About Moving to Antipolo

Antipolo, in the Philippines, is known as “The Pilgrimage City”. It is located on a plateau in the Sierre Madre mountains and it plays host to many travelers in search of the Virgin of Antipolo or “Nuestra Senora della Paz y Buen Viaje”. This image is housed in the impressive Cathedral of Antipolo. The pilgrimage which starts at the Quiapo Church in Manila is a must for anybody spending any time in Antipolo, but the experience is all the more rewarding when completed in the company of friends. This is where the InterNations website becomes really useful. Meet up with expats living in Antipolo in person, with a view to tackling the pilgrimage trail together. Or if you prefer to go at your own pace, why not post to our Antipolo expat group forum en route? Our platform can provide you with a wealth of interesting individuals who will be able to fill you in on what to expect when you're moving to Antipolo. From housing advice to what's going on downtown, our friendly expatriate community is full of good ideas and happy to inform you on any aspect of your relocation.

The Experience of Working in Antipolo

If you're working in the city and you'd like to network with other expats living in Antipolo, look no further than our online groups. We have over 1000 active discussion groups in which you can find opportunities and friendship. There are likely to be many other expatriate families and individuals who are waiting to discover your good company. Why not invite them to take a picnic at the Hinulugang Taktak Waterfalls, one of the city's most popular attractions? For all other information, there's the InterNations Expat Magazine. This covers a broad range of topics related to getting the most out of the expat lifestyle, from the best deals for expats, to coping with the cultural differences. With InterNations you are assured great expat advice from the best possible source!

  • Jacques Paillard

    All expatriates in my company joined InterNations because it really helped me get accustomed to my new life in Manila.

  • Adriana Rodrigues Zon

    The idea of getting to know other expats in Manila was very appealing to me, and I've greatly expanded my network in the Philippines.

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