MGA SIKAT NA KAKANIN SA BINYAN LAGUNA
puto at dinuguan
MACAROON at puto pao
Center of the South"; "Home of the Famous Puto Biñan and Kakanin" ... Biñan City comes second in Laguna coming from Metro Manila next to San Pedro. Biñan (/bɪnjaʊn/ Filipino: Binyang or Binyan, [biɲan]), officially, the City of Biñan(Filipino, Lungsod ng Binyan) is a first class component city in the Republic of the Philippines. It is located in the Province of Laguna, in the island of Luzon, about 34 kilometres (21 mi) south of Manila, accessible via the South Luzon Expressway and the National Highway. Biñan City has become both a suburban residential community of Metro Manila and a location for some of the Philippines' largest industrial estates and export processing zones. Prior to its cityhood in 2010, Biñan was the richest municipality in the Philippines with an annual gross income of ₱677 million and net income of ₱250 million, as of 2007 by the Commission On Audit. According to the latest census, it has a population of 283,396, making it the fourth largest in population in the province of Laguna, after Calamba City, San Pedro, and Santa Rosa City. Biñan City comes second in Laguna coming from Metro Manila next to San Pedro. The city is one of three comprising the first congressional district of Laguna (San Pedro and Santa Rosa City are the others). Under the Republic Act 9740, ratified by a plebiscite held on February 2, 2010, Biñan became the fourth city in the Province of Laguna (after San Pablo City, Calamba City and Santa Rosa City, in chronological order, with Cabuyao City being the fifth). With its proximity to Metro Manila, Biñan City is one of the most susceptible places for investments, industries, and other economic activities. The two world-class and premiere industrial parks of the Philippines are located in Biñan City, the Laguna International Industrial Park (LIIP) and the Laguna Technopark Incorporated (LTI). The...
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