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Topics: Batangas, Luzon, Taal Lake Pages: 8 (2165 words) Published: August 12, 2013
Batangas: A world class and eco-friendly tourist destination in this part of Southern Luzon I.VISION

Batangas Province: A world – class destination with ecologically balanced and sustainable development, state-of-the-art infrastructure, home of God-loving and family-centered people, governed by dedicated and professional political leadership, committed to one vision and shared responsibilities geared towards better quality of life for all Batangueños.


Batangas Province is committed to establish and achieve dynamic, effective and transparent governance, intensify social services, upgrade the quality of education, construct state-of-the-art infrastructure, promote agro-tourism industry and advocate a conducive environment for investment through synergistic approach with the highest degree of integrity.


Originally composed of Occidental Mindoro, Oriental Mindoro, Marinduque and parts of Laguna and Ambos-Camarines and also known as COUMINTAN or KUMINTANG. In 1534, Batangas became the first practically organized province in Luzon and was officially founded in the year 1581. Balayan was the capital of the province for 135 years from 1597 – 1732. In 1732 it was moved to Taal then the most progressive and flourishing town of the province. After several calamitous eruptions of Taal Volcano that buried then old Taal town site, the capital was transferred to Batangas (now a city) in 1754 where it remained to the present. IV.LOCATION

Bounded on the north by the province of Cavite, on the northeast and east by the province of Laguna and Quezon, respectively, on the south by the Verde Island passages and on the west by the China Sea.

a.The Capitol Building

Located in Batangas City, construction began in 1926 and completed in 1928 under the late Governor Modesto Castillo. Destroyed during World War II, reconstructed in 1946, again destroyed by a bomb explosion in 1950, it was reconstructed in the same year by Governor Feliciano P. Leviste.

b.Land Area: 316, 581 has. Or 3, 165.81 sq. kms.
c.Percentage (%) to CALABARZON Land Area: 18.8%
d.Percentage (%) to CALABARZON Land Area: 18.8%
a.Number of Cities: 3
b.Municipalities: 31
c.Number of Barangays: 1,078
d.Number of Congressional Districts: 4

First District (8 towns) :
Balayan, Calaca, Calatagan, Lemery, Lian, Nasugbu, Taal, Tuy

Second District (6 towns and 1 city) :
Bauan, Lobo, Mabini, San Luis, San Pascual, Tingloy and Batangas City

Third District (11 towns and 1 city) :
Agoncillo, Alitagtag, Balete, Cuenca, Laurel, Malvar, Mataasnakahoy, San Nicolas, Sta. Teresita, Sto. Tomas, Talisay and Tanauan City

Fourth District (6 towns and 1 city) :
Ibaan, Padre Garcia, Rosario, San Jose, San Juan, Taysan, Lipa City


Generally rolling terrain with some 50% of land area having a grade of less than 15 degrees. Slopes are found along the shores of Verde Island Passage and Taal Lake. Mt. Makulot has an average of 957 meters above sea level.  

Batangas is a province of the Philippines located on the southwestern part of Luzon in the Calabarzon region. Its capital is Batangas City and it is bordered by the provinces of Cavite and Laguna to the north and Quezon to the east. Across the Verde Island Passages to the south is the island of Mindoro and to the west lies the South China Sea. Founded on March 10, 1917, with a population of approximately 1,905,348, Batangas is one of the most popular tourist destinations near Metropolitan Manila. The province has many beaches and famous for excellent diving spots only a few hours away from Manila. Some of the more notable ones are Anilao in the Municipality of Mabini, Matabungkay in the Municipality of Lian Punta Fuego, Calatagan and Laiya in the Municipality of San Juan.

Found in the province is world-known Anilao (Mabini) and its many dive sites that are ideal for observing marine life, and...
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