Metro Batangas

Metro Batangas is a minor metropolitan area of the Philippines, in province. The area contains 23% of the provincial population, and is a commercial, industrial and educational center.

Popular Destinations

, the capital of province, is a major seaport, second to Manila among the ports on Luzon, and a gateway to the rest of the archipelago. Photo: TagaSanPedroAko, CC0.

is a town in . It is a suburb of and is along the route to the resorts of the municipality of . Photo: Ramon FVelasquez, CC BY-SA 3.0.

is a municipality in lying on a peninsula overlooking Batangas and Balayan Bays, and considered the birthplace of Philippine's scuba diving industry. Photo: Wikimedia, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Metro Batangas

Latitude of center
13.76° or 13° 45' 36" north
Longitude of center
121.02° or 121° 1' 12" east

Also Known As

  • Arabic: Kaarangay:Mga bungto han Batangas
  • Cebuano: Kategoriya:Mga lungsod ug dakbayan sa Batangas
  • Dutch: Categorie:Gemeente in Batangas
  • English: Category:Municipalities of Batangas
  • French: Catégorie:Municipalité dans la province de Batangas
  • Iloko: Kategoria:Dagiti ili ti Batangas
  • Indonesian: Kategori:Munisipalitas di Batangas
  • Italian: Categoria:Comuni della provincia di Batangas
  • Lao: Kategoria:Dagiti ili ti Batangas
  • Pampanga: Category:Balen ning Batangas
  • Pangasinan: Category:Saray baley na Batangas
  • Persian: رده:شهرداری‌های باتانگا
  • Scots: Category:Municipalities o Batangas
  • Spanish: Categoría:Localidades de Batangas
  • Tagalog: Kategorya:Mga bayan at lungsod sa Batangas
  • Urdu: زمرہ:بلدیات باتانگاس
  • Vietnamese: Thể loại:Đô thị của Batangas
  • Waray (Philippines): Kaarangay:Mga bungto han Batangas

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