Talaan ng mga palayaw ng mga lungsod at bayan sa Pilipinas

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Ang Talaan ng mga lungsod at bayan, palayaw sa Pilipinas o List of city and municipality nicknames in the Philippines ay ang palayaw sa bawat lungsod at bayan ito ay binabansag, tanyag at kinakataga sa nasabing lugar, upang malaman at madaling mahanap ang lokasyon ng isang lugar, sa Pilipinas bawat rehiyon binigyan ng palayaw upang kilalanin at ipagmalaki ang kinagisnan, kultura, ekonomiya, tradisyon at iba pa.

Luzon[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

National Capital Region (NCR): Maynila[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

Lungsod/Munisipalidad Palayaw Sanggunian
Caloocan The City of Heroes
Cradle of Katipunan

Motorcycle Capital of NCR

Las Piñas Home of the Bamboo Organ
City of Love and Progress
Salt Center of Metro Manila
Lantern Capital of Metro Manila
Makati The Wall Street of the Philippines
The Financial Capital of the Philippines
The Business Capital of the Philippines
[1][2]
Mandaluyong The Tiger City of the Philippines
The Shopping Capital of the Philippines
[1]
Maynila The Distinguished and Ever Loyal City
The Queen City of the Pacific
The Pearl of the Orient
[1][2]
Marikina The Shoe Capital of the Philippines
Home of the World's Largest Shoes
[1][2]
Muntinlupa The Emerald City of the Philippines
Gateway to Calabarzon
[1]
Navotas The Fishing Capital of the Philippines [1]
Parañaque The Fashion Capital of the Philippines
The City of Lights
The Bay City
Pasay The Gateway to the Philippine Islands
The Travel City
The Travel Capital of the Philippines
Home of Aliwan Fiesta
Trading Wall of the Philippines
Festival Capital of Metro Manila
Asian City of Metro Manila
Japanese City of the Philippines
The Second City of Stars
[1]
Pateros A Small Town with a Big Heart
Balut Capital of the Philippines
Home of the world-famous Balut
Lungsod Quezon The City of Stars
The Dragon City of the Philippines
Largest City of the Philippines
Home of the Philippine Congress
[1]
San Juan Heart of Metro Manila
Home of Philippine Presidents
Tiangge Capital of the Philippines
Taguig Metro Manila's ProbinSyudad
Valenzuela The Vibrant City
The City of Discipline

Rehiyon ng Ilokos (Rehiyon I): San Fernando, La Union[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

Lungsod/Munisipalidad Probinsya Palayaw Sangunian
Alaminos Pangasinan The Hundred Islander Capital of the World
Anda, Pangasinan Pangasinan Mother of the Hundred Islands
Bani Pangasinan Golden West
Batac Ilocos Norte Home of Great Leaders
City of My Dreams
Bautista Pangasinan The Walis Tambo (walis) Capital of the Philippines
Lupang Hinirang
Binalonan Pangasinan Pangasinan's Cleanest Town
Binmaley Pangasinan Yellow Beach
Cervantes Ilocos Sur Summer Capital of Ilocos Sur
Dagupan Pangasinan The Bangus (Milkfish) Capital of the Philippines
Melting Pot of Pangasinan
Former Queen City of the North
Business Capital of North Central Luzon
Education Capital of the North
[1]
Laoag Ilocos Norte Northernmost City of the Philippines
Northern Gateway of the Philippines
Sunshine City
Political, Commercial and Industrial Hub of Ilocos Norte
The Sparkling Gem of Ilocandia
[3][4]
Lingayen Pangasinan Most Romantic Place in the Philippines
Luna La Union Home of Apo Baket Namacpacan
Manaoag Pangasinan Home of the Our Lady of Manaoag
Mapandan Pangasinan Pangasinan's Greenest Municipality
Pagudpud Ilocos Norte Sicogon Island of the North
Rosario La Union Gateway to Ilocandia
San Carlos Pangasinan Mango-Bamboo Capital of the Philippines
San Fernando La Union Regional Center of Ilocos Region
The Prime Capital of Ilocandia
Botanical Garden City
San Juan Ilocos Sur Buri Capital of Ilocos Sur
San Juan La Union Surfing Capital of the North/Northern Philippines
Santa Maria Ilocos Sur Home of the Our Lady of the Assumption Church (Nuestra Señora de la Asuncion), a UNESCO World Heritage Site
Santiago Ilocos Sur Sicogon Island of Ilocos Sur
Isla de Gigantes of Ilocos Sur
Santo Tomas La Union Regional Center for Inland Fisheries Research
Tabo-an of the North
Home of Señora Virgen del Mar Cautiva (Virgen of the Sea)
Sinait Ilocos Sur Garlic Center of the North
Tubao La Union Home of the Native Tobacco
Urdaneta Pangasinan Gateway to Northern Philippines
Vigan Ilocos Sur The Heritage City of the Philippines [1]
Vintar Ilocos Norte The Territory of Siwawers
(Siwawer is a high-flying, black and orange-colored bird)
Municipality of Canaoays
(Canaoay is a low-flying, black and white-colored bird)
Center Municipality of Ilocos Norte
Area of Mighty Eagles

Pampangasiwaan ng Cordillera (CAR): Baguio[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

Lungsod/Munisipalidad Province Nicknames References
Baguio Benguet The Summer Capital of the Philippines
The City of Pines
Center of Education in the North
The Highest City
Capital of the North
Convention City
Artists Heaven
Little America
[1][2][5]
Banaue Ifugao The site of the UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Batad Rice Terraces and Bangaan Rice Terraces
La Trinidad Benguet Strawberry Capital of the Philippines
Salad Bowl of the Philippines
[6]
Sagada Mountain Province Home of the world-famous hanging coffins
Tinglayan Kalinga Home of the Last “Mambabatok

Lambak ng Cagayan (Rehiyon II): Tuguegarao[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

City/Municipality Province Nicknames References
Aglipay Quirino The Heart of Quirino
Bagabag Nueva Vizcaya Pineapple Region of Nueva Vizcaya
Buguey Cagayan Crab Capital of the North
Cabarroguis Quirino The Golden Park of Quirino
Cabatuan Isabela Land of the Golden Grains [1]
Cauayan Isabela Mushroom City of the North
Bamboo City of Isabela
Agro-Industrial Capital of Cagayan Valley
Central Business District of Region 2
The Ideal City of the North
[1]
Diffun Quirino Gateway to Quirino Province
Echague Isabela Queen Town of Isabela [1]
Gamu Isabela The Mother Town of the 2nd District of Isabela
The Oldest Town of Mallig Plains Region
[1]
Iguig Cagayan Holy Land of the North
Pottery Center of Cagayan
Ilagan Isabela Corn Capital of the Philippines
The Center of Eco-Tourism Adventure in Region 2
Home of the World's Largest Wooden Lounge Chair
Primary Growth Center of Region 2
[1]
Maddela Quirino Commercial Hub of Quirino
Nagtipunan Quirino Tourism Capital of Quirino
Land of the Origin
Piat Cagayan Pilgrimage Center of Cagayan Valley
Ramon Isabela Tilapia Capital of Isabela Province
Hub of the Famous Magat Dam
[1]
Roxas Isabela The Commercial Center of the Mallig Plains Region [1]
Saguday Quirino The Rice Granary of Quirino
San Mariano Isabela Rice Bowl of Luzon [1]
San Mateo Isabela Agro-Ecological City
Munggo Capital of the Philippines
[1]
Santa Ana Cagayan The Game Fishing Mecca of the Philippines
Santa Fe Nueva Vizcaya Southern Gateway to the Cagayan Valley Region
Santa Maria Isabela Finest Pottery of the North [1]
Santa Praxedes Cagayan Northern Gateway of the Cagayan Valley Region
Santa Teresita Cagayan Vannamei Capital of the North
Youngest Town of Cagayan
Santiago Isabela Queen City of the North
Commercial and Trading Center of Cagayan Valley
Investment Hub of Northern Philippines
[1]
Solano Nueva Vizcaya Central Business District of Nueva Vizcaya
Tuguegarao Cagayan The Premier Ybanag City
Regional Center of Cagayan Valley
[1]

Gitnang Luzon (Rehiyon III): San Fernando, Pampanga[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

Lungsod/Munisipalidad Probinsya Palayaw Sangunian
Angeles Pampanga City of Angels
Entertainment Capital of the Philippines
[7][8]
Aliaga Nueva Ecija The Home of Taong Putik Festival [1]
Apalit Pampanga Pampanga's Gateway to Manila
The Blacksmith Capital of Pampanga
Bacolor Pampanga Athens of Pampanga
Baler Aurora The Birthplace of Philippine Surfing
Bocaue Bulacan Fireworks Capital of the Philippines
Bongabon Nueva Ecija Onion Capital of the Philippines [9]
Bulakan Bulacan The First Capital of the Province of Bulacan
Bustos Bulacan Home of Minasa Cookies
Cabanatuan Nueva Ecija The Tricycle Capital of the Philippines [1]
Cabiao Nueva Ecija The Sorghum Capital of Nueva Ecija [1]
Capas Tarlac The Gateway to Pinatubo Volcano
Carranglan Nueva Ecija The Largest Municipality in Nueva Ecija [1]
Dilasag Aurora The Last Paradise of the North
Doña Remedios Trinidad Bulacan Bulacan's Last Frontier
Gabaldon Nueva Ecija The Stone Capital of Nueva Ecija [1]
Gapan Nueva Ecija The Footwear Capital of the North [1]
General Tinio Nueva Ecija The Papaya Capital of Nueva Ecija [1]
Guiguinto Bulacan The Garden Haven of Bulacan
Garden City
Guimba Nueva Ecija Organic Capital of Nueva Ecija
Hagonoy Bulacan The Aquaculture Capital of Bulacan
Leviticus Town
Iba Zambales Beach Capital of Zambales
Jaen Nueva Ecija Mango Capital of Nueva Ecija [1]
La Paz Tarlac Home of Our Lady of Peace and Good Voyage
Licab Nueva Ecija The Home of Kariton Festival [1]
Lubao Pampanga Balen Baba
Mabalacat Pampanga The Industrial Capital of Pampanga
Macabebe Pampanga Pampanga Mini Sea
Magalang Pampanga Sweet Tamarind Capital of the Philippines
Malolos Bulacan The Cradle of the Philippine Republic
The Renaissance City
The Historic and Heritage City of Bulacan
Mariveles Bataan The Home of Five Fingers
Mayantoc Tarlac Summer Capital of Tarlac
Meycauayan Bulacan Hub of Jewelry Production in the Philippines and in Asia
Minalin Pampanga The Egg Basket of the Philippines
Muñoz Nueva Ecija The Science City of the Philippines [1]
Olongapo Zambales City of Volunteers
City of a Thousand Bumble Bees
Pantabangan Nueva Ecija The Tilapia Capital of Nueva Ecija [1]
Paombong Bulacan Vinegar Capital of the Philippines
Peñaranda Nueva Ecija The IKMO Capital of Nueva Ecija [1]
Pulilan Bulacan Home of the Kneeling Carabao Festival
San Antonio Nueva Ecija The Watermelon Capital of Nueva Ecija [1]
San Antonio Zambales Surfing Capital of Central Luzon
San Isidro Nueva Ecija The Chicken Capital of Nueva Ecija [1]
San Fernando Pampanga The Christmas City of the Philippines [1]
San Jose Nueva Ecija Central Luzon's City of the Golden Harvests
A Rice Bowl of the Philippines
San Jose del Monte Bulacan The First City of Bulacan
The Evergreen City
San Leonardo Nueva Ecija The Town of Progress [1]
San Marcelino Zambales Singkamas Capital of the Philippines
Santa Maria Bulacan Chicharon Capital of Bulacan
Santo Tomas Pampanga Coffin Capital of Central Luzon [10]
Sasmuan Pampanga Pampanga Mini SEA
Subic Zambales Wreck Diving Capital of the Philippines
Talavera Nueva Ecija The Home of the Best Fish Sauce in Nueva Ecija [1]
Lungsod ng Tarlac Tarlac Home of Sugar, Rice and Everything Nice
Zaragoza Nueva Ecija The Home of the Best Fermented Rice in Nueva Ecija [1]

Calabarzon/Timog Katagalugan (Rehiyon IV-A): Calamba[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

Lungsod/Munisipalidad Probinsya Palayaw Sangunian
Alabat Quezon The Hidden Gem of Quezon
Gateway to the Pacific
Alabat, A Lost Paradise
Alaminos Laguna The Home of the Coramblan Festival
Alfonso Cavite Agro-Industrial Center of Upland Cavite
Alitagtag Batangas Float Capital of the Philippines
Amadeo Cavite Coffee Capital of the Philippines [11]
Angono Rizal Arts Capital of the Philippines
Antipolo Rizal The Pilgrimage City of the Philippines
The City in the Sky
[1][5]
Bacoor Cavite Cavite's Gateway to the Metropolis
Marching Band Capital of the Philippines
City of Transformation
Balete Batangas Land of Honeybees
Lungsod ng Batangas Batangas Industrial Port City of Calabarzon
Tourist City of the Past, Present and Future
[1][5]
Bauan Batangas The Town that Refuses to Die
Bae Laguna Flower Garden of Laguna
The First Capital of Laguna
Cabuyao Laguna Pamantasan ng Cabuyao
Cainta Rizal Your Gateway to the East
Information Technology Capital of the Province of Rizal
Bibingka Capital of the Philippines
Calamba Laguna Hot Spring/Resort Capital of the Philippines [12]
Calauan Laguna Home of the Sweetest Pineapple
Candelaria Quezon Industrial Town of Quezon
Desiccated Coconut Capital
Carmona Cavite Center for Investment & Sports of Cavite
Industrial Corridor of Cavite
Catanauan Quezon Heart of the Bondoc Peninsula
Cavinti Laguna The Eventful, Adventure, Falls, Caves and Eco-Tourism Capital of Laguna
Lungsod ng Cavite Cavite The Historic and Cultural City of 3 Bays
International Transport Hub of the Future
Cuenca Batangas Home of the Bakers
Dasmariñas Cavite University City of Cavite
Industrial Giant of Calabarzon
Melting Pot of Cavite
Tiger City of the South
Dolores Quezon The Foot of Majestic Mt. Banahaw
Famy Laguna The Home of Bamboo Weavers
Imus Cavite Flag Capital of the Philippines
Indang Cavite Upland Market Center
Infanta Quezon Gateway to the Pacific
Kalayaan Laguna Laguna's Symbol of Peace and Unity
Kawit Cavite The Birthplace of Philippine Independence
Liliw Laguna Tsinelas Capital of the Philippines
Footwear Capital of the Philippines
Lipa Batangas Next Wave City
City of Pride
[1]
Lobo Batangas Atis Capital of the Philippines
Los Baños Laguna Special Science and Nature City of the Philippines [13]
Lucban Quezon Home of Pahiyas
Lucena Quezon Biofuel City
Cocopalm City of the South
The Gateway to the South
Entertainment Capital of Southern Luzon
Bagong Lucena
Luisiana Laguna Little Baguio of Laguna
Pandán Capital of the Philippines
Lumban Laguna The Embroidery Capital of the Philippines
Mabini Batangas Diving Capital of the Philippines
Mabitac Laguna The Site of the Fabled Battle of Mabitac
Magdalena Laguna Little Hollywood of Laguna
The Bamboo Capital of Laguna
Majayjay Laguna Town of Rivers and Waterfalls
Maragondon Cavite Historic Town & A Wildlife Sanctuary
Morong Rizal Puso ng Rizal
Naic Cavite Industrial Terminal & Amusement Center of the Future
Nagcarlan Laguna Vegetable Basket of Laguna
Home of Ana Kalang Festival
Padre Garcia Batangas Cattle Trading Capital of the Philippines
Paete Laguna Woodcarving Capital of the Philippines
Pagbilao Quezon Power Port of Quezon
Pagsanjan Laguna The Tourist Capital of Laguna
Athens of Laguna
Home of Our Lady of Guadalupe
Pakil Laguna Home of the Turumba Festival
Pangil Laguna Home of the Nuestra Señora de la O and the Santo Niño de la O
Pila Laguna La Noble Villa de Pila
Rizal Laguna Tayak Adventure and Nature Park of Laguna
Rosario Batangas The Agro-Industrial Capital of Southern Tagalog
Rice Granary of Batangas
Rosario Cavite An Agricultural-Commercial-Industrial Center
San Jose Batangas Egg Basket Capital of the Philippines
San Mateo Rizal Mountain Biking Capital of the Philippines
San Pablo Laguna The City of Seven Lakes
The City of Buko Pie
[2][5]
San Pedro Laguna Sampaguita Capital of the Philippines
Rooster City of the Philippines
Laguna's Gateway to Metro Manila
Shrine City of the Southern Tagalog
[14]
Santa Cruz Laguna The Capital of Laguna
Kesong Puti Capital of the Philippines
Santa Rosa Laguna The Lion City of South Luzon
Next ICT Hub of the Philippines
Makati of the South
Sariaya Quezon Heritage Town of Quezon
Art Deco Capital of Southern Luzon
Silang Cavite Food Bastion of Metro Manila
Siniloan Laguna Waterfalls Sanctuary of Laguna
Taal Batangas The Heritage Town
Balisong and Barong Tagalog Capital of the Philippines
[15]
Tagaytay Cavite The Country's 2nd Summer Capital
Talisay Batangas The Seedling Bowl of the Nation
Tanauan Batangas The Premiere City of Calabarzon
City of Colors
Tayabas Quezon City of Festivals
Home of The Finest Lambanog
Rest and Recreation Destination of Quezon
City of 11 Spanish Bridges
Taytay Rizal Woodworks and Garments Capital of the Philippines
Tiaong Quezon Home of the Legendary Lake Ticob
Trece Martires Cavite The Drug and Gambling Free City
The Seat of Provincial Government (Cavite)
Unisan Quezon The First Capital of Quezon
The Oldest Town in the Philippines
Victoria Laguna Duck Raising Capital of the Philippines

Mimaropa/Timog Katagalugan (Rehiyon IV-B): Calapan[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

Lungsod/Munisipalidad Probinsya Palayaw Sangunian
Boac Marinduque The Heart's Capital
Brooke's Point Palawan Original Home of the Biggest Pearl in the World. (Pearl of Lao Tzu or the Pearl of Allah)
Buenavista Marinduque Home of the Famous Bellaroca Island Resort and Spa
Calapan Oriental Mindoro Administrative Center of Mimaropa
The Center of Commerce, Industry, Transportation, Communication, Religious Activities and Education in the entire Province of Oriental Mindoro
El Nido Palawan Gateway to Wild Adventure
Heaven on Earth
[16]
Gasan Marinduque The Cultural Nerve Center of the Marinduque
Magdiwang Romblon The Gateway to Mount Guiting-Guiting
Mamburao Occidental Mindoro The Economic, Political and Tourism Center of Occidental Mindoro
Mogpog Marinduque The Original Home of the Moriones
Primary Gateway of the Province
Pinamalayan Oriental Mindoro Rainbow City
Puerto Galera Oriental Mindoro The World's Most Beautiful Bay
Poor Man's Boracay
[17][18]
Puerto Princesa Palawan The Eco-Tourism Capital of the Philippines
The City in the Forest
[19][20]
Torrijos Marinduque Home of the Famous Poctoy White Beach
Little Baguio / Summer Capital of Marinduque
Victoria Oriental Mindoro Fruit Basket of Oriental Mindoro

Rehiyon ng Bikol (Rehiyon V): Legazpi[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

Lungsod/Munisipalidad Probinsya Palayaw Sangunian
Barcelona Sorsogon Little Switzerland of Asia
Buhi Camarines Sur Home of Lake Buhi and the World's Smallest Commercial Fish locally known as the Sinarapan (Mystychtis Luzonensis)
Canaman Camarines Sur Citadel of Bicol Culture
Birthplace of Tancong Vaca Guerilla Unit
Daet Camarines Norte Gateway to Bicolandia
Daraga Albay Home of the (Cagsawa) Ruins
Donsol Sorsogon Whale Shark Capital of the World
Legazpi Albay The City of Fun and Adventure
ATV Capital of the Philippines
Queen City of Southern Luzon
Gateway of Southern Luzon
Gateway City of Bicol
[2]
Libmanan Camarines Sur Rice Granary of Camarines Sur
Lungsod ng Masbate Masbate City of Hearts
Rodeo Capital of the Philippines
Melting Pot of Diverse Cultures and Traditions in Central Philippines
Naga Camarines Sur The Queen City of Bicol
The Heart of Bicol
The Pilgrim City
An Maogmang Lugar (The Happy Place)
Titan City
Spanish Royal City
One of the Seven Golden Cities of the Sun
[2][21][22][23][24][25]
Pandan Catanduanes The Fishing Capital of Catanduanes
Paracale Camarines Norte Gold Town
Pasacao Camarines Sur Summer Capital of Camarines Sur
Pili Camarines Sur Pili Nut Capital of the Philippines
Sipocot Camarines Sur Egg Basket of Camarines Sur
Native Chicken Capital of Camarines Sur
Where Andaya Highway Ends
Lungsod ng Sorsogon Sorsogon Gateway to Southern Philippines
Tabaco Albay Padyak Capital of the Philippines

Bisayas[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

Kanlurang Bisayas (Rehiyon VI): Iloilo City[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

Lungsod/Munisipalidad Probinsya Palayaw Sangunian
Alimodian Iloilo Banana Capital of Western Visayas
Strawberry Capital of Iloilo
Bacolod Negros Occidental The City of Smiles [2][2][26]
Bago Negros Occidental Home of Historical and Natural Treasures
Banga Aklan Banga the Beautiful
Barotac Nuevo Iloilo The Football Capital of the Philippines
Binalbagan Negros Occidental "Banwang Panganay" (Oldest Town) of Negros Island
The True Heart of Negros
Bugasong Antique Bugas Sa Lusong
The First Capital of Antique
Cadiz Negros Occidental City of Whales
Dinagsa Country of the North
Carles Iloilo True Alaska of the Philippines
Dingle Iloilo Spelunker's Paradise
Estancia Iloilo Alaska of Panay
Himamaylan Negros Occidental Home of Himaya-an Festival and Patik Kawayan
Hinigaran Negros Occidental The Gateway to Southern Negros
Firecrackers Capital of Negros Occidental
Ilog Negros Occidental The First Capital of the Historical Province of Negros
Home of the Kisi-Kisi Festival
Lungsod ng Iloilo Iloilo The Queen's City of the South (de jure)
The Most Loyal and Noble City
The City of Love
Textile Capital of the Philippines
Contemporary City of the Philippines
The City of Firsts
The Pioneer City of the Philippines
Heritage City
Emerging Museum City
Athens of the Philippines
Fireworks Capital of Western Visayas
Rising Giant Of The South
Festival Capital of the Philippines
[26][27]
Isabela Negros Occidental The Sweet Heart of Negros
Jordan Guimaras Home Of The Sweetest Mangoes In The World
Kabankalan Negros Occidental The Rising City of the South
Kalibo Aklan Ati-Atihan Town
La Carlota Negros Occidental Home of (Negros Island's) Our Lady of Peace and Good Voyage
Leon Iloilo Vegetable Basket of Iloilo Province
Food Basket of Iloilo Province
Summer Capital of Iloilo
Madalag Aklan Land of the Sweetest Lanzones
Malay Aklan Home of the Boracay resort island
Manapla Negros Occidental The Negrosanon Top End
Miagao Iloilo Onion Capital of the Visayas
Nabas Aklan Nature Lovers' Haven
New Washington Aklan The Bountiful Town
Panay Capiz Heritage Capital of Capiz
Pandan Antique Jewel of Antique
Passi Iloilo The Sweet City at the Heart of Panay
Pavia Iloilo Regional Agro-Industrial Center for Western Visayas
Pototan Iloilo Christmas Capital of Western Visayas
Rice Granary of Iloilo
Roxas Capiz Seafood Capital of the Philippines [26]
Sagay Negros Occidental The Garden City of the North
Salvador Benedicto Negros Occidental Summer Capital of Negros Occidental
Sibalom Antique Rice Bowl of Antique
Silay Negros Occidental The Paris of Negros
Sipalay Negros Occidental The Jewel of The Sugar Island
The "Little Boracay"
Talisay Negros Occidental The Home to The Ruins (dubbed as "The Taj Mahal of Negros")
Valladolid Negros Occidental Rice Granary of Negros Occidental
Fruit Basket of Negros Occidental
Victorias Negros Occidental The Sugarlandia of Negros
The Sweet and Green City of Negros

Gitnang Bisayas (Rehiyon VII): Cebu City[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

Lungsod/Munisipalidad Probinsya Palayaw Sangunian
Bais Negros Oriental City of Whales and Dolphins
Sugar Estate of the South
Balamban Cebu The Ship Building Capital of the Philippines
Balilihan Bohol Vegetable Capital of Bohol
Bantayan Cebu Holy Week Celebration Capital of the World
Bayawan Negros Oriental Character City (as per International Association of Character Cities)
A Pioneer "Healthy City" (DOH certified)
Bien Unido Bohol The Seaweed Capital of the Visayas
Canlaon Negros Oriental The Home to Mount Kanlaon
Vegetable Capital of Negros Island
Carcar Cebu Heritage City of Cebu
Little Marikina of Cebu
[28]
Carmen Bohol Home to the Chocolate Hills
Lungsod ng Cebu Cebu The Queen City of the South (de facto)
Oldest City in the Philippines
First Capital of the Philippines
Cradle of Christianity in Asia
[2][5][27]
Compostela Cebu Land of the Free
Corella Bohol Home of the Endemic Philippine Tarsier
Danao Cebu The Gunsmith Capital of the Philippines [26]
Dumaguete Negros Oriental The City of Gentle People
The University Town of the Visayas
The Motorcycle Capital of the Philippines
[26]
Jimalalud Negros Oriental Little Big Town
Lapu-Lapu Cebu Historic Resort City
Liloan Cebu The Light of the North
Loboc Bohol Music Capital of Bohol
Mabinay Negros Oriental The Caves Capital of the Philippines
Mandaue Cebu Furniture Capital of the Philippines
Industrial City of Southern Philippines
Manjuyod Negros Oriental Maldives of the Philippines
Minglanilla Cebu Sugat Capital of the South
Naga Cebu The Industrial Hub of Southern Cebu
Oslob Cebu Whaleshark Capital of the Visayas
San Jose Negros Oriental The Regional Pineapple Capital
Siaton Negros Oriental Southland by the Sea
Sibonga Cebu Home to the Simala-Lindogon Church
Sierra Bullones Bohol Golden Town of Bohol
Home of the Tallest Santa Clause in the Philippines
Siquijor Siquijor The Mystical Town
Tagbilaran Bohol City of Peace and Friendship
Talisay Cebu The Aqua City
Tanjay Negros Oriental City of Professionals
City of Music and Fun
City of Lights
Toledo Cebu The Copper City with a Heart of Gold
Ubay Bohol Town of Warmest Friendship
Vallehermoso Negros Oriental All-Around Suburb

Silangang Bisayas (Rehiyon VIII): Tacloban[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

Lungsod/Munisipalidad Probinsya Palayaw Sangunian
Abuyog Leyte Home of the Buyogan Festival
Basey Samar Banig Capital of Region 8
Home of the Famous Sohoton Caves and Natural Bridge National Park
Baybay Leyte A Place of Discovery, Beauty and Serenity
Biliran Biliran Biliran's Oldest Town
Borongan Eastern Samar The City of the Golden Sunrise
The Sunshine Capital
King City of the East
Calbayog Samar City of Waterfalls
The City of Pilgrimage
The City of Heritage
Catarman Northern Samar The Commercial, Financial, Educational and Government Center of the Province of Northern Samar
Catbalogan Samar The Gateway to Samar Island
The Quadricentennial City of Samar
The City of Manaragat
The City of Captivating Contrasts
Dolores Eastern Samar Rice Granary of Eastern Samar
Guiuan Eastern Samar Magellan's First Landing Site (Homonhon)
Surfing Capital of the Visayas
Fish and Aquaculture Town of Eastern Visayas
Hinunangan Southern Leyte Rice Granary of Southern Leyte
Laoang Northern Samar The Economic, Educational, Socio-Cultural and Political Center of Northern Samar's 2nd Congressional District
Leyte Leyte The Mother Municipality of Leyte province
Limasawa Southern Leyte The First Mass Site in the Philippines
Maasin Southern Leyte Religious and Miraculous City in the Philippines
Naval Biliran The Undiscovered Paradise
Ormoc Leyte The economic, cultural, commercial and transportation hub of western Leyte
San Antonio Hilagang Samar Undisturbed Paradise and Future Premier Tourist Destination in Eastern Visayas
Tacloban Leyte Queen City of the Orient Seas
Regional Center of Eastern Visayas
The Gateway to Eastern Visayas
City of Hope
Tanauan Leyte Cradle of the Intellectuals
Skimboarding Capital of the Philippines

Mindanao[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

Tangway ng Zamboanga (Rehiyon IX): Pagadian[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

City/Municipality Province Nicknames References
Baliguian Zamboanga del Norte Philippine Eagle Capital of Zanorte
Dapitan Zamboanga del Norte The Shrine City of the Philippines
Historic City of the South
Amusement Capital of the South
Rizal City of the South
[29]
Dipolog Zamboanga del Norte The Locust City
The Orchid City of the Philippines
Bottled Sardines Capital of the Philippines
[2][29]
Gutalac Zamboanga del Norte Pebbles Capital of the Philippines
Ipil Zamboanga Sibugay Heart of Zamboanga Peninsula
Isabela Basilan The Economic Center of Basilan
Kalawit Zamboanga del Norte Carabao Capital of Mindanao
Katipunan Zamboanga del Norte Adventure Capital of Zanorte
The Highest Mountain of Zanorte
Labason Zamboanga del Norte Fresh Fish Capital of Zanorte
Danggit Capital of the South
Lapuyan Zamboanga del Sur Little America
Subanen Land
Culture-Friendly Municipality
Liloy Zamboanga del Norte Peanut Capital of Zanorte
Manukan Zamboanga del Norte Chicken Capital of the South
Mutia Zamboanga del Norte Mountain Resort of Zanorte
Pagadian Zamboanga del Sur The Little Hong Kong of the South [29]
Piñan Zamboanga del Norte Inland Resort Capital of Zanorte
Polanco Zamboanga del Norte Marang Capital of the Philippines
President Manuel A. Roxas Zamboanga del Norte Industrial Capital of Zanorte
Salug Zamboanga del Norte Magnificent View Capital of Zanorte
Sergio Osmeña Sr. Zamboanga del Norte Vegetable Bowl of Zanorte
Sibuco Zamboanga del Norte Last Frontier of Zanorte in the South
Sibutad Zamboanga del Norte Mineral Premier Capital of the South
Sindangan Zamboanga del Norte Fishing Capital of Zanorte
Siocon Zamboanga del Norte Kalaw (hornbill) Capital of Zanorte
Titay Zamboanga Sibugay The Central Axis of Zampen
Tukuran Zamboanga del Sur Swimming Capital of Zamboanga del Sur
The Isthmus of Zamboanga Peninsula
Dumingag Zamboanga del Sur Gold Town
Child Friendly Municipality
Organic Capital Zamboanga Peninsula
Lungsod ng Zamboanga The City of Flowers
Asia's Latin City
The Sardines Capital of the Philippines
[2][5][29]

Hilagang Mindanao (Rehiyon X): Cagayan de Oro[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

Lungsod/Munisipalidad Probinsya Palayaw Sangunian
Cagayan de Oro Misamis Oriental The City of Golden Friendship
The Heart of Northern Mindanao
The Gateway to the Land of Promise
The City of Gold
The River Rafting Capital of the Philippines
[29]
Clarin Misamis Occidental Suman Town
Damulog Bukidnon Passway to Northern Mindanao
Land of the Virgin Nature
Don Carlos Bukidnon Little Vigan of Bukidnon
El Salvador Misamis Oriental The City of Mercy or "City of The Saviour"
Christ City of the Philippines
Gingoog Misamis Oriental The City of Good Luck [29]
Iligan Lanao del Norte The Industrial Center of the South
The City of Majestic Waterfalls
[29]
Impasugong Bukidnon Home of the Finest Cowboys
Jimenez Misamis Occidental Heritage Town
Kadingilan Bukidnon Green Haven of the South
Kalilangan Bukidnon Gateway to Bangsamoro
Kitaotao Bukidnon Mango Capital of Bukidnon
Lantapan Bukidnon Vegetable Basket of Mindanao
Heart of Bukidnon
Linamon Lanao del Norte Beach Capital of Lanao del Norte
Malaybalay Bukidnon South Summer Capital of the Philippines
The City in the Forest of the South
[29]
Malitbog Bukidnon Bukidnon's Great North [29]
Mambajao Camiguin Lanzones Capital of the Philippines [29]
Manolo Fortich Bukidnon Adventure Capital of Bukidnon
Maramag Bukidnon The Place for Secured Investment
Tangub Misamis Occidental The Christmas Symbols City of the Philippines [29]
Tubod Lanao del Norte Motocross Capital of the Philippines
Oroquieta Misamis Occidental The City of Good Life [29]
Ozamiz Misamis Occidental The Historical, Cultural, and Pilgrimage Destination
Gem of Panguil Bay
Gateway to Northwestern Mindanao
Quezon Bukidnon Sugar Capital of Bukidnon
San Fernando Bukidnon Bukidnon's Gateway to Davao
Sugbongcogon Misamis Oriental Greenest Municipality of Misamis Oriental
Talakag Bukidnon The Highlander's Golden Paradise of Bukidnon
Valencia Bukidnon The City of Golden Harvest

Rehiyon ng Davao (Rehiyon XI): Davao City[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

Lungsod/Munisipalidad Probinsya Palayaw Sangunian
Lungsod ng Dabaw Davao del Sur King City of the South
Crown Jewel of Mindanao
Fruit Basket of the Philippines
Philippines' Little Japan
Eco-Adventure Capital of the Philippines
Durian Capital of the Philippines
City of Royalties
[29][30]
Digos Davao del Sur City of Sweet Mangoes
Clay Capital of Mindanao
Gate City of the South
Champion City of Good Governance
Mati Davao Oriental Coconut Capital of the Philippines
Malita Davao Occidental Banana Capital of Davao Occidental
Whaleshark Capital of Mindanao
Mawab Davao de Oro Bibingka Capital of Davao Region
Monkayo Davao de Oro Gold Ore Capital of Davao de Oro
Nabunturan Davao de Oro Home of the Biggest Gold Ring in the Philippines
Panabo Davao del Norte Banana Capital of the Philippines
Samal Davao del Norte Island Garden City
Philippines' Largest Resort City
IGaCoS
[31]
Tagum Davao del Norte Music Capital of the South
Palm City of the Philippines
City of Golden Opportunities
The Little Green Singapore of the South
Tourist Capital of the South
City of Perfect Harmony
City of Parks
City of Festivals
[32]

SOCCSKSARGEN (Rehiyon XII): Koronadal[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

Lunsod/Munisipalidad Probisya Palayaw Sangunian
Alamada Cotabato Home to the Asik-Asik Falls
Antipas Cotabato The Economic Center of Arakan Valley Complex
Bagumbayan Sultan Kudarat Central Mindanao's new source for export-quality Banana and Pineapple
Heneral Santos The Tuna Capital of the Philippines [29]
Kidapawan Cotabato Spring in the Highlands
City of Fruits
Second Fruit Basket of the Philippines
City at the Foot of Mt. Apo
[33]
Koronadal South Cotabato The Ilonggo City of Mindanao
The Crown City of the South
The Sports Mecca of the South
Maitum Sarangani Sarangani's Cradle of Civilization
Norala South Cotabato Land of the Dreamweavers
Rice Bowl of South Cotabato
President Quirino Sultan Kudarat Banana Capital of Sultan Kudarat
Surallah South Cotabato Alternate Provincial Agro-Industrial Center
Tacurong Sultan Kudarat The City of Goodwill
Commercial Center of Sultan Kudarat
Tupi South Cotabato Fruit, Vegetable and Flower Basket of South Cotabato

Caraga Region (Region XIII): Butuan[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

City/Municipality Province Nicknames References
Bayugan Agusan del Sur City of Rice, Corn and Flowers
Cut Flower Capital of Agusan del Sur
Agusan del Sur Growth Center
Timberland City
Rice Capital of Agusan del Sur
Bislig Surigao del Sur The Booming City by the Bay
The City of Wonders
The Organic City of the Philippines
Butuan Agusan del Norte Home of the Balangays
Caraga's Economic Hub
Timber City of the South
Premier Forest City
[34]
Cantilan Surigao del Sur The Cradle Town
Dapa Surigao del Norte Growth Center of the Beautiful Islands of Siargao
Dinagat Dinagat Islands The Mother Municipality of Dinagat Islands
Esperanza Agusan del Sur Tilapia Capital of Agusan del Sur
The Home of Cultural Diversity
General Luna Surigao del Norte Surfing Capital of the Philippines
Hinatuan Surigao del Sur The Home to the Enchanted River
Lanuza Surigao del Sur Surfing Gateway of the Philippines
Magallanes Agusan del Norte Safety Matches Capital of the Philippines
Nasipit Agusan del Norte Gateway to Agusan del Norte
Placer Surigao del Norte The Golden Town
San Francisco Agusan del Sur The Commercial Capital of Agusan del Sur
San Jose Dinagat Islands The Place of Mystical Adventure
Lungsod ng Surigao Surigao del Norte City of Island Adventures
Gateway to Mindanao

Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM): Lungsod ng Cotabato[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

Lungsod/Munisipalidad Probinsya Palayaw Sangunian
Lungsod ng Cotabato City of Cultural Charms
City of Rivers and Creeks
Tagalog City of Mindanao
Stone Fortress of Mindanao
Halal Capital of the Philippines
Jolo Sulu Home to Mindanao's Original Royalties [29]
Lamitan Basilan Lami-Lamihan City
Marawi Lanao del Sur The Only Islamic City in the Philippines [29]
Shariff Aguak Maguindanao Maguindanao's Political Dynasty Town
Sibutu Tawi-Tawi Home to the descendants of Malay Royalty in Borneo
Simunul Tawi-Tawi The site of Oldest Mosque in the Philippines and Home of Sheikh Makdum
Sitangkai Tawi-Tawi Southernmost Municipality in the Philippines; known as "Venice of the South"

Talasangunian[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

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  3. Sunshine City celebrates 48th Charter Day Accessed August 23, 2013
  4. The Sparkling Gem of Ilocandia Accessed August 23, 2013
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  6. Strawberry capital marks strawberry fest Accessed August 22, 2013
  7. City of Angels Naka-arkibo 2012-05-01 sa Wayback Machine. Accessed August 24, 2013
  8. In the City of Angels, they use condoms Naka-arkibo 2013-05-28 sa Wayback Machine. Accessed August 24, 2013
  9. Onion Capital ng RP Accessed August 24, 2013
  10. Coffin Capital happy on Undas Accessed August 24, 2013
  11. "coffee-capital-of-the-philippines"/ Amadeo: Coffee Capital of the Philippines Accessed August 22, 2013
  12. Jago-on, Karen; Siringan, Fernando; Balangue-Tarriela, Rosana; Taniguchi, Makoto; Reyes, Yvette Kirsten; Lloren, Ronald; Peña, Maria Angelica; Bagalihog, Elenito (21 December 2015). "Hot spring resort development in Laguna Province, Philippines: Challenges in water use regulation". Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies. 11: 96–106. doi:10.1016/j.ejrh.2015.11.020.
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  14. San Pedro, Laguna
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  16. CNNGo: The Philippines' best beaches and islands Accessed August 22, 2013
  17. Puerto Galera is 2005's world's most beautiful bay Accessed August 22, 2013
  18. Broke in Puerto Galera: it isn't called the poor man's Boracay for nothing! Accessed August 22, 2013
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  21. Naga, the Queen City of Bicol Accessed May 6, 2013
  22. The Queen City of Bicol Accessed May 7, 2013
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  24. The Naga We Know will be launched on Aug. 31 Naka-arkibo 2014-04-13 sa Wayback Machine.
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  28. Carcar, Heritage City of Cebu Accessed August 22, 2013
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  31. Island Garden City of Samal Naka-arkibo 2013-07-15 sa Wayback Machine. Accessed August 24, 2013
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