Iloilo is at the heart of the Philippine archipelago and the gateway to the flourishing region of Western Visayas. It occupies a huge portion of the island of Panay and is surrounded by the provinces of Antique in the west, Capiz in the north, the Jintotolo Channel in the northeast, the Guimaras Strait in the east, and the Iloilo Strait and Panay Gulf in the southwest.
Western Visayas (Region 6), Philippines, Southeast Asia
5,000.83 km2 OR (1,930.83 sq mi)
Total: 2,384,415 (2015 Census)
Iloilo Province is composed of 1 component city and 42 municipalities. It has 5 congressional districts with 1,721 barangays*. It is food producer and major source of human capital.
Iloilo City is a highly urbanized city composed of 7 districts with 180 barangays*. It functions as the service center and administrative hub of Western Visayas.
*barangay is the smallest political unit in the Philippines, subdivision of a city or municipality
Bringing investments to Iloilo and supporting the local government, making Iloilo an attractive investment proposition.
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