NCR-National Capital Region in Luzon

The National Capital Region of the Philippines is is located in central Luzon and divided into four (4) districts and consists of 17 (Seventeen) cities. Altogether NCR has 1,695 barangays 1,695.

    • Population as of 2020 census: 13,484,462
    • Population as of 2015 census: 12,877,253
    • Population (as of Aug 1, 2007): 11,553,427
Cities In the National Capital Region (NCR) aslo known as “Metro Manila Area”
CityDistrict of the Region
Caloocan City, PhilippinesThird District
Las Piñas City, PhilippinesFourth District
Makati City, PhilippinesFourth District
Malabon City, PhilippinesThird District
Mandaluyong City, PhilippinesSecond District
Manila City, PhilippinesFirst District with 14 City Districts
Marikina City, PhilippinesSecond District
Muntinlupa City, PhilippinesFourth District
Navotas City, PhilippinesThird District
Parañaque City, PhilippinesFourth District
Pasay City, PhilippinesFourth District
Pasig City, PhilippinesSecond District
Pateros City, PhilippinesFourth District
Quezon City, PhilippinesSecond District
San Juan City, PhilippinesSecond District
Taguig City, PhilippinesFourth District
Valenzuela City, PhilippinesThird District

Featured News of The Philippines

Updated: December 22, 2022

Pangasinan town mayor donates 6-month salary to employees.
CALASIAO, Pangasinan – The mayor of this town has donated her six months worth of salary to provide rice assistance to all the municipal employees. On her Facebook page on Thursday, Mamilyn Agustin Caramat said this is her gift to the hardworking employees. Each of the 680 employees will receive a sack of 50 kilos of rice. Of the total number of employees, 285 are job order workers, 184 are casual employees, 199 are regular employees and 12 elected officials. “All of the employees will receive a sack of rice before Christmas,” Caramat said.


Baguio reminds tourists to continue observing health protocols
BAGUIO CITY – With the increase in tourist arrivals as Christmas nears, Mayor Benjamin Magalong on Thursday reminded anew residents and tourists that the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) remains a threat so there is the need to continue observing the minimum public health standards. “We still have the pandemic so we still have to be conscious of our protocols –wearing of masks, especially in congested areas, indoors and at the same time, we want you to enjoy,” Magalong said in a media interview. Baguio remains under a low-risk category of Covid-19 despite a spike in tourist arrivals.

Source: “PNA.GOV.PH

Last Updated on November 23, 2021

Last Updated on November 23, 2021

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