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Muntinlupa City

Muntinlupa City (pop. 379,310, 2000 Census) is one of the cities and municipalities that comprise Metro Manila in the Philippines. It is bordered on the north by the municipality of Taguig, to the northwest by Parañaque City, by Las Piñas City to the west, to the southwest by the municipality of Bacoor in the province of Cavite to the southwest, by the municipality of San Pedro, in the province of Laguna, and by Laguna de Bay to the east, the largest lake in the country.

City of Muntinlupa

Region: National Capital Region (NCR)
CityhoodMarch 1, 1995.
2000 census—379,310.
Density—8,122 per km².
Area: 46.70 km²
Barangays: 9
Congressional district: Lone District of Muntinlupa City
Class: 1st class; urban

Muntinlupa was once notoriously known as the home of the New Bilibid Prison, where the country's most dangerous criminals languish. Nowadays, it has largely shaken off this negative image to become one of the most progressive cities in the country. Muntinlupa is home to some of the best malls in Metro Manila and is the location of Ayala Alabang Village, the biggest in the country and where many of the wealthiest families live.

Table of contents
1 Districts and Barangays
2 Attractions
3 Educational Institutions
4 External Links

Districts and Barangays

Muntinlupa City is composed of a lone congressional district, and two legislative districts which are further subdivided into nine Barangays. Legislative District One contains four barangays in the southern half of the city, while legislative District Two occupies the five barangays in the northern portion of the city.

While barangays are the admnistrative divisions of the city, and are legally part of the addresses of establishments and homes, many residents indicate their subdivision (village) instead of their barangay.

Listed below are the barangays in each district plus some notable subdivisions.

District One Barangays

District Two Barangays



Educational Institutions

Colleges and Universities

High Schools

External Links

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