Lazi is a philippine municipality in the province Siquijor in Region VII Central Visayas which belongs to the Visayas group of islands. The municipality Lazi is seated about 20 km east-south-east of province capital Siquijor and about 671 km south-south-east of Philippine main capital Manila.
Lazi is a 4th class municipality. Regarding urbanization Lazi is classified as partly urban. Lazi occupies an area of 70.64 km². By the end of 2007 Lazi was the home of 19,440 residents. Thus by average 275.20 people are living on one km².
Administratively the Municipality of Lazi is subdivided into 18 barangays. 2 compose the center of the city wheras the other 16 are in the outlying areas. Some of them are even several kilometers away from the center of the Municipality. The most populous are Cangclaran, Talayong, Upper Cabangcalan, Po-o, Kimba, Tagmanocan, Cangomantong, Kinamandagan, Lower Cabangcalan, Tignao, Ytaya, Capalasanan, Nagerong, Catamboan (Pob.), Simacolong.
Among the bigger cities and municipalities in the neighborhood of Lazi there are Dipolog City (Zamboanga Del Norte) 80 km south-south-west, Dapitan City (Zamboanga Del Norte) 58 km south-south-west, Dumaguete City (Negros Oriental) 41 km west-north-west, Bais City (Negros Oriental) 75 km north-west, City Of Tanjay (Negros Oriental) 67 km north-west, Tagbilaran City (Bohol) 62 km north-north-east, Dalaguete (Cebu) 71 km north, Siaton (Negros Oriental) 66 km west, Oroquieta City (Misamis Occidental) 74 km south-south-east as well as 87 km west-north-west of Lazi the municipality Santa Catalina (Negros Oriental).