Paglat is a philippine municipality in the province Maguindanao
in Region Autonomous Region in Muslim
which belongs to the Mindanao group
of islands. The municipality Paglat is seated about 726 km north-west of province capital Shariff Aguak (Maganoy)
and about 213 km south-south-east of Philippine main capital Manila.
Regarding urbanization Paglat is classified as partly urban. Paglat occupies an area of 177.74 km². By the end of 2007 Paglat was the home of 23,432 residents. Thus by average 131.83 people are living on one km².
Administratively the Municipality of Paglat is subdivided into 8 barangays. The most populous are
Salam, Campo, Kakal, Tual, Damalusay, Upper Idtig, Paglat, Damakling.
Among the bigger cities and municipalities in the neighborhood of Paglat there are Naujan (Oriental Mindoro) 77 km north-west, Pinamalayan (Oriental Mindoro) 48 km west-north-west, Santa Cruz (Marinduque) 73 km north-north-east, Catanauan (Quezon) 98 km north-east, San Jose (Occidental Mindoro) 100 km west-south-west, City Of Calapan (Oriental Mindoro) 89 km north-west, Boac (Marinduque) 66 km north, Mulanay (Quezon) 100 km north-east, Roxas (Oriental Mindoro) 47 km south-west as well as 52 km west-south-west of Paglat the municipality Bongabong (Oriental Mindoro).