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Puerto Princesa City
Highly Urbanized City
Island Group Luzon
Region MIMAROPA
Province Palawan
Area 2,381.02 km²
Barangays 66
PSGC 175316000
ZIP 5300
Population
- Total 210,508
- Density/km² 88.41
Income class 1
Urbanisation partly urban
Location in the Philippines:

Puerto Princesa City

Puerto Princesa City is a philippine highly urbanized city in the province Palawan in Region IV-B MIMAROPA which be­longs to the Luzon group of islands. The highly urbanized city Puerto Princesa City is seated about 595 km south-south-west of Philippine main capital Manila.

Puerto Princesa City is a 1st class highly urbanized city. Regarding urbanization Puerto Princesa City is classified as partly urban. Puerto Princesa City occupies an area of 2,381.02 km². By the end of 2007 Puerto Princesa City was the home of 210,508 residents. Thus by average 88.41 people are living on one km².

Administratively the Highly Urbanized City of Puerto Princesa City is subdivided into 66 barangays. 26 compose the center of the city wheras the other 40 are in the outlying areas. Some of them are even several kilometers away from the center of the Highly Urbanized City. The most populous are Santa Lucia (Pob.), Maligaya (Pob.), Magkakaibigan (Pob.), Model (Pob.), Seaside (Pob.), Tanabag, Marufinas, Montible (Pob.), New Panggangan, Masigla (Pob.), Santa Cruz, Matiyaga (Pob.), Kalipay (Pob.), Maningning (Pob.), Bagong Pag-Asa (Pob.).

Among the bigger cities and muni­ci­pa­li­ties in the neigh­bor­hood of Puerto Princesa City there are Narra 60 km south-west, Quezon 94 km south-west, Roxas 94 km north-east, Rizal (Marcos) 49 km south-west as well as 38 km south-south-west of Puerto Princesa City the highly urbanized city Aborlan.


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