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Pancit Malabon / Homemade
Pancit Malabon / Homemade
Published: 2014/07/17
Channel: Loren sweety
Good News: Malabon Experience!
Good News: Malabon Experience!
Published: 2016/08/01
Channel: GMA News
Pinas Sarap: Ang makasaysayang pinagmulan ng Pancit Malabon
Pinas Sarap: Ang makasaysayang pinagmulan ng Pancit Malabon
Published: 2017/04/21
Channel: GMA Public Affairs
Malabon City
Malabon City
Published: 2016/03/04
Channel: Patrick Pogi
QRT: 4 na pulis-Malabon, inaresto dahil sa pagdukot at pangingikil umano sa isang babae
QRT: 4 na pulis-Malabon, inaresto dahil sa pagdukot at pangingikil umano sa isang babae
Published: 2017/05/23
Channel: GMA News
kilos na malabon yeah
kilos na malabon yeah
Published: 2013/05/27
Channel: orven toscano
Pancit Malabon
Pancit Malabon
Published: 2010/08/05
Channel: Panlasang Pinoy
Kris & Bimby visit San Bartolome de Malabon Church
Kris & Bimby visit San Bartolome de Malabon Church
Published: 2015/04/29
Channel: ABS-CBN Entertainment
CCTV captures shooting incident in Malabon
CCTV captures shooting incident in Malabon
Published: 2016/12/09
Channel: UNTV News and Rescue
Bahay Katay - Malabon Thugs - Rap Song Competition @ El Katay Tres
Bahay Katay - Malabon Thugs - Rap Song Competition @ El Katay Tres
Published: 2017/03/21
Channel: Bahay Katay Tournament
What
What's the secret of the famous Pancit Malabon?
Published: 2015/04/30
Channel: ABS-CBN Entertainment
Bandila: Residential area sa Malabon, nasunog
Bandila: Residential area sa Malabon, nasunog
Published: 2017/02/08
Channel: ABS-CBN News
Malabon Can
Malabon Can't Stop the Feeling
Published: 2016/11/02
Channel: Pat McGillivray
342nd VLOG | MAY 21 2017 | MUTYA NG MALABON 2017 VLOG!
342nd VLOG | MAY 21 2017 | MUTYA NG MALABON 2017 VLOG!
Published: 2017/05/22
Channel: BlackCookiesVlogs
Exclusive | Notoryus umanong killer ng mga police asset, naaresto sa Malabon
Exclusive | Notoryus umanong killer ng mga police asset, naaresto sa Malabon
Published: 2016/07/20
Channel: News5Everywhere
UKG: Pulis-Malabon sugatan sa barilan sa Navotas
UKG: Pulis-Malabon sugatan sa barilan sa Navotas
Published: 2017/06/06
Channel: ABS-CBN News
Cindy by Malabon THUGS  Tuglaks Krays Sparo J-twist
Cindy by Malabon THUGS Tuglaks Krays Sparo J-twist
Published: 2012/02/16
Channel: chizell24
Bahay Katay - Malabon Thugs - Rap Song Competition @ Cannivalismo
Bahay Katay - Malabon Thugs - Rap Song Competition @ Cannivalismo
Published: 2017/01/11
Channel: Bahay Katay Tournament
BP: Mahigit 150 bahay sa Malabon, nasunog
BP: Mahigit 150 bahay sa Malabon, nasunog
Published: 2017/07/26
Channel: GMA News
Pulis Malabon, tinambangan ng riding-in-tandem criminals
Pulis Malabon, tinambangan ng riding-in-tandem criminals
Published: 2017/06/06
Channel: UNTV News and Rescue
Malabon Brass Band The Best of Parada Pilipino Volume 2 Full Album
Malabon Brass Band The Best of Parada Pilipino Volume 2 Full Album
Published: 2017/05/26
Channel: Alpha Records
tuglaks and malabon thugs nonstop rap love songs
tuglaks and malabon thugs nonstop rap love songs
Published: 2014/01/25
Channel: kcin elomina
CiNDY - MALABON THUGS TUGLAKS KRAYS SPARO & J-TWiST ( LYRiCS )
CiNDY - MALABON THUGS TUGLAKS KRAYS SPARO & J-TWiST ( LYRiCS )
Published: 2012/10/13
Channel: NegativeViVESLyricsHD
SUPER EASY AND DELICIOUS PANCIT MALABON!
SUPER EASY AND DELICIOUS PANCIT MALABON!
Published: 2017/06/11
Channel: Kuya Fern's Cooking
Lalaki patay, pulis sugatan sa Malabon
Lalaki patay, pulis sugatan sa Malabon
Published: 2015/08/19
Channel: ABS-CBN News
Hinihinalang mga miyembro ng gun-for-hire, arestado sa Malabon
Hinihinalang mga miyembro ng gun-for-hire, arestado sa Malabon
Published: 2016/01/12
Channel: News5Everywhere
TV Patrol: Binatilyo, patay matapos magulungan ng truck sa Malabon
TV Patrol: Binatilyo, patay matapos magulungan ng truck sa Malabon
Published: 2016/08/25
Channel: ABS-CBN News
Demonyo sa Sementeryo
Demonyo sa Sementeryo
Published: 2015/10/30
Channel: ABS-CBN News
PULIS SA MALABON, ARESTADO DAHIL SA PANGGUGULO AT DROGA
PULIS SA MALABON, ARESTADO DAHIL SA PANGGUGULO AT DROGA
Published: 2016/09/14
Channel: News5Everywhere
Blood Type R - Cheyza Feat. Sparo Of Malabon THUGS( Official Music Video )
Blood Type R - Cheyza Feat. Sparo Of Malabon THUGS( Official Music Video )
Published: 2013/05/07
Channel: chizell24
Sayang Naman - MALABON THUGS ft. CHUBB-J & INOZENT.1 of JUANTHUGS
Sayang Naman - MALABON THUGS ft. CHUBB-J & INOZENT.1 of JUANTHUGS
Published: 2012/06/15
Channel: ChubbJTV
Kagawad, arestado sa drug buy-bust operation sa Malabon City
Kagawad, arestado sa drug buy-bust operation sa Malabon City
Published: 2017/01/06
Channel: UNTV News and Rescue
Malabon Hymn with Lyrics - ANG BAGONG MALABON
Malabon Hymn with Lyrics - ANG BAGONG MALABON
Published: 2014/05/20
Channel: Kenneth Christian Miranda
Pacquiao, 16-anyos nang tumira sa Malabon at nagtrabahong panadero at construction worker
Pacquiao, 16-anyos nang tumira sa Malabon at nagtrabahong panadero at construction worker
Published: 2015/04/29
Channel: GMA News
Documentary Malabon City Philippine History
Documentary Malabon City Philippine History
Published: 2014/03/14
Channel: Joelbyn Datu
Bahay Kubo March By Malabon Brass Band (Music & Video) Alpha Music
Bahay Kubo March By Malabon Brass Band (Music & Video) Alpha Music
Published: 2013/10/25
Channel: Alpha Records
Sampaguita March by Malabon Brass Band
Sampaguita March by Malabon Brass Band
Published: 2017/03/19
Channel: OPM Vinyl Playlist
Selos pt.2 by Malabon THUGS Sparo Tuglaks Krays J-twist
Selos pt.2 by Malabon THUGS Sparo Tuglaks Krays J-twist
Published: 2012/02/16
Channel: chizell24
Balewala - Malabon thugs LYRICS!
Balewala - Malabon thugs LYRICS!
Published: 2009/10/08
Channel: okhita
Kris tries Malabon
Kris tries Malabon's famous crispy pata
Published: 2015/04/30
Channel: ABS-CBN Entertainment
Real Malabon Pride By: Lhipkram
Real Malabon Pride By: Lhipkram
Published: 2015/09/16
Channel: Mr.brown Production
C.M.T. Connection - Caloocan Malabon Tondo
C.M.T. Connection - Caloocan Malabon Tondo
Published: 2015/10/25
Channel: Proilan Pontillas OPM RAP 2
UB: 2 barangay kagawad, patay sa pamamaril sa Malabon
UB: 2 barangay kagawad, patay sa pamamaril sa Malabon
Published: 2016/03/28
Channel: GMA News
KONEKTADO#3- Malabon Thugs Directed by: Mike Swift & J-Hon
KONEKTADO#3- Malabon Thugs Directed by: Mike Swift & J-Hon
Published: 2011/05/17
Channel: Konektado World
NMO  MALABON THUGS SPARO TUGLAKS KRAYSIZ JTWIST 187 WDDWM MIXTAPE
NMO MALABON THUGS SPARO TUGLAKS KRAYSIZ JTWIST 187 WDDWM MIXTAPE
Published: 2013/05/11
Channel: chizell24
24oras: Mga hayop sa Malabon Zoo, maagang nagdiwang ng Father
24oras: Mga hayop sa Malabon Zoo, maagang nagdiwang ng Father's day
Published: 2012/06/15
Channel: GMA News
Lalala - Malabon Thugs (Casanova Flavas Vol4)
Lalala - Malabon Thugs (Casanova Flavas Vol4)
Published: 2014/02/19
Channel: Martial Camp
Caught on CCTV in Tanyong, Malabon City
Caught on CCTV in Tanyong, Malabon City
Published: 2017/01/05
Channel: WatchMe Trends
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STREET2DEMIC - Lhipkram Feat.kido plaia - Batang Malabon - (Official Music Video)
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Mahiwagang gulay by Negga bone ft Tuglaks (Malabon THUGS)
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Malabon
Highly-Urbanized City
City of Malabon
(From top, left to right): St. James Academy (Malabon) beside the San Bartolome Parish Church of Malabon of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Kalookan City, City Proper, Commercial Centre, Barangay San Agustin.
(From top, left to right): St. James Academy (Malabon) beside the San Bartolome Parish Church of Malabon of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Kalookan City, City Proper, Commercial Centre, Barangay San Agustin.
Official seal of Malabon
Seal
Location within Metro Manila
Location within Metro Manila
Malabon is located in Philippines
Malabon
Malabon
Location within the Philippines
Coordinates: 14°40′N 120°58′E / 14.66°N 120.96°E / 14.66; 120.96Coordinates: 14°40′N 120°58′E / 14.66°N 120.96°E / 14.66; 120.96
Country Philippines
Region National Capital Region
Districts Lone District of Malabon City
Cityhood April 21, 2001
Barangays 21
Government
 • Mayor Antolin A. Oreta lll (Liberal)
 • Vice Mayor Jeannie Sandoval (Nacionalista)
 • Congressman Federico Sandoval II (NPC)
 • Sangguniang Panlungsod
Area
 • Total 15.96 km2 (6.16 sq mi)
Population (2015 census)[1]
 • Total 365,525
 • Density 23,000/km2 (59,000/sq mi)
ZIP code 1470 - 1480
IDD:area code +63 (0)02
Website www.malabon.gov.ph

Malabon, officially the City of Malabon (Filipino: Lungsod ng Malabon), is one of the cities and municipalities that make up Metro Manila in the Philippines. According to the 2015 census, it has a population of 365,525.[1] Located just north of Manila, it is primarily a residential and industrial town and is one of the most densely populated cities in the metropolis. It has a total land area of 15.96 square kilometers.

Malabon is part of the sub-region of Metro Manila informally called CAMANAVA, which consists of CAloocan, MAlabon, NAvotas, and VAlenzuela cities. Caloocan lies to the south and east, Navotas to the west, and Valenzuela to the north. Malabon also borders the town of Obando in the province of Bulacan to the northwest.

History[edit]

Malabon, per legend, came from the words maraming labong which means "plenty of labong", the edible bamboo shoots. Originally called the town of Tambobong, Malabon was founded as a “Visita” of Tondo by the Augustinian friars on May 21, 1599 and remained under the administrative jurisdiction of the province of Tondo from 1627 to 1688.

Malabon played an important economic role in the late 19th century as evidenced by the establishment of the La Princesa Tabacalera in 1851 and the Malabon Sugar Company in 1878. La Princesa was under the corporate umbrella of Compañía General de Tabacos de Filipinas which was owned by the King of Spain, while the latter pioneered the refined sugar industry in the Philippines.

The newspaper La Independencia was first printed in Malabon’s Asilo de Huérfanos, where orphaned children due to a plague in 1882 were housed.[2][3]

Malabon was officially made a municipality of the newly created province of Rizal on June 11, 1901 by virtue of Philippine Commission Act No. 137.[4] When Act No. 942 was promulgated, Malabon was merged with Navotas under a new government.[5] On January 16, 1906, Act No. 1441 separated Malabon from Navotas into two distinct municipalities of the Rizal province. The first Mayor of Malabon was Don Agustin Salamante, a spanish mestizo originally from Cavite.

For 70 years, Malabon was a municipality of Rizal, until November 7, 1975, by virtue of Presidential Decree No. 824, when Malabon became a part of Metropolitan Manila or the National Capital Region. Malabon became a city on April 21, 2001, under Republic Act No. 9019 when Malabon was 407 years old.

Former Mayor Tito Oreta, who died in office in 2012, was credited with building some of Malabon's most important modern infrastructure projects, including the new eleven-storey Malabon City Hall, the Oreta Sports Complex Building and a Government Center Annex.[6]

Geography[edit]

Malabon is one of the most densely populated cities in The Philippines and its low-lying, flat terrain makes it prone to frequent flooding, especially during high tides, heavy rains and when river and dams overflow. The four cities in CAMANAVA are commonly affected by interconnected rivers, one of which is the Tullahan River.

The river system used to be navigable and fishing was the major livelihood activity in the area. The river used to be wider, deeper, had better quality water and was a regular source of different species of fish, which were an important food source for local residents. Also, trees and crops like palay (rice) and vegetables used to be grown along the riverbanks. However, these agricultural plots have been replaced by industrial yards, which also became home to thousands of informal settlers who built makeshift dwellings without legal claim to the land.

In recent years, floods have worsened, occurring more frequently and reaching levels of several feet deep. Most affected are families in the communities that are along or near the riverbanks. The river has become narrower and shallower over the years, and its capacity to hold water has decreased. With more frequent intense rains, the riverbanks flood regularly and flooding reaches farther into low-lying and densely populated areas of the city[7]

Barangays[edit]

Political map of Malabon

Before the present-day Malabon, the town was originally composed of sitios (barangay) and others were further divided into two or more purok (zone).

  • Baritan
  • Bayan-bayanan
  • Concepcion
  • Dampalit
  • Hulong Duhat
  • Flores
  • Ibaba
  • Maysilo
  • Panghulo
  • San Agustin
  • Tañong
  • Tonsuya
  • Niugan
  • Longos
  • Tinajeros
  • Catmon
  • Potrero

Malabon City is now divided into 21 barangays.

District I
  • Baritan
  • Bayan-bayanan
  • Catmon
  • Concepcion
  • Dampalit
  • Flores
  • Hulong Duhat
  • Ibaba
  • Maysilo
  • Muzon
  • Niugan
  • Panghulo
  • San Agustin
  • Santolan
  • Tañong
District II
  • Acacia
  • Longos
  • Potrero
  • Tinajeros
  • Tonsuya
  • Tugatog

Demographics[edit]

Population census of Malabon
Year Pop. ±% p.a.
1903 20,136 —    
1918 21,695 +0.50%
1939 33,285 +2.06%
1948 46,455 +3.77%
1960 76,438 +4.24%
1970 141,514 +6.35%
1975 174,878 +4.34%
1980 191,001 +1.78%
1990 280,027 +3.90%
1995 347,484 +4.13%
2000 338,855 −0.54%
2007 363,681 +0.98%
2010 353,337 −1.04%
2015 365,525 +0.65%
Source: Philippine Statistics Authority[1][8][9][10]

Religion[edit]

Roman Catholicism - Malabon belongs to the Roman Catholic Diocese of Kalookan. Almost 80% of the people here adhere to this religion. The seat of the Bishop of Kalookan in Malabon is in San Roque Cathedral Parish, A. Mabini St. Caloocan City. Today there are eight Roman Catholic Parishes in Malabon: San Bartolome, Sto. Rosario, Immaculate Conception, Exaltation of the Cross, San Antonio de Padua, Sacred Heart of Jesus, Immaculate Heart of Mary and Sts. Peter and John. Another parish church, Santa Clara of Assisi in Barangay Longos, is under planning stages.

Other religions in Malabon include Iglesia Filipina Independiente (belongs to the Diocese of Rizal and Pampanga,Parish of La Purisima Concepion de Malabon), Baptists, Jesus the Living Stone International Assembly of God, Iglesia ni Cristo, Members Church of God International, Jesus Is Lord Church, and Seventh-day Adventist.

Economy[edit]

Malabon industries include sugar refinery, patis making, cigar making,candle production, fishing and Ilang-ilang trees flower extract production where the distilled perfume is exported.

Tourism[edit]

The Malabon City Tourism Office launched the Malabon Tricycle Tours in December 2014. The tours take visitors to eight heritage sites including the newly renovated 400-year-old San Bartolome Church as well as to notable heritage houses like the Raymundo House and Ibaviosa House.[11]

On March 14, 2015, the tours started to offer visitors a unique gastronomic experience through visits to the city's home-based eateries. This culinary aspect was the brainchild of current Mayor Antonlin Oreta III's wife Melissa Oreta, who is a chef by profession.[12]

Politics and government[edit]

On April 21, 2008, Malabon City’s newly constructed 11-storey city hall building along F. Sevilla Blvd. in Barangay San Agustin, was inaugurated by Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo on Malabon’s 7th City anniversary. It was dubbed as a “potential business center of the city,” a one-stop shop for government transactions, due to its state-of-the-art facilities such as 3 high-speed elevators and the new city hall building and its offices' “digital system.”[13][14]

The Sangguniang Kabataan Federation led by Von Paulo Oreta III (grandson of mayor Tito Oreta) developed a system of the politics which became the key to the acceleration of the development of cities with the help the other chairman

The city's representative to National Sangguniang Kabataan Federation of the Philippines is Noly Miranda of Navotas, whereby the city has won the award of "Best Implementing Rule And Objection Of The Year".

Culture[edit]

The city is considered as the local Venice, due to year-long floods and gradual sinking. The City of Malabon is a place famous for its Pancit Malabon and its predominantly Atlantic ambience. It is also famous for other variety of foods(kakanin), such as puto sulot, puto bumbong, sapin-sapin, broas, bibingka and camachile. The culinary delights are abundant in its specialty eateries such as Nanay’s Pancit Malabon, Rosy’s Pancit Malabon, the Pescadores Restaurant and the Balsa sa Niugan, a floating restaurant with 350 seats. Malabon is also the home of the famous Dolor's Kakanin.

Its most famous festival is the "Pagoda-Caracol", a fluvial procession with street dancing to commemorate the Feast of the Immaculate Conception every 8 December.

The city of Malabon is also home for famous personalities. It includes Epifanio de los Santos (historian and hero), Timoteo Paez (hero), Nonoy Marcelo (cartoonist), Ildefonso Santos (poet)and his son Ildefonso P. Santos Jr. (National Artist in Architecture), Gregorio Sanciangco (writer), Loren Legarda (senator), Angelika de la Cruz (artist), Erik Santos (artist and singer), Rochelle Pangilinan (artist), and Phil Younghusband (football player).

Heritage houses[edit]

Malabon houses several old homes of historical value: the Dionisio family home, the Rivera house, the Villongco house, the Luna house, the Martinez house, the Chikiamco house, the Rojas-Borja house, the Santos-Lapus house, the Luna house, the Pantaleon Bautista house, the SyJuco (formerly Gaza) house, and the Raymundo house, considered to be the oldest located on C. Arellano Street. Other old but well preserved heritage houses in Malabon include the Asilo de Huérfanos, the Paez House, and the Nepomuceno House.[15]

Education[edit]

  • The De La Salle Araneta University is the seventh campus of De La Salle Philippines. It was formerly known as the Gregorio Araneta University Foundation which was established in 1946 as the Araneta Institute of Agriculture in Bulacan, then transferred to Malabon the year after. In 1978 it was renamed as the Gregorio Araneta University Foundation. Integration of the university to the DLS System started since 1987 and in 2002 became an official member of the system. The university specializes in Veterinary Medicine and Agricultural Sciences.
  • As an agricultural University - Salikneta Farm (formerly known as Saliksik-Araneta)located at the City of San Jose Del Monte, Bulacan. Its total land area is 64 hectares of farm land owned by Gregorio Araneta University Foundation (now known as De La Salle Araneta University). The wide farmland is used for forestry and agricultural operations for student training purposes.

Aside from serving as a laboratory and research facility, an agricultural-forestryecology- tourism-integrated farm complete with recreational facilities such as horse back riding, carabao cart-pulling for passengers, fishing, camping, mini-zoo and conference area is envisioned in Salikneta.

  • Arellano University-Jose Rizal High School now Elisa Esguerra Campus, established in 1950, is the fifth campus of Arellano University.
  • The City of Malabon University or CMU is the city university. It is located in Barangay Longos, Malabon City.
  • There are also TESDA-accredited schools in the city. It includes the City of Malabon Polytechnic Institute, I.Learn Center Philippines St. Catherine Institute of Technology,and St. Amatiel College.

On the other hand, Malabon National High School or MNHS is the pilot secondary school and the most populous school in the city. The school offers three curriculum: Engineering and Science Education Program (ESEP; popularly known as Special Science Class or SSC), Special Program in the Arts (SPA) and the K-to-12 Education Curriulum.

There are other twelve public secondary schools in Malabon namely the Malabon National High School and Malabon National High School-Concepcion Voc-Tech Annex, Tinajeros National High School and Tinajeros National High School-Acacia Annex, Catmon Integrated School, Col. Ramon Camus Integrated School, Longos National High School, Panghulo National High School, Potrero National High School, Tañong Integrated School, Tañong National High School and Tugatog National High School.

Sister cities[edit]

Local[edit]

International[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Census of Population (2015). "National Capital Region (NCR)". Total Population by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay. PSA. Retrieved 20 June 2016. 
  2. ^ manilastandardtoday.com, Malabon City: A sight of progress
  3. ^ wikimapia.org, Malabon City Hall
  4. ^ "An Act Extending the Provisions of the Provincial Government Act to the Province of Rizal". LawPH.com. Retrieved 2011-04-12. 
  5. ^ "An Act Reducing the Thirty-two Municipalities of the Province of Rizal to Fifteen". LawPH.com. Retrieved 2011-04-12. 
  6. ^ Melican, Nathaniel R. (2012-09-03). "Longtime Malabon Mayor Tito Oreta, 73, dies of lung cancer". Philippine Inquirer. Retrieved 2012-10-03. 
  7. ^ CDKN INSIDE STORY: Understanding the risk of flooding in the city: The case of Barangay Potrero, Metro Manila
  8. ^ Census of Population and Housing (2010). "National Capital Region (NCR)". Total Population by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay. NSO. Retrieved 29 June 2016. 
  9. ^ Census of Population (1995, 2000 and 2007). "National Capital Region (NCR)". Total Population by Province, City and Municipality. NSO. Archived from the original on 24 June 2011. 
  10. ^ "Province of Metro Manila, 3rd (Not a Province)". Municipality Population Data. Local Water Utilities Administration Research Division. Retrieved 17 December 2016. 
  11. ^ Fenix, Micky (25 December 2014). "Food trip: A taste of Malabon via tricycle". Inquirer. Retrieved 4 April 2015. 
  12. ^ Granali, Rima (29 March 2015). "Malabon City ‘tricycle tours’: Narrow streets, wide choices". Inquirer. Retrieved 4 April 2015. 
  13. ^ PGMA to inaugurate new 11-storey Malabon City Hall building tomorrow
  14. ^ Inauguration of the new Malabon City Hall Building
  15. ^ Inquirer.net, Malabon’s old houses survive time and tide
  16. ^ "Overseas Sister Cities". Daejeon Jung-gu District. Retrieved 4 February 2015. 

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