What is the zip code of Lapu Lapu?

What is the zip code of Lapu Lapu?

Lapu-Lapu City/Zip codes

What is the zip code of Cebu province?

Cebu City Postal ZIP Code: 6000

Location ZIP Code Phone Area Code
Cebu City 6000 32
Compostela 6003 32
Consolacion 6001 32
Cordova 6017 32

What is the postal code of aloguinsan?

List of zip codes.

Zip Code Barangay City
6040 Aloguinsan Cebu

Is ZIP code and PIN code same?

PIN code stands for Postal Index Number code. Also known as Zip code or area postal code, Pin code is the post office numbering code system used by the postal service of India, India Post. The PIN was first introduced in India on August 15, 1972.

Is postal code the ZIP Code?

A postal code (also known locally in various English-speaking countries throughout the world as a postcode, post code, PIN or ZIP Code) is a series of letters or digits or both, sometimes including spaces or punctuation, included in a postal address for the purpose of sorting mail.

Where is Bantayan Island in the Philippines located?

Bantayan Island. Bantayan Island is an island located in the Visayan Sea, Philippines. It is situated to the west of the northern end of Cebu island, across the Tañon Strait.

How big is the city of Bantayan in Cebu?

ZIP code: 6052 IDD : area code Bantayan is located on Bantayan Island, 136 kilometres (85 miles) from Cebu City. According to the 2015 census, it has a population of 79,084, making it the island’s most populous town as well as the largest.

What are the names of the municipalities on Bantayan Island?

The island is administratively divided into three municipalities : 1 Bantayan (the largest municipality, covering the central part) 2 Madridejos (covering the northern portion) 3 Santa Fe (center of tourism in Bantayan Island, covering the southeastern portion) More

Which is the native language of Bantayan Island?

The Bantayanon language is mostly a mixture of different neighbouring Visayan languages: The principally native Cebuano (from Cebu and Eastern Negros) and Hiligaynon (from Western Negros and Iloilo ), Boholano (from Bohol ), Masbateño (from Masbate) and Waray-Waray (from Leyte and Samar ).

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