|Region||National Capital Region|
|District||1st District of Caloocan|
|• Barangay Captain||Joel Bacolod|
|• Total||5.24 km2 (2.02 sq mi)|
|• Density||50,000/km2 (130,000/sq mi)|
|Time zone||UTC+8 (PST)|
Bagong Silang or Barangay 176 is a barangay of Caloocan, Metro Manila, Philippines. It is known for being the most populous barangay in the Philippines, with a population of 261,729 according to the 2020 census.
The barangay was established during the rule of Ferdinand Marcos in 1971. The name of the barangay corresponds to the English word newborn, meant to signify renewed hope for its residents who were resettled from their original slum areas in Tondo, Manila, Commonwealth in Quezon City, and San Juan.
The barangay is located in North Caloocan. The Marilao River flows along the northern and western borders of the barangay, separating it from Bulacan. Barangay 175 lies south of Bagong Silang, while Barangay 186 in the east.
Bagong Silang is the largest barangay in the country in terms of population, being more populous than about two-thirds of the cities in the country. Due to the large population, addresses in the barangay are formatted as Phase, Package, Block and Lot.
Bagong Silang is also the largest barangay in terms of population with over 261,000 residents which accounts for about 16 percent of Caloocan's total population. Bagong Silang became the relocation site of people living in slum areas across Metro Manila since the 1970s greatly contributing to Bagong Silang's population.
There are seven public elementary schools and 3 public high schools in Bagong Silang.
In September 2013, it was proposed that the barangay to be divided into seven smaller barangays to alleviate perceived issues in its administration. It was reported that residents complained that due to the barangay's size, both in terms of land area and population, government services were spread thin.