This is an annotated list of records of the Philippines organized by category.

Finance

Geography

See also: Extreme points of the Philippines

Mount Apo, the tallest peak in the Philippines
Mount Apo, the tallest peak in the Philippines

Political entities

For a more comprehensive list, see Provinces of the Philippines § List of provinces, and List of Philippine cities and municipalities.

Area
Population
Population density
Number of barangays
Foundation date

Buildings and structures

Grand Hyatt Manila

Others

Notes

  1. ^ Reports by local news outlets regarding temperature in Mount Pulag, which is usually claimed to drop below zero during the cold months of December to February, cannot be verified by the PAGASA.[10]

See also

References

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  22. ^ "Philippine Standard Geographic Code (PSGC); Municipality of KALAYAAN – Code:175321000". Philippine Statistics Authority. Archived from the original on January 13, 2019. Retrieved May 15, 2019.
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