February 1, 2018

Map of Malvar, Batangas


The town of Malvar is among the smallest of the Province of Batangas, with a total land area of only 3,300 hectares distributed among 15 barangays. Its population according to the 2015 Philippine Census was 56,270. The town is part of the Province of Batangas’ 3rd legislative district.

Malvar used to be part of the town of Lipa during the Spanish colonial era and its thickly forested areas made it an ideal hiding place for “tulisanes” or brigands. It separated from Lipa in 1919 during the American colonial era. The town can be reached by road from Manila via the Southern Tagalog Arterial Road.

The map above is directly embedded from Google Maps.



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