There are no 5-digit ZIP codes in the Philippines, as in the case of the United States. Local areas only have four digits. In the US ZIP codes, the first number indicates the state or region, while the next two refer to the city. The last two figures point to the specific delivery area.
Caloocan City spans 5,333.40 hectares and is the fourth most populous city in Metro Manila. It is the only city in the metro that is divided into geographical locations, namely the north and the south. It is part of the CAMANAVA sub-region of Metro Manila. The postal codes in Caloocan city start with 14.
Malabon is part of the CAMANAVA sub-region in the northern part of Metro Manila. It is most famous for Pancit Malabon, the 400-year old San Bartolome Church, and heritage houses such as the Raymundo and Ibaviosa Houses. Like its neighboring city, Malabon has PH zip codes starting with 14.
The city of Mandaluyong is notable for housing a third of the booming Ortigas Center and premier shopping malls such as EDSA Shangri-La, SM Megamall, and Starmall Shaw. Mandaluyong is the 6th smallest city and currently has a population of 386,276. Similar to Malabon, the city also just has one PH ZIP code.
The City of Manila is the capital of the Philippines and is the most densely populated city as of 2018. Home to the University Belt, the Malacañang Palace, and the National Museum, the city boasts of a rich culture and heritage. These are the ZIP postal codes of Manila:
Parañaque City is located south of Pasay and to the north of Las Piñas and Muntinlupa. It is primarily known as an entertainment city because of its many gaming and entertainment complexes such as the PAGCOR City, Solaire Resort & Casino, Okada Manila, and City of Dreams. The postal code of this Philippine city begins with 17.
A province with a rich history, Bataan was the famous site of the World War II battle between the American-Filipino forces and the Japanese. Today, the province is composed of 11 municipalities and a component city. Its capital is Balanga. Use this ZIP code list below when writing your address in Bataan.
Called the Salad Bowl of the Philippines, Benguet is hailed for its strong production of vegetables. Its capital is La Trinidad, but its most popular city is the summer capital of the country Baguio. The province is part of the Cordillera Administrative Region, home to the famous Mount Pulag. These are the ZIP postal codes in Benguet, which start with the digits 26:
Popular for hosting two UNESCO World Heritage Sites, the province is home to the heritage city of Vigan and the Baroque Church of Santa Maria. Occupying the central section of the Ilocos region, Ilocos Sur is bordered by the provinces Abra, Mountain Province, Benguet, and La Union. The ZIP postal codes of the province, which start with the digits 27, are in this list:
This province is the second largest in the country in terms of land area. Because of its vast terrain, the agriculture industry thrives, making Isabela the rice and corn granary of Luzon. Its capital is the city of Ilagan, which is the largest city in Luzon in terms of land area. All starting in the digits 33, the Isabela ZIP postal codes are as follows:
Kalinga, a landlocked province in the Cordillera Administrative Region, was formerly part of the Kalinga-Apayao province. In 1995, it was separated from Apayao with the aim of serving ethnic groups in respective areas more effectively. The capital of Kalinga is Tabuk, which was the second municipality in the Cordilleras that became a city after Baguio. The postcodes for this Philippine province, starting with 38, are outlined below:
Occupying the northern shore of Manila Bay, Pampanga belongs to the Central Luzon region of the country. It hosts a major aviation hub, the Clark International Airport, formerly known as the Diosdado Macapagal International Airport, located in Clark Freeport Zone. The capital of the province is the city of San Fernando. Pampanga ZIP codes begin with 20.
Hailed as the Seafood Capital of the Philippines, Capiz is popular for its rich marine life and thriving fishing industry particularly in its capital, the city of Roxas. The province hosts the popular heritage landmark Santa Monica Church, which features the largest Catholic church bell in Asia. The postal ZIP codes of this Philippine province begin with 58.
The capital of this province is Cabadbaran, a city that hosts various mountains, including Mount Hilong-Hilong and Mount Pongkay, which are popular among trekkers. Agusan del Norte is part of the Caraga region. The center of the province occupies the lower basin of the third-longest river in the country, Agusan. The postal ZIP codes of this Philippine destination all start with 86.
The capital of this province is Pagadian, the city that hosts the annual Megayon Festival. Zamboanga del Sur belongs to the Zamboanga Peninsula, lying at the southern section of the island, bordered on the east by Lanao del Norte and on the west by Zamboanga Sibugay. The province supplies agricultural products, including rice, corn, coconut oil, and livestock feeds. When writing the ZIP postal codes of Zamboanga del Sur municipalities, take note that they start with 70.
In the Philippines, the Philippine ZIP code is used by the Philippine Postal Corporation (Philpost) to simplify the distribution of mail. While in function it is similar to the ZIP code used in the United States, its form and its usage is quite different. The use of ZIP codes in the Philippines is not mandatory, however it is highly recommended by Philpost that they be used. Also, unlike American ZIP codes, the Philippine code is a four-digit number representing two things: in Metro Manila, a barangay within a city or city district (as in the case for Manila), and outside Metro Manila, a town or city. Usually, moire than one code is issued for areas within Metro Manila, and provincial areas are issued one code for every town and city.
Postal codes in the Philippines usually consist of four digits, in which the first two digits represent the city or province. Cities in Metro Manila have more than one ZIP code, while cities and municipalities in the provinces usually only have a single ZIP code. Some large companies and institutions in Metro Manila, such as the Ateneo de Manila and Department of Justice, also have their own three-digit postal codes.List of Metro Manila ZIP CodesUse the table below to find the correct postal code for locations in Metro Manila. Click the Previous and Next links at the bottom of the table to show the previous and next entries, respectively.You can search for a specific place by typing its name in the search field above the table and it will automatically show the locations that match your search term. You can also sort the data by city, location, ZIP code and area code.CityBarangay/DistrictZIP CodeArea CodeManilaBinondo10062ManilaIntramuros10022ManilaMalate10042ManilaManila CPO - Ermita10002ManilaPaco10072ManilaPandacan10112ManilaPort Area (South)10182ManilaQuiapo10012ManilaSampaloc East10082ManilaSampaloc West10152ManilaSan Andres Bukid10172ManilaSan Miguel10052ManilaSan Nicolas10102ManilaSta. Ana10092ManilaSta Cruz North10142ManilaSta Cruz South10032ManilaSta Mesa10162ManilaTondo North10132ManilaTondo South10122Caloocan City (North)Amparo Subdivision14252Caloocan City (North)Bagong Silang14282Caloocan City (North)Bagumbong/Pag-asa14212Caloocan City (North)Bankers Village14262Caloocan City (North)Capitol Parkland Subdivision14242Caloocan City (North)Kaybiga/Deparo14202Caloocan City (North)Lilles Ville Subdivision14232Caloocan City (North)Novaliches North14222Caloocan City (North)Tala Leprosarium14272Caloocan City (North)Victory Heights14272Caloocan City (South)1st Avenue to 7th Avenue - West14052Caloocan City (South)Baesa14012Caloocan City (South)Fish Market14112Caloocan City (South)Grace Park East14032Caloocan City (South)Grace Park West14062Caloocan City (South)Isla de Cocomo14122Caloocan City (South)Caloocan City CPO14002Caloocan City (South)Kapitbahayan East14132Caloocan City (South)Kaunlaran Village14092Caloocan City (South)Maypajo14102Caloocan City (South)San Jose14042Caloocan City (South)Sangandaan14082Caloocan City (South)Sta. Quiteria14022Caloocan City (South)University Hills14072Las Piñas CityAlmanza17502Las Piñas CityAngela Village17492Las Piñas CityCut-cut17432Las Piñas CityGatchalian Subdivision17452Las Piñas CityLas Piñas CPO17402Las Piñas CityManila Doctors Village17482Las Piñas CityManuyo17442Las Piñas CityPulang Lupa17422Las Piñas CityRemarville Subdivision17412Las Piñas CitySoldiers Hills Subdivision17522Las Piñas CityT. S. Cruz Subdivision17512Las Piñas CityTalon, Moonwalk17472Las Piñas CityVerdant Acres Subdivision17462Las Piñas CityZapote17422Makati CityAyala-Paseo De Roxas12262Makati CityBangkal12332Makati CityBel-air12092Makati CityCembo12142Makati CityComembo12172Makati CityDasmarinas Village North12212Makati CityDasmarinas Village South12222Makati CityForbes Park North12192Makati CityForbes Park South12202Makati CityFort Bonifacio Naval Station12022Makati CityGreenbelt12282Makati CityGuadalupe Nuevo (inc. Visayan)12122Makati CityGuadalupe Viejo (inc. Palm Village)12112Makati CityKasilawan12062Makati CityLa Paz-Singkamas-Tejeros12042Makati CityLegaspi Village12292Makati CityMagallanes Village12322Makati CityCommercial Center12242Makati CityMakati CPO (Inc. Buendia Avenue)12002Makati CityOlympia and Carmona12072Makati CityPalanan12352Makati CityPasong Tamo 2000 Up, Ecology Village12312Makati CityPembo12182Makati CityPinagkaisahan-pitogo12132Makati CityPio Del Pilar12302Makati CityPoblacion12102Makati CityRembo (East) and Malapad Na Bato12162Makati CityRembo (West)12152Makati CitySalcedo Village12272Makati CitySan Antonio Village (inc. Malu)12032Makati CitySan Isidro12342Makati CitySan Lorenzo Village12232Makati CitySta. Cruz12052Makati CityUrdaneta Village12252Makati CityValenzuela (inc. Santiago, San Miguel and Rizal Village)12082Malabon CityA