Tabuk City, Kalinga

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City of Tabuk
Landmarks
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Seal
Location
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Government
Region Cordillera Administrative Region
Mayor Camilo T. Lammawin, Jr.
Barangays 40
Website www.tabuk.gov.ph
Physical characteristics
Area 741.7 km²
Population
Total (2000) 78,633
Density 105.2/km²


Tabuk is a component city and capital of the province of Kalinga. According to the 2000 census, it has a population of 78,633 people in 13,985 households.

Tabuk became the Cordillera’s second city after Baguio and surpassed Bangued, the capital of Abra province on June 23,2007, when 17,060 voters ratified Republic Act No. 9404, An Act Converting the Municipality of Tabuk into a Component City of the Province of Kalinga to be Known as the City of Tabuk.

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Barangays

Tabuk is politically subdivided into 42 barangays.

  • Agbannawag
  • Amlao
  • Appas
  • Bagumbayan
  • Balawag
  • Balong
  • Bantay
  • Bulanao
  • Bulanao Norte
  • Cabaritan
  • Cabaruan
  • Calaccad
  • Calanan
  • Dilag
  • Dupag
  • Gobgob
  • Guilayon
  • Ipil
  • Lanna
  • Laya East
  • Laya West
  • Lucog
  • Magnao
  • Magsaysay
  • Malalao
  • Masablang
  • Nambaran
  • Nambucayan
  • Naneng
  • Dagupan Centro (Pob.)
  • San Juan
  • Suyang
  • Tuga
  • Bado Dangwa
  • Bulo
  • Casigayan
  • Cudal
  • Dagupan Weste
  • Lacnog
  • Malin-awa
  • New Tanglag
  • San Julian

People

The population of Tabuk is a combination of different cultures. The town engages in commerce and trade. The town is a center of economic activity for the far-flung areas of Kalinga. Merchants from Pangasinan and other nearby provinces come to the town center to trade mostly for rice which is the major product of Kalinga.

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