Second District

  GENERAL INFORMATION:

• Land area: 27,800 hectares
• 69 kms. away from Calapan City
• Political Subdivisions: 37 barangays
• Producer of high quality abaca and loofa

  AGRICULTURE / AQUACULTURE:

• The agricultural food producer of the 2nd District
• The agricultural food producer of the 2nd District
• Major crops: rice, banana, coconut, vegetables, citrus fruits, raw meat, fresh fish
• Major food processing center in Oriental Mindoro
• Noted for processed fruits like fruit preserves, banana hips, sweet tamarind, pastilles and buco pie
• Also noted for its chicken pies

  TOP 5 INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES:

• Development of Municipal Properties - a 2,348.4 sqm.
  vacant area in the public market and a 4,800 sqm.
  property in Block 143 adjacent to the town plaza at
  the heart of the poblacion. Ideal for any business
  or commercial shopping center. 
• Development of Ports - the underdeveloped Recodo Port
  is a gateway to Mindoro's link to the island
  provinces of Marinduque and Romblon. Although lacking
  required facilities, the port continues to operate
  with daily trips to different destinations. Also,
  the Pinamalayan Airport in Pambisan Munti awaits
  future expansion of its flight connections,
  destinations and facilities; likewise the potentials
  of the adjacent properties for business, entertainment
  and commercial development.   
• 38.26 hectares in Barangays Pili and Guinhawa
  (adjacent to Pili Port) classified as agri-industrial
  area. Processing of raw agricultural and fishery
  materials for manufacture of food or non-food products
  and other industrial products shall be accommodated. 
• Cattle Industry/Dairy Processing - At present, the
  town has successfully produced 110 dairy cows through
  artificial insemination in coordination with the
  National Dairy Authority.    
• 7,930 hectares of coconut planted area. Virgin
  coconut oil, nata de coco, soap, cooking oil and other
  coconut value-added products are great business potentials of the locality.

  TOP INDUSTRIES:

• Farming/Agri-Industry
• Fishing
• Food Processing - chicken pies, banana chips, rice cakes, etc.
• Transport Services
• Livestock Raising

  WHAT TO SEE:

  Tourist Spots:

• Mt. Longos, Mt. Dumali, Mt. Bayer, Mt. Worcester, Agus Hill and Bongol Point
• Beaches of Pili, Bongol, Banilad and Ranzo and other beaches and resorts
• Pinamalayan Theme Park
• Cawa-Cawa Waterfalls
• Marayos Waterfalls
• Mangyan Shooting Range
• Banilad Archaeological Site
• Rosario Cave

  Municipal Festivals:

• Foundation Day - April 25
• Town Fiesta in honor of St. Augustine - April 25
• Bahaghari Festival (April 25)

According to an old story, the early settlers of this town came from Marinduque. While on their way to Mindoro on their bancas, they encountered turbulent weather and lost their direction. They prayed to God Almighty for deliverance and guidance, whereupon the weather cleared and a rainbow appeared on the horizon. The crew shouted "ipinamalay," meaning " it was made known." They followed the direction of the rainbow and landed at what is now Brgy. Lumang-bayan and established the first settlement which they named Pinamalayan. The rainbow became the historical landmark of the town. The yearly Bahaghari festival is a colorful commemoration of the importance of the rainbow in the history of the town of Pinamalayan. The celebration includes a street dancing competition, cultural presentations, religious and cultural activities, and products and trade fair. 

  Province Wide Festivals:

MAHALTA ("Festival of Festivals") - November 10
Sanduguan Festival - November 15
• The PANDANG-GITAB Mindoro ("Festival of Lights") - November 15

  WHERE TO STAY:

• Atlantica Urban Resort - Jaena St. Zone II
• Blooming Rainbow Inn - Madrid Blvd. Zone 2
• Blue Waves Hotel and Beach Resort - Remerco Subdivision
• Bulaklak Beach Resort - Upper Bongol, Brgy. Pili
• Glair Inland Resort and Hotel - Brgy. Rosario
• Hongkong Restaurant and Hotel - Mabini St.
• Island Creek Resort - Bgy. Marfrancisco
• Magdalena Beach Resort - Brgy. Pili
• Oro Beach Hotel - Brgy. Wawa
• Super M Pension House - Morente St. 

  PORT:

• Pinamalayan Aiport

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  GENERAL INFORMATION:

• Land area: 28,029 hectares
• 76 kms. away from Calapan City
• Accessed through the Strong Republic Nautical Highway
• Political Subdivisions: 27 barangays

  AGRICULTURE / NATURAL RESOURCES:

• "Bamboo Capital of the Province"
• Top saba (type of banana) producer

  TOP INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY:

• Bamboo Industry - Thirty-three (33) farm barangays with
  about thirty (30) hectares planted to bamboo; 11 species
  of bamboo abound in Gloria namely, kawayang tinikan,
  tiwanak, bulo (levis), buho, bayog (merrilianus), Chinese
  bamboo, kalbong, patung, bagakay, putong and lawiswis
  varieties - kawayang tinikan is the best specie for the
  manufacture of bamboo furniture and novelties; bamboo
  products have potential for expansion in the export market
  especially in the US, Europe and the rest of Asia
 
  TOP INDUSTRY:

• Agri-business

  WHAT TO SEE:

  Tourist Spots:

• Walang Langit Waterfalls
• Mt. Manguyang Camping Site
• Bulaklak Tree Farm
• Beach and Inland Resorts

  Municipal Festivals:

• Town Fiesta in honor of the Sacred Heart of Jesus
  - February 15
• Foundation Day - October 1
• Kawayanan Festival - October 2

The staging of the Kawayanan Festival focuses on the affluence of "kawayan" (bamboo) in the area. Similar to other festivals, it is being celebrated with street dancing performances mostly by students from the different levels. Costumes are also made of bamboo materials. A trade fair is another special attraction, with its varied display of products like furniture, souvenirs and novelties all made from bamboo.

  Province Wide Festivals:

MAHALTA ("Festival of Festivals") - November 10
Sanduguan Festival - November 15
• The PANDANG-GITAB Mindoro ("Festival of Lights") - November 15

  WHERE TO STAY:

• Bali Beach Resort and Spa - Bgy. Tambong
• Bighani Beach Resort - Bgy. Guimbonan
• Celtic Apartelle - Bgy. Poblacion
• Dupong Fresh Water Resort - Bgy. Kawit
• Himalaya Inn - Bgy. Guimbonan
• South Villa - Bgy. Poblacion
• Villa Conception Inland Resort - Bgy. Balagbag

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  GENERAL INFORMATION:

• Land area: 36,910.00 hectares
• 85.1 kms. away from Calapan City
• Political Subdivisions: 13 barangays 

  AGRICULTURE:

• Banana plantation: 5,000 hectares
• Ginger plantation at Goldenhills
• ranks third in the production of corn in the province, sixth in the production of palay, eighth in the
  roduction of poultry and livestock
• other major crops: coconuts, vegetables and root crops

  TOP 5 INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES:

• 86.67 hectares of underdeveloped proposed Economic
  Zone (light industries) pending approval of PEZA
  - approximately 2.5 kms from national highway and
  7 kms from port area; owned by the local government
  for lease 
• Mini-Hydro Power Plant in Barangay Conrazon;
  required rehabilitation - with DOE estimated 1 (one)
  MW potential capacity power production
• 20 hectares in Brgy. Conrazon; semi-developed upland
  farm suitable for mango/root crop production; 7 kms
  from the National Hi-way - for lease   
• 100 hectares in Brgy. Villa Pag-asa; semi-developed
  farmland for mango/citrus production; approximately
  6.5 kms. from the National Hi-way; privately owned
  for lease or for sale   
• 160 hectares in Brgy. Rosacara, developed farmland
  suitable for agricultural and livestock production
  - portion planted with mangoes; with existing
  irrigation; approximately 1.5 kms from the National
  Hi-way; owned by Butter Cup Farms Inc. for lease or
  for sale.

  TOP 5 INDUSTRIES:

• Banana Production /Trading
• Palay Production/Rice Milling and Trading
• Livestock and Poultry Production
• Coconut Production
• Fruit, Vegetable and Root Crop Production

  WHAT TO SEE:

  Tourist Spots:

• Rosacara River
• Lanon-Conrazon Waterfalls
• Talse Malo Waterfalls
• Manihala Waterfalls
• Langcawan Waterfalls
• Paypayama Waterfalls
• Mountain Caves
• Beach Resorts (Proper Bansud and Proper Taguisan)

  Municipal Festivals:

• Basudani Festival - January 19

  The traditional town fiesta honoring the Patron Sto. Niño, Basudani Festival is a street dance similar to
  Sinulog which depicts "thanksgiving" for the bountiful harvest. It is participated in by different sectors of
  the community, from schoolchildren to senior citizens.  
  
• Town Fiesta in honor of the Divine Savior - January 19
• Foundation Day - July 4

  Province Wide Festivals:

MAHALTA ("Festival of Festivals") - November 10
Sanduguan Festival - November 15
• The PANDANG-GITAB Mindoro ("Festival of Lights") - November 15

  WHERE TO STAY:

• Cascabel Home Stay - Bgy. Poblacion
• Castle Beach Resort - Bgy. Proper
• JCRG Pension House - Bgy. Pag Asa
• ML Beach Resort - Bgy. Proper

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  GENERAL INFORMATION:

• Land area: 49,820 hectares
• Accessible through Strong Republic Nautical Highway
• Political Subdivisions: 36 barangays

  AGRICULTURE / AQUACULTURE:

• Major coconut and palay producer of the province with crude coconut oil and copra as major products
• Top saba (type of banana) producer
• Other top products: sugpo and bangus

  TOP 5 INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES:

• Bongabong Coconut Farmers Cooperative (BOCOFAMCO)
  Oil mill, Barangay Sagana, approximately 105 kilometers from
  Calapan with apparatus and building
• Feed mill and organic fertilizer at Barangay Sagana,
  presence of material recovery facilities 
• 7,500 sqm. coconut fiber processing plant in Barangay Mina
  De Oro which is expected to produce an average of 10 
  tons of   breed fiber, 20 tons of coco peat, and 15,000
  sqm. of  geotextile per month
• Hydro power plant complete with feasibility studies at
  Barangay Lisap   
• 2.40 kilometer undeveloped beach for eight (8) coastal
  barangays with access roads

  TOP INDUSTRIES:

• Agribusiness - Fishpond; Ricemills
• Manufacturing - Bamboo Craft; Concrete Hollow Blocks and
  Ceramics; Nipa Making 

  WHAT TO SEE:

  Tourist Spots:

• Mt. Davidson and Mt. Chekdon
• Botanical Park
• Tangisan Waterfalls
• Agpayan Waterfalls
• Campana Waterfalls
• Paladjungen Cave
• 16th Century Kuta Shrine
• Ancestral Shrine of Vicente Ilagan (descendant of the famous Revolutionary Juan Naguit)
• Black and gray beaches stretching from Labasan all the way to Masaguisi

  Municipal Festivals:

• Town Fiesta in honor of St. Joseph - March 19
• Sulyog Festival - March 19

  Sulyog is a combination of the Mangyan term "suli" meaning banana and the Tagalog word "niyog" for
  coconuts - the main agricultural crops of the municipality. Presented in a street dance, Sulyog is
  a culmination of thanksgiving rites in honor of the town patron, St. Joseph. The performers portray
  the harvesting of bananas and coconuts, the assortment of bananas for sale and the offering of
  these products to St. Joseph.

  Province Wide Festivals:

MAHALTA ("Festival of Festivals") - November 10
Sanduguan Festival - November 15
• The PANDANG-GITAB Mindoro ("Festival of Lights") - November 15

  WHERE TO STAY:

• China Town Hotel and Restaurant - Bgy. Poblacion
• D & G Pension House - Bgy. Poblacion
• Punzalan Beach Cottages - Bgy. Aplaya
• Queenbee Beach Resort - Ki Poblacion
• Villa Inot - Ki Poblacion 

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GENERAL INFORMATION:

• San Rafael Cave
• Happy Valley Paraiso Falls
• Happy Valley Mountain View
• Dangay Beach and other beaches/inland resorts

  AGRICULTURE:

• Major crops: rice, bananas, mangoes, coconuts,lanzones and citrus
• Positioned to become a major supplier of charcoal briquettes due to the abundance of agro-wastes in the
area and their potential as export material to the US, Europe and other Asian countries

  TOP 5 INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES:

• Banks/Pawnshop/Lending Institutions - Being the hub of
  business activities south of Oriental Mindoro, Roxas
  allows brisk circulation of money. Big entrepreneurs
  need banks to safekeep their cash. Small and big-time
  commercial establishments need ready and liquid cash
  to finance their business. 
• Rice Milling: Manila, Marinduque, Romblon and Palawan
  rely on Roxas for their rice needs. Local consumption
  of this staple food makes for good and brisk business.   
• Hotel and restaurants/resorts and beach houses/rent-out
  commercial rooms and buildings, apartments/apartelle -
  Influx of local and foreign visitors and tourists due
  to the Strong Republic Nautical Highway, give these
  businesses a healthy atmosphere.   
• Shipping Lines/Land Transportation - Movement of people
  and cargo have quadrupled which necessitates opening of
  sea, land and air transport.    
• Junk Shops - Junks are bought cheap and sold big in
  Manila. Four (4) towns supply the demand.

  TOP INDUSTRIES:

• Tourism - hotels/restaurants/beach resorts/cottages
• Producer/Agribusiness - Fruit farming and vegetable
  propagations

• Aquaculture - crabs, prawns, bangus
• Services - Shuttle buses and vans

  WHAT TO SEE:

  Tourist Spots:

• San Rafael Cave
• Happy Valley Paraiso Falls
• San Vicente Eco-Forest
• Happy Valley Mountain View
• Dangay Beach and other beaches/inland resorts

  Municipal Festivals:

• Town Fiesta in honor of the Sto. Niño - January 25
• Sipag Festival - January 25

  The municipality of Roxas serves as the center of trade and commerce in the southern part of Oriental
  Mindoro because of its bountiful products - palay and fruits like bananas, rambutan, lanzones,
  mangoes, vegetables and aquatic products. Sipag Festival is basically a product festival featuring the
  various produce of the locality. "S" stands for saging (banana); "I" stands for isda (fish); "P" is
  for prutas (fruits); "PA" for palay; and "G" for gulay (vegetables). The term "sipag" embodies the
  industry and ingenuity of the people of which Roxas is proud. 
   
• Foundation Day - November 15

  Province Wide Festivals:

MAHALTA ("Festival of Festivals") - November 10
Sanduguan Festival - November 15
• The PANDANG-GITAB Mindoro ("Festival of Lights") - November 15

  WHERE TO STAY:

• 3J's Residencia Cottages - Dangay Port
• Crisfel Beach Resort - Brgy. Dangay
• Cruzmart Beach Resort - Brgy. Dalahican, San Jose
• Dalahican Beach Resort - Brgy. Dalahican, San Jose
• Dana Rose Hotel - Brgy. Bagumbayan
• Fleurdiliz Beach Resort - Brgy. Dalahican, San Jose
• ESY Country Farm & Resort- Brgy Odiong
• King Bryan Lodge - Dangay Port
• LYF Hotel and Restaurant - Brgy. Bagumbayan
• Mitasha Beach Resort - Brgy. Dalahican, San Jose
• Oak Tree Inn and Restaurant - Dangay Port
• Red Palm Beach Resort - Brgy. Dalahican, San Jose
• RL Hotel - Brgy. Poblacion
• Roxas Villa Hotel and Restaurant - Brgy. Poblacion
• NN Sea Port Hotel - Dangay Port
• Tropical Lodge - Dangay Port
• Ocean Bay View - Brgy. Dangay
- HGM Beach Resort - Dangay
- Talens Beach Resort - Dalahican, San Jose
- Diannas Residence Inn - Dangay
- Oaktree Inn - Dangay
- Pauline Lodge - Dangay

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  GENERAL INFORMATION:

• Land area: 49,827 hectares
• 151 kms. away from Calapan City
• Political Subdivisions: 17 barangays
• Home to about 12,000 Mangyans
• Producer of ethnic products and furniture made from narra and acacia which abound in the municipality 

  AGRICULTURE:

• Major crops: palay, coconut, banana, citrus, root crops and fishery resources

  TOP INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES:

• Mansalay Municipal Port - alternative of Roxas' Dangay Port,
  place for loading and unloading of NFA palay/rice from
  Occidental Mindoro and other fishery resources
• Buktot Beach, Manaul, Mansalay - a 300-meter white sand
  beach with unspoiled flora and fauna
• Mangyan Communities and Mangyan culture - potential for
  tourist attractions
• Bante/Selica Mine - located in the mountainous area where
  mining industry was left by Falcon Rare Metals 

  TOP INDUSTRIES:

• Agri-business - (rice and fruit farming and fishing)
• Manufacturing - (bamboo/furniture craft)
• Tourism - (Beach, Resort and Lodging House)

  WHAT TO SEE:

  Tourist Spots:

• Mansalay, Del Mundo and Cagulong beaches
• Buktot White Sand Beach
• Cabalwa White Sand Beach
• Kasabangan White Sand Beach and other beaches
• Matang Pugita Waterfalls
• Palaypay Point
• Mountain ranges of Mansoil, Knob Peak and Bugtong Point
• Acacia Park
• Bait Mangyan Settlement
• Panaytayan Mangyan Settlement

  Municipal Festivals:

• Mansalensis Festival - July 24

  The festival is dedicated to the immeasurable yields of the seas, where the townsfolk have largely
  depended for their livelihood since the early times. 
  
• Town Fiesta - November 25

  Province Wide Festivals:

MAHALTA ("Festival of Festivals") - November 10
Sanduguan Festival - November 15
• The PANDANG-GITAB Mindoro ("Festival of Lights") - November 15

  WHERE TO STAY:

• Buktot White Beach Resort - Bgy. Manaul
• Carieshiela's Lodge and Resort - Bgy. Poblacion
• Maria Zabinne Inn - Bgy. Poblacion
• RC Farm and Resort - Bgy. Manaul
• Villa Cristina Beach Resort - Bgy. Wasig
• Villa Feliza - Bgy. Teresita

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  GENERAL INFORMATION:

• Land area: 30,600 hectares
• Political Subdivisions: 15 barangays
• Abundant in buri and buntal products 

  AGRICULTURE / AQUACULTURE:

• Fruit plantation: about 6,000 has.
• Acclaimed as the largest mango-producing municipality in the province
• Major crops (aside from mango): rice, abaca, banana, coconuts, mangoes, corn, sugar, black pepper and
aquatic products

  TOP 5 INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES:

• Coal/Oil/Marble/Cement Deposit
• Over 5000 hectares of agricultural land suited to hybrid
  corn and cassava production 
• An island for tourism development (Buyayao)
• A natural harbor at Balatasan Cove
• Salt Production Areas/Fishpond Areas/Fish Cage

  TOP 5 INDUSTRIES:

• Fishing
• Banana
• Mango
• Tourism
• Charcoal (ipil-ipil only)

  WHAT TO SEE:

  Tourist Spots:

• Several islands/islets: Target, Suquicay, Maasin, Tambarong,
  Silad, Nagubat, Aslom and Buyayao (home of Mangyan
  tribes)
• Bagong Sikat Waterfalls
• Bayview and Rest Area
• Balatasan Beach and other beaches
• Lubok 17th Century Church Ruins
• Archaeological Sites
• Mangyan Tiangge (Market Day - Tuesdays and Fridays)

  Municipal Festivals:

• Foundation Day - February 15
• Town Fiesta in honor of Sts. Peter and Paul - June 29
• Biniray Festival - June 29

  Brought in by the early settlers who came from the island of Panay, this festival is held in honor of the
  town's patron saints, Peter and Paul, and is a way of thanksgiving for the blessings from the sea. The
  celebration starts in the early hours of the morning, with a flotilla of intricately decorated boats
  encircling Bulalacao Bay, to be met by the townfolk later on shore. There is marching on the streets with
  the icons of the two saints greeted in religious manner by the devotees. A procession is held at twilight
  with the traditional crowning of the patrons at the church grounds completing the final rituals, amidst
  songs and dances. Street dancing is also staged during the day, participated in mostly by students in
  indigenous costumes.

  Province Wide Festivals:

MAHALTA ("Festival of Festivals") - November 10
Sanduguan Festival - November 15
• The PANDANG-GITAB Mindoro ("Festival of Lights") - November 15

  WHERE TO STAY:

• Felipa Lodge - Bgy. Poblacion
• San Rosa Hotel - Bgy. Poblacion
• Sentro ng Kalinangan Dormitory - Bgy. Nasucob
• Sts. Peter and Paul Lodging House - Bgy. Poblacion

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Footnotes:

MAHALTA ("Festival of Festivals") - November 10

MAHALTA is a contraction of the word Mangyan, Halcon and Tamaraw - all of which are distinctively Mindoreño. The term itself is an old one but it was the first time to be highlighted as a province-wide festival in tribute to these three icons of Mindoro. It puts together all festivals of the city and all 14 municipalities in one celebration with emphasis on the responsibility/relationship of people to/with their environment.

Sanduguan Festival - November 15

Coinciding with Oriental Mindoro's founding anniversary as an independent province, Sanduguan Festival is a re-enactment of the first historical and cultural contact between the natives and a fearless but peaceful band of traders from China. The celebration begins with a parade of floats in the morning followed by dancing wherein Mindoreños perform the rhythmic movements of the early settlers while garbed in native attire

The PANDANG-GITAB Mindoro (dubbed "Festival of Lights") - November 15

The Pandang-Gitab was coined from Pandanggo sa Ilaw and Dagitab (flicker of light), a lively type of street dancing, adapting the basic steps and music of the original Pandanggo sa Ilaw. The style consists of the traditional sway and balance movements with the graceful shallow gyrating of hips and torso. It was danced as a send-off and welcome to male villagers going out to sea for fishing in the cold early hours of the morning. This dance suggests the fitting use of the "tinghoy" (gasera or oil lamp) with its lighted wick helplessly flickering like fireflies in the wind-kissed darkness of the seafront.
 
 

                

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