Naga is a 5th class coastal city of Cebu Province in Central Visayas Region or Region 7, Philippines.
Profile of Naga City (Geography)
Location –> Central part of Cebu Island (See map below)
Neighboring Towns and Cities –> Toledo City (north), Minglanilla (east), San Fernando (southwest), Pinamungahan (northwest)
Area –> 101.97 km2 (39.37 sq mi)
Population –> 115,750 (2015 Census)
No. of Barangays –> 28
Revenue (2016) –> 463,120,652.25
Terrain –> Mountainous with rolling hills and coastal plains
Industries –> Trading, Tourism, Manufacturing, Agriculture
Major Products –> Vegetables, Poultry, Cement, Electricity, Corn, Handicraft, Home-made Food Items
People/Language –> Cebuano, Tagalog, English
Legislative District –> 1st
Congressman –> Eduardo Gullas Sr.
Mayor –> Kristine Vanessa T. Chiong
Vice Mayor –> Virgilio M. Chiong
History of Naga
Naga was founded as pueblo in 1785. It became a city on September 2, 2007.
Economy, Business and Investment in Naga
Although agriculture still plays a big part of the local economy, Naga is fast becoming an urban center. In fact, it is now part of Metro Cebu where a lot of subdivisions, malls, and other commercial establishments have sprang up.
Naga is home to a large cement factory and two thermal electric power plant. Other large companies which call Naga their home are FSP Group, MRC Allied Industries, Kyocera Kinseki Philippines, Inc., Pryce Gases, Inc., and Rikio Southeast Asia.
In the mountains are found many vegetable gardens as well as poultry and piggery farms.
Tourist Spots in Naga
Festival in Naga
Map of Naga City in Cebu Province