Islands of the Philippine archipelago having an approximate area of 100 or more square miles / 259+ square kilometers

The following is a list of the largest islands in the Philippines (those having an approximate area of 100 or more square miles / 259+ square kilometers).

Island name Approximate area (in sq mi) Approximate area (in sq km) Province(s)
Luzon 42,411.69 109,846.27
30 provinces
Mindanao 36,860.30 95,468.17
22 provinces
Negros 5,041.57 13,057.68 Negros Occidental, Negros Oriental
Samar 4,943.16 12,802.79 Eastern Samar, Northern Samar, Samar
Panay 4,559.70 11,809.64 Aklan, Antique, Capiz, Iloilo
Palawan 4,513.68 11,690.44 Palawan
Mindoro 3,912.72 10,133.94 Occidental Mindoro, Oriental Mindoro
Leyte 2,770.63 7,175.93 Leyte, Southern Leyte
Cebu 1,739.76 4,505.97 Cebu
Bohol 1,485.49 3,847.43 Bohol
Masbate 1,276.16 3,305.26 Masbate
Catanduanes 578.28 1,497.75 Catanduanes
Basilan 484.39 1,254.58 Basilan
Busuanga 375.08 971.45 Palawan
Marinduque 358.48 928.46 Marinduque
Jolo 328.39 850.52 Sulu
Dinagat 309.85 802.51 Dinagat Islands
Tablas 267.85 693.74 Romblon
Polillo 262.79 680.64 Quezon
Tawitawi 244.09 632.19 Tawi-Tawi
Guimaras 228.90 592.85 Guimaras
Biliran 197.22 510.80 Biliran
Sibuyan 179.92 466.00 Romblon
Burias 167.99 435.10 Masbate
Culion 153.86 398.50 Palawan
Siargao 149.37 386.87 Surigao del Norte
Dumaran 129.83 336.25 Palawan
Ticao 129.61 335.69 Masbate
Siquijor 125.77 325.75 Siquijor
Balabac 124.07 321.34 Palawan

Map

Map of the Philippines showing its biggest islands by land area.
Biggest islands of the Philippines

References

  1. Land area figures were calculated from OpenStreetMap data.
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