Mandaluyong

Summary data
Typecity (highly urbanized)
Island groupLuzon
RegionNational Capital Region (NCR)
Barangay count27
Coastal/Landlockedlandlocked
Marine waterbodiesnone (landlocked)
Philippine major island(s)Luzon
Area (2007)21.26 km2 (8.21 sq mi)
Population (2015)386,276
Density (2015)18,169 / km2 (47,049 / sq mi)
Coordinates14° 35' North, 121° 2' East (14.5774, 121.0334)
Estimated elevation above sea level9.8 meters (32.3 feet)

Mandaluyong is a landlocked highly urbanized city in the National Capital Region.

The city has a land area of 21.26 square kilometers or 8.21 square miles. Its population as determined by the 2015 Census was 386,276. This represented 3.00% of the total population of the National Capital Region. Based on these figures, the population density is computed at 18,169 inhabitants per square kilometer or 47,049 inhabitants per square mile.

Barangays

Mandaluyong has 27 barangays as shown in the following table.

Demographic profile of barangays
BarangayPopulation percentage (2015)Population (2015)Population (2010)Change (2010‑2015)Annual Population Growth Rate (2010‑2015)
Addition Hills25.64%99,05886,73114.21%2.56%
Bagong Silang1.44%5,5724,65219.78%3.50%
Barangka Drive3.45%13,31012,2278.86%1.63%
Barangka Ibaba2.47%9,5409,2413.24%0.61%
Barangka Ilaya4.63%17,8965,049254.45%27.24%
Barangka Itaas2.91%11,25211,0611.73%0.33%
Buayang Bato0.46%1,7821,34032.99%5.58%
Burol0.71%2,7402,6065.14%0.96%
Daang Bakal0.95%3,6603,931-6.89%-1.35%
Hagdang Bato Itaas2.67%10,31410,1022.10%0.40%
Hagdang Bato Libis1.80%6,9626,7163.66%0.69%
Harapin Ang Bukas1.16%4,4964,07310.39%1.90%
Highway Hills7.43%28,70322,68426.53%4.58%
Hulo7.12%27,51521,10730.36%5.18%
Mabini‑J. Rizal1.97%7,6286,77312.62%2.29%
Malamig3.28%12,6677,00780.78%11.93%
Mauway7.53%29,10325,12915.81%2.83%
Namayan1.59%6,1235,7067.31%1.35%
New Zañiga1.95%7,5346,35418.57%3.30%
Old Zañiga1.82%7,0137,712-9.06%-1.79%
Pag‑asa1.05%4,0533,6889.90%1.81%
Plainview6.88%26,57524,3968.93%1.64%
Pleasant Hills1.53%5,9105,6484.64%0.87%
Poblacion3.81%14,73315,191-3.01%-0.58%
San Jose1.88%7,2627,0413.14%0.59%
Vergara1.53%5,9104,64527.23%4.69%
Wack‑wack Greenhills2.32%8,9657,88913.64%2.46%
Mandaluyong Total386,276328,69917.52%3.12%

Economy

According to the Bureau of Local Government Finance, the annual regular revenue of Mandaluyong for the fiscal year of 2016 was 5,317,189,887.00.

details
Fiscal YearAnnual Regular IncomeChange
20091,824,002,528.01
20101,982,400,538.468.68%
20112,142,251,113.408.06%
20122,347,276,957.089.57%
20132,667,274,077.5013.63%
20142,863,632,168.407.36%
20154,803,364,876.7067.74%
20165,317,189,887.0010.70%

End notes:

  • Annual Regular Income = Locally Sourced Revenue + Internal Revenue Allotment (IRA) Current Year + Other Shares from National Tax Collection
  • Locally Sourced Revenue = Real Property Tax (General Fund) + Tax on Business + Other Taxes + Regulatory Fees + Service/User Charges + Receipts from Economic Enterprises

Demographics

Population by age group

According to the 2015 Census, the age group with the highest population in Mandaluyong is 25 to 29, with 42,967 individuals. Conversely, the age group with the lowest population is 80 and over, with 2,186 individuals.

details
Age groupPopulation (2015)
Under 16,900
1 to 427,232
5 to 931,417
10 to 1430,656
15 to 1936,561
20 to 2442,603
25 to 2942,967
30 to 3434,952
35 to 3929,530
40 to 4424,403
45 to 4921,614
50 to 5418,040
55 to 5914,103
60 to 6410,110
65 to 696,758
70 to 743,685
75 to 792,559
80 and over2,186
Total386,276

Historical population

The population of Mandaluyong grew from 71,619 in 1960 to 386,276 in 2015, an increase of 314,657 people. The latest census figures in 2015 denote a positive growth rate of 3.12%, or an increase of 57,577 people, from the previous population of 328,699 in 2010.

details
Census datePopulationGrowth rate
71,619
149,4077.46%
182,2674.07%
205,3662.41%
248,1431.91%
286,8702.75%
278,474-0.63%
305,5761.29%
328,6992.69%
386,2763.12%

Location

The city center of Mandaluyong is situated at approximately 14° 35' North, 121° 2' East, in the island of Luzon. Elevation at these coordinates is estimated at 9.8 meters or 32.3 feet above mean sea level.


Distances

Based on the great-circle distance (the shortest distance between two points over the surface of the Earth), the cities closest to Mandaluyong are Makati, San Juan, Pasig, Pasay, Manila, and Taguig. The nearest municipalities are Pateros, Cainta, Taytay, Angono, San Mateo, and Obando. Its distance from the national capital is 5.95 kilometers (3.70 miles). The following list delineates such distance measurements.

great-circle distance

Nearest towns

  • Pateros, 5.21 kilometers (3.24 miles) to the Southeast (S41°E)
  • Cainta, Rizal, 8.83 kilometers (5.49 miles) to the East (N88°E)
  • Taytay, Rizal, 10.70 kilometers (6.65 miles) to the East (S85°E)
  • Angono, Rizal, 14.16 kilometers (8.80 miles) to the East‑Southeast (S66°E)
  • San Mateo, Rizal, 15.83 kilometers (9.84 miles) to the Northeast (N35°E)
  • Obando, Bulacan, 18.32 kilometers (11.38 miles) to the Northwest (N35°W)

Nearest cities

  • Makati, 2.52 kilometers (1.56 miles) to the South‑Southwest (S25°W)
  • San Juan, 3.04 kilometers (1.89 miles) to the North (N7°W)
  • Pasig, 5.03 kilometers (3.12 miles) to the East‑Southeast (S68°E)
  • Pasay, 5.54 kilometers (3.44 miles) to the Southwest (S48°W)
  • Manila, 5.95 kilometers (3.70 miles) to the West‑Northwest (N76°W)
  • Taguig, 7.15 kilometers (4.44 miles) to the Southeast (S38°E)

Distance from Manila: 5.95 kilometers (3.70 miles) to the West‑Northwest (N76°W)

National rankings

  • Population (2015): 386,276, ranked 22 out of 1,634
  • Land area (2007): 8.21 square kilometers, ranked 1,551 out of 1,634
  • Population density (2015): 18,169 inhabitants per square kilometer, ranked 10 out of 1,634
  • Annual population growth rate (2010 to 2015): 3.12%, ranked 1,432 out of 1,634

Notes

  1. Unless otherwise specified, population count (excluding percentages) and land area figures are derived from the Philippine Statistics Authority.
  2. Data on annual regular income is from the Bureau of Local Government Finance, Department of Finance
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