Philippines Postal Code

Philippines Zip code ( Postal Code) :-

In the Philippines, a ZIP code is introduced by the Philippine Postal Corporation (PhlPost) to simplify the distribution of mail. PHLPOST used the zip code the same as in the United States.
A ZIP code is a four-digit range representing a locality. This subdivision also includes postal codes for the Philippines. Starting from north to south, the first two digits are assigned to provinces. Metro Manila, the metropolitan region around the capital Manila, uses, for example, postal codes from 04xx to 17xx. And last 2 digits represent the City or locality area. Philippines having a more than 2k zipcode and highest number of zipcode allocated to capital region manila

Philippines Quick ZIP Code Knowledge:-

  1. Manila region has lowest zip code 400 and having both 3-digit and 4digit zipcode.
  2. Highest zipcode number is 9811 of Sen. Ninoy Aquino in Soccsksargen region
  3. easiest zip code is 1234 of San Isidro Manila region 
  4. University of the Philippines Los Banos having two zipcode 

These are the list of Zip codes that are used in the Philippines' regions:
Cotabato: 94xx
South Cotabato: 95xx
Maguindanao: 96xx
Lanao del Sur: 93xx + 97xx

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What is Philippines address format?

Ms. Joanna Dela Cruz
B11-L20 Genesis St., San Lorenzo South Subdivision
Malitlit, Santa Rosa
4026 Laguna, Philippines

What is Philippines Zipcode format?
Philippines Zipcode Format

Useful Information:-
  • Toal Postal Code in Country:- Total 1905 Postal Code In Philippines
  • Postal Code Type :- 4-digit
  • Toal Population :- 117.3Million (May2023)
  • Capital Name :-Manila
  • Dialing Code :-63