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Tom's Manufacturing Corporation Block 1 Lot 2, Maguyam Road, Daiichi Industrial Park Ecozone, Silang, 4118, Cavite, Philippines
+63 46 972 1834
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Light of the World Formation and Retreat Center Brgy. Pasong Langka, Sta. Rosa-Tagaytay Road, Silang 4118, Philippines
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Silang Gasul Center 276 J. P. Rizal Street, Silang, Cavite, Philippines
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About Silang

Silang, Cavite

The Municipality of Silang (FilipinoBayan ng Silang) is a first class landlocked municipality in theprovince of CavitePhilippines. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 213,490 people in an area of 209.4 square kilometers (80.8 sq mi).[3] Silang is located in the eastern section of Cavite.

It is the location of the Philippine National Police AcademyPDEA Academy, and International Institute of Rural Reconstruction head office.

With the continuous expansion of Metro Manila, the municipality is now part of the Manila's conurbation which spans southward toward Lipa City.


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Official seal of Silang

Nickname(s): Food Bastion of Metro Manila

Map of Cavite showing the location of Silang
Map of Cavite showing the location of Silang



The municipality of Silang is approximately 45 kilometres (28 mi) south of Manila. General Trias, Dasmariñas and General Mariano Alvarez (GMA) bound it on the north and on the west by Amadeo, Tagaytay on the south. Silang is noted for its relatively cool and invigorating climate.


The name Silang was derived from the Tagalog word silanganan meaning "east", because the town is seated at the eastern portion of Cavite. A legend claims that it was coined from the Tagalog word isinilang or "given birth to", referring to the sudden and unusual emergence of the parish church. It may also refer to the new emergence of the land from the eruption of Taal Volcano on May 15, 1754. Whereas, three barangays of Silang are called Tubuan I, II & III.


Pre-Hispanic period

The roots are traced by tradition to the time when ten Bornean datus migrated northward on board balangays and ended in Silang though Taal Lake. Its first settlers were Gat Hingiw, his wife Gat Kaliwanag and their seven children. Their children moved to different places of the town and established their respective barangays. Gat Pandan stayed in the community and developed the area.[5]

Spanish colonial era


During the start of the Spanish colonization in the Philippines, tracts of land were given by the monarch of Spain to the Spanish conquistadores and their descendants who collected tributes from the people residing in their acquired lands. Silang originally belonged to the encomienda (land grant) of Diego Jorge de Villalobos. His Silang territory extended to what is today the towns of Carmona, Amadeo, Indang, Alfonso, General Trias and Tanza.[5]

The Silang territory was later purchased from King Ferdinand VI of Spain for 2,000 pesetas on March 9, 1746 to prevent it from becoming a "friar land" like the other towns of Cavite, executed through the representation of Bernabe Javier Manahan and Gervacio dela Cruz.[5]


The majority of the people in Silang, Cavite are Roman Catholics. Other religious groups include are the Church of God International (A.K.A. Ang Dating Daan/The Old Path/El Camino Antiguo), United Church of Christ in the Philippines (UCCP), Jesus Is Lord Church (JIL), The United Methodist Church, Iglesia Evangelica Metodista en las Islas Filipinas (IEMELIF), Presbyterian Churches, Baptist and Bible Fundamental churches, Seventh Day Adventist Churches, and other UPC churches with the other Oneness apostolic groups such as the Jesus Miracle Crusade. Religious tolerance exists among members of different sects.



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Silang, like most of the towns in the province of Cavite, depends on a mainly agricultural economy. The primary crops grown in the area are coconut, coffee, corn, banana, pineapple, and tree crops like mango, lansones, caimito, santol, jackfruit, guava, and avocado. Fertile soils and abundant water sources make Silang suitable not only for common commercial crops but also for high value and exotic crops production. Most of the local farmers practice intercropping to increase land productivity and lessen soil erosion. Fruit production exceeds the demand of the municipality's population, thus, supply excesses are marketed to Metro Manila and neighboring urban centers. A number of poultry and swine farms are also located in some rural barangays.

Manufacturing and trade are Silang’s other major sources of income. Trade and investments grew tremendously with the influx of both Manila-based and foreign investors. Total investments were estimated at P2.5 billion between 1996 and 2004, which helped bring about the employment of 3,000 people. Despite the slow down of progress in 2004, Land Value still soared, allowing investors to infiltrate and start business. The investment trend resulted in the increase in the price of prime realty from P3,000 to P15,000 per square meter and from P150 to P500 per square meter for raw lots in interior barangays. Trade establishments in Silang include gasoline stations, convenience stores, lumber/hardware traders, groceries, resorts, and hotels.

The dry goods section of the Silang Public Market can now accommodate 228 stalls.

Silang houses the Maguyam Industrial Complex and the Daichi Industrial Complex in addition to a total of ten factories operating outside the export processing zone.

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