Malvar, Batangas


Malvar, Batangas
Municipality of Malvar
Bayan ng Malvar
—  Municipality  —
Map of Batangas showing the location of Malvar.
Municipality of Malvar is located in Philippines
Municipality of Malvar
Location in the Philippines
Coordinates: 14°02′26″N 121°09′16″E / 14.04056°N 121.15444°E / 14.04056; 121.15444Coordinates: 14°02′26″N 121°09′16″E / 14.04056°N 121.15444°E / 14.04056; 121.15444
Country  Philippines
Region CALABARZON (Region IV-A)
Province Batangas
District 3rd District
Founded January 10, 1919
Barangays 15
Government
 - Mayor Dr. Carlito P. Reyes
Area
 - Total 33.00 km2 (12.7 sq mi)
Elevation 227 m (745 ft)
Population (2009)
 - Total 41,270
 - Density 1,250.6/km2 (3,239.1/sq mi)
Time zone PST (UTC+8)
ZIP code 4233
Income class 1st class
Population Census of Malvar
Census Pop. Rate
1995 27,771
2000 32,691 3.56%
2007 41,730 3.42%

Malvar is a 2nd class municipality in the Province of Batangas, Philippines. As of 2009, the population of Malvar was 41,270 and the total number of households was 8,678. The municipality was named after General Miguel Malvar, the last Filipino General to surrender to the American Government in the Philippines in 1902.

Located 68 kilometers south of Manila and easily accessible via the STAR Tollway. Malvar is bounded on the north by Tanauan City, on the east by Santo Tomas, Batangas on the south by Lipa City and on the west by Balete, Batangas.

With the continuous expansion of Metro Manila, the town is now conurbated with Manila, whose built-up area now reaches Lipa City.

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Attraction

Calejon Falls, a natural attraction consists of two major water falls and two smaller ones. One of the bigger falls is about 10 feet (3.0 m) high with a great volume of clear water gushing down to a shallow pool. The other one (also about 10 feet (3.0 m) high) resembles a bridal gown. One of the two smaller falls is shower-like, while the other one forms a series of small cascades. All the falls are located in an area of about 300 square meters.

Calejon Falls is located in Barangay San Gregorio, (formerly called Calejon). The spot is easily accessible via STAR Tollway Bulihan Exit. From Manila, take a bus bound for Batangas City or Lipa City then drop at town of Malvar. Jeepneys and tricycle service Barangay San Gregorio from the town proper. The 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) stretch of road is well-paved and smooth even for small cars. Upon reaching the area, a series of 300 concrete steps going down the river will have to be taken. Going back up is a challenge.

San Juan River, longest river in Batangas connecting Lipa and Tanauan and Sto Tomas is an old fashioned heat quencher for the locals of the town since in memorial in time, During Summer the Rivers famous point for picnics and pastime is fully booked. THus the river also serves as water sources for watering the vegetables near at the areas.small fish and crablets are also seen and wild fern are also pick up to serve as delicacies or food during meal time of the visitors of the river.

Sadly irresponsible people are polluting the river,people are trowing garbage at its creek or on the water, and even poultry and piggeries near the river is contaminating the natural habitat of its environment. Sadly the local government is not yet pushing the sanitary law against these environmental degradation,sooner or later those pollutant will kill the main river. Immigration from different provinces who had no houses and relatives to stay with is marking the river banks with their houses.

Local government should stop this kind of practices among immigrants, if not to impose a strict law against them sooner there will be no more rivers to swim with to enjoy ans specially its free of charge....

Another local venue that has recently emerged in the humble province of Malvar is the mango farm/events venue called Sa Manggahan.[1] Only 45 minutes away when coming from Alabang, it is located near the plant of C-Joist Concrete Ventures Group, Inc. This new events venue will cater to the local market where it can be rented out for various events such as wedding receptions, family reunions, camping grounds, or just a place where you can rest and relax during the weekend under the mango trees. Currently, very little is known about this establishment, as it is not yet fully operational. Residents and visitors alike have been astounded with this new development, together with a proposed horse race track beside it. Once these establishments are fully operational, it will definitely increase the number of visitors coming from Manila.

Local government

Elected government officials of Malvar, Batangas for the term of 2010-2013

  • Mayor: Dr. Carlito P. Reyes
  • Vice-Mayor: Alberto C. Lat
  • Councilors:
  1. Benedicto "Ben" Villegas
  2. Jovito Dela Peña
  3. Nibong Lat
  4. Voltaire Kalaw
  5. Celia Dimaandal
  6. Rosanna Cabello
  7. Zaldy Lantin
  8. Edna Pitogo
  9. Aileen SAludo - ABC President
  10. Ralph Julius Leo Morcilla - SK Federation President

Schools

  • Malvar national High School (Poblacion)
  • Don Julio Leviste Memorial Vocational High School (San Andres)
  • San Isidro National High School (San Isidro)
  • Santiago National High School (Santiago)
  • Batangas State University (Poblacion)
  • Malvar Central School (Poblacion)
  • Payapa Elementary School (Payapa)
  • Bulihan Elementary School(Bulihan)
  • San Pedro Elementary School (San Pedro)
  • Bilucao Elementary School (Bilucao)
  • Immaculate Conception Montessori School (Poblacion)
  • Miguel L. Aranda Memorial Elementary School (San Andres)
  • San Pedro 1 Primary school
  • Southgate Institute Of Malvar

Barangays

Malvar is politically subdivided into 15 barangays.

Barangay Brgy. Captain SK Chairman
  • Bagong Pook
Ernesto A. Cuenca Mariecon Lat
  • Bilucao
Deogracias V. Macalintal JanKen Eurimico Torres
  • Bulihan
Restituto D. Lat Christopher Tosino
  • San Gregorio
Mario DM. Onte Ian Jay De Villa
  • Luta Del Norte
Renato Malabanan Adriel Hernandez
  • Luta Del Sur
Eduardo R. Endaya Kevin Ray Garcia
  • Poblacion
Joevel Latido Paulo Leeanzo Hipolito
  • San Andres
Hedilito Morcilla Ralph Julius Leo Morcilla
  • San Fernando
Federico P. Basilan Stephanie Buan
  • San Isidro East
Rufino C. Enriquez Edwin Magpantay
  • San Juan
Lamberto Malabanan Eunice Alvarez
  • San Pedro I
Pedro Sayas Jeric Platon
  • San Pedro II
Aileen Saludo Ralph Jordan Morfe
  • San Pioquinto
Efren V. Hernandez Mark Anthony Licarte
  • Santiago
Araceli U. Mendoza Adrean Lat

Health services

Aside from the main Rural Health Unit under DOH-Batangas, Mayor Carlito Reyes, started the services of Malvar Maternity Clinic. A month after he seated as the mayor.

Malvar maternity clinic is accepting a normal spontaneous deliveries. The clinic is open for 24 hours, which admits delivery services for the pregnant women of Malvar and immediate health services to any patient seeks immediate medical care at the clinic.

The clinic have resident on-duty doctors; each doctor schedules 7/11 every night and weekends at 24 hours duty. RHU personnel serves at daytime. Nurses are in 3 shifts, while at everynight a midwife is available to handle deliveries, and most specially an ambulance is available to transfer patient.The services are of free of charge.

The clinic is free, and its purpose is being serve; to lessen the burden of maternity expenses for pregnant women and married couples, and a proper newborn care for all babies being delivered at the center along with post natal care, including perineal repair.

At present while the clinic is ongoing And the people of Malvar are looking forward and aiming high with their leaders to accomplish one of the most important basic needs in life, health care.

Notable people

Notable people are those deeply had given a great contribution in development and growth of the town or city or its known place.

As Malvar is named after the Filipino American War General of the Katipuna Miguel Malvar a native of Sto Tomas Batangas who belong to the family of a borgeous, his father a alkalde mayor. in his term general malvars life was fully dedicated to uplift the freedom and democracy of the people against Spaniards then American Soldiers,hardship they had suffer during the war at that time,while all the guerillas move in against the American which they covered the whole command posting in the mountains of Batangas and spontaneous allliances with the locals which help them to sustain supports gather information for the Filipino Soldiers,..

to be continue, have to read again my Batangas history at War with the American,

Truly Batangas on its own Contribute to the Katipunan its own strengh its own people to free the country truly Batanguenos are revolutionary people who loved freedom and equality amongst men..

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