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Total Land Area: 6,680 hectares
Coordinates: 13°48′7″N 121°0′47″E
No. of Barangays: 40 (36 Rural Barangays, 4 Urban Barangays)
DISTANCE FROM MAJOR POINTS
Metro Manila: 120 kilometers
ADJACENT PLACES / BOUNDARIES:
- North – Municipality of San Luis, Batangas
- Northeast – Municipality of Alitagtag, Batangas
- West – Balayan Bay
- East – Municipality of San Pascual, Batangas
- South – Municipality of Mabini, Batangas and Batangas Bay
Here are the types of soil in Bauan, Batangas:
The soil of Bauan, Batangas is highly suitable for fruit trees, rice, sugar cane, vegetables, root crops and coconuts.
Guadalupe Clay Loam
Taal Sandy Loam
Taal Fine Sandy Loam
Calumpang Clay Loam
Bauan’s Climate falls on Type 1 Condition with two pronounced seasons: Wet and Dry.
Dry Season: November to June
Wet Season: July to October
Max. Rainfall – 1.5mm to 2.5mm
Driest Part of the Year – March
Mean – 62°F
High – 96.1°F
SOURCES OF LIVELIHOOD
The major sources of livelihood in Bauan, Batangas is fishing, agriculture, embroidery and dressmaking.
The women of Bauan are also noted for their handicraft activities.
Agricultural Area: 2,103.39 hectares
Main Agricultural crop: Rice, Chico, Mango, Vegetables, Corn, Banana, Sugarcane and Cassava
Mango Area: 651.33 hectares
Sugarcane: 67 hectares
Irrigated Rice Land: 31.25 hectares
There are poultry and livestock raising on these ff. barangays: Rizal, San Vicente, Inicbulan, Malindig, Maghinao and Sinala.
Total Land Area: 12.67 hectares.
Marine Fish production as of 2000: 3,152.52 metric tons (98%)
Motorized Boats – 223
Non-motorized boats – 142
Loading and Trading Side – 228 Beach Resort, Brgy. Sto Domingo, Bauan, Batangas.
Major species landed and traded: galunggong, tulingan, and manansi
Barangays of abundant fishes: Aplaya and San Andres Proper.
Population Rate as of NSO 2010 Census: 81, 351
No. of Registered Voters: 46,230 (as recorded by COMELEC)
Total No. of Precincts: 302
Total No. of Clustered Precincts: 69
Total NO. of Voting Centers: 29
Main Dialects Spoken: Tagalog and English
Last Updated: September 5, 2013