Situated on the northwestern part of Metro Manila, Navotas City is bounded on the north
by the town of Obando in the province of Bulacan, on the east by Malabon City
and Caloocan City, on the south by Manila, and on the west by Manila Bay.
It has a total land area of 8.9 square kilometers, the smallest among the 16 cities of Metro Manila. It is composed of 14 barangays.
The city was separated from its twin sister Malabon in 1906. Annually, it celebrates Pangisdaan Festival
on the third week of January to coincide with the foundation anniversary of the city.
Navotas has many industrial plants especially fish processing. It is home to the Navotas Fish Port, the main source of seafood products
for Metro Manila.
Urban redevelopment, commercial complexes, mass housing, and tourist facilities are some of the businesses that can be put up in Navotas City.
Places of Interest / Tourist Attractions in Navotas City
- Church of El Patrocinio de San Jose - completed in 1891
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