Daftar pulau di Filipina

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Peta Filipina memperlihatkan kepulauan Luzon, kepulauan Visayas, dan kepulauan Mindanao

Filipina terdiri dar 7.107 pulau, tetapi hanya sekitar 4.000 yang telah dihuni. Pulau-pulau itu kemudian di kelompokan ketiga kelompok besar yaitu kepulauan Luzon, kepulauan Visayas, dan kepulauan Mindanao. Berikut adalah daftar pulau di Filipina:

Luzon[sunting | sunting sumber]

Kepulauan Babuyan[sunting | sunting sumber]

Kepulauan Bacuit[sunting | sunting sumber]

Boats at Pulau Cadlao

Kepulauan Batanes[sunting | sunting sumber]

White sand beach at Sabtang island

Bicol Region[sunting | sunting sumber]

A view from Tinaga beach in Tinaga at sunset

Cagayan Valley[sunting | sunting sumber]

Kepulauan Calamianes[sunting | sunting sumber]

Catanduanes[sunting | sunting sumber]

Central Luzon[sunting | sunting sumber]

Cuyo Archipelago[sunting | sunting sumber]

Pulau Manamoc as seen from the north
The main beach on the southern shore of Pamalican

Ilocos Region[sunting | sunting sumber]

Kepulauan Manila Bay[sunting | sunting sumber]

A 1941 map of Pulau Corregidor

Marinduque[sunting | sunting sumber]

Masbate[sunting | sunting sumber]

Metro Manila[sunting | sunting sumber]

A view of the southern side of Isla de Convalecencia from the Ayala Bridge over the Pasig River

Mindoro[sunting | sunting sumber]

Palawan[sunting | sunting sumber]

Cape Melville Lighthouse on the southern point of Pulau Balabac, circa 1892
A view from Amboyna Cay, an island of the Kepulauan Spratly group in the South China Sea

Kepulauan Polillo[sunting | sunting sumber]

An aerial view of Pulau Polillo

Romblon[sunting | sunting sumber]

An aerial view of Pulau Sibuyan

Southern Tagalog[sunting | sunting sumber]

Mindanao[sunting | sunting sumber]

Caraga[sunting | sunting sumber]

Central Mindanao[sunting | sunting sumber]

Davao Region[sunting | sunting sumber]

Kepulauan Dinagat[sunting | sunting sumber]

Northern Mindanao[sunting | sunting sumber]

Siargao[sunting | sunting sumber]

Sulu Archipelago[sunting | sunting sumber]

Pulau Panguan, The last island of the Sulu Archipelago nearest the Philippine-Malaysian border
Mardanas Island, officially known as Siluag
Panampangan Island, The island with the longest sandbar in the Philippines

Zamboanga Peninsula[sunting | sunting sumber]

Visayas[sunting | sunting sumber]

Biliran[sunting | sunting sumber]

Bohol[sunting | sunting sumber]

Cebu[sunting | sunting sumber]

An aerial view of Pulau Gato

Guimaras[sunting | sunting sumber]

Leyte[sunting | sunting sumber]

Pulau Negros[sunting | sunting sumber]

Panay[sunting | sunting sumber]

Samar[sunting | sunting sumber]

Daftar pulau menurut ukuran[sunting | sunting sumber]

List of Philippines islands by size. Note that there are discrepancies in the area size across various sources, which would change the rankings of some islands. The area cannot be taken as definitive.

# Nama Luas[2] Koordinat Catatan
1 Luzon 109,965 km2
(42 sq mi)
15°59′59″LU 121°00′00″BT / 15,9996°LU 121°BT / 15.9996; 121.0000 (Luzon) 15th largest island and 4th most populated island in the world
2 Mindanao 97,530 km2
(38 sq mi)
7°41′42″LU 124°15′04″BT / 7,695°LU 124,251°BT / 7.695; 124.251 (Mindanao) 19th largest island in the world
3 Samar 13,429 km2
(5 sq mi)
11°48′00″LU 125°00′43″BT / 11,8°LU 125,012°BT / 11.800; 125.012 (Samar) [3] Largest island entirely within one region
4 Negros 13,310 km2
(5 sq mi)
10°01′34″LU 122°58′01″BT / 10,026°LU 122,967°BT / 10.026; 122.967 (Negros) [3] Largest island constituting one region
5 Palawan 12,189 km2
(5 sq mi)
9°30′00″LU 118°30′00″BT / 9,5001°LU 118,5°BT / 9.5001; 118.5000 (Palawan) Largest island entirely within one province
6 Panay 12,011 km2
(5 sq mi)
11°10′26″LU 122°30′14″BT / 11,174°LU 122,504°BT / 11.174; 122.504 (Panay)
7 Mindoro 10,572 km2
(4 sq mi)
12°52′15″LU 120°55′40″BT / 12,8707°LU 120,9279°BT / 12.8707; 120.9279 (Mindoro)
8 Leyte 7,368 km2
(3 sq mi)
10°50′01″LU 124°50′00″BT / 10,8335°LU 124,8333°BT / 10.8335; 124.8333 (Leyte)
9 Cebu 4,468 km2
(2 sq mi)
10°19′42″LU 123°48′22″BT / 10,3284°LU 123,806°BT / 10.3284; 123.8060 (Cebu) Island province
10 Bohol 3,821 km2
(1 sq mi)
9°50′41″LU 124°12′49″BT / 9,8447°LU 124,2135°BT / 9.8447; 124.2135 (Bohol) Island province
11 Masbate 3,268 km2
(1 sq mi)
12°15′01″LU 123°30′00″BT / 12,2502°LU 123,5°BT / 12.2502; 123.5000 (Masbate) Island province
12 Catanduanes 1,523 km2
(1 sq mi)
13°48′31″LU 124°13′24″BT / 13,8086°LU 124,2233°BT / 13.8086; 124.2233 (Catanduanes) Island province
13 Basilan 1,265 km2
(0 sq mi)
6°35′28″LU 121°59′19″BT / 6,5911°LU 121,9885°BT / 6.5911; 121.9885 (Basilan) Island province; largest island of the Sulu Archipelago
14 Marinduque 920 km2
(355 sq mi)
13°23′06″LU 121°58′52″BT / 13,385°LU 121,9811°BT / 13.3850; 121.9811 (Marinduque) Island province
15 Busuanga 890 km2
(344 sq mi)
12°08′42″LU 120°05′41″BT / 12,1451°LU 120,0948°BT / 12.1451; 120.0948 (Busuanga) Largest of the Kepulauan Calamian
16 Jolo 869 km2
(336 sq mi)
5°58′24″LU 121°09′00″BT / 5,9732°LU 121,1501°BT / 5.9732; 121.1501 (Jolo) Part of the Sulu Archipelago
17 Tablas 844 km2
(326 sq mi)
12°24′20″LU 122°03′51″BT / 12,4055°LU 122,0642°BT / 12.4055; 122.0642 (Tablas) [4]
18 Dinagat 769 km2
(297 sq mi)
10°13′30″LU 125°35′41″BT / 10,2249°LU 125,5947°BT / 10.2249; 125.5947 (Dinagat) Island province
19 Polillo 629 km2
(243 sq mi)
14°50′34″LU 121°55′45″BT / 14,8428°LU 121,9293°BT / 14.8428; 121.9293 (Polillo)
20 Tawitawi 581 km2
(224 sq mi)
5°11′52″LU 120°02′00″BT / 5,1979°LU 120,0333°BT / 5.1979; 120.0333 (Tawitawi) Island province; part of the Sulu Archipelago
21 Guimaras 560 km2
(216 sq mi)
10°34′47″LU 122°36′03″BT / 10,5797°LU 122,6007°BT / 10.5797; 122.6007 (Guimaras) Island province
22 Biliran 536 km2
(207 sq mi)
11°35′01″LU 124°28′00″BT / 11,5835°LU 124,4667°BT / 11.5835; 124.4667 (Biliran) Island province
23 Sibuyan 465 km2
(180 sq mi)
12°23′10″LU 122°33′40″BT / 12,3862°LU 122,5612°BT / 12.3862; 122.5612 (Sibuyan)
24 Burias 417 km2
(161 sq mi)
12°52′54″LU 123°12′28″BT / 12,8816°LU 123,2078°BT / 12.8816; 123.2078 (Burias)
25 Siargao 416 km2
(161 sq mi)
9°54′19″LU 126°04′00″BT / 9,9052°LU 126,0667°BT / 9.9052; 126.0667 (Siargao)
26 Culion 389 km2
(150 sq mi)
11°49′09″LU 119°57′38″BT / 11,8192°LU 119,9606°BT / 11.8192; 119.9606 (Culion) [5] Part of the Kepulauan Calamian
27 Siquijor 334 km2
(129 sq mi)
9°11′51″LU 123°35′47″BT / 9,1976°LU 123,5964°BT / 9.1976; 123.5964 (Siquijor) Island province
28 Ticao 332 km2
(128 sq mi)
12°30′58″LU 123°41′41″BT / 12,5162°LU 123,6947°BT / 12.5162; 123.6947 (Ticao)
29 Dumaran 322 km2
(124 sq mi)
10°32′50″LU 119°52′23″BT / 10,5471°LU 119,873°BT / 10.5471; 119.8730 (Dumaran)
30 Balabac 319 km2
(123 sq mi)
7°56′32″LU 117°00′30″BT / 7,9421°LU 117,0083°BT / 7.9421; 117.0083 (Balabac)
31 Camiguin 255 km2
(98 sq mi)
9°10′26″LU 124°42′34″BT / 9,174°LU 124,7094°BT / 9.1740; 124.7094 (Camiguin) Island province
32 Samal 254 km2
(98 sq mi)
7°02′52″LU 125°44′39″BT / 7,0479°LU 125,7442°BT / 7.0479; 125.7442 (Samal)
33 Panaon 216 km2
(83 sq mi)
10°03′05″LU 125°12′45″BT / 10,0513°LU 125,2125°BT / 10.0513; 125.2125 (Panaon)
34 Olutanga 194 km2
(75 sq mi)
7°22′00″LU 122°52′54″BT / 7,3667°LU 122,8817°BT / 7.3667; 122.8817 (Olutanga)
35 Alabat 193 km2
(75 sq mi)
14°07′06″LU 122°03′05″BT / 14,1184°LU 122,0515°BT / 14.1184; 122.0515 (Alabat)
36 Bucas Grande 128 km2
(49 sq mi)
9°40′26″LU 125°56′55″BT / 9,6738°LU 125,9486°BT / 9.6738; 125.9486 (Bucas Grande)
37 Lubang 125 km2
(48 sq mi)
13°46′03″LU 120°11′10″BT / 13,7675°LU 120,186111°BT / 13.7675; 120.186111 (Lubang)
38 Bugsuk 119 km2
(46 sq mi)
8°15′15″LU 117°18′29″BT / 8,2542°LU 117,3081°BT / 8.2542; 117.3081 (Bugsuk)
39 Bantayan 116 km2
(45 sq mi)
11°13′07″LU 123°44′55″BT / 11,2187°LU 123,7487°BT / 11.2187; 123.7487 (Bantayan)
40 Sibutu 109 km2
(42 sq mi)
4°46′40″LU 119°28′35″BT / 4,7779°LU 119,4764°BT / 4.7779; 119.4764 (Sibutu)
41 Homonhon 105 km2
(41 sq mi)
10°45′21″LU 125°44′21″BT / 10,7558°LU 125,7393°BT / 10.7558; 125.7393 (Homonhon)
42 Poro 96 km2
(37 sq mi)
10°40′20″LU 124°27′22″BT / 10,6721°LU 124,456°BT / 10.6721; 124.4560 (Poro) Part of Kepulauan Camotes group
43 Patnanongan 92 km2
(36 sq mi)
14°47′01″LU 122°10′40″BT / 14,7835°LU 122,1779°BT / 14.7835; 122.1779 (Patnanongan)
44 Pangutaran 90 km2
(35 sq mi)
6°16′41″LU 120°32′52″BT / 6,278°LU 120,5477°BT / 6.2780; 120.5477 (Pangutaran)

Map[sunting | sunting sumber]

Templat:Islands of the Philippines image map

Lihat pula[sunting | sunting sumber]

Referensi[sunting | sunting sumber]

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  2. ^ "Islands by Land Area". Island Directory Tables. United Nations Environment Programme. Diakses tanggal 4 March 2013. 
  3. ^ a b "2010 Philippine Yearbook" (PDF) (23rd ed.). Manila, Philippines: National Statistics Office. ISSN 0116-1520. Diakses tanggal 2015-12-14. 
  4. ^ "Province: Romblon". PSGC Interactive. National Statistical Coordination Board. Diakses tanggal 3 March 2013. 
  5. ^ "Culion Island". Encyclopædia Britannica. Diakses tanggal April 7, 2011.