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Sister cities of Metro Manila

Sister cities of Metro Manila are cities with which the Philippine capital region of Metro Manila and its local government units are twinned geographically and politically, with the goal of fostering human contact and cultural interchange


  • 1 Metro Manila
  • 2 Local government units
  • 3 See also
  • 4 References

Metro Manilaedit

The following cities have been declared twin towns and sister cities of the capital region

Shanghai, China1

Local government unitsedit

The following cities have been declared twin towns and sister cities of the capital city and surrounding local government units in Metro Manila

  • Manila
Acapulco, Mexico, since 19692 Beijing, China, since 200513 Dili, East Timor4 Guangzhou, China1 Haifa, Israel5 Honolulu, Hawaii, United States, since 1980678 Maui County, Hawaii, United States, as a Friendship city since 19948910 Moscow, Russia Nantan, Kyoto, Japan1112 Sacramento, California, United States813 Saipan, Northern Mariana Islands14 San Francisco, California, United States815 Taipei, Taiwan1617 Takatsuki, Osaka, Japan11 Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, since 197918 Yokohama, Japan1119
  • Caloocan
Calamba City, Laguna Malabon City, Philippines San Jose Del Monte, Bulacan Incheon, South Korea
  • Makati
Balatan, Camarines Sur, Philippines20 Cluj-Napoca, Romania Famy, Laguna, Philippines20 Infanta, Quezon, Philippines20 Itogon, Benguet, Philippines20 Los Angeles, California, United States, since 19928212223 Vladivostok, Primorsky Krai, Russia
  • Malabon
Jung District, Daejeon, South Korea24
  • Mandaluyong
Dubai, United Arab Emirates25note 1
  • Marikina
Alaminos, Pangasinan, Philippines 26 Bacolod City, Philippines 27 Brampton, Ontario, Canada, as a Friendship city since 2005 2829 Busan, South Korea 30 Iloilo City, Philippines 31
  • Muntinlupa
Liuzhou, China132 Piteşti, Romania33 Staffanstorp, Sweden32 Takasaki, Gunma, Japan11323435
  • Parañaque
Haeundae, South Korea, since 201536
  • Pasay
Jecheon, South Korea Tainan City, Taiwan, since September 10, 198037 Union City, California, United States838
  • Pasig
Marugame, Kagawa, Japan11 South San Francisco, California, United States839
  • Quezon City
Alicia, Isabela, Philippines40 Banaybanay, Davao Oriental, Philippines40 Chiba City, Chiba, Japan11 Cotabato City, Philippines40 Davao City, Philippines40 General Santos, Philippines40 Iloilo City, Philippines40 Kenosha, Wisconsin, United States841 La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines40 Maui County, Hawaii, United States, since 197081042 Naga City, Camarines Sur, Philippines New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada434445 Puerto Princesa, Philippines40 Pura, Tarlac, Philippines40 Sadanga, Mountain Province, Philippines40 Salt Lake City, Utah, United States846 Shenyang, China1 Taipei, Taiwan1617 Wao, Lanao del Sur, Philippines40
  • San Juan
Maui County, Hawaii, United States, since 1991 as a Friendship City847 Santa Barbara, California, United States82348
  • Taguig
Bacolod, Negros Occidental, Philippines49 Naga, Camarines Sur, Philippines Tabaco, Albay, Philippines50 Vigan, Ilocos Sur, Philippines51
  • Valenzuela
Bucheon, South Korea, since June 25, 200852

See alsoedit

  • List of sister cities in the Philippines


  1. ^ But not according Dubai City Guide
  1. ^ a b c d e "Overview of China-Philippines Bilateral Relations: III Exchanges and Cooperation in the Fields of Culture, Education, Science and the Military, etc" Embassy of the People's Republic of China in the Republic of the Philippines 5 March 2009 Retrieved 2015-02-04 There are 24 pairs of sister-cities or sister-provinces between China and the Philippines, namely: Hangzhou and Baguio City, Guangzhou and Manila City, Shanghai and Metro Manila, Xiamen and Cebu City, Shenyang and Quezon City, Fushun and Lipa City, Hainan and Cebu Province, Sanya and Lapu-Lapu City, Shishi and Naya City, Shandong and Ilocos Norte Province, Zibo and Manduae City, Anhui and Nueva Ecija Province, Hubei and Leyte Province, Liuzhou and Muntinlupa City, Hezhou and San Fernando City, Haerbin and Cagayan de Oro City, Laibin and Laoag City, Beijing and Manila City, Jiangxi and Bohol Province, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region and Davao City, Lanzhou and Albay Province, Beihai and Puerto Princessa City, Fujian Province and Laguna Province, Wuxi and Puerto Princessa City 
  2. ^ Pacheco, Ossiel 2 April 2009 "Revivirá Añorve hermandad cultural y comercial con 10 ciudades del mundo" La Jornada Retrieved 10 November 2015 
  3. ^ "Beijing's Sister Cities" eBeijing, the Official Website of the Beijing Government Beijing International Retrieved 2015-02-05 
  4. ^ "Sisterhood Agreement With Democratic Republic Of Timor Leste" City of Manila's official website 
  5. ^ "Haifa Mayor Visits Manila" Embassy of Israel in the Philippines Retrieved 10 November 2015 
  6. ^ "Honolulu Data: Sister Cities" official webcite Honolulu: City and County of Honolulu 2013 Retrieved 2015-01-04 
  7. ^ "Manila, Philippines & Honolulu, Hawaii" Washington, DC: Sister Cities International Retrieved 2015-02-04 
  8. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l "US-Asia Sister Cities by State" Asia Matters for America Honolulu, Hawaii: East West Center Retrieved 2015-02-04 
  9. ^ "Manila, Philippines & Maui, Hawaii" Sister Cities International Retrieved 4 February 2015 
  10. ^ a b "SISTER CITIES" Maui County Sister Cities Foundation Retrieved 2015-02-04 
  11. ^ a b c d e f "List of Sister City Affiliations with Japan by country: Philippines" Singapore: Japan Council of Local Authorities for International Relations CLAIR, Singapore 29 Feb 2012 Retrieved 2015-02-04 
  12. ^ "Sister cities, towns and villages of Kyoto Prefecture" Kyoto Prefecture Website Retrieved 5 February 2015 
  13. ^ "Manila, Philippines & Sacramento, California" Washington, DC: Sister Cities International Retrieved 2015-02-04 
  14. ^ Todeno, Junhan B 17 June 2012 "Flores forges sister city ties with Manila" Marianas Variety Retrieved 10 November 2015 
  15. ^ "Manila, Philippines & San Francisco, California" Washington, DC: Sister Cities International Retrieved 2015-02-04 
  16. ^ a b "Taipei City Council" International Sister Cities Retrieved 4 February 2015 
  17. ^ a b "City Diplomacy: Taipei's Sister Cities" Secretariat, Taipei City Government 4 February 2015 Retrieved 5 February 2015 
  18. ^ "Mayor Katz leads sister city delegation to Philippines" City of Winnipeg Retrieved 10 November 2015 
  19. ^ "50th Anniversaries" City of Yokohama Retrieved 4 February 2015 
  20. ^ a b c d "Makati celebrates 342nd foundation day with sister LGUs" Bayanihanorg Philippine News Agency PNA 25 May 2012 Retrieved 2015-02-04 – via The Balita Organization 
  21. ^ "Makati, Philippines & Los Angeles, California" Washington, DC: Sister Cities International Retrieved 2015-02-04 
  22. ^ "Makati, Philippines" Sister Cities of Los Angeles City of Los Angeles Retrieved 2015-02-05 
  23. ^ a b "Socal Sister Cities Directory" Southern California Sister Cities Directory SoCal Chapter Inc Retrieved 2015-02-05 
  24. ^ "Overseas Sister Cities" Daejeon Jung-gu District Retrieved 4 February 2015 
  25. ^ "About:Mandaluyong City" Araphil Apartments & Tours Retrieved 5 February 2015 Mandaluyong City has definitely grown to a city of a once quiet municipality of traditional pre war era of houses to a mighty economy of businesses and shopping place It also became the sister city of Dubai, United Arab Emirates 
  26. ^ "Alaminos donates goods in Marikina" Balita September 2009 Retrieved 2015-02-20 
  27. ^ "Bacolod send aid to Marikina" SunStar August 2013 Retrieved 2015-02-20 
  28. ^ "Municipal Cooperation, 1967-present" PDF Brampton, Canada: Economic Development Office, Brampton City April 2014 Retrieved 2015-02-15 
  29. ^ "City of Brampton Extends Campaign to Support Red Cross Relief Efforts in Philippines" The Asian Connections Newspaper 6 December 2013 Retrieved 5 February 2015 The City of Brampton has partnered with the Canadian Red Cross to assist in providing relief and aid to victims of Typhoon Haiyan in response to an outpouring of interest and concern, as well as the relationship with its Sister City, Marikina 
  30. ^ "SUMMARY OF FOREIGN TRAVEL AUTHORITY ISSUED TO LOCAL OFFICIALS AND EMPLOYEES" PDF dilggovph November 2011 Retrieved February 2015  Check date values in: |access-date= help
  31. ^ "Iloilo sends aid to Marikina, Quezon City" Balita October 2009 Retrieved 2015-02-20 
  32. ^ a b c "Muntinlupa City: History" VisitMyPhilippines Department of Tourism Retrieved 5 February 2015 March 1, 1994 During the Bunye Administration, Muntinlupa signed a sisterhood pact with Gunma, Japan The covenant called the "Muntinlupa-Gunma Sisterhood Pact" that will establish bilateral relations between the two municipalities October 17, 2000 Another milestone in international relations has been achieved with another sister-city agreement with Staffanstorp, Sweden September 27, 2004 Liuzhou, the "Dragon City of China", becomes the third sister city of Muntinlupa  C1 control character in |quote= at position 162 help
  33. ^ Villanueva, Rhodina 30 December 2006 "Muntinlupa, Romanian City Forge Anti-drug Ties" The Philippine Star Retrieved 5 February 2015 The Muntilupa-Pitesti accord is incorporated in their sister-city pact, which entails active partnership in public administration, urban planning, environmental issues and sustainable development 
  34. ^ "Sister Cities: Takasaki, Japan" Municipality of the City of Pilsen Retrieved 4 February 2015 
  35. ^ "Sister City Relationships" Takasaki International Relations Society Retrieved 4 February 2015 
  36. ^ "Parañaque inks sisterhood agreement with South Korea's Haeundae-gu" Philippine Information Agency 8 September 2015 Retrieved 12 February 2016 
  37. ^ "Introduction of Tainan’s Sister/Friend Cities" Tainan City Government 14 August 2013 Retrieved 12 March 2015 
  38. ^ "Pasay City, Philippines & Union City, California" Washington, DC: Sister Cities International Retrieved 2015-02-04 
  39. ^ "Pasig City, Philippines & South San Francisco, California" Washington, DC: Sister Cities International Retrieved 2015-02-04 
  40. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k "Roxas City: Quezon City's New Sister City" The Local Government of Quezon City 19 March 2013 Retrieved 4 February 2015 
  41. ^ "Quezon City, Philippines & Kenosha, Wisconsin" Washington, DC: Sister Cities International Retrieved 2015-02-04 
  42. ^ "Quezon City, Philippines & Maui, Hawaii" Washington, DC: Sister Cities International Retrieved 2015-02-04 
  43. ^ "Sister + Friendship Cities" City of New Westminster Retrieved 9 November 2015 
  44. ^ "City of New Westminster; Around City Hall" New Westminster Public Library Corporation of the City of New Westminster, 2000 Retrieved 9 November 2015 11 Quezon Marker; This marker commemorates Quezon City in the Philippines, New Westminster's sister city since 1991 12 Flag pole; This pole flies the flag of the Philippines in recognition of the sister City arrangement with Quezon 
  45. ^ The Record New Westminster 14 May 2008 "Grant helps city explore twin relationships" CanWest MediaWorks Publications Inc Retrieved 9 November 2015 The grant will be used to enhance the city's existing sister city relationships with Lijiang China, Moriguchi Japan and Quezon City Philippines, as well as to pursue new twinning opportunities with other local governments in China, Japan, India and Korea 
  46. ^ "Quezon City, Philippines & Salt Lake City, Utah" Washington, DC: Sister Cities International Retrieved 2015-02-04 
  47. ^ "San Juan, Philippines & Maui, Hawaii" Washington, DC: Sister Cities International Retrieved 2015-02-04 
  48. ^ "San Juan, Philippines & Santa Barbara, California" Washington, DC: Sister Cities International Retrieved 2015-02-04 
  49. ^ "Council approves sisterhood, twinning with Taguig" SunStar May 11, 2012 
  52. ^ "International & Domestic Exchange: Overseas Sister Cities and Friendship Cities Status" Fantasia Bucheon Retrieved 12 March 2015 

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