Friday, July 10, 2009

Manila ZIP Code

ZIP Code for Manila, Philippines


Location

ZIP Code

Phone Area Code

Binondo

1006

2

Intramuros

1002

2

Malate

1004

2

Manila CPO - Ermita

1000

2

Paco

1007

2
Pandacan 1011 2

Port Area (South)

1018

2

Quiapo

1001

2

Sampaloc East

1008

2

Sampaloc West

1015

2

San Andres Bukid

1017

2

San Miguel

1005

2

San Nicolas

1010

2
Sta. Ana 1009 2
Sta. Cruz North 1014 2
Sta. Cruz South 1003 2
Sta. Mesa 1016 2
Tondo North 1013 2

Tondo South

1012

2


Philippine capital city of Manila, the entry point of most travellers to the country. Manila offers its visitors many interesting tourist spots, a vibrant nightlife and a shopping paradise for the local and foreign tourist.

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Philippines Postal ZIP Codes ZIP Code is an important component of a postal address when mailing letters or packages to and from the Philippines. Adding the ZIP Code increases the speed, accuracy and quality of all mail services by the Philippine Postal Corporation. Mails with ZIP Codes can be processed and pre-sorted quickly at the post office and results in a faster and more accurate delivery of mail, benefiting both the sender and the addressee.
 
 

The term ZIP is an acronym for "Zone Improvement Plan". The ZIP Code was first used by the United States Postal Service and was later adopted by the Philippines. The difference between the U.S. and the Philippine ZIP Code is that the U.S. ZIP Code uses five (5) digits (and sometimes with an additional four digits for a more accurate delivery of mail) while the Philippine Postal Corporation uses only a four digit ZIP Code. "ZIP" is always spelled in capital letters.

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