What is my postal code NAIC Cavite?
The zip code or postal code of Naic, Cavite is 4110.
What is postal code in Cavite?
Cavite Zip Code/ Postal Code & Area Code
|Location||ZIP Code/Postal Code||Phone Area Code|
|Cavite Naval Base||4101||46|
What is NAIC Cavite known for?
Thousands of years ago, Naic was a part of the towering Taal Volcano. Naic was the western slope of the volcano until its internal eruption which led to the sinking of its apex in its present condition.
What is postal code of Bacoor Cavite?
Zip Code is also otherwise called as Zip Code or PIN code (Postal Index Number)….Habay I Zip Code.
|Habay I, Bacoor, Cavite: 4102|
|Title||Habay I, Bacoor, Cavite|
|Postcode (ZIP)||Click Here to View|
What region Cavite is?
Region IV-A (CALABARZON) is composed of the five provinces of Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Rizal, and Quezon. CALABARZON is located in southern Luzon, southwest of Metro Manila and is the second most densely populated region in the country.
What is postal code of Dasmarinas Cavite?
Dasmariñas City, Cavite, Calabarzon (Region IV-A): 4114 Dasmariñas City is located in Calabarzon (Region IV-A), Cavite. Its zip code is 4114.
Is it good to live in Naic Cavite?
this city is small but it is also peaceful. It is between a province and a city where people know everyone and they like to be friends with everybody. My city has many places to visit and beaches to go to. People also are very humbling and hospitable.
What barangay is NAIC Cavite?
|Region||CALABARZON (Region IV‑A)|
How do you write a postcode?
The outward code includes the postcode area and the postcode district, respectively. The inward code includes the postcode sector and the postcode unit respectively. Examples of postcodes are “SW1W 0NY”, “PO16 7GZ”, “GU16 7HF”, and “L1 8JQ”.
What is the postcode of the Philippines?
Philippines – postal codes
|11||Manila CPO-PO Box# 1000 to 1099||1050|
|12||Manila CPO-PO Box# 1100 to 1199||1051|
What are the 8 cities of Cavite?
The communities located along the coast are Cavite City, Bacoor, Kawit, Noveleta, Rosario, Tanza, Naic, Maragondon, and Ternate. The richness of Cavite’s coastal resources is a major producer of oysters and mussels.