Leyte Zip Code and Area Code

LocationZip CodeArea Code
Abuyog651053
Alangalang651753
Albuera654253
Babatngon652053
Barugo651953
Bato652553
Baybay652153
Burauen651653
Calubian653453
Capoocan653053
Carigara652953
Dagami651553
Dulag650553
Hilongos652453
Hindang652353
Inopacan652253
Isabel653953
Jaro652753
Javier (Bugho)651153
Julita650653
Kananga653153
La Paz650853
Leyte653353
Macarthur650953
Mahaplag651253
Matag-ob653253
Matalom652653
Mayorga650753
Merida654053
Ormoc City654153
Palo650153
Palompon653853
Pastrana651453
San Isidro653553
San Miguel651853
Sta. Fe651353
Tabango653653
Tabontabon650453
Tacloban City650053
Tanauan650253
Tolosa650353
Tunga652853
Villaba653753

About Leyte

Leyte is known for its involvement during its role in World War II. It was in Leyte that Douglas MacArthur had returned in October 1944. The Battle of Leyte took place, and the Battle of Leyte Gulf is considered one of the most significant naval battles in history.

People come to visit the violin-shaped Lake Danao, the pure white sandy beach of Kalanggaman Island and the St. Nino Shrine and Heritage Museum. Born in Leyte is the Tinikling, a folk dance involving two people tapping and sliding bamboo poles against each other and on the ground. Another two dancers dance in coordination over, beside, and between the poles.

From Leyte are Tado, the comedian, Leo Lastimosa, a tri-media journalist, and Merlie Alunan, a multi-awarded Filipina poet and author.

Official website: leyteprovince.net

Leyte Zip Code and Area Code
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