Ibaan is a second class municipality in the Province of Batangas, Philippines. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 48,482 people.
It is located 96 kilometres (60 mi) south of Manila. It is bounded on the north by San Jose and Lipa City; on the east by Rosario and Taysan; on the south by Batangas City; and on the west by Batangas City and San Jose, Philippines. It ha ...
s a land area of 6,796 hectares (26.24 sq mi) at an altitude of 124 metres (407 ft) above sea level.
It is predominantly a Roman Catholic community, with minor percentage of Protestants and members of the Iglesia ni Cristo. Tagalog is the local dialect, however English is included in its educational curriculum and is often used in official dealings and transactions.
Temperature is moderate both in its rainy and dry seasons, conducive to farming, agricultural and livestock production which are the usual occupation of the people. There are less and less farmers each year because locals resort to hog raising which provides better income. Other sources of income are being engaged in business and profession.
Ibaan is known as the home of the "kulambo" (mosquito net) because the production and trading of such nets belong to one of the most profitable businesses in the locality. Ibaan is also very known for their own-made "tamales" that is wrapped in the leaves of banana.
This town celebrates its foundation day during 11th of February. They have a simple festival called "Les Kuhliembo Festival", featuring their products - tamales, kulambo, habi, liempo, and tubo (sugar cane).
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