Tuy

Batangas

Tuy (pronounced as "too-wee") is a third class municipality in the Province of Batangas, Philippines, about 100 kilometres (62 mi) south of Manila. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 40,734 people.


The patron of Tuy is Saint Vincent Ferrer, the patron of construction workers celebrates his feast day during May 8.


The town of Tuy is located in between t ...

wo first class municipalities namely Balayan and Nasugbu. Tuy is also between 2 rivers: in the north, Tuy town proper's boundary is the Mataywanac/Salipit River, while in the south, the Tuy town proper's boundary is the Obispo River.


The former PNP chief Raul Bacalzo was born in Tuy and is a graduate of Our Lady of Peace Academy's high school department.


Tuy has also been producing famous bakery products of its own, like the so-called jacobina biscuits, biscocho toasted bread, among other bakery products, since the 1960s.


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