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Talisayan, Zamboanga City, Philippines
Area Size in Hectares: 498

As you enter the barangay of Talisayan by way of the main highway you are welcomed by the beautiful rice fields on both sides of the road. Talisayan continues on until it meets up with the barangay of San Ramon. After you cross the Ayala bridge, instead of going straight and staying on the main highway, turn left and you will be on the old Talisayan road. Although some of the beach front properties have been fenced in by corporations, you can still go swimming in the beautiful Talisayan beach.

Talisayan is also very much industrialized. Mega Sardines Co. is located on the old Talisayan Road and other Canning companies are also in Talisayan.

Location of Talisayan, Zamboanga City

  • Location: West Coast, coastal area
  • Distance from CITY PROPER: 26.00 Kms.

History of Talisayan, Zamboanga City

During those early days, Talisayan was a quiet place and there were just few people living in the area. When the Spaniards came, a large number of people moved to the place.

As the years went by, there were also people who decided to stay in this place to earn their living. They found this place suitable for fishing and farming.

People from other places finally decided to stay here permanently. In the late afternoons, children spent their time along the seashore playing and breathing the freshness of the air. The children also gathered talisay fruits that served as their snacks after playing.

One afternoon, a group of Spaniards passed by the seashore. They saw the children playing and they approached them and asked in Spanish what the name of the place is.

The children thought they were asked what they were eating, so they replied "Talisay". Consequently the Spaniards thought that the name of the place is Talisayan after the talisay trees that grew abundantly in the area. This is the reason why this place is now called Talisayan.

Moreover, Talisayan also has one sitio called San Ramon. Like Talisayan, it also has its own story.

  article from: Talisayan LGU

People of Talisayan, Zamboanga City

  • (2007 Census)
    • Total Population: 10,736
    • Number of Household: 812

Local Government Unit LGU of Talisayan, Zamboanga City

Elected Officers for the term of 2007 - 2010

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Religions in Talisayan, Zamboanga City

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Schools in Talisayan, Zamboanga City

  • Talisayan Elementary School
  • Talisayan National High School

Economy of Talisayan, Zamboanga City

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Natural Resources of Talisayan, Zamboanga City

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Fiestas and Traditions of Talisayan, Zamboanga City

  • Barangay Fiesta: 1st Saturday of April
  • Patron Saint: San Vicente Ferrer.

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Submitted_by: Edwin Makasiar email: Brianandsam45@aol.com

Hi there I grew up in Talisayan with my grandfolks and it has been 6 years since I have been there but I cannot remember the Barrio captain it has been awhile I have to ask my father. I know my grandpa the late Roberto "Berting" Navarro was there when it was just well bamboo groves mostly after the war and my other relatives the Macrohon's are the ones who have been there the longest I have to do a little research but boy I tell you I miss that place a lot I swam at the beach.hunted small game with lolo up in the hills and fished at the San Ramon Sas river. My name is Edwin Makasiar II Mr. Gaspar the professor is my dad'd friend his son was my classmate in gradeschool and high school and yes that makes me an Atenean later......Ed

Families of Talisayan, Zamboanga City

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