-> is a first class municipality in the island province of Bohol, Philippines. Ubay lies of the northeastern part of the province, and has a land area of approximately 299.45 sq. km.


  We envisioned the Municipality of Ubay "a well-defined home and peaceful Municipality characterized by GOD loving and empowered stakeholders, balanced ecosystem and a well-preserved culture, which are nurtured by committed and responsive inhabitants determined to pursue the dream of making the municipality a premier sustainable science City and a food basket in the Province of Bohol".


  - Investment and business opportunities to increase jobs and reduce poverty;

  - Expand housing options either in urban or rural barangays to meet the needs of the growing populace at various life stages;

  - Encourage the public, youth, senior citizens, and persons with disability as active partners in drawing-up community development particularly on spatial land uses;

  - Promote strong and dynamic economic infrastructures through agricultural productivity and application of Science and Technology;

  - Strengthen Ubay's community identity and sense of maintaining "green areas green"

  - Inculcate in the municipal planning team climate change and disaster risk reduction management for stable environment putting into effect the Ridge-to-Reef model;

  - Improve the development and management of ecotourism destination;

  - Deepen Solid Waste Management Planning for lawful implementation;

  - Develop cluster growth area among adjoining barangays to leverage effective and efficient agricultural and fisheryproductivity to improve the income of farmers and fisherfolk that will augment their buying power and local revenue.


Ubay Stock Farm (USF)

  Started in 1921 and measures 4,500 hectares, it is the largest and the oldest government livestock facilities in the Philippines. The place was chosen as one of the accredited livestock technology training facility for Visayas and Mindanao. It is located in barangay Lomangog.

Capayas Dam

  One of the largest dams in the province and located along the national highway in barangay Bay-ang. It is the major source of water supply of the town for home use and irrigation.

Ubay Agri-Park

  The first of its kind in the Visayan region was recently launched to boost the agriculture and tourism industries in the area. A 100-hectare land situated along the national highway in Lomangog. Ubay Agri-Park helps to promote agri-tourism or "farm tourism," is also a showcase of Bohol’s advancement in farm technology. Guests or visitors can interact with the park’s personnel on various aspects of farm technology, and they leave the park much richer in agricultural knowledge or production.