There are several different types of natural water forms within and around the Philippines, including channels, swamps, straits, gulfs, seas, bays, waterfalls, rivers and lakes. Being an archipelago, the country's coastline would measure roughly 10,847 miles if laid end-to-end.Continue Reading
The Philippines is bordered by Babuyan Channel to the north, the South China Sea to the west and the Celebes Sea to the south. Its eastern coast faces the Pacific Ocean.
Several inland rivers and lakes within the islands have also been formed by various geological activities.