Municipality of Naval, Biliran Province
Cabungaan, Biliran Island, Philippines
Cabungaan. Although its root word is the generic Bisaya term for “fruit, EBunga (Areca catechu) here specifically refers to the betel palm, whose reddish-yellow fruit was traditionally used with lime and the leaves of betel pepper or tobacco as ritual chewing material called buyô or mamâ [Tramp 1995, 61]. Kabungaan means “a place where bunga is abundant.
It has a population of 383 (2010 Census).
Barangay Captain: Lopera, Rey P. J. Dacara
Aguhob, Fidel Fajardo
Narrido, Mauricio Victoria
Narrido, Jennifer Bilon
Suliva, Dandy Casas
Rale, Mariquita Dacara
Sto. Tomas, Ma. Catalina Quijano
Ora, Johnny Nailon
SK Chairman: AGUHOB, DENNIS ESPEDILLA