1999 in the Philippines
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1999 in the Philippines details events of note that happened in the Philippines in the year 1999.
- President: Joseph Estrada
- Vice President: Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo
- Senate President: Marcelo Fernan
- House Speaker: Manny Villar
- Chief Justice: Hilario Davide, Jr.
- May 26 - Miriam Quiambao was proclaimed 1st runner-up in the Miss Universe 1999 pageant night was held in the Chaguaramas Convention Centre, Chaguaramas, Trinidad and Tobago.
- May 29 - The Manhunt International World Finals (1999) was held in Manila, Philippines on 29 May 1999. About 43 participants competed in this edition.
- August 7 -15 - The Philippines participated at the 20th Southeast Asian Games were held in Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei Darussalam. It ranked fifth place, with an overall medal tally of 87.
- December 7 - Asian Spirit Flight 100 was crashed onto a mountainside between the municipalities of Kasibu, Nueva Vizcaya and Cabarroguis, Quirino, 17 passengers were killed.
- January - Diplomatic relations between Palau and the Philippines reached an all time low with Palau President Kuniwo Nakamura threatening to sever diplomatic ties between his country and the Philippines over repeated crossing of Filipino fishers into Palau's EEZ.
Main article: 1999 in Philippine television
- April 1 - Jairus Aquino, Filipino actor
- April 5 - Sharlene San Pedro, Filipino actress
- April 21 - Loisa Andalio
- May 14 - Francis Magundayao, Filipino actor
- August 17 - Robert Villar, Jr., Filipino actor
- October 23 - Joseph Andre Garcia, Filipino actor
- November 26 - Gianna Cutler, actress
- May 16 - Eva Macapagal, Ninth First Lady of the Philippines
- July 25 - Raul Manglapus, Filipino Senator
- Results of the 1999 Southeast Asian Games
- OVER SEAS - The Online Magazine for Sustainable Seas. Oneocean.org. Retrieved on 2013-09-01.
- Palau Country Review. CountryWatch Incorporated. 2013. p. 48.