Labogon. It is a matter of oral tradition in Labogon that the name of the place came from a local dish considered a delicacy by its first settlers. The original residents of this place not only traveled the seas but they also fished from its waters. One of the fishermen’s catch happened to be a peculiar fish and the people called it pagui (stingray). They marveled at its “wings” and its pointed tail and they cooked it for supper. Later they discovered that pagui tasted even better when tinonoan (with coconut milk), and they called the dish “labog” which evolved to “labogon”. Due to its very popular dish, the place became “labogon”, where one could enjoy labog.