Land Area (in hectares.): 76
It was a former sitio of Barangay Inerangan and was declared an independent barangay in 1983. It inherited its name from the first man who dwelt in the place as a kaingero. With the help of his family, they converted the forest into fields where they planted rice, vegetables and different kinds of root crops as a source of living. The family of the man called 'Lakay Landoc' spread out until the place became a sitio w/c they named after its founder. Besides agriculture, the inhabitants are also famous blacksmiths.