Guiguinto is a first class urban municipality in the province of Bulacan, Philippines. According to the 2015 census, it has a population of 99,730 people.
Guiguinto is one of the fast-growing municipalities. From a predominating agricultural economy, it gradually urbanized and developed, now part of the Metro Manila conurbation.
It is the birthplace of composer Constancio De Guzman, known for writing songs like " Maalaala Mo Kaya". It also houses the Immaculate Conception Seminary, a Diocesan Seminary of the Diocese of Malolos located in barangay Tabe. The appellation “Guiguinto” literally translates to “Gold” for the early conquistadores came and saw this town on a harvest season when it lushes in golden rice stalks against the sun.