You may want to check out the following if you're looking for maps of the Philippines:
- The map collection of the Perry-Castañeda Library, University of Texas at Austin, has country, city, detailed, historical, regional and thematic maps. Most were produced by the Central Intelligence Agency. The oldest is a map of Manila (1851), while the newest (2004) is the kind that most travel guides have.
- The language maps of Ethnologue show where each of the different Filipino languages and dialects are spoken. A list of spoken and extinct Filipino languages is also available.
- If you are a teacher, then you may find the printable blank map from about.com useful for geography tests.
(Series: Filipiniana Online)