1980s|President: Ferdinand Marcos (Nacionalista Party)
Vice President: Fernando Lopez (Nacionalista Party)
House Speaker: José Laurel, Jr.
Chief Justice: Roberto Concepcion
March 18 – Jabidah massacre takes place when Army soldiers murdered a number of Moro recruits through machine gunfire in Corregidor Island in retaliation to the planned invasion of Sabah.
August 2 – The 1968 Casiguran earthquake occurred with a moment magnitude of 7.6 and a maximum Mercalli intensity of IX (Violent). The earthquake's epicenter was located in Casiguran, Aurora. This was deemed the most destructive earthquake in the Philippines prior to the 1990 Luzon earthquake.
October 12–27 – The Philippines participated in the 1968 Summer Olympics with 49 competitors in ten sports.
December 18 – ABS-CBN opens its present-day headquarters, the ABS-CBN Broadcasting Center on Bohol Avenue (renamed as Sgt. Esguerra Avenue in 1989), Quezon City, the most advanced broadcast facility in the country during that time.
April 13 – Lani Mercado, actress and member of the Philippine House of Representatives
April 23 – Juan Miguel Zubiri, Filipino Representative and senator
May 12 – Herbert Bautista
May 21 – Julie Vega, child actress and singer (d. 1985)
June 21 – Jett Pangan, singer
July 15 – Julius Babao
September 3 – Grace Poe
November 9 – Janice de Belen
November 15 - Teodoro Casiño, journalist and politician
December 11 - Eula Valdez
February 21 – Vicente Duterte, Filipino politician and lawyer, father of the 16th President of the Philippines, Rodrigo Duterte (b. 1911)
February 11 – Efren Reyes, Sr., Filipino actor (b. 1924)
May 8 – Telesforo Trinidad, Filipino fireman in the United States Navy and recipient of the Medal of Honor (b. 1890)
September 20 – Higino A. Acala, Sr., Filipino lawyer (b. 1925)
1968 in the Philippines Wikipedia
1968 in the Philippines details events of note that happened in the Philippines in 1968.