Biñan is a station situated on the Manila-Legazpi Line. It serves Biñan City, Laguna.
Biñan was opened on September 2, 1908, a concrete station building was erected in 1941 replacing the wooden structure.
A new station building with raised platform was inaugurated on December 23, 2013.
- The MRR-era Biñan, Pandacan (demolished) and Pamplona stations, which were all built from 1940-1941, shares the same architectural design.
- Biñan was the terminus of the Metro South Commuter when it was opened in 1970, once again it in 2006 after the San Cristobal bridge was washed out.
- Since the erection of the new platform, the track is sandwiched between the old and the new platforms.
- The new platform was the former siding of the station.