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CALAMBA

•1st class city in the Province of Laguna


•Resort Capital of the Philippines
•Pie Capital of the Philippines
•Hometown of the National Hero
•As of 2015, there are 454, 486 people
called as Calambeños.
HISTORY
 From the words “kalan” known as
stove and “banga” known as jar
stone. Until then they called the
place CALAMBA.
 Place of the biggest clayspot in the
whole world.
After a process of more than 7 years Calamba
became the 2nd component city of the Laguna.
 R.A. No. 9024, “An Act Converting the
Municipality of Calamba, Province of Laguna
into a Component City to be known as the City
of Calamba.
 Signed by Gloria Macapagal Arroyo
 March 5, 2001
•Was declared the regional center
of the CALABARZON
•By President Gloria Macapagal
Arroyo
•Executive Order No. 246
•October 28, 2003
GEOGRAPHY
Calamba lies on the northern slopes of Mt.
Makiling .
•Is also bordered by Cabuyao, City to the north,
Los Banos to the east, by the province of
Batangas to the south and by the province of
Cavite to the West.
•Covers a total land area of 14, 950 hectares.
•2nd largest city in Laguna
EDUCATION
 Calamba has a literacy rate of 98.9%.
 As of 2007, there are 120 elementary schools,
51 of which are public and 69 are private.
 There are 50 secondary schools, 16 are public
and 34 are private.
 Post-secondary education include 17
universities and colleges and 9 technical and
vocational schools.
BARANGAYS
 Has 54 barangays

CLIMATE
 Tropical moonson climate
ECONOMY
 Richest City in CALABARZON.
 According to 2014 COA annual audit report, it
registered a total income of 2B pesos.
 Considered as one of the “Next Wave Cities” for
outsourcing firms and call centers.
*Accenture
*SPi Technologies
BANKING
 As of December 2013, there are 83 banking
offices operating in the city.
 Calamba is the top city in CALABARZON with
total deposits amounting to 29, 632, 884 in
thousand pesos from 374, 122 accounts.
INDUSTRIES AND MANUFACTURING
(foods and beverages)
 Rebisco
 RC Cola
 Monde-M.Y. San Corporation
 Zest-O Corporation
(beauty company)
 AVON Products Manufacturing
(electronics/semiconductors companies)
 Samsung Electronics PH
 Toshiba Storage Device PH
 ST Microelectronics (formerly Philips
Electronics)
 Fuji Electric PH
(Automobile manufacturer)
 Asian Transmission Corporation
 Suzuki Philippines Inc.
TOURISM
FESTIVAL
“BUHAYANI festival”
 from words, “buhay” meaning life or the
state of being alive and lively and “bayani” or
hero.
 The festival’s tagline, “Buhay ng Bayani,”
literally translates to “Life of the Hero.”
EDUCATION
 Calamba has a literacy rate of 98.9%.
 As of 2007, there are 120 elementary schools, 51
are public and 69 are private.
 There are 50 secondary schools, 16 public and
34 private.
 Post-secondary education include 17
universities and colleges, and 9 technical and
vocational schools.

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