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Clay Pot "BANGA"

  From the window of the Rizal Shrine, one can view a Calamba landmark, constructed in 1937, to illustrate the folk tale of how the town got its na...

St. John The Baptist Church

Located at the corner of Mercado and JP Rizal Streets, the Church of St. John the Baptist stands right across the Rizal Shrine, Built  in the...

Rizal Shrine

Along historic Calle Real, just a few steps away from the Old Calamba City Hall, now the City College of Calamba, and the parish church, is the shri...


T he mysterious granite cinder block of Rockpoint looks like an ancient spearhead from the hills in the resort town of Pansol.  The locals...

Petty John Studio

  Pottery making is an important source of livelihood in Laguna. John Lorenzo Pettyjohn and wife Tessy belong to an emerging generation of artis...


Calamba City, now considered the “Hot Spring Capital of the Country” offers the best resort accommodations with modern facilities and amenities. It ...

Lakefront Area

  Calamba City situated along Laguna de Bay, takes advantage of its opportunites. All year round, tourists are attracted with the famous Wonde...

Eco-Tourism Sites

Mt. Makiling Forest Reserve serves the interest of adventurous people who loves mountain, climbing, bird watching, nature gazing and camping. Mt, Ma...

Industrial Parks

  The presence of industrial parks totalling to eight (8) provides home to industrial companies and frequently visited by students around the cou...

  • Clay Pot "BANGA"

    Tuesday, 25 January 2011 11:32
  • St. John The Baptist Church

    Tuesday, 25 January 2011 11:38
  • Rizal Shrine

    Tuesday, 25 January 2011 15:41
  • Rockpoint

    Tuesday, 25 January 2011 15:58
  • Petty John Studio

    Tuesday, 25 January 2011 16:07
  • Hotsprings

    Wednesday, 26 January 2011 09:40
  • Lakefront Area

    Wednesday, 26 January 2011 09:42
  • Eco-Tourism Sites

    Wednesday, 26 January 2011 09:46
  • Industrial Parks

    Wednesday, 26 January 2011 09:50


Calamba, “Cradle of our National Hero”

As birthplace of the country’s national hero, Calamba’s role in history can never be repealed nor discounted.  It is actually the prime attraction why tourists both local and foreign never lost interest in visiting the country particularly the city.  Moreover, the tag “Hot Spring capital of the Philippines” brought additional charisma and now considered a tourist haven of Laguna.

Last Updated (Friday, 11 February 2011 15:46)


Quick Facts



Calamba hugs the coast of the southern tip of Laguna de Bay and lies at the foot of Mt. Makiling. It is bounded on the east by Laguna de Bay, on the north by Cabuyao, on the south by Los Baños and on the west by the town of Sto. Tomas belonging to the adjacent province of Batangas.


Goint There

Only 54 kilometers from Manila, can be reached via the South Luzon Expressway in approximately an hour and a half of easy driving. The city serves as the gateway to the provinces of Batangas, Quezon and the Bicol region.

Calamba is serviced by various bus lines throughout the day and night. Major bus companies like HM Transport Inc. and Greenstar Inc. are servicing along Cubao and Lawton, Manila area. While local bus companies’ like Saint Rose and Calamba Megatrans ply the Alabang, Lawton and Cubao area.

Calamba is a major tourist destination and will be a transshipment point with the newly developed extension of SLEX and the proposed rehabilitation of the South Railways. A new route also from Calamba to Tagaytay City, Cavite is currently being developed.

Last Updated (Friday, 11 February 2011 15:46)

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