Calamba City is circumscribed by Cabuyao City toward the north, Los Baños toward the east, by the area of Batangas toward the south, particularly the regions of Santo Tomas, Tanauan City and Talisay, and by the territory of Cavite toward the west, with Tagaytay City and Silang. Laguna de Bay the nation's biggest lake, shapes the city's northwest fringe. The common capital, Santa Cruz, is found 45 kilometers (28 mi) by street toward the east. Calamba covers an aggregate area territory of 14,950 hectares (36,900 sections of land), making it is the second biggest city in Laguna region as far as area range after San Pablo City. Calamba City is referred to today as the "Wealthiest City in Calabarzon", (as per the 2014 Commission on Audit Annual Audit Report), as it enrolled an aggregate pay of ₱2,501,048,126.00. Calamba is additionally considered as one of the "Following Wave Cities" for outsourcing firms. The significant pay sources originates from assembling and monetary plants, tourism, agribusiness and administrations. There are numerous assembling and financial plants situated in upland barangays like Canlubang, Real, La Mesa, Milagrosa, Makiling, Punta, Barandal, Batino and Prinza.