Lipa City




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Lipa covers a range of 20,940 hectares (209.4 km2) at a rise of 1,025 feet (312 m) above ocean level. Lipa City's angling territory is situated at Barangay Halang, in the west of the city; it is really a part of Taal Lake, which is associated with different regions (Cuenca, Mataas na Kahoy and Balete). Lipa City is limited by the town of Santo Tomas in the upper east, San Pablo City of Laguna and San Antonio, Quezon in the east, the districts of Padre Garcia and Rosario in the southeast, the regions of Ibaan and San Jose in the southwest, the regions of Cuenca and Mataas Na Kahoy and Taal Lake in the west and the regions of Balete and Malvar in the northwest. It is distinguished as a perfect center and focus of the CALABARZON Agro-Industrial Region in the Regional Physical Framework Plan of Region IV-A. In the later past, Lipa is being changed from essentially rural to an exceptionally urbanizing range. A noteworthy bit of the agrarian area range of the city has been changed over to private subdivisions, mechanical region with the foundation of LIMA Technology Center using lands in the city and Malvar Municipality. As of late, the flood of business procedure outsourcing (BPO) firms, for example, call focuses have contributed much to the development of the nearby economy. BPO destinations are scattered all through the city. It positioned sixth out of 10 in the Top 10 next wave urban communities of 2010 by the Commission of Information and Communication Technology (ICCT).