Pili is arranged at 13.56° North scope, 123.27° East longitude and 26 meters height over the ocean level. Pili is a little city in Philippines, having around 23,178 occupants. Urbanization greatly affected the town of Pili. Only a neighboring town of Naga City, a rate of the populace still depends on Naga City's ventures for employments, and colleges for instruction. Pili is the customary optional development focus of the Metro Naga. The town is likewise hailed ordinarily as a standout amongst the most aggressive districts in the Bicol area and the entire nation. Presently, Pili is rumored as the Bicol district's thriving mechanical town with its monster distribution centers and processing plants. It is ordinarily known as 'Centro', which signifies "focus" among local people. The territory has been the focal point of trade and organizations in the town. The "Daang Maharlika" or the national street is the principle street of the town legitimate, where it extends from San Isidro to Santiago. It is the area of the Pili Municipal Hall, St. Raphael the Archangel Church, and the Pili Public Market. Pili's real part in Metro Naga is the hatching of Agro-Industrial, and Industrial establishments. The Bicol Industrial Park situated in Barangay San Jose is additionally a mass supplier of employments for Agro-Industrial purposes. The 120-hectare region houses the rice waste to vitality plant supported by the Korean Government, the WL Manufacturing Center, the Bicol Rice Research and Graining Institute, Samsung Electronics Institute, and the Department of Agriculture Regional Office and Warehouse.