February 1, 2018


The soon-to-be city of Santo Tomas is a 1st income class town also classified as agro-industrial, with its various manufacturing and industrial plants and commercial establishments as well as agricultural production. The town is historically significant as the birthplace of the revolutionary hero General Miguel Malvar, the last Filipino general to surrender during the Philippine-American War.

Santo Tomas has a fairly big territory amounting to 9,541 hectares and a 2015 population of 179,844, one of the largest in the entire province. It can be reached by road from Manila via the Southern Tagalog Arterial Road, with an exit leading directly to the town.

The map above is directly embedded from Google Maps.



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