Santo Tomas
Province of Batangas

Summary data
Island groupLuzon
RegionCALABARZON (Region IV‑A)
Barangay count30
Postal code4234
Marine waterbodiesnone (landlocked)
Area (2007)95.41 km2
(36.84 sq. mi)
Population (2015)179,844
Density (2015)1,885 per km2
(4,882 per sq. mi)
Coordinates14° 6' North, 121° 10' East
(14.1068 ° N, 121.1616 ° E)
Estimated elevation
above sea level
168.1 meters
(551.5 feet)
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Santo Tomas is a landlocked municipality in the coastal province of Batangas.

The municipality has a land area of 95.41 square kilometers or 36.84 square miles which constitutes 3.06% of Batangas's total area. The 2015 Census records its population as 179,844 representing 6.67% of the total population of Batangas province, or 1.25% of the overall population of the CALABARZON region. Based on such figures, the population density is computed at 1,885 inhabitants per square kilometer or 4,882 inhabitants per square mile.

Demographic profile of barangays

Santo Tomas has 30 barangays as shown in the following table.



Growth Rate
Barangay I1.03%1,8461,7664.53%0.85%
Barangay II1.54%2,7772,29121.21%3.73%
Barangay III1.41%2,5431,93331.56%5.36%
Barangay IV1.97%3,5422,80626.23%4.53%
San Agustin1.33%2,4002,3741.10%0.21%
San Antonio6.48%11,6579,08528.31%4.86%
San Bartolome4.01%7,2055,89722.18%3.89%
San Felix3.08%5,5484,38826.44%4.57%
San Fernando1.39%2,5072,17415.32%2.75%
San Francisco1.46%2,6232,4696.24%1.16%
San Isidro Norte1.27%2,2891,66337.64%6.27%
San Isidro Sur1.48%2,6532,30914.90%2.68%
San Joaquin2.46%4,4173,84414.91%2.68%
San Jose1.55%2,7852,16028.94%4.96%
San Juan1.77%3,1773,0125.48%1.02%
San Luis1.63%2,9322,41421.46%3.77%
San Miguel5.61%10,0876,55054.00%8.57%
San Pablo3.38%6,0835,05720.29%3.58%
San Pedro3.19%5,7415,20210.36%1.89%
San Rafael6.48%11,6546,63275.72%11.33%
San Roque5.42%9,7458,9099.38%1.72%
San Vicente6.87%12,3608,60643.62%7.14%
Santa Ana0.80%1,4321,3585.45%1.02%
Santa Anastacia8.15%14,6667,55594.12%13.46%
Santa Clara4.02%7,2315,04643.30%7.09%
Santa Cruz1.39%2,5042,10419.01%3.37%
Santa Elena1.31%2,3581,63843.96%7.18%
Santa Maria15.48%27,84310,169173.80%21.14%
Santa Teresita0.70%1,2611,05219.87%3.51%
Santo Tomas Total179,844124,74044.18%7.21%
Historical population

The population of Santo Tomas grew from 22,716 in 1960 to 179,844 in 2015, an increase of 157,128 people. The latest census figures in 2015 denote a positive growth rate of 7.21%, or an increase of 55,104 people, from the previous population of 124,740 in 2010.

Census datePopulationGrowth rate
1960 Feb 1522,716
1970 May 631,9353.39%
1975 May 137,4523.25%
1980 May 143,0102.81%
1990 May 158,2093.07%
1995 Sep 165,7592.31%
2000 May 180,3934.40%
2007 Aug 1113,1054.82%
2010 May 1124,7403.63%
2015 Aug 1179,8447.21%

The town center of Santo Tomas is situated at approximately 14° 6' North, 121° 10' East, which has an elevation estimated at 168.1 meters or 551.5 feet above mean sea level.


Based on the great-circle distance (the shortest distance between two points over the surface of the Earth), the cities closest to Santo Tomas are Tanauan, Calamba, Lipa, San Pablo, Cabuyao, and Tagaytay. The nearest municipalities are Malvar, Los Baños, Alaminos, Balete, Bay, and Talisay. Its distance from the national capital is 57.00 kilometers (35.42 miles). The following list delineates such distance measurements.

Nearest towns

Nearest cities

  • Tanauan, Batangas, 2.56 kilometers (1.59 miles) to the South‑Southwest (S22°W)
  • Calamba, Laguna, 11.49 kilometers (7.14 miles) to the North (N1°E)
  • Lipa, Batangas, 18.30 kilometers (11.37 miles) to the South (S1°E)
  • San Pablo, Laguna, 18.16 kilometers (11.29 miles) to the East‑Southeast (S77°E)
  • Cabuyao, Laguna, 19.28 kilometers (11.98 miles) to the North‑Northwest (N12°W)
  • Tagaytay, Cavite, 21.41 kilometers (13.30 miles) to the West (N88°W)

Distance from Manila: 57.00 kilometers (35.42 miles) to the North‑Northwest (N20°W)


  1. Unless otherwise specified, population count (excluding percentages) and land area figures are derived from the Philippine Statistics Authority.
  2. Postal codes are from the Philippine Postal Corporation.
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