Cabuyao (Filipino: Kabuyaw), or officially known as the City of Cabuyao (Filipino: Lungsod ng Kabuyaw) is a First Class urbanized city in the province of Laguna, Philippines. It is located about 43 kilometers southeast of Metro Manila and it is located at the western portion of Laguna. It is bordered by the Laguna de Bay, the country's largest lake to the north, Calamba City to the east, some portion of Tagaytay City and Silang, Cavite to the south and by the Santa Rosa City to the west. Cabuyao City is approximately 54 kilometers away from Santa Cruz, the provincial capital, and 9 kilometers from the city proper of Calamba City, the regional center of CALABARZON region.
Cabuyao City is formerly the "Richest Municipality of the Philippines" and the fastest growing municipality in Laguna, as evidenced with a large populace of migrants working in the town's industrial estates.
Nestlè Philippines, Asia Brewery, Inc., San Miguel Corporation, Tanduay Distillers, Inc., Wyeth Philippines, Inc., Light Industry and Science Park of the Philippines and Malayan Colleges Laguna are located in Cabuyao.
By virtue of Republic Act No. 10163, Cabuyao has been converted into a Component City after the majority of votes casted by the residents dated August 4, 2012.