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Tagaytay

Known as the second summer capital of the Philippines, Tagaytay is one of the highest points of the South. It is inexplicably cold and even without beaches, Tagaytay is filled with tourists who want to escape the heat.





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Horseback Riding

A lot of herd animals are nurtured in this highland province estate of Cavite, due to the cold weather, horses, cattle, cows, and such have also become a tourist spot in Tagaytay.


Fly by zipline

Tagaytay is not also just about chilling, there are lots of activities that you can do that involves physical strength and courage, such as ziplining.


Visit a Thrift Shop

Tagaytay thrift shop is not as bad as it sounds, it is probably a classy second-hand garage sale, where you could actually find good Timberland or Doc Martens for a very cheap price.


Eat

Located 55km away from the low lying heat of Manila, Tagaytay is also a good place to spend an eating spree, because sleep gets better after a full stomach.


Enjoy the view

Pause, look and breathe. The view may take your breathe away though but once in a while the view Tagaytay offers reminds us that life is precious.



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The City of Tagaytay is a component city of the province of Cavite. It is one of the country's most popular tourist destinations because of its outstanding scenery and cool climate provided by its high altitude. Tagaytay overlooks Taal Lake in Batangas and provides one of the iconic views of the Philippines, the view of Taal Volcano Island in the middle of the lake, which can be viewed from several vantage points in the city.


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Tagaytay Picnic Grove

This is a very famous place in Tagaytay that boasts of spectacular view of Taal, with minimal entrance fee, where families and friends could hang out together.

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Sky Ranch Amusement Park

Sky Ranch, a leisure park in the renowned leisure city of Tagaytay, south of Metro Manila. Kids and kids at heart will enjoy our fantastic rides, food destinations and family-friendly ambiance high above Tagaytay.



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Sonya's Secret Garden

The sweet scent of magic saturates the atmosphere of this rustic paradise called Sonya’s Garden. Stepping into a journey of wellness, the place relaxes the eyes, calms the body, refreshes the soul

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Taal Volcano Lake View

Tagaytay, despite the minor geographical confusion to some, does actually offer a majestic and high altitude view of the world's smallest volcano.

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Twin Lakes Shopping Village

Scenic views of Taal Volcano, pleasant weather, and great eats make Tagaytay a perennial holiday destination, and within are mini-retreats such as Twin Lakes, the country's first vineyard resort.

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Bag of Beans

Bag of Beans only happen to serve the greatest coffee in Tagaytay, along with their instagrammable crib.

Cafe Voila

Along with Bag of Beans, Cafe Voila offers good lattes and coffee beverages.

Sisterfields

In the talks of pastries, Sisterfields is almost the Tagaytay version of Mrs. Fields.


The Baracks Food Camp

For those out of the box peeps, this place is for the rugged and those looking for a place to drink and chill.