Tagaytay

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I had a chance to visit Tagaytay last year to attend a wedding at Antonio’s Garden and stayed at Crosswind Lodge. So came back this year and decided to go horse back riding at Picnic Grove. Getting there was a little of a commute but its okay, I got my one hour of horse back riding and enjoyed a little bit of nature. I decided not to check the crater and not do overnight since the prices are too steep.  It’s okay if you have a group with you to share the expenses but I went by myself.  Perhaps next time! Did lunch at Pamana Restaurant. The restaurant had pictures of old Filipino classic stars and you can see the view of Taal Volcano at the veranda.

Lovely Sunday!

TAAL VOLCANO

If you are on the budget and don’t like to spend so much money, try visiting:

Palace in the Sky

Picnic Grove, Japanese Friendship Garden, Eco-Trail, View Site

Mushroom Burger

Public buses with terminal station in Pasay City ply the Tagaytay route. BLTB buses bound for Nasugbu or Balayan and Batangas also pass the Aguinaldo Highway in Tagaytay.

 


 

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  1. Hello..I love Tagaytay it is like “Hollywood” of the Philippines… I’ve been there once and would love to go back there…:)

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  2. Nice to know you love Tagaytay…You can always come over…;) Its always fun in the Philippines…

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