Showing posts with label Tagaytay. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Tagaytay. Show all posts

Saturday, August 31, 2013

How to Get to Sky Ranch in Tagaytay from Southwest Terminal, Coastal Road

Going to Sky Ranch in Tagatay or Sky Eye: Thrills in the Hills

How to Get There: For commuting by bus, from Southwest Terminal, located at  Coastal Road, Paranaque City take a bus bound to Tagaytay or Nasugbu, then passing through CAVITEX. Ask the driver to drop you off at the national highway going to Sky Ranch near Taal Vista Hotel. Bus fare from Coastal Road to Tagaytay is Php. 77 per person. Travel Time is about 1 hour and a half. Note: It was a quite hard to wait buses going to Tagaytay. You may also try bus from Buendia and Pasay because there are alot of public buses within those area. Happy Trip - Bisayang Manlalakbay Around the Philippines.


Tagaytay's Sky Ranch with Overlooking View of Taal Volcano

Sky Ranch in Tagaytay has a great view of Taal Volcano & Lake. It was a great view on the top. Seeing the magnificent view of the volcano, makes me stress-free day during my solo trip. I always want to have a great photo and my main goal was to try the Sky Eye or Tagaytay Eye. It was a fun experience and relaxing day. The location is crowded and need to have more space for other activities. The park has more rides to offer like Super & Mini Viking, Nessi Coaster,  Red Baron, Wonder Flight, Express Train, Carousel & Horse Back Riding. They open during Monday-Thursday from 3:00pm to 12:00mn & Friday-Sunday from 12nn to 12mn. .Gazevo ranging Php. 750 to 1,000.


Sky Eye: is now the Tallest Ferris Wheel in The Philippines

Yes, beating the tallest ferris wheel of MOA Eye in SM Mall of Asia, Pasay City. Now this is the newest attraction in Tagaytay City which is located along the highway of Tagaytay-Nasugbu Road and beside Taal Vista Hotel, one of the best hotel in Tagaytay. This area is been developed by SM Land, sister company of SM Group of Companies and definitely one of the awesome adventure for all locals & tourist. I like the colorful light show during the evening and the height is about 63 meters tall with 32 white gondolas and can fit for 3-4 person only. I had an amazing time at Sky Ranch, they have a lot of restaurant and different rides. Well, during my trip no much expectation and just a tallest ferris wheel in the area but they also have horse back riding or try the train ride within the park. There are more available rides now. It was a reasonable entrance fee of Php 50.00 per person and rides ranging from Php 100 to 180 pesos. Best time to go during weekend and they have a small parking area that's the problem with you go during weekend ( Saturday or Sunday).


Friday, January 6, 2012

Tagaytay City Roadtrip

The main attraction of Tagaytay is the view of Taal Volcano, which could be seen along the edge of the outer crater. I’m not sure if “outer crater” is the appropriate term, but I have to hazard a guess considering that Taal Volcano is known as the “volcano within a volcano” or, its related phrase, “the lake within a lake”.





















Tagaytay City: Leslie's Restaurant


Tagaytay is near the province of Batangas and Batangas is known in the Philippines for its beef. Bulalo is the marrow in the bone of the beef shank. Visit Leslie's Tagaytay Located at Silang Crossing West, Tagaytay City For More information Call (046) 4134271; (046) 4131065 































Tagaytay CIty: Peoples in the Sky

An artful blending of natural and man-made attractions, poised on the highest point of Tagaytay City. It stands on a 4,516 sq, meters solid ground and overlooks four bodies of water – Taal Lake, Balayan Bay, Laguna de Bay and Manila Bay. It is located at Dapdap West and Dapdap East, approximately 6 to 7 km away from Silang Crossing. The construction of a building of a weather station violates Proclamation no. 740 (s-1996) which states to preserve the ecological balance within one-kilometer-radius area around the People's Park in the Sky.




























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