03 Sep 2018 - 7 min read
Planning a quick vacation on a budget? Head over to Tagaytay City in Cavite! This is the favorite go-to place among locals and tourists who want a breath of fresh air and chill environment. As it is around two to three hours away from Metro Manila, no wonder people love going to the area. Make the most of your stay as you bask in the cool weather. Check out these top tourist spots and attractions in Tagaytay!
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Located at the highest point in Tagaytay, this popular destination provides tourists with stunning views of both Taal and the surrounding city.
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Your Tagaytay trip will never be complete without seeing the beauty of Taal Volcano. This spectacular view is much enjoyed while dining in restaurants along the Tagaytay-Nasugbu Highway.
This 5-hectare amusement park is a go-to for many families because of its wide range of activities and food establishments. Whether you're a kid or a kid at heart, the leisure park has something for everyone to enjoy.
Picnics are best done here. Families and friends will be afforded scenic views of the Taal Volcano while enjoying some bonding time. If you're looking for something more adventurous, you can try out their zip line or go horse-back riding.
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Head to the Pink Sisters Tagaytay to pray, meditate, and unwind. The convent is run by the Sister-Servants of the Holy Spirit of Perpetual Adoration and has been a place of spiritual retreat for many. If you're commuting, you can easily get there by riding a tricycle or a chartered jeepney from Olivarez.
Make time for family bonding and have some fun with the kids at Paradizoo. Here, you can interact with the farm animals and enjoy what nature has to offer.
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Curious about the world's largest collection of puzzles? Drop by and take a look around Gina Gil Lacuna's mansion. Aside from the Puzzle Mansion, the place also offers accommodations if you want to stay over for a night or a couple of nights.
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Known for its 50-foot statue of the Virgin Mary, Tierra de Maria attracts pilgrims and devotees from all over the country. Aside from this, the place is also considered a spiritual haven for many.
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Consisting mostly of the Glass sculptures, this museum is definitely a treat for the eyes. You'll be amazed at the artistry and craftsmanship of the pieces.