Tagaytay, Philippines · 106 hotels available
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Cityland Building Tagaytay Prime Residences, Near Tagaytay Rotunda, Tagayaty-Calamba Road, Tagaytay, Philippines, 4120
Magallanes Drive, Barangay Maitim II West, Tagaytay, Philippines, 4120
200 Isabella Street, Ronquillo Compound, Maharlika East, Tagaytay, Philippines, 4120
E. Aguinaldo Hi-way, Olivarez Plaza, Brgy. San Jose, Tagaytay, Philippines, 4120
Las Brisas De Tagaytay, 222 C. Callejo Street, Crossing Mendez West, Tagaytay, Philippines, 4120
Tagaytay - Nasugbu Hwy, Silang Junction South, Tagaytay, Philippines, 4120
Tagaytay City’s cool climate is a welcome respite for urbanites who want to escape the heat of Metro Manila. The spectacular sceneries would make you feel refreshed and ready to take on a new week.
Enjoying an elevated location in the province of Cavite, Tagaytay City is a popular weekend destination for many locals and foreigners. Its proximity to the metropolis, accessibility, cold weather, great tourist spots, and hot bulalo are some of the reasons everybody loves to visit again and again.
Driving to Tagaytay from Manila will take about two hours or less, depending on the road traffic. You can either take the South Luzon Expressway or Aguinaldo Highway via Coastal Road Expressway to reach the area. Meanwhile, commuters can conveniently travel to Tagaytay since many bus companies ply back and forth from Metro Manila to Tagaytay.
Having your own car is the fastest, most comfortable, and most convenient way to explore Tagaytay. Don’t have a car? No problem! The next best thing is to rent a van if you’re inclined to travel in style.
If you’re a budget traveler, riding a jeepney or a tricycle is right up your alley. You can get to any destination in Tagaytay with the jeepney since it is the primary public transportation in the area. You can also hire a tricycle for special trips.
Tagaytay City is a favorite go-to place among visitors thanks to its scenic views of Taal Volcano and its renowned lake, gastronomic delights, and amazing parks. The cool weather is certainly the cherry on top for those who come here.
Tagaytay’s Picnic Grove and People’s Park in the Sky are two of the well-loved destinations in the city. On the other hand, the Sky Ranch opened up new and exciting adventures for families and friends to try including riding on what’s said to be the tallest Ferris wheel in the country.
Sightseeing is perhaps one of the top activities of people going to Tagaytay. For those who are taking a short break from the city’s hustle and bustle, a stopover to the picnic area will do wonders for you. Hang out with your family and friends while enjoying the weather and the scenery. A quick hike to the People’s Park in the Sky will give you a sweeping view of Taal Lake and Tagaytay’s lush green landscape. Want more exciting undertakings? You can hike, ride a horse, and enjoy the zip-line or cable car instead.
Last, and certainly not the least, going on a food trip is absolutely a must for any Tagaytay traveler. Aside from its famous bulalo, there’s a smorgasbord of delicious meals to choose from. Drop by Bag of Beans go to your caffeine fix or enjoy a breakfast set at Antonio’s.
Treat yourself to a hot bowl of mouth-watering bulalo goodness in Mer-Ben Tapsilog sa Tagaytay, one of the best bulalo houses in Tagaytay. You can also go to Bulalo Point or Josephine’s Restaurant to satisfy your craving for this awesome soup.
The Dining at Gourmet Farm’s vegetable salads and light dishes are perfect for those looking for healthy options. You’ll enjoy them more since their produce are freshly picked from their farm. When you dine here, make sure to try their signature brewed coffee or lemonade.
Of course, you shouldn’t miss the legendary Mushroomburger when in the area. This Tagaytay classic has been around since 1980’s, and as it is still open after more than 30 years, it is a true testament to the quality and taste of their food.
Night attraction in Tagaytay primarily comprises of restaurant bars. Hang out with your group at the hipster Antiques Bar and play some beer pong games. This is one of the places where you can chill until the wee hours of the morning since it closes at 3am. Kon-tiki is also a great spot to enjoy Tagaytay’s cool weather. It offers a full bar with outdoor seating so you can appreciate the view more.
There are many hotels in Tagaytay for different types of travelers. Modern and luxury amenities await families and friends at Taal Vista Hotel. They have free Wi-Fi, spa, gym, and a swimming pool. But, there are several affordable alternatives, such as the Famous Inn and Our Melting Pot Tagaytay, for those who want to save money.
If you want to live more like a local in Tagaytay, you can rent condominium units or houses. Many homeowners rent out their homes to earn extra income especially when they are not in town.
Jackets, sweatshirts, and windbreakers are your best friend if you tend to get cold easily.
Wear comfortable shoes so you can walk around with ease since there are steep up and downhills.
Create a travel plan so you can explore more of Tagaytay’s tourist attractions.