Things to Do in Tagaytay

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Things to Do in Tagaytay

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  • Tin Villan
    Mandaluyong, Philippines5 contributions
    Please follow the dress code. Di porket nasa Tagaytay ka for leisure time e di ka na susunod sa dress code. Simbahan po ito. With ramp for wheelchair. Maraming tao halos everyday. 5 mins driving, pero 10-15 mins walking
    Written 8 November 2021
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  • Armi Lyn
    Quezon City, Philippines32 contributions
    The museum is spacious and the art collections are really great. The location is quiet, safe and has an awesome view of Taal.
    Written 11 March 2022
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  • D.W. Bauer
    Lino Lakes, MN38 contributions
    This is a nice wooded park on the ridge with several vista's, picnic tables, and shops. The shops tended to be similar and contained the usual souvenir/ tourist items - bottled water, magnets, shirts, key chains.

    We entered on a trike and our driver was helpful telling us where to pay the entrance fee (50 php each). Otherwise, we would have been confused. We came for the ferris wheel, and that another 150 php each.

    The ferris wheel was slow moving and tall, giving good views throughout the ride. However, it was squeaky, the windows worn, and the ride a little stuffy. Worth the price, but not something I would do again.

    Zip lines and horse riding were other pay attractions.

    We mostly enjoyed the views and vista's. The vendors selling seeds were polite. The horseriding sales were a little more pushy and usually needed two "no's" before they left.

    Overall, it was a nice place to wander around, enjoy the views and breezes for an hour. Family picnics were very popular too.
    Written 2 May 2022
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  • Christopher
    Luzon, Philippines66 contributions
    It was a nice place but it was not maintained properly. I do hope the local government would do something with it. The spot was really great as it was the peak, but the overall was not neat. I mean, if we really wanted to attract people other than the local, it should be presented very well. Just so sad that was never developed further.

    The only steal we experience that day was the sea of clouds. Good thing we were able to catch it :)
    Written 28 December 2020
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  • doctorfoxtrot
    Taguig City, Philippines7,594 contributions
    Mid sized mall . With many restaurants, a food court , shops , fashion finds , grocery and drug store. Doesn’t seem to have a cinema house however . You can people watch , but there are just too many of them. There are so many going here that it seems to be one of those establishments causing the traffic in Tagaytay.
    Written 4 January 2020
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  • Dominick C.
    Princeton, NJ115 contributions
    This a key church in Tagaytay where many locals go to pray to Mary for help in all aspects of their life. As a tourist the site is small but the statues are beautiful and well worth the visut.
    Written 3 April 2019
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  • Angelee R
    Manila, Philippines1,045 contributions
    our first time in puzzle mansion we really enjoyed roaming around the place the staff is good specially the guide he explain it very well the place is very clean
    Written 31 December 2019
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  • Jay Pee R
    1 contribution
    Location is searchable using google maps. Entrance fee is reasonable that includes snacks for the animals e.g. geese, horses, goats, cows, turkeys and belly pigs. Other animals you would see right away before going to the flower gardens are peacock and ostrich. You can also try the very informative butterfly and bee farm for a separate fee (around P30 per pax). Place also got a cafe that serves brunch. Perfect for an early day tour. Variety of animals is limited though. The place looked liked, in my opinion, it is undergoing improvement or refurbishing. I encourage everyone to try this spot if you happen to drop by, this will help our local farm keepers to sustain rebound from the crisis brought by COVID.
    Written 6 May 2022
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  • Cocoy Espina
    Muntinlupa, Philippines9 contributions
    We arrived on the evening of the 23rd Dec'19 and was warmly received by the staff. Parking space was ample and the lobby was well decorated for the season.

    Our adjoining rooms were perfect! The rooms views were even better as they offered us a panoramic view of Taal Volcano and it's nearby provinces! Breathtaking is the word!

    Breakfast buffet was sumptuous as it offered a wide array of choices. The surrounding spots/restos are good too as they are all within walking distance from the hotel.

    It is already 25th Dec and we will be checking out in awhile. Time goes by so fast here. We look forward to doing this again soon.

    Espina Family
    Written 24 December 2019
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  • Raz
    6 contributions
    We went here to see how the animals are doing. Some of them looks fine but some aren't. Hope a lot of people can visit more to help them. Not a lot of animals to see here. Lot of vacant spaces. To be honest I just felt bad after visiting. I feel bad for them. But I recommend that you still visit to help them.
    Written 27 April 2022
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  • MannyY
    18 contributions
    Mahogany Market is one of those tourist destinations often touted whenever you are in Tagaytay. Tagaytay is known for its fresh beef products and right on top of the beef market is a row of eateries where you can partake of their beef signature dish, bulalo.

    Right across the meat market are two buildings. One for dried goods such as coffee, native delicacies, etc. We bought suman pinipig after being given a free taste. It was good but a little pricey at PHP20 each. Suman pinipig can be bought at less than PHP20 each in other places. But we didn't care because we were there already and we liked the sample.

    We also bought salted eggs at 7/P100 which the vendor sourced from Laguna. We wanted to have a salted egg salad as a supplement to our breakfast. And since we already had salted eggs, we bought fresh tomatoes and onions at the second floor of the next building.

    Thus, all in all, there are three buildings at Mahogany Market. The first building where they have their beef produce and eateries, The second where they have their dry goods and pasalubongs. And the third where they have fresh vegetables.

    Overall, Mahogany Market could be a good first stop for food and fresh produce (except beef) when you are in Tagaytay. It could also be your last stop as you depart Tagaytay because you can eat at the different eateries where they serve almost identical dishes. And after the hearty meal, do some cheap (by Tagaytay standards) pasalubong shopping and also buy fresh produce.

    Prices are not really much different and could be at times more pricey from Manila prices especially if you buy in Balintawak or Divisoria markets. So if you don't want to tote extra bags going back to Manila, I suggest just stick to the light stuff, i.e. native delicacies for pasalubong, ground coffee, etc.

    Finally, Mahogany Market is different from the Tagaytay public market, found just behind the Tagaytay Flower Market right before a rotonda. Tagaytay public market, we were told, is where the locals buy their goods and restaurants source their fresh produce . But we weren't able to explore it as much as Mahogany.
    Written 31 March 2022
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  • Lhen09
    Cavite Province, Philippines50 contributions
    We often go to Tagaytay, thus this church is one of the favorite to drop by and say prayers and attend mass.
    And we happen to attend 1 Misa de Gallo this year. The church decoration is so attractive, choir sings beautifully and the homily really touches my heart not to forget what Fr. Francis Miranda says that when you are going to receive the body of Christ do say Amen and avoid nodding or saying yes, it should be Amen.
    Written 26 December 2019
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  • Jbajba
    Manila, Philippines67 contributions
    Our guide was knowledgeable and accomodating even when d kids were rowdy. He took time to explain the peculiarities of the animals and we enjoyed the animal interaction. If I can improve on the harvesting, maybe tomatoes or carrots? would be interesting for kids. We kept our distance from other groups but we were there on a weekday, weekends can be more crowded.
    Written 5 March 2021
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  • doctorfoxtrot
    Taguig City, Philippines7,594 contributions
    This mall hasn’t found its way yet into the community. Many unopened shops. Very few tenants . No food court. No fast food outlets . Only consolation was a cinema house . Too bad because it has potential, even covering a medical centre. Many end up on the opposite Ayala Mall. It’s time for a drastic change on what the owners plan for this mall . It’s a Saturday , and barely few people converging on this more than a year old mall .
    Written 4 January 2020
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  • Hanif H
    Glasgow, UK37 contributions
    Beautiful little mosque where we prayed Jummah. The mosque was very easy to find via Google maps. The mosque is small however and does get very cramped for Jummah. Which means alot of heat so I'd advise to where thin clothes. The brothers inside were very welcoming and helpful
    Written 19 August 2016
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