What’s the fuss about Tagaytay Highlands

  

See Tagaytay in a new light in The Highlands. Tagaytay Highlands is an exclusive country club located fifty five kilometers away from Manila. Tagaytay is the choice weekend getaway among tourists and locals alike because of its cool climate,  nice view of Taal Lake and Taal Volcano in Batangas, and proximity to Manila (just 1 and a half hours away). Because of this, it is no wonder that Tagaytay is starting to get crowded.   

Where better to enjoy the cool climate of the Tagaytay Ridges, than in a scenice and peaceful place that is The Tagaytay Highlands. As I said earlier, it is an exclusive club. (read: membership only access country club). Hence, you should either go there with a member, bring with you an invitation from one, or pretend to be interested in acquiring a share there. So, what’s the fuss about the place? I’ll let the pictures speak for themselves. 

 

en route

en route

  

view of midland

view of midland

  

view of the condominiums

view of the condominiums

  

the country club

the country club

  

view of the horizon

view of the horizon

 

How to get to Tagaytay:

from Taft Ave. & EDSA right below MRT Taft station/LRT EDSA station
– catch a shuttle service (vans, FX, V-Hires) at the basement of Metropoint Mall or BLTB or Crow Transit Buses accessible from the said stations bound for Tagaytay, or 

from Buendia near LRT Buendia Station
– – hop on a shuttle service (vans, FX, V-Hires) in front of EGI Mall (Jollibee) at the corner of Taft Avenue and Buendia going to Nasugbu, Balayan and Lemery, Batangas and get off at Tagaytay, or catch a JAM Transit Bus going to Balayan, Batangas, and Lemery and get off at Tagaytay. 

 

 

 

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~ by Happy Sole on March 21, 2010.

2 Responses to “What’s the fuss about Tagaytay Highlands”

  1. I’m trying to think of places to visit in the Philippines so this was helpful 🙂

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