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Tagaytay and Taal Volcano Day Trip from Manila
"Head over to the island by boat where a trekking guide will lead you on a hike to conquer the mountain. A complex volcano of crater lakes and tuff cones Taal is part of the Pacific Ring of Fire. Admire the expanse of sulfuric water where paraws kayaks and banana boats are available to rent. If you fancy seeing Taal from a different perspective you will have the option to rent horses.You will also visit the Palace in the Sky built for former president Marcos
From $175.00
 
"Art and Culture Tour from Manila: Angono Caves
"Art and Culture Tour from Manila: Angono Caves Nemiranda Arthouse and Blanco Museum ""After pickup from your Manila hotel take an exhilarating trip back in time to the idyllic town of Angono located between the hills of Antipolo and famous Laguna de Bay.With your guide stop at the Nemiranda Arthouse an art gallery operated by renowned painter Nemi Miranda
From $118.00
 
Makati Sightseeing Tour Including Ayala Center and American Cemetery
"At your selected departure time you’ll be picked up from your Manila or Makati hotel for a sightseeing tour of Makati by comfortable air-conditioned vehicle. Your local guide will teach you about the interesting history of Makati a city that has become the financial and commercial center of the Philippines. Your first stop is Nielson Tower along Ayala Avenue. This site served as the control tower for the first commercial airport in the Philippines and is now home to the F a classic 19th-century Manila house. Here see the city’s glorious historical and cultural heritage on full display through paintings murals and film showings. You'll also see an exhibit whose themes often rotate and may include cultural presentations
From $43.00

Most Viewed Shopping in Tagaytay City

Bahay Pastulan

Bahay Pastulan is the retail outlet of the Good Shepherd Maryridge Convent. People who miss the goodies of the Baguio Good Shepherd Convent don't have to be in Baguio to buy them. Although packaging...
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cyndymc
Jul 06, 2010

Rowena's

Local and foreign tourists go to Rowena's , Tagaytay's icon for mini-sized homebaked tarts and pastries. Though the shop is always filled with people, it remains to have a cozy atmosphere, an inviting...
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cyndymc
Aug 01, 2009

Robinson's Supermarket

Now, there's a supermarket in Tagaytay you can go to. This time, Robinson's beat SM! The Robinson's Supermarket was opened ahead of any SM outlet in Tagaytay. Strategically located at Aguinaldo...
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cyndymc
Aug 01, 2009

Mr Moo outlets

It is a small MMDA pink hued outlet found in the road if you take the Sta Rosa-Puting Kahoy route. You'll see this on your right side heading up to Tagaytay right before the multitude of fruit stands...
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iclee
Jan 07, 2009

Mahogany Market

The cheapest place to get your pasalubong is at the Mahogany Market. Fruits, vegetables, peanut brittle (panucha), etc. Panucha can be purchased at 6 pcs for 100 pesos. The fruits and vegetables are...
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JaneCajuguiran
Jun 11, 2006

Good Shepherd Convent (Bahay Pastulan)

If you like Yam jam (Ube jam), Strawberry jam, macapuno, angel cookies, buko pie, etc, you can purchase them at the Good Shepherd Convent. This place is run by nuns and their scholars. They also sell...
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Jun 09, 2006
 
 
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Roadside fruit vendors

Fresh fruits are available to buyers and visitors. But you have to be aware of how much these are sold in your place of residence since you could end up paying the same and having the trouble of...
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Apr 05, 2006

Amira's Buco Tart

Buco tart is a miniature variation of the popular buko pie of Laguna. While buko pie can be shared by 6 persons, a piece of buco tart is good for one person only. According to sources, Amira's started...
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Nov 29, 2005

Ilog Maria

The shop sells honey bee products, honey, bee pollen, soap, shampoo... i really like their products. their products are great gift ideas! everything! P100-P1000
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Oct 30, 2008

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Tolentino Ulat Road, Barangay Francisco
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Top Things to Do in Tagaytay City

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Picnic Grove

Picnic Grove is one of the best place you must visit along tagaytay city where you and your family can enjoy numerous activities like Ziplines, Horseback riding, Kite Flying, biking and enjoying the...
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Taal Volcano

Two options of coming here by walking or horse ride, horse ride is approximately 30 minutes, if decided to hike about an hour or more. The slope in the summit is quite steep, so hiking might become...
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People's Park

The building here was a project of ex president Marcos, but it was never completed. It is located around 8 kms from the rotunda and is built on the highest of the surrounding hills and offers...
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Sonya's Garden

The place is really nice..As in Seriously! The moment i saw the room..Dang!!i had this "old school Maria Clara feeling inside" ?forget the Manila life for a while because this place doesn't have TV...
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Sky Ranch

Is really not a place for us, but while we're here and just nearby, we asked our driver to stop by. This is a huge park where ideally for children but for those young at heart can be a cool place too...
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Taal Lake

Arriving on the island after a rough ride with boat and dripping wet, first thing we do is search for a bathroom that we can change our wet clothes. Afterwards our boatmen took us to tourist center to...
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Top 5 Tagaytay City Writers

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"Of hills and mountains"
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namiewa

"'Illuminating It To See'"
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Lensky

"Tagaytay-Escape The City"
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asianbelle

"Lakes and Volcanoes"
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"A Quick, Cool Getaway"
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