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No need to keep enduring the Tagaytay crowd and Tagaytay traffic.
Are you getting tired of the Tagaytay crowd and traffic? If it's delicious food with a view of Taal, sans the crowd, is what you're looking for, you can go to Prism Restaurant Cafe in Lipa, Batangas.From managing a cafe, the owners
Don't forget to take photos for the 'gram!
Have you recently developed a love for coffee? That makes most of us! Since the easing of pandemic restrictions, cafe hopping has become a growing hobby among travelers, and often Tagaytay City is everyone’s ideal first stop. After all, the city’s famous
Make this humble little cafe part of your itinerary!
Before you head up to Tagaytay on the next long weekend, make sure to grab a cup of coffee at Slow Space for the long day ahead. You know you'll need it to while waiting to be seated at crowded restaurants and
It's a spot that cacao lovers will definitely love!
Tsokolateria is one of the places in Tagaytay that are often jam-packed. The limited parking right in front of The Boutique Bed & Breakfast in Tagaytay always seems to be occupied by patrons wanting to enjoy the restaurant's relaxing ambiance, view of
It's located inside a boutique hotel.
Tagaytay is one of the most famous places for weekend getawaysÂ and sometimes, it's even a place people impulsively go to when they're simply craving a bowl of bulalo with a view of the Taal Lake. But if you've been to Tagaytay enough
These venues will definitely serve as the perfect canvas for your dream wedding.
Just because the guest lists are shorter doesn’t mean you can’t go all out in orchestrating the happiest day of your life. You can still have that picture perfect fairytale event that you’ll be gushing about years from now—while abiding by IATF
Take a break in Tagaytay!
As the lockdown restrictions ease because of the vaccine rollouts, people are going out again to safely dine in restaurants and cafes outside their homes. One of the popular places to go to for that well-deserved break and a change of scenery
Don't forget your jacket!
Chilly weather in the Philippines doesn’t come often. For half of the year, we have rainy season (or more specifically, typhoon season); and for a few months, we have the dry season. So when temperatures drop in January and February, it’s always
You can enjoy it in a designer cup, too!
Calling all super extra coffee lovers! This cafe serves coffee and tea in cups from luxurious designer brands! If you're looking to change up your usual afternoon cuppa and dine the way Heart Evangelista does, this cafe is for you!TOP STORY: 10 Universally
Is "coffee + chill in Tagaytay" your favorite weekend activity? Here's something you should check out and add to your post-pandemic bucket list: Coffee Project has opened a new coffee shop concept named Ruined Project?, located along Crosswinds Drive, Tagaytay.TOP STORY: 5
It's very near a resort by the beach!
Dreamland Arts and Crafts Cafe, known for its rooms filled with dream catchers, was one of the most artsy cafes in Tagaytay. In June 2020, the cafe's branches in Tagaytay and Batangas have closed down permanently because of the eruption of Taal Volcano
It's just five minutes away from Tagaytay.
Most people go to the Cordilleras for a spectacular view of the valley and the chilly weather, but it's not often you can up and leave to go on long drive to Baguio. So the next best thing is checking in at
Yup, you can drink your cappuccino straight out of Hermès Passifolia breakfast cup and saucer—just like Jinkee Pacquiao!
If you're intrigued by Heart Evangelista and Jinkee Pacquiao's extensive designer coffee cups and plate collection, well, you can try out the experience first before investing in a set in this luxe Tagaytay café.TOP STORY: Did You Know? All the Holiday Movies on
Room rates come with free Japanese breakfast.
Tagaytay City in Cavite is nestled in a ridge that stretches for about 32 kilometers from the mountains of Batangas to the rugged slopes of Silang. This location gives it astounding views of surrounding verdant terrain, Taal Lake, and the famous Taal
It can accommodate up to 14 guests!
Tagaytay City in Cavite has finally reopened to tourists from Metro Manila in September following months of closure amid the coronavirus pandemic. This is great news for weekend travelers who want to not be cooped up at home for a change and
Keep your distance by getting away from the crowd.
Tagaytay City in Cavite, which is now under Modified General Community Quarantine, is finally open after months of closure due to the ongoing global pandemic. Restaurants, hotels, and even popular spots like Picnic Grove and Sky Ranch are already accommodating tourists, as
But you still need a travel pass if you're coming from Metro Manila.
Tagaytay has always been a go-to weekend spot because of its proximity to the Metro, except in the past six months because of the community quarantine declared in most parts of the Philippines. But now that the province of Cavite is under
An important clarification if you were planning to visit.
We earlier reported that Tagaytay City Administrator Gregorio Monreal announced that visitors of the city would no longer need a travel pass, and would only have to fill up a health declaration form. An update on the matter has just been released
You will still need to deal with checkpoints along the way.
If you're like almost everyone else stuck at home for nearly six months and counting, you might be looking for an escape to nature without compromising your safety. This might be an option. Remember Tagaytay? The not-so-far-from-the-city getaway that offers a cool breeze?
Mark the long weekends on your calendar!
Luzon is popular for its many tourist destinations, not to mention a number of beautiful Airbnbs to book if you want a luxurious and relaxing weekend away from home. If you're on the lookout for the best places to stay in for