21 Awesome Tagaytay Tourist Spots (Tagaytay Travel Guide)

Last updated on February 23rd, 2021 at 04:22 am

Tagaytay is the best place for a quick weekend getaway in the Philippines. It’s the perfect spot to relax, breathe fresh air and experience the cold weather. Aside from that, there are many Tagaytay tourist spots that should be visited at least once in your lifetime. Let’s discover them in this Tagaytay Travel guide blog post! Read here 2 Days Tagaytay itinerary!

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Located in the Southern part of Luzon, Tagaytay is just a 1.5-hour away from Manila. Because of this, people from Manila often visit Tagaytay to celebrate something or relax. Not only that, it’s just near provinces such as Batangas, Laguna, Cavite tourist spots and resorts in Cavite, where you can hop on next to enjoy.

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Tagaytay Travel Guide

Best time to visit Tagaytay

Tagaytay is one of the coolest destinations in the Philippines. Tagaytay has much milder temperatures than other destinations in the Philippines, especially the nearby city of Manila. However, rain does fall heavily during the wet season, so the best time to visit Tagaytay is from November to March, the town’s dry season.

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How to get to Tagaytay

There are many different ways to go to Tagaytay using public transportation. You can take the bus from various terminals such as the San Agustin EDSA Rotonda terminal and the Nasugbu Terminal in Buendia.

The ride usually lasts for 2-3 hours and costs around 80 PHP. If you’re coming from Cubao, you can go to the Araneta bus terminal and pay 120 PHP for a ride to Tagaytay.

Daily Budget Travel in Tagaytay

You can enjoy all Tagaytay tourist spots on a daytrip. A hearty meal in Tagaytay depends on which restaurant you choose. Some meals can cost as low as 50 PHP while others go for 200 PHP. Planning to have dinner for two with someone special? You can prepare around 400-1,000 PHP for a three-course meal in a restaurant.

The flat rate for a jeepney ride is 9 PHP and increases depending on distance. Through the jeepney, you can reach destinations like Sky Ranch which has a 100 PHP entrance fee, Caleruega (80 PHP), Picnic Grove (50 PHP), People’s Park in the Sky (30 PHP), and other tourist attractions.

If you are looking for budget hotels in Tagaytay you can find deals in Booking and Agoda starting from $20-50 USD.

If you want to go for luxury in Tagaytay you can find accommodation starting from $100 USD. There are Airbnb options starting from $20 USD and you can get $30 USD off your first booking with AirBnB when you sign up with us!

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Tagaytay Tourist Spots

1. Taal Volcano

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One of our favorite Tagaytay tourist spots was Taal Volcano. It’s an easy trek and we reached the view point in an hour, while going down take around 40 minutes. If you want to go to one of the most visited places in Tagaytay and the Philippines, you should take a trip to Taal Volcano.

You can get scenic views of Taal Lake with an entrance fee of 100 PHP per person to do the hike plus hiring the boat to get to Taal Volcano to start the hike. If you want to learn more about hiking Taal Volcano, you can click here to read our complete travel guide.

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2. Sky Ranch

Sky Ranch, Tagaytay tourist spots
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Another of the interesting Tagaytay tourist spots is Sky Ranch. It’s perfect for families because of all the great rides and panoramic views as it overlooks Taal Volcano. There’s an entrance fee of 100 PHP to Sky Ranch, while a ride on the Sky Eye, the park’s giant Ferris Wheel, costs 150 PHP. Sky Ranch is open daily from 10 AM to 8 PM.

3. Twin Lakes Shopping Village

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Twin Lakes Shopping Village (© Ray in Manila – Flickr)

Twin Lakes is located in Nasugbu Highway and it’s shopping and dining destination in Tagaytay. Twin Lakes is a 1,300-hectare commercial strip with its own vineyard, hotel, spa, university and luxurious residences. You can enjoy lunch or dinner with amazing views of Taal Lake.

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4. Gambling in Tagaytay

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Feeling lucky? Then try a hand or two at Casino Filipino along Aguinaldo Highway in Tagaytay. Here, you can find numerous slot machines and table games for hours of fun and excitement. There is also a restaurant and live performances in this world-class joint. You can visit any time you want: Casino Filipino is open 24/7!

5. Picnic Grove

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If you’re spending the day in Tagaytay with friends, you should visit Picnic Grove, a hilly spot perfect for bonding and having fun with the gang. Aside from the lush surroundings, the are also many activities to try at Picnic Grove. There’s an eco-trail to hike on, horseback riding, a cable car and even a zipline!

The entrance fee costs only 50 PHP while horseback riding goes for around 150-200 PHP. There are cottages for rent at 100-500 PHP. The zipline costs 200-300 PHP. It’s a one stop hangout packed with fun and adventure for all ages to enjoy.

6. Puzzle Mansion

Puzzle Mansion, Tagaytay tourist spots
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A unique destination and a Guinness World Record holder in Tagaytay is Puzzle Mansion, a home to more than 1,000 jigsaw puzzles collected by Mrs. Georgina Gil-Lacuna. The site has some of the largest puzzles in the world! Puzzle Mansion is also a bed & breakfast and has its own swimming pool and an open area where you can enjoy barako coffee and coconut cream pie.

7. Museo Orlina

Museo Orlina showcases the work of Ramon Orlina, practitioner of glass sculpture in the Philippines. Also,the museum also has the view of Taal Lake. Tourists love this museum because of the uniqueness of the glass sculptures, which are definitely eye-catching.

If you are looking for budget hotels in Tagaytay you can find deals in Booking and Agoda starting from $20-50 USD.

If you want to go for luxury in Tagaytay you can find accommodation starting from $100 USD. There are Airbnb options starting from $20 USD and you can get $30 USD off your first booking with AirBnB when you sign up with us!

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8. Sonya’s Secret Garden

Sonya's Garden, Tagaytay tourist spots

As it name suggests, the place is full of flowers and plants. This lush garden was a private home of Sonya, who decided to share the beauty of her garden to everyone. The garden has no entrance fee but you might want to bring cash to buy some green goodies inside.

9. Ayala Malls Serin

Ayala's Mall, Tagaytay Tourist Spots
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You might have gone to Tagaytay to escape the buzz of the city life for your vacation but don’t worry, Ayala Malls Serin has still the Tagaytay’s soul in it. This establishment combines gardens where you could go picnic, and stores where you could unleash your shopaholic self, like Rachel.

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10. Pink Sisters

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The Pink Sisters place relaxes the visitors’ hearts with its calming atmosphere. Of course, the cooling breeze of Tagaytay adds more to that feels. If you want to have a relaxing day and escape your daily routines, visit The Pink Sisters.

11. Dreamland Arts & Crafts Cafe

Dreamland Arts & Crafts Cafe, Tagaytay tourist spots
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Apart from the trippie bohemian feels this place gives, there are also coffee and meals you could buy. Overall, this place is full of colors, and every corner is interesting.

12. People’s Park in the Sky

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People’s Park in the Sky (© Noli Fernan Perez – Flickr)

This urban park in Tagaytay is one of the most popular attractions in the city. It is flocked by tourists for its wonderful views of Taal Lake, beautiful souvenirs and cool weather. Here’s some cool trivia: This park is actually the site of an unfinished mansion that was called Palace in the Sky and was built during the Marcos era to accommodate US President Ronald Reagan’s visit. The mansion’s construction was halted when Regan’s trip got cancelled.

People’s Park in the Sky has an entrance fee of 30 PHP and here you can go to the highest point of Cavite in Mount Sungay.

13. Taal Lake

Taal Lake, Tagaytay tourist spots

Through the Taal Lake Yacht Club, you can rent boats and learn how to sail in the beautiful waters of the lake. The club has one- and two-person kayaks as well as two-, four-, and six-person catamarans.

Renting a one- to four-person boat costs around 1,500-2,000 PHP. Bigger boats cost around 1,900 PHP for the whole hour and 4,200 PHP for an entire day. Tandem kayaks cost 400 PHP per hour and 1,200 PHP for the whole day. Finally, paddle boards cost 300 PHP every hour and 900 PHP per day. These rentals come with life vests and an instructor or driver, if necessary.

14. Our Lady of Manaoag

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This church in Tagaytay is a great place if you want to meditate. It’s a serene and quiet place where you can light a candle and offer your prayers, or even write your prayer on a paper and drop it in one of the boxes here. Outside, there are a lot of stalls where you can buy snacks and drinks.

15. Cafe Veranda

Cafe Veranda, La Taza Restaurant, Taal Lake

There are various food options when staying with Taal Vista Hotel. The food was great in Cafe Veranda Restaurant with buffet for breakfast and dinner. We especially loved La Taza Restaurant because of their tasty dishes. It’s really one of the most famous restaurants in Tagaytay that you should visit.

16. Eat Bulalo at Mahogany Beef Market

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There are various restaurants in Mahogany Beef Market that offer Bulalo. It’s a light colored beef shank stew cooked with vegetables like cabbage, lettuce and corn. The highlight of this dish is the shan’s bone marrow that has a silky smooth texture that melts like butter in your mouth.

17. Get a Nurture Wellness Massage

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The best way to relax yourself after visiting many of these Tagaytay tourist spots is getting a massage in Tagaytay. We love having our massages before dinner. It was great and allowed us to rest for the next day of adventures in Tagaytay.

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This restaurant is one of the most famous restaurants in Tagaytay that you can go to. They serve an all-day breakfast menu, including Filipino breakfast, Tagaytay food, and even international cuisine. You should not miss having your all-day breakfast at Breakfast at Antonio’s!

Breakfast at Antonio’s is located at E. Aguinaldo Highway (Tagaytay-Nasugbu Highway), Brgy. Bagong Tubig, Tagaytay City.


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It has more than 3 branches in the area but the most famous is their main branch. People love the hipster vibes of this place and you can feel like you’re in a typical Filipino home in their restaurant, even if it’s a big one. They serve yummy pancakes, pastries, burgers, main courses, and of course different kinds of drinks.

Bag of Beans is located at Tagaytay – Nasugbu Highway, Tagaytay.


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We especially loved TĀZA Fresh Table (or La Taza Restaurant) because of their tasty dishes, which are both local and international. It’s really one of the best restaurants in Tagaytay that you should visit.

TĀZA Fresh Table is located at Taal Vista Hotel in Tagaytay.

21. Day trip to Fantasy World

Fantasy World Batangas, Tagaytay tourist spots

Fantasy World can be a perfect day trip from Tagaytay. Especially a perfect Tagaytay tourist spots in the list if you are traveling with kids you will like it the place. It’s opened from 8 am to 5 pm and Fantasy World entrance fee is 100 PHP.

How to get to Fantasy World

You have to get a regular jeepney going from Tagaytay to Nasugbu for 40 PHP and stop at the boundary. From here you will have to get a tricycle to Fantasy World. The price is around 200 PHP and it will take 15 minutes.

Where to stay in Tagaytay


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ZEN Rooms Maharlika Tagaytay is offering accommodations in Tagaytay. This 3-star hotel offers a 24-hour front desk and room service. Free WiFi and luggage storage space are available. The rooms in the hotel are equipped with a TV with cable channels.

Rooms are equipped with air conditioning, and certain accommodations at ZEN Rooms Maharlika Tagaytay have a balcony. All guest rooms include a desk. A continental breakfast is available daily at the accommodation. Their rate starts at  $30 and is one of the cheapest hotel in Tagaytay!

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Located in Silang, 16.1 km from Tagaytay International Convention Center, Marius B&B & Hostel provides accommodations with free WiFi, a garden and a bar. There’s a fully equipped private bathroom with bath and free toiletries. A continental breakfast is served daily at the property.

At the bed and breakfast you’ll find a restaurant serving Asian and American cuisine, perfect for the homey vibe of the place. A car rental service is also available at this property. Their bed male dormitory rate starts at $10 a night and the single room is $13 a night.

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Sleep in Taal Vista for hiking Taal Volcano.

Taal is the best adventure that you can do while in Tagaytay, but there are definitely other things that you can do. There are many places to stay in Tagaytay, for example. Either for shorter family vacations and celebrations, or for longer trips. Our choice was Taal Vista Hotel – definitely the perfect place to stay in Tagaytay. This was a special choice for us because from our room, we already have the view of Taal Lake.

We spent a couple of days enjoying the view of the volcano. The sunrises were totally amazing. You can feel the luxury of staying in one of the top hotels in Tagaytay. We enjoyed walking around the gardens, enjoying the facilities and the comfort of our room. It’s the perfect place for relaxing and it’s located in a very quiet area.

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Another hotel from Eco Hotel, Located in Tagaytay, Cabins by Eco Hotel Tagaytay offers non-smoking air conditioned rooms. Free public parking is available on site. Each room comes with a flat-screen cable TV and a ceiling fan. Some rooms come with either a lake or garden view.

Private bathrooms are equipped with shower and bidet. Cabins by Eco Hotel Tagaytay provide towels, while complimentary toiletries are available upon request. You can stay for a night at $60 a room.

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If you are looking for budget hotels in Tagaytay you can find deals in Booking and Agoda starting from $20-50 USD.

If you want to go for luxury in Tagaytay you can find accommodation starting from $100 USD. There are Airbnb options starting from $20 USD and you can get $30 USD off your first booking with AirBnB when you sign up with us!

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Happy travels! 🙂

Ruben Arribas is a Spanish traveler who has traveled more than 70+ countries around the world. Now based in the Philippines!

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