Summer heat comes in a snap of a hand. Destinations are waiting, bookings are on the list and cameras to capture moments and scenic views are packed up. Don’t miss the first-hand experience in Tagayatay. Scenic historic views, farms, and museums are in line with 2 just a two hour travel from Manila. And if you are heading to visit the different places of the Philippines during the summer season, here are some of the places you surely wouldn’t want to miss:
PEOPLE’S PARK IN THE SKY: Sited on top of Cavite’s highest point, Mt. Sungay, this is a public park formerly dubbed as Palace in the Sky in 1981 which was a part of a mansion commissioned by former first lady Imelda Marcos. The collapse of the Marcos regime also left the mansion unfinished and was instead made a public park.
TAGAYTAY PICNIC GROVE: This is an elevated place to go to for visitors who desire to take a photo of the Taal Lake and its surroundings. The place offices tables and chairs for daytime tourists. Zipline stations and cable cars are also available for additional enjoyment.
TIERRA DE MARIA: This is an appropriate place for spiritual healing where a 50-foot statue of Virgin of Manaoag is situated. At the foot are the wishing well and candle holder and a shrine that houses a small replica of the virgin with an offered fish spa service.
MUSEO ORLINA: Originally from Ramon Orlina’s name, the museum boasts of his finest works a practitioner of glass sculpture in the Philippines. What’s amazing about this place is that it has a coffee shop at its deck.
PARADIZOO: A combination of a farm and mini zoo, this is a place where people are allowed to interact with animals where they ca also feed them with vegetables and plants that are found around the place.
TWIN LAKES SHOPPING VILLAGE: Famous for having the most beautiful Starbucks in the Philippines, this place is now a top food destination in Tagaytay. Breakfast to dinner specialties of Italian dishes and French desserts are offered here and a scenic view is available at sight.