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Breathtaking View from Tagaytay Overlooking Taal

The breathtaking view from Tagaytay overlooking Taal is one of the reasons why people flock to this south bound town/city away from the metro, Manila that is. So here’s my share of being left in awe through an amazing place like Tagaytay. A few photos below depict the wonderful Taal from Tagaytay.

These photos were taken from one of popular Tagaytay restaurants – Leslie’s. We weren’t there to dine and just wanted a platform where we can freely see the Taal just outside the restaurant. So if you’re thinking of doing the same, this food stop is the best stop for you. But if you’re starving, Leslie’s still serve their purpose as a restaurant well. You can choose from a variety of foods from the menu.

Road Trip in Tagaytay

Aside from taking snapshots of the Taal lake and volcano from the heights of Tagaytay, there are still a lot of things you can do. But most people would simply love to drive from Manila to Tagaytay and back again in a road trip type of travel where they can simply drop by specific spots or any place they would want to stop for that matter. That’s what we did and we were able to drive past popular places in Tagaytay for a whole day. If you’re going to do the same, best to leave the metro early in the morning while traffic doesn’t plague the roads yet, particularly in the Cavite area and then drive back to the major cities again by sundown or early evening. Otherwise, you can pick a Tagaytay hotel nearby and spend the night resting after a full day’s drive and roll before driving home the next early morning.

Whether you go on a road trip or commute, you’ll love the scenery you’d past by to. The provincial vibe will greet you the moment you’re out of SLEX (South Luzon Expressway) so that in itself is already a breather away from the congested urban area. Once you reach Tagaytay, it’s even more captivating. You’ll love the cold breeze as you slowly ascend the hills. This same comfortable temperature is what makes Tagaytay a rising haven for real estate. Problem is; unstable slopes can become dangerous when paired with opportunistic developers who compromise quality materials to be able to earn more. Also, just the presence of too many houses alone may lessen the value of the area. We can compare it with Baguio. The place is definitely colder and safer a decade or so ago when it was less populated.

That’s not for us to worry about for now though. For as long as Tagaytay remains rich with the beauty it is known for, we will always drop by anytime.

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