WHAT TO SEE:
The Panoramic View of Taal Volcano (located in Batangas). Taal Volcano is the smallest volcano in the world.
A lot of restos are built around the Taal Lake; but if you would really like to have a close encounter and feel the unruffled serenity of the lake, you can rent a boat. (One sign that you’re already in Tagaytay City is when you start seeing guys with ‘plakards’ or sign boards that say ‘Boat Ride’, ‘Boat for Rent’, ‘Boat Trip’) Last time I checked, boat trips are for 1,500. Of course, you can haggle, maybe it can be down for about a hundred to 300.00 depending how you mastered your skills in haggling. I was not able to try the boating though…. not yet.
WHERE TO EAT:
- Sonya's Garden
For those people who are not that ready to stay overnight, no problemo, there's a lot of convenience store on the way. So just grab a toothbrush and that's it! :D
WHERE TO STAY:
This hotel is perfectly conceptualized for weekend getaways, travel adventures, and passion for food and culture. Trademark of Boutique that you would never find in somewhere else is that each room here is inspired by an emotion: 'I Lust', 'I dare', 'I desire', 'I dream', 'I surrender', 'I love', and 'I escape'. Quite exciting right!
A minimum deposit of Php 2,500 is required to confirm booking.
Boutique Bed and Breakfast is located at 45 Aguinaldo highway, Silang Crossing East, Tagaytay City//Contact numbers: 046-4131885 or +639273632660
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