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6 New Things to Do in TagaytayRe-discover some of chilly Tagaytay’s newest family-friendly destinations and activities.
It seems that no matter how many times we escape the summer heat and head for the windy, more soothing climate of Tagaytay, there’s always something new to do in the popular vacation destination.
And with the kids on vacation, we’re sure Tagaytay holds a spot in your staycation list. With new dining, recreation, entertainment and fitness spots and activities cropping up in the area, there’s definitely more to see in this haven of relaxation.
Read on as we share with you six new things to do in Tagaytay.
There are several ways to get to Tagaytay. Choose which route is most convenient for you:
1. CAVITEX – Trece Martires, Cavite
2. EDSA – Cavite Coastal Road – Emilio Aguinaldo Highway
3. SLEX – Carmona Exit – Emilio Aguinaldo Highway
4. SLEX – Santa Rosa Exit
1. Start the day right with Breakfast at Antonio’s.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOWCONTINUE READING BELOWRecommended Videos
What could be better than a delicious and filling breakfast, coupled with a scenic view? That’s what you get at Breakfast at Antonio’s, the latest addition to Chef Tonyboy Escalante’s restaurants. Breakfast at Antonio’s offers an all-day morning menu for its customers, from pancakes and waffles, crepes, omelettes, to sandwiches, and more. They even sell their own homemade bread, jams, and other items perfect for pasalubong.
See their menu here. For more information, visit their website or their Facebook page.
2. Feast on a summer fiesta buffet with a breathtaking view of Taal Lake.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
The view, of course, is the highlight of any visit to Tagaytay. You can get the best of this while dining at the Summit Ridge Hotel (SRH), which is perched on the highest elevation overlooking the serene view of Lake Taal.
This Holy Week and for the rest of summer, SRH has a number of tailor-made dining options guests can choose from. C2 Classic Cuisine, SRH’s official food and beverage provider, has prepared a sumptuous Summer Fiesta Buffet that celebrates the best in Philippine flavors. Ingredients are fresh as they are sourced from the nearby Mahogany Market.
From favorite rice cake delicacies, to dishes such as pork humba, bagnet, laing, and more, get to experience Pinoy culinary delights at the Summit Ridge Hotel until May for only P499 per person. For more information, visit www.summitridgehotel.com.1 of 3 NEXT
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