Caviteñas Countryside Lifestyle
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After our sumptuous and jampacked lunch at Josephine, I stood up for awhile, walked a little and took a few shots at the back of the restaurant where they got this nice view of Taal Lake and Volcano. Afterwards we finally went to Tagaytay Highlands, the surroundings were awesome, it felt like I'm living in a different country. It's the place where I want to live, relax and spend time with the family. It was like a dream world for me, peaceful, serene, clean, everything I'm looking for is in this place... I got nothing bad to say about it (except the prices and rates).
We were able to tour around the golf and country club and see the villas, condominiums, other villages, parks, restaurants, and that's not all that's in there. We missed the other locations like the go-cart, paintball, horseback ride, animal farm, and so much more.
[For those who are curious or would like to see the rates, I'll post it soon here.]
One must be a member to be able to enter Tagaytay Highlands. Luckily my cousin's friend was able to get us a "Guest" pass, she's working as a programmer of SM and at times work as an events coordinator each time there's a golf tournament in Tagaytay Highlands. (FYI: Henry Sy, is the owner of Highlands, also the owner of SM Malls). If I'd be given another chance to get back to this place I wouldn't think twice, there's so much more to explore in Tagaytay Highlands. I'm glad and feel fortunate to be able to see and experience these things, and what made it truly special, I was there with my family.