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The Secrets of Tagaytay!

Updated on December 29, 2006

The Definitive Travel Guide to an Awesome Tagaytay Experience!

Every Filipino loves Tagaytay! It is the best place for cool weather, awesome food, and fantastic nature view. There is more to Tagaytay than the usual places that you go to. I've been going to Tagaytay almost 10x a year and I plan to share with you the best places, secret escapes, and awesome tips. Best of All, you can contribute to this lens guide to make this the definitive guide to the awesome secrets in Tagaytay!

Secret #1: Best Pasalubong that is Uniquely Tagaytay!

Every time you go up to Tagaytay that it is a must to bring something home to your love ones. These are the best Pasalubong that Tagaytay offers:

1. Fresh Pineapple. Make sure to buy from the farmers themselves where you would normally see them displaying the pineapple along the streets. I don't usually buy from the market stalls since they are a bit expensive.

2. Buco Tart. This is a signature Tagaytay Pasalubong. Make sure to buy your miniature Buco Tarts from Rowena or Amira's which are also available in Angel Hill's retreat house beside Pink Sisters.

3. Pink Sister's Angel Cookies. This is an all time favorite. We usually buy these as a pasalubong at the same time a contribution to the Pink Sisters. We usually make it a point to visit Pink Sister's every time we go up in Tagaytay. The Blessed Sacrament is always exposed in the Church.

4. Good Shepherd Convent Ube Jam. My wife loves these Ube Jam but I'm glad she outgrew it already. The Tagaytay Ube Jam is no match for the Baguio ones but this is a good pasalubong for your love ones.

5. Steamed Peanuts. I love buying these steamed peanuts that are only abundant from the Mendez Intersection. I usually buy some to eat in the car and some to take home as pasalubong.

Secret #2: One of the World's Most Expensive Coffee is Available in Tagaytay!

If you are a coffee connoiseur, it is a must that you try Coffee Alamid which is available in Bag of Beans in Tagaytay! This coffee became globally famous when it was featured in Oprah. While you are in Bag of Beans, you can order their Blueberry Cheescak

Coffee Alamid is Philippine civet coffee that comes only from the sweetest coffee cherries of the Philippine forests. The palm civets that naturally propagate the sugar palm trees are also the same civets that choose and eat these ripe cherries. The beans are then fermented in the digestive system of the civets, then excreted as whole beans. The coffee farmers pick these civet droppings during coffee season.

Coffee Alamid is a natural blend of the Philippine finest Liberica, Exelsa, Robusta and Arabica beans. The nocturnal civets freely roam the forests in the wild. The beans are all collected in the wild.

Coffee Alamid when roasted, has sweet, chocolatey aroma that heightens the senses. It is light and naturally sweet. Its fine and smooth taste is perfect for a good morning start. It is a winning formula during high power meetings. Enjoy it black and pure to savor its true taste and aroma.

(From Arengga.com )

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Secret #4: La Esquina @ Splendido - The Newest Fine Dining and Mediterranean Place in Tagaytay

Are you tired of always just eating in Antonio's or Cafe Verbenna or in Tagaytay Highlands?

The Buzz is getting louder on this new mediterranean place in Spendido Golf Course in Tagaytay. The Famous Spanish Cuisine of Chef Ed's Quimson in Makati is now transferred to La Esquina and together with Heny Sison's Desserts, this place will be awesome!

Secret #5: The Best Spas in Tagaytay

Maybe you are looking for a relaxing Spa escape in Tagaytay. Here are the top 5 choices for you.

1. Nurture Spa. By far the #1 Spa in Tagaytay because it is accessible by everyone. The nature and ifugao huts ambiance are very relaxing. It is affordable and the Massage is at Par with most Spa in Manila.

2. Sanctuario Spa @ Canyon Woods. This is the second branch of the famous Filipino inspired Sanctuario Spa in Malate. The Massage is a lot lot better than nurture spa but this is located inside Canyon Woods Main Clubhouse. It is exclusively for members and their guest but sometimes you can talk directly to Sanctuario to let you in for the spa :)

3. Tagaytay Highlands Spa and Lodge. This one you definitely need to be accompanied or endorsed by a member to enter Tagaytay Highlands. The Spa is located in a country style and log cabin ambiance. I usually only able to try this when we have a company teambuilding in highlands. The Massage is very good too.

4. Discovery Country Suites Luxury Spa. You need to stay in Discovery Suites in order to get their spa services. The accommodation cost is quite expensive and I'm sure even the spa services.

5. Ylang Ylang Spa @ Taal Vista Lodge. This is the Fuego hotels version of Spa located in the newly renovated Taal Vista Lodge. I haven't tried it but it looks like a hotel spa which you can get in Manila anyway.

Secret #7: Best Filipino Restaurant in Tagaytay

If you have visitors, you might want to bring them to the very best of Filipino cuisine. Here are the top 5 Best Filipino Restaurants in Tagaytay!

1. Josephine's Restaurant. For me, this is the #1 Filipino Restaurant in Tagaytay. Although, it is more expensive, you are ensured that you are getting the best quality in Filipino Food. Also, make sure that you seat near the large window with a view of the Taal Lake.

2. Viewsite Restaurant. There are two locations, one near Josephine's (which gets the customer overflow from Josephine's) and the most famous one near the Mendez intersection. Don't forget to order Tawilis which you can only find in Tagaytay.

3. Leslie's Restaurant. Similarly, there are two locations. The less known one is located in the Road going to Tagaytay from Sta. Rosa. The most famous one is located in the center of Tagaytay among the rows of restaurants. We usually alternate between Leslie's and Viewsite. Don't forget to order Sinigang or the all time Favorite Bulalo!

4. Mushroom Burger. This is an All time Favorite specially for the vegetarian folks or if you want to eat a light healthy meal. Mushroom Burger still rocks!

5. Antonio's Grill. This place is also part of the Antonio's franchise but the less successful one. It serves ilonggo cuisine. For variety, this is a good place to eat different variety to Filipino cuisine.

Please don't forget to rate this lens and tell me honestly what you think about this lens.

Secret #8: Your Own Tagaytay Secrets - I always believe that everyone has their own secrets. So please don't hesitate to add your comments, secret tips, and fee

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      Mark 2 years ago

      You forgot the best view of Taal Lake and Volcano at The Lake Hotel Tagaytay, nothing compares to the view they have!

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      @anonymous: well I recommend balinsasasayaw restaurant in tagaytay. yes the one in silang has a branch in the sky city...its less crowded and it the food is real palawan cuisine...

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      i still want my lola's sinaing in our barangay...i love the Eating Place , its my aunt Iting's local eatery near picnic grove....perhaps Im gonna try soon building my own hidden resto near famous inn...watch out with ATV rental i guess in our pineapple plantation

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      @anonymous: yes this is real www.datinggeneral.co.in

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      While there are upscale restaurants with international cuisine, for me the best places to eat are those that the locals are proud of as their own. Most of the time, they're small, quaint (carinderia-looking even), relatively inexpensive establishments.... until they get famous, that is. Bag of Beans started like this. I'm looking for such places.

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      if you want pasalubong.....rowena's pasalubong....

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      xtianfriborg13 4 years ago

      Philippines is so rich with beautiful places to go to! I want to go there!!

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      I found you Anton! Many years ago, I followed your advice and am so glad I did! Thank you. This time, I'll be spending my time in Manila so will see what you recommend there!

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      jregins2 lm 5 years ago

      My compliments on a well-laid out lens. I haven't been to Tagaytay since I visited in 2005 when I was on an assignment in Manila. Hope to take my cebuano wife & son there soon.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Station15 Restobar at Maharlika Drive Tagaytay City! Good Food, Good Deals on Drink with awesome clubbing ambiance! Drink and Enjoy the upbeat music with Friends in this classy and stylish restobar http://www.station15restobar.com

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      i love Jeepney pinoy resto Tagaytay. It's located at the 2nd level of summit ridge promenade mall. Nag ooffer sila dun ng Unlimited cakes and coffee.... P200 lang. and take note premium ang mga selections ng cake ha... will visit there again next week, with my another set of friends, Take care all

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      why don't you try BULALO POINT RESTAURANT, that's the best bulaluhan in tagaytay, for only 300 pesos good for 3 to 4persons, the beef is so tender and the soup is tasty...they serve in the native "palayok"..the staff is so very friendly...don't forget also their yummy sizzling sisig different from d' other sisig in town!

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      tried some rooms here and you wont regret..

      > day stay at moongarden moongardentag.multiply.com/.. unfortunately, we arrive just after a typhoon that why the place wasn't in good condition.. nevertheless ate grace was still very accommodating..

      > coffee farmhouse thecoffeefarmhouse.wordpress.com/.. right after work at 9am, we went dorectly from manila to tagytay, coffee here just put a kick in your soul,.. they got swimming pool and pool table.. and lots of outdoor activities..

      > sonyas garden.. www.sonyasgarden.com/ .. you wont regret going to this place.. the room, uhhhhh, the yeahhhh.. we got a room that has 3 large beds.. i don't know if this was made in error, but they inform us that nobody would be sharing our big room..

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      tried some rooms here and you wont regret..

      > day stay at moongarden moongardentag.multiply.com/.. unfortunately, we arrive just after a typhoon that why the place wasn't in good condition.. nevertheless ate grace was still very accommodating..

      > coffee farmhouse thecoffeefarmhouse.wordpress.com/.. right after work at 9am, we went dorectly from manila to tagytay, coffee here just put a kick in your soul,.. they got swimming pool and pool table.. and lots of outdoor activities..

      > sonyas garden.. www.sonyasgarden.com/ .. you wont regret going to this place.. the room, uhhhhh, the yeahhhh.. we got a room that has 3 large beds.. i don't know if this was made in error, but they inform us that nobody would be sharing our big room..

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      themoneymakingguide 5 years ago

      I would love to go there sometimes.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      @anonymous: 2nd level Summit Ridge promenade mall, Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo Highway Tagaytay. Try it.. :)

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      @anonymous: 2nd level Summit Ridge promenade mall, Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo Highway Tagaytay. Try it.. :)

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      @anonymous: 2nd level Summit Ridge promenade mall, Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo Highway Tagaytay. Try it.. :)

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      I will never forget my experiences in Tagaytay co'z every time na umuuwi kami ng Batangas lagi kaming dumadaan jan and someday when I already have my own money I will built my home there,:)

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      @anonymous: yup..going there tom..so where's jeepney pinoy resto??

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      @anonymous: where is this Jeepney Pinoy Resto located?

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      @anonymous: stop trolling my friend! best place is in the cliffhouse at tagaytay.

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      jeremykim2011 5 years ago

      I love Tagaytay! Great lens!

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      @anonymous: stop trolling my friend! best place is in the cliffhouse at tagaytay.

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      tdpubs 5 years ago

      I have many friends in the Philippines and hear about this area a lot. I'm going to have to take the wife and kids there one day.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      @anonymous: is this for real??

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      @anonymous: is this for real??

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      @anonymous: Mama bells was just busted by local police for serving human flesh...never eat burgers in Tagaytay

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Tagaytay is my favorite place in the Philippines. Take a jacket because sometimes it gets chilly....perfect weather for a romantic stroll

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      @anonymous: you're sick. you need help.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Try Mama Belle's along the Sta. Rosa - Tagaytay Rd. New small, quaint, place with various longanisa as far as from Baguio and Cebu. A lot of take home goodies too.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      @anonymous: @fe Oh you mean "piss off" LOL

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      @anonymous: lol!

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Are you looking for a budgeted kainan in Tagaytay City, Philippines??? But doesn't affect the quality and taste of the foods. A perfect place for Barkada o Kapamilya. A perfect getaway to hold your lunch and dinner. I'm encouraging you to visit Jeepney Pinoy Resto. They are offering P99.00 with Unlimited Rice and bonus pa kapag may Special rice of the day sila! Lots of varieties ng mga ulam. good for one person pa ang servings. Ang Crispy pata. P99.00 lang.. You could also try threir best seller Kare Kareng gulay at same price! Very affordable. Talagang babalik balikan.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Are you looking for a budgeted kainan in Tagaytay City, Philippines??? But doesn't affect the quality and taste of the foods. A perfect place for Barkada o Kapamilya. A perfect getaway to hold your lunch and dinner. I'm encouraging you to visit Jeepney Pinoy Resto. They are offering P99.00 with Unlimited Rice and bonus pa kapag may Special rice of the day sila! Lots of varieties ng mga ulam. good for one person pa ang servings. Ang Crispy pata. P99.00 lang.. You could also try threir best seller Kare Kareng gulay at same price! Very affordable. Talagang babalik balikan.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      there is a really nice "lugawan" open 24 hours near cafe breton' their tokwa is really good, another place that has good food in tagaytay is memory lane it is the same road going to nurture spa, their sinigang na lechon is yummy and my girls enjoyed the quaint place a lot. spanish bread in Sonya's, hand pulled bread in Bag of Beans and tarts in Rowena's are great pasalubong also.chicken curry in Nurture Spa is delicioso, karekare in Sonya's and the tinola na pampano is also good... hope this simple info will help those who will visit tagaytay :)

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      seosmm 5 years ago

      Lots of good info. Very nice lens!

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      PearlHowie 5 years ago

      I love the spa list - one day I am going to have to go and try it!

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      gidjii 5 years ago

      This really answered my problem, thank wholesale dropship you!

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Tagaytay is certainly a paradise!

      http://www.limohirebrisbanecity.com.au/

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      knew nothing about this, thanks for the information, 'thumbs up' too for you.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      @anonymous: Wow. Human flesh? Where in the world did you hear about that? We have a house in Tagaytay. Believe me, there is no such thing! We are God-fearing people. Please stop spreading lies about our country.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      @anonymous: Wow. Human flesh? Where in the world did you hear about that? We have a house in Tagaytay. Believe me, there is no such thing! We are God-fearing people. Please stop spreading lies about our country.

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      Jharna24 5 years ago

      Thanks for sharing

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      the_fat_chef

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      the_fat_chef

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      I will share another secret in Tagaytay ... Villade de Oro Tagaytay, located in along Aguinaldo Hi-way before arriving inTagaytay Circle... its actually exclusive for those who want to have a perfect wedding destination... as of last year they accommodate visitors who wants the view the " The Secret Garden", with a Chapel and a Mansion . We did our wedding there its an amazing place.

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      @anonymous: Why dont you talk about your first three fiances that disappeared Mrs.Pheonix. Two pilipinos and one french dude.......Philip Cataquiz-Mark Yitalie-and Robert Cramer........Your brother Kim is in jail now because the police find three bodies in his yard.......and all the flesh had been removed......your uncle Li Juitang is the leader of Abu Saayaf southern brranch.

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      @anonymous: Mrs pheonix......if you worked for the Un you would know my case. I have been informed that you are the prime suspect in the disappearences of several asian albinos that were killed and sold to faith healers as black majic. Then their flesh was sold at mushroom burger in Tagaytay. You and your cohorts will soon be facing lengthy jail sentences. I know there are a lot of millionaires in Tagaytay.....theres a lot of money in human meat and fat for cosmetics......You fool no one ma'am!!!!

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      @anonymous: so vulgar next time, think of our teeners to say those kind of words, maybe u have gone to the wrong website.......pissed off....and get lost

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      okay sa tagaytay. Pwedeng magkantutan sa kalye

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      @anonymous: Where the hell do you get your sources from? Sheesh,My husband is an American and I brought him to Tagaytay for a weekend when we got married in May. I don't think he would have stayed with me to live in the Philippines if I DID serve him human meat. COME ON, PEOPLE! GROW UP!

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      @anonymous: wow, Bojangles. That is pure bullshit! I work WITH the UN and have been to Tagaytay many times over. Many of our expats LOVE going there because of the ambiance . Bows and arrows? seriously??? We Filipinos are NOT that primitive NOR that stupid to put offense on foreigners just because. And sorry, but Tagaytay is actually a place where most of the millionaires have their luxury houses there, so what jungle are you talking about? Check your geography, please. The Abu Sayyaf rebels stay in Mindanao, and they are very far and few. Do you think that the Philippine government will pay YOU millions of dollars for the shit you spew? *walks away laughing*

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      thanks for your wonderful insights and photos! they really helped a lot! im now excited and ready to explore tagaygay!

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      farhatalbina 6 years ago

      amazing, you look so pro with Muscle Car. do you have one? Looks like I have to try Buy one. Maybe I'll try find it first in: jual beli

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      Great stuff!! I like your lens; itâs very informative and engaging. Iâm also building a site Drinking how much is too much which is really useful for drinkers.

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      @anonymous: people here hate that it's really beautiful? been there last march, btw. that volcano view is amazing.

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      @anonymous: Jane you foolish minded liberal whore. Stop spreading your fantasy stories.

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      @anonymous: Brian Cox, the reporter, Janet Geronimo, svetlana

      YOU GUYS ARE NUTS. from what planet are you from? ROTFLMFAO =)))

      to all readers,

      never mind the comments of this mad people. i'm pretty sure they have never been to the captivating beauty of Tagaytay. :)

      to see is to believe :)

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      momsfunny 6 years ago

      Wow a lot of secrets revealed. I haven't been to Tagaytay, but knowing the secrets of Tagaytay, makes me want to go there and see the beauty of that place.

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      @anonymous: so, janet, why do you hate your country so much? is the philippines that bad? i was scheduled to go to tagaytay and bora cay but i guess i'll just go to thailand then.

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      @anonymous: Mr Reporter was jailed in Jamaica for selling albino children to voodoo doctors to be killed and parts of their bodies put in majic potions for the black market.

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      @anonymous: Mr. Reporter........You must work for the philippine government.....Ive seen you on several lenses spewing your hate filled lies and protecting nefarious persons in the flesh business. Your a spy for the jack booted govt thugs of Cavite.

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      hi! where

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      I wanted to hold a one day small business meeting (5 person) at Tagaytay. Would appreciate any suggestion for the venue. thanks

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      achilles644 6 years ago

      this was an amazing lens describing the famous and the importance of tagaytay in our vacations. it has an awesome nature view while traveling throughout. the worlds most expensive and the best coffee available here was another wondering fact in tagaytay -greek cardigans

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      @anonymous: human flesh? i've been to tagaytay 24 times in the past 7 years and i've never heard or seen of that. i can't understand where these tales of yours come from. i've been to 18 countries and so far the philippines is one of the best, along with venezuela and jamaica. very friendly people.

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      greatwriters lm 6 years ago

      I have been to Tagaytay. It is a beautiful place with friendly people. Thanks for your great lens!

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      I love Tagaytay! I've been there many times when I was still in the Philippines, I now live in the US. I truly miss the Philippines and its beautiful places like Tagaytay.

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      @anonymous: Tagaytay is one of the most famous & favorite place in the philippines..

      Before you post any fancy story,be sure to have legal proof or evidence..so people will believe..

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      Tagaytay is the only city in the world where human meat is sold at open air markets and several restaurants lik Josephines and Antonios. I hear tale people from asian countries go specifically to Tagaytay to eat human flesh.

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      @anonymous: I sympathise with you rea........I too was to meet my girl at bag of beans. She came with her brother and they held me down and slit my throat. I managed to make it to the highway and flag down a jeepney and I lived. As I was trying to flee several old women tried to hold me down so I would bleed to death. I was lucky.

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      @anonymous: Thers a reason no niggers are in Tagaytay. Whatever that reason is we need to share with the rest of the world.

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      Tagaytay is the second most dangerous city on earth. Just behind Juarez Mexico. So many people have "disappeared" trekking up the Taal volcano that the United Nations is investigating. Its said that locals are killing tourist and selling human fat to markets in Europe. I went to Tagaytay once and several street children started shooting me with bow and arrows as police watched and did nothing. I just threw my money down and ran for my life into the jungle. After two weeks in the jungle I was captured by abusayyaf rebels. I was forced to masterbate into a jar several times a day. I escaped after three months and fled the country. The Philippine and American Governmetn paid me a couple million dollars in compensation but no life is worth it.

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      I was supposed to meet my "fiancé" at Sonias Garden for a romantic meal and night. Instead she shows up with two guys who beat and rob me then stab me twice. To make matters worse Sonia herself comes out of the kitchen and puts her finger in my butt. That was kind of weird but at least Im alive.

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      I seen a UFO over Taal volcano last time I was there.

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      Best thing about Tagaytay is there are no niggers.

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      Would suggest a quiet get away called Sonia's Garden... :) Ambiance, the flowers, the organically grown veggies and great menu made it a place in our hearts... :)

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      Tagaytay is very nice, if you want a place to relax which is very near to manila.

      I also like to buy fresh meats here...and last, I really love the Mushroom Burger, this entices me to come back again and again to Tagaytay.

      I you also want a spot for good food

      visit here www.thediningroom.com.ph

      its also near in Tagaytay

      this place is very interesing :)

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      @NickOng: FPJ Restuarant is one of the best. This is a new restaurant located along aguinaldo highway before tagaytay crossing if you coming from North. Everyone should try FPJ Restaurant. People are all nice, service are good and most of all food and terribly yummy! They serve filipino foods and their specialty is kalderetang kambing. Foods are not the expensive. I will definitely come back to FPJ when i go to tagaytay.

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      Thanks for the info find it interesting and very informative...plan to visit Tagaatay next month to celebrate our second year anniversary.

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      Mary Norton 6 years ago from Ontario, Canada

      Good to see this place featured here. I used to make my retreats there and my favourite place is the Good Shepherd Convent. Your site is also awesome.

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      Mary Norton 6 years ago from Ontario, Canada

      Good to see this place featured here. I used to make my retreats there and my favourite place is the Good Shepherd Convent. Your site is also awesome.

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      desilegend 6 years ago

      Congratulations and big thanks! You lens was featured on my Top 10 Travel Destinations lens. Please Squidlike it & Facebook Like it!

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      nethacka 6 years ago

      I really missing the place ,your post keeps me to go there,sure will go there

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      Oooh, cool! I want to go to the Philippines and try some authentic paella. That sounds yummy! If that is a real pic from Tagaytay, then I love it. Looks awesome!

      Travacor

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      ezpostcard 6 years ago

      been to Tagaytay, it's a wonderful highland place. Good to see the Taal volcano too!

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      ezpostcard 6 years ago

      Been to Tagaytay, it's a wonderful highland place. Good to see the Taal volcano too!

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      JamesCorey 6 years ago

      I've been in the health and wellness industry for many years now. I always thought there would be a niche market in actually branding your own type of music to match that of your spa. Great article.

      http://www.thaibanyan.com

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      JamesCorey 6 years ago

      I've been in the health and wellness industry for many years now. I always thought there would be a niche market in actually branding your own type of music to match that of your spa. Great article.

      http://www.thaibanyan.com

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      BlackLeatherBriefcases 6 years ago

      This is exactly what I was looking for. Thanks for sharing this great lens! That is very interesting Smile I love reading and I am always searching for informative information like this!

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      jlshernandez 6 years ago

      I have been to Sonya's garden for the weekend. The food and massage was great. I wish I knew about the other places you have listed before we ventured there last September 2009.

      Thanks for sharing. Favorited.

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      Diana J. Limjoco 6 years ago from Puerto Princesa, Palawan

      Hey Anton, thanks for sharing! It's etrike Diana!

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      WriterBuzz 6 years ago

      Nice idea for a lens. Very informative. Gave you a quick thumbs up.

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      nice lens. philippine is a nice country too. I like coffee. thanks for information

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      We are going to Tagaytay this coming Jan'11 and you have posted very useful information for my research. Thanks!!!

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      PatrikOdle 7 years ago

      I really like your mindset about this!!

      great lens...

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      nice lens.

      I book marked your main web page for personal reference.

      I will comment here again once we do.

      thank you

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      tmiller2 7 years ago

      restaurant coupons are one of my favourites. The only thing is printable coupons are becoming less acceptable these days because people photoshop the hell out of a coupon and use it repeatedly...not that i know anything about that of course :)

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      NickOng 7 years ago

      thanks for your lens! I will definitely visit this place when i get to Philippines! great work!