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Tagaytay: People's Park in the Sky Entrance Fee, Rates, Map and How to Get there
Formerly called Palace in the Sky and usually listed as one of the "places to see" in Tagaytay, these information requested by a friend who wish to get there via public transportation plus updated entrance fees and rates.
UPDATED January 2016
People's Park in the Sky Admission Rates and Fees:
Map of People's Park in the Sky plus how to commute there by public transportation (map is edited screengrab of OpenStreetMap)
No information on People's Park in the Sky telephone contact number or official website for inquiries
People's Park in the Sky is a government-owned park that is actually not well maintained. The landscaping needs to be improved even with simple cleanliness. It does offer a different view of Taal Lake and Taal Volcano. If you have your own vehicle, you can't drive inside the park, you need to ride a jeepney to take you to the view deck, it's quite a long walk, please be forewarned :P