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    Tagaytay Highlands Golf & Country Club

    Much like the nearby Splendido Taal, Tagaytay Highlands is a private country club with golf course, cable car, swimming pools, mini-zoo and homes for the rich and famous with a breathtaking view of the beautiful Taal Volcano

    Pictures of Tagaytay Highlands Golf and Country Club
    (taken using Canon Ixus 30):

    How would you like to own a nice home like this?

    the lagoon inside the mini-zoo
    one of the many swimming pools inside Tagaytay Highlands

    Tagaytay Highlands Golf & Country Club
    Tagaytay Midlands Golf & Country Club

    How to get to Tagaytay Highlands:

    Commute: there are buses going to going to Alfonso or any bus going to tagaytay. Reuest the conductor to drop you off at Olivarez then take a jeepney going to Peoples Park where you can see the entrance of the place.

    Driving Directions to Tagaytay Highlands: from Manila, head off to SLEX and exit at Sta. Rosa exit and drive all the way to the Tagaytay Ridge road where you turn left. Look for signage on the road for directions of you may refer to map.

    Related Posts:
    Taal Volcano Trek Guide
    Splendido Taal Golf and Country Club
    Mt. Malarayat Golf and Country Club
    Philippine Golf Courses and Driving Ranges

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    posted by GingGoy @ 8:08 PM,


    At Feb 25, 2010, 4:04:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    hello, how cn we get a sponsorship in order to get in to this place?will appreciate your response.tnx. :)

    At Apr 29, 2010, 10:04:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Hi. Would like to go to the highlands kaya lang dont know of someone who is a member. I heard its exclusive for members only? is that true? So how are we suppose to get there and enter? Wala sila daytours lang with entrance fees?

    At Apr 29, 2010, 10:36:00 AM, Blogger GingGoy said...

    anonymous, as far as i know, you really can't go there without a member sponsoring you. there's no such thing as tagaytay highlands entrance fee nor admission price. that's the way it is out there. i was only able to visit it on a company event, so one of best bet is to find corporate events. room rates are also high but if you can afford it, why not an annual membership fee just for a year? :P


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