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    How to Get to Sonya's Garden: Map, Commute and Driving Directions

    As confirmed by a friend of Tutubi who went to Sonya's Garden (Sonya's Country Bed and Breakfast) some time ago, here's information on how to get to Sonia's Garden near Tagaytay for people taking public transportation plus "driving directions to Sonya's Garden" for those lucky enough to be at the convenience of their own vehicles.

    Important Note: make a reservation at Sonya's garden before actually going there, you may call or text Sonya's garden contact number at +63.917.532.9097 or +63.917.533.5140 or email

    How to get to Sonya's Garden:

    Firt, look for appropriate buses to Tagaytay or Nasugbu on the How to Get to Tagaytay post then follow directions below.

    Commute to Sonya's Garden is easy though with three rides: a bus, a jeepney and a tricycle ride. First ride a Bus to Tagaytay or Nasugbu, Batangas and request the conductor to drop you off at Alfonso Crossing on the highway. Transfer to a jeepney to take you to Buck Estate then ride a tricycle to Sonya's Garden. You can request the tricycle driver to fetch you at an appointed time to avoid the hassle of waiting for one on your return trip. (Current fares not available due to memory gap of Tutubi's friend)

    If you are already touring Tagaytay, you can ride jeepneys that pass by Buck Estate then transfer to a trike to Sonya's Country Bed and Breakfast.

    Driving Directions to Sonya's Garden:

    According to Sonya's Garden's official website: "From South Superhighway
    exit Santa Rosa and turn right towards Tagaytay. Upon reaching main
    Aguinaldo highway, turn right toward Nasugbu, Batangas. Go past Tagaytay
    Rotonda and proceed for 10km. After Splendido Golf course and Sunrise
    Hill make a right turn on the Buck Estate. Drive for 2km and watch out
    for Sonya's on the left side. Use the first gate and drive towards the
    end of the driveway and make a right towards parking lot."

    How to commute to Sonya's garden Tagaytay, Sonya's Garden hotline, contact
    number, reservation

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    posted by GingGoy @ 8:05 PM,


    At Nov 8, 2015, 8:49:00 PM, Blogger Unknown said...

    7pm may dumaan paba na city link na bus sa c5 housing?

    At Nov 8, 2015, 8:50:00 PM, Blogger Unknown said...

    7pm may dumaan paba na city link na bus sa c5 housing?


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