Tagaytay is known as a vacation destination. The highland offers a cool temperature, luscious vegetation, nice scenery, fine dining, and fun activities. People from surrounding cities, friends and families, colleagues flock the small city just to feel and smell the fresh air of the little paradise.
Cool climate due to its high altitude, earned Tagaytay its title as the second summer capital of the Philippines. The serene surroundings and cool climate also gave Tagaytay its reputation as a center for spiritual retreat. Tagaytay also provides a spectacular view of Taal Volcano.
The place is primarily a grazing ground for cows. Its economy is purely tourism and agriculture, where coffee, vegetables, and flowers are locally grown.
Since the start of tourists visiting the city, restaurants have begun to grow. Various villages also went their way one by one transforming some agricultural land.
Tagaytay is a great place for leisure. Malls are on their way in, since various people are coming to settle in Tagaytay. Tagaytay is a host to amusement centers, including world-class golf courses, skating rinks, horse trails, hotels and restaurants.
The promising weather and reasonable cost of living attract people from neighboring countries. Some of them wish to retire and settle down here.
One of the business venture that is catching on is Language Training.
Japanese choose this place since it’s not far away from the capital, is safe, and is clean and fresh. With just an hour and a half away from the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA), Tagaytay is a perfect first stop for tourists. Tagaytay is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Philippines.
Prior to becoming a city in 1938, Tagaytay was a small mountain village for some 300 families. Because of the vast potentials as a recreational center, development boomed in the 1970’s when investors began building, quickly transforming Tagaytay into a modern city.