Welcome To Metro Tagaytay!
It's scenic, it's invigorating, and it's a welcome breath of fresh air. Tagaytay is not just a weekend getaway for the weary, it's an oasis of calm for those looking to relax and reconnect.
Tagaytay City itself is situated on a ridge some 2,000 feet above sea level, providing breathtaking views of tranquil Taal Lake, and the world-famous Taal Volcano. The adjoining towns of Silang, Amadeo, Indang, Mendez, and Alfonso are all excellent neighborhoods, far removed from congestion and pollution, with lots of options for business and living a more relaxed provincial lifestyle.
The Best of Metro Tagaytay is on Tagaytay Living
Featuring the neighborhood of Metro Tagaytay, we cover the latest developments in business and lifestyle in the upland towns of the province of Cavite. Included within the jurisdiction of Metro Tagaytay are Tagaytay City, and the surrounding towns of Amadeo, Alfonso, Indang, Mendez-Nuñez, and Silang.
Not only is Metro Tagaytay a great place to live in and start a family, it’s also a choice destination for local tourists and soon-to-weds, as well as a great place to set up shop and start a new business.
That said, you can expect Tagaytay Living to have resources, articles, and posts on:
- Where to Eat in Tagaytay: featured restaurants, coffee shops, pasalubong shops, and neighborhood establishments
- Where to Stay in Tagaytay: not just hotels, bed-and-breakfasts, and resorts, but also vacation rentals and properties featured on Airbnb.
- What to Do in Tagaytay: all sorts of events and activities, covering tourist attractions, kid-friendly suggestions, date ideas, trade fairs, festivals, and more.
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A More Relaxed and Stress-Free Lifestyle
Ask anyone who’s made the move from the big city to the Tagaytay countryside, and they’ll tell you how the life in uplands Cavite is a lot more laid-back and a lot less hectic. With wide open spaces and cleaner air, you’d love to spend more time outdoors to pursue your interests in gardening and farming, or putting together a country home of your own, or just getting some inspiration to a few other things done.
Fresh local produce is readily available and cheaper than what you’d find in the big city, and there’s a growing community of producers of artisanal goods for all your organic or all-natural needs.
Metro Tagaytay is Business-Friendly
Tagaytay Living strongly supports local efforts put into entrepreneurship and small business. Whether you’re starting a new venture in the neighborhood, or if you’d like to meet others who are also looking for other entrepreneurs and business owners, we’d sure love to hear about it.
As you might observe, hotels, restaurants, wedding venues, resorts, B&B’s, and coffee shops are among some of the more popular ventures in Metro Tagaytay. Other viable businesses include real estate, farming and agriculture, construction, and natural/organic products.
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In and Around Tagaytay
Get to know the neighborhood of Tagaytay City, as well as the adjoining upland Cavite municipalities of Alfonso, Amadeo, Indang, Mendez-Nuñez, and Silang.
There are a number of ways to drive into and out of Tagaytay City. The most direct routes from Metro Manila include:
- General Emilio Aguinaldo Highway (or Aguinaldo Highway) through Silang.
- The South Luzon Expressway (or SLEX), then through either Carmona, or Sta. Rosa.
- The Cavite Expressway (or CAVITEX) through General Trias and Amadeo.
Most establishments provide instructions on how to get to Tagaytay, so go check out their websites or get in touch with their customer service teams. The mobile application Waze is also a big help. Here's a map to help you figure your way around the neighborhood.
More About Metro Tagaytay
Metro Tagaytay generally consists of all the upland towns of Cavite province, and is located in relatively close proximity to Metro Manila (about an hour and forty minutes away), Batangas, and Laguna (both just outside Alfonso and Silang respectively).
We Welcome Article Contributions
Got stories to share about our neighborhood of Metro Tagaytay? Give our blog a look, or check out our links on Facebook, or our photos on Instagram, to have an idea of the kind of content we’d like to have on our site.
Tell us about your new farm, your upcoming restaurant concept, or that hotel or resort you’re planning to put up. Send us photos of that crazy Saturday with the family, or that date night that went so well the other week!
Essentially, if it’s anything about Metro Tagaytay, we’d love to hear about it. Particularly so if it’s a helpful piece for people looking to move or retire here, or for those setting up a business, or even useful advice for those getting married, or just visiting for the weekend!
We Can Feature You on Tagaytay Living
We’re constantly on the lookout for new establishments, new farms, and new events to feature on our site. Talk to our content development team to find out how you can get featured on TagaytayLiving.com, as well as other promotional activities and marketing initiatives lined up that your brand can be a part of!
Tagaytay Living on Instagram
Our Instagram account is a collection of our own original snapshots, mixed in with a bunch of curated photos from lovely visitors who stopped by the neighborhood and had a great time with family, friends and loved ones. Visit TagaytayLiving on Instagram today!