About Metro Tagaytay

Considered as the Tourism Haven and Food Basket of the Province of Cavite, Metro Tagaytay is composed of Tagaytay City, and the towns of Silang, Alfonso, Mendez, Amadeo, and Indang.  In the (proposed) Cavite Provincial Development and Physical Framework Plan (2011–2020), the aforementioned territories are not only among the top food producers in the province, but are also sites of some of Cavite province’s most scenic tourist attractions.

As such, Metro Tagaytay is a top choice among real estate developers, hotel and restaurant companies, as well as for entrepreneurs, retirees, and people looking to relocate outside Metro Manila.

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With an elevation of just over 2000 feet above sea level, Tagaytay City is one of the Philippines' most popular tourist destinations, with its breathtaking scenery and cooler climate. Located up on a ridge, Tagaytay overlooks Taal Lake (and Taal Volcano) in Batangas, providing picturesque views from several vantage points in the city.

Scroll down below for some of the latest news and developments in and around the neighborhood of Tagaytay City.

News From In and Around Metro Tagaytay

Top news articles from the towns of Alfonso, Amadeo, Indang, Mendez, and Silang.  Click on a link to read the full story.

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Mendez, Cavite

Mendez is known for its rolling terrain and rich soil making it ideal for growing a number of crops.  Coffee, rice, corn, pineapple, coconut, and bananas are grown commercially, with an abundance of fruits, vegetables, and root crops as well. 

For more news, articles, and featured establishments in Mendez, Cavite, click here.

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News From Cavite Province and the Calabarzon Region

Metro Tagaytay is part of the province of Cavite, as well as the larger Calabarzon Region (which is made up of the provinces of Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Rizal, and Quezon). Below are links to some of the region's top news stories.

The Province of Cavite

For over 300 years, the province has been known as the "Historical Capital of the Philippines" and was the cradle of the Philippine Revolution. Situated just 21 kilometers (13 mi) south of the capital, Cavite is one of the most industrialized and fastest growing provinces because of its close proximity to Metro Manila.