After satisfying our hunger at Leslie’s, we headed to one of Tagaytay’s famous tourist spots, the ‘Palace in the Sky’ also known as ‘People’s Park in the Sky.’ Situated on Tagaytay’s highest point, it would give you a wonderful view of Tagaytay city, Taal Lake and Taal Volcano.
While we are on our way to People’s Park, fog welcomed us. 🙂
Palace in the Sky Entrance Fee: Php 30
Look the letters of the hollywood-like signage were incomplete. Hope they’ll fix it. Isn’t the entrance fee is for the maintenance of the place?
We are lucky enough to experience the cold foggy weather. It’s not like that the first time I went to this place and It’s even colder than I experienced in Baguio. But we are also unfortunate for not being able to see the scenic view. All we can see is fog! Haha. Anyway, we enjoyed it a lot!
After the freezing cold Palace in the Sky, we went directly to Picnic Grove to experience some adventure.
Picnic Grove has lots of activities to offer. Of course, by the name itself, you can have picnic while enjoying the view of Taal. You can ride a horse or experience zipline and cable car.
No questions asked, I would definitely ride my much loved zipline!! LOL 😀 Love the feeling of flying 300 feet off the ground. If you want to check the rates click here for the website.
Next blog post: Sky Ranch and Starbucks Tagaytay! 🙂