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Wednesday, August 08, 2012

Piña Colina Resort

     Before opening its doors to the public, we were able to explore its original beauty back in 2009. One spontaneous trip to Tagaytay City captivated us to this peaceful haven... Nestled amidst Tagaytay's Pineapple Hill, thus the name Piña Colina Resort brought into existence by its owners.

Piña Colina Resort, Tagaytay City

Piña Colina's Jacuzzi overlooking the luscious Pineapple Hill

Pineapples all around

                                                                                                ~Pictures taken October 2009~


From SLEX, take the Sta. Rosa exit. Turn right after the toll booths going to Tagaytay.
2. After 20 - 25 minutes, along Sta. Rosa - Tagaytay Highway, slow down after you pass Ming's Garden on the right side of the road. Drive for about 350 meters more. 
3. When you see the big, green Tagaytay Haven Hotel sign, turn right on the road just before the signage. There is a blue & yellow waiting shed on the corner.
4. After turning right on this road (Ulat road), go straight until you hit a road on the left. Turn left on this road. It's an uphill climb going to Piña Colina resort which is on the left side.

Via Aguinaldo Highway (Thru PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION)

From Manila, take a bus going to Tagaytay Rotunda/Olivarez thru Aguinaldo Highway.
2.   From Tagaytay Rotunda / Olivarez, take a jeepney going to City Market in the corner of Calamba Road and Sta. Rosa Highway. (Or from Tagaytay Rotunda / Olivarez, you can already take a tricycle directly to Pina Colina Resort ) 
3.   From the City Market, take a tricycle going to Pina Colina which is about 5 minutes away.



Kit Gana said...

Tagaytay is indeed one of the beautiful places here in the Philippines. Try to visit resorts in Boracay too. I assure you will enjoy the place too.

RV ♊♏ said...

Yes it was! Been there once... We stayed in Fridays...On our next visit to Boracay we'll consider that place. ツ Thanks!

Becca Press said...

That looks so relaxing. I'd love to get away from it all to a place like that and take a load off for a week or two. Thanks for sharing.

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