11 Instagrammable Spots in Tagaytay

11 Instagrammable Spots in Tagaytay

Tagaytay City is a place to capture as many shots for Instagram. And why not? Several Instagrammable spots in Tagaytay are literally peppered here and there.

Where can I take Instagrammable pictures in Tagaytay?

If you amp up your Instagram game, we’ve got you covered. Below are the places where you can take Instagram-worthy pictures when in Tagaytay.

Sky Ranch Tagaytay

Sky Ranch is the most popular amusement park in Tagaytay, atop the mountain. Sometimes, people visit the place to experience this leisure park solely.

As such, the panoramic view offers a unique take on your Instagram photos. It’s a different take when you capture moments such as enjoying the rides and the mini-games at the stalls.

Museo Orlina





Museo Orlina, which is owned by glass sculpture pioneer and practitioner, Ramon Orlina, is a place for immortalizing artistry. Before his works, no other artist seemed to see the artistic value of glass. The material is only deemed for practical purposes.

Orlina is a visionary who initially worked with glass scraps and residue. Now, his works are revered in the art scene in the Philippines. Glass is respected for its creatable nature nowadays.

Balay Dako

Balay Dako is famous for its overlooking view and, of course, its culinary prowess. Dining here is synonymous with a gastronomic experience like no other. The rustic dining place is like your very own ancestral house, where you welcome guests with no-fail culinary classics.

Aside from the food, every nook and cranny at Balay Dako is Instagram-worthy. The interiors are as pleasing as the exteriors, and you just have to take pictures everywhere possible.

Antonio’s Restaurant

Balay Dako is a part of Antonio’s Group of Restaurants, but Antonio’s Restaurant was the pioneer. Chef Tony Boy Escalante himself wants to inspire a sense of satisfaction and awe.

Such aspiration was carried into how the place looks, making it ideal for plenty of picture-taking. True enough, the dining experience is more than the cuisine—the place and ambiance also contribute to the overall experience.

Bag of Beans Tagaytay

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Bag of Beans Tagaytay is both rustic and mystic—it’s like your favorite place taken out of the storybook.  People who visited the place liken it to a secret garden. So imagine every opportunity to take pictures for Instagram.

The posh diner is structured to exude a homey ambiance from the insides to the halls then the outsides.

Escala Tagaytay

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Escala Tagaytay is a combination of Bali, Greece, and Southern California. Indeed, its Intagrammable quality is undeniable.

Escala is actually a hotel with signature highlights inside and out. For instance, it has an infinity pool that overlooks Taal Lake. You wouldn’t want to miss a shot or two (or more) here.

The Gingerbread House

There is no place in Tagaytay quite like The Gingerbread House. The place is so vibrant you can’t resist taking a snapshot for the ‘gram. The dollhouse, the wishing well, the moon, the gingerbread house-shaped restaurant, the giant teddy bear, and more.

The owner keeps adding new attractions too, so you always something to go back to.

People’s Park in the Sky

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Formerly known as the Palace in the Sky, People’s Park in the Sky is one of the first few attractions in Tagaytay. Its century-old vibes never seize to attract IG-able snaps, though.

The park is known for its iconic abandoned buildings—some unfinished—against the backdrop of the scenic view of the city. The management also offers photo sessions with snakes, parrots, and baby crocodiles if you’re up for the challenge, that is. 

Tabby Town Cat Cafe

The very first thing you’ll notice about the cafe is its millennial pink theme. The quaint and charming dining place is the perfect Instagram backdrop.

About twenty felines are allowed to take snaps with you—they may even outshine you on the photos. But if you don’t like cats, the management is also opening a corgi cafe in the same building. Now, that’s a good choice.

Kookay’s Food House

Does it sound like kikay? Yes, and the diner is a fun place hands down. The place is a bit nostalgic, reminiscent of your childhood when your rainbow is made up of baby pink.

Kookay’s features pink and unicorns. Such a combination makes it ideal for Insta-g. Even the dishes that the food house serves are IG-worthy. Case in point: rainbow waffles, rainbow spaghetti, and unicorn milkshake. 

Memory Lane

Memory Lane has a country, vintage feel. The dining place is full of cute memorabilia and trinkets you won’t find anywhere. So showcasing them on your Instagram feed is definitely worth it.

There are several vintage unique pieces as well, such as the signage going to the house. It is actually a house in a dominant blue palette, which is also perfect for showing off online.

Know that every place in Tagaytay is unique that makes it ideal for Instagram-worthy shots. But the above places are already handpicked for you. So if you are looking for a perfect place to show off your OOTD, these are the places to be.






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