Tagaytay City is known to be a go-to destination for most locals and tourists due to its cold climate, accessibility from Manila, breathtaking view of Taal Volcano, and the wide variety of dining selections and recreational activities. Sky Ranch is one of Tagaytay's most visited places because of its fantastic view and attractions, such as carnival-like rides, horseback riding, and kiddie rides. Aside from these, it also offers various restaurants and food kiosks to people to keep them full throughout their fun-filled day at the park.
Sky Ranch is a 5-hectare leisure park project of SM Prime Holdings, Inc., SM Group's consolidated subsidiaries and real estate assets, in the city of Tagaytay. It offers a wide range of family-friendly rides and dining places and a 2,000-square meter events area called The Venue, which caters to corporate events, receptions, and other social gatherings. The theme park is well-known for its panoramic view of Tagaytay City and Taal Lake and Volcano. Accordingly, it is famous for its ride, the Sky Eye, one of the tallest Ferris wheels in the country at the height of more than 200 feet (or 63 meters). Aside from Sky Ranch's fantastic view and various rides and attractions, many people decide to visit the park due to its location's accessibility from Metro Manila and neighboring towns and provinces like Laguna and Batangas.
Besides these thrilling and kiddie rides, some rides are perfect for the whole family:
Sky Ranch also offers a variety of midway games that have fantastic cuddly prizes. Additionally, the park also offers other attractions, such as:
Rides have height and age requirements to ensure the safety and protection of the park's guests. It also has its own clinic for people in case of emergencies.
There are various ways to get to Sky Ranch by private or public vehicles. It would mostly depend on where people will be heading from. But here are the usual routes to head to the amusement park.
Route options for people using private vehicles:OPTION 1 : via SLEX Sta.
The most popular and most accessible is Rosa Exit. It is a straight drive to Tagaytay Public Market (and right smack into Tagaytay Econo Inn). Turn right to Tagaytay city proper and Nasugbu/Balayan/Lemery Batangas or left going to People's Park in the Sky. Usual travel time from Makati CBD is just around one hour (except CBD traffic).
(recommended for weekends to avoid traffic in Nuvali, Solenad, and Paseo de Sta. Rosa) turn right to Greenfield Parkway (pass by Riverbend and Pramana Residential Park). On the United Boulevard (along FortMED and South Luzon Hospital and Medical Center, Paseo Premier Hotel), turn right to Laguna Boulevard then left to Sta. Rosa -Tagaytay Road to reach Tagaytay.OPTION 3 : via SLEX Greenfields Exit
an alternate route to Tagaytay that pass by Pramana, Nuvali, Eton City, and Paseo de Sta. Rosa, ideal to avoid traffic build-up on Sta. Rosa – Tagaytay National Road.
Commute Options for people using public utility vehicles:
Option 1: Paranaque Integrated Terminal Exchange (PITX), ride a bus to Tagaytay-Mendez or Nasugbu route. Alight at Olivarez Tagaytay. Ride a jeep to Casino or Crossing Mendez and alight at Sky Ranch Tagaytay.
Option 2: From Batangas City, ride a bus to Turbina or SM Calamba.
Option 3: From SM Calamba, ride a van going to Olivarez Tagaytay. Ride a jeepney to Casino or Crossing Mendez and alight at Sky Ranch Tagaytay.
Option 4: From Bauan Batangas, ride a van going to Dasmariñas at the Terminal beside Petron and across Jollibee. Alight at Sky Ranch Tagaytay.
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