Tagaytay Private House for Rent

27 Mar

Check out this link for the new houses we have on our list. 

For details, contact Edith at 09178246846.  (Edith will be overseas from April 9 to June 20, 2014)

or Madilyn at 046-4131289

 https://www.facebook.com/tagaytayprime

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ZUMBA in the Pool

27 Mar

http://lifestyle.inquirer.net/154992/bringing-the-zumba-party-to-the-pool

TAGAYTAY TO HOST THE 2015 NATIONAL MOTORCYCLE CONVENTION

27 Mar

Gen. Fernando “Ding” Pace, President of the Law Enforcer Riders Association of the Philippines (LERAP) and concurrent President of the Luzon Motorcyclist Federation Incorporated, recently announced that they won the in bidding for the hosting of the 21st National Motorcycle Convention. It was learned that event will cover the week-long bike festival from April 6 to April 12, 2015 and will feature daily concerts from different pinoy and international bands.

The event will be open to small bikes and big bikes as well. He advised all bike associations to register their clubs with the secretariat to be recognized for invitation and booking purposes. Clubs are advised to register this early since it is cautioned that the convention will be held in Luzon and more specially in a tourist destination that is Tagaytay, thus they might be forced to limit the participation to only 5,000 members due to the foreseen volume of registration.

In the meantime, the Convention Chairman, Atty. Billy Sumagui, together with the Host Club, LERAP CAVITE CHAPTER,are already arranging with the City Government for the passing of a Sanggunian Resolution declaring the week as a BIKE WEEK. They also intimated the idea of requesting for the no-helmet policy on that week (with reference to Florida USA bike week) to afford the riders to enjoy the scenery and the clean air without the helmet as a picture frame, however, they cannot go beyond 40kph.

For updates on this convention, always check their FB page https://www.facebook.com/groups/21st.NFMC/

Nine-hole course designed by John Olenoski opens at Tagaytay Highlands

30 Jan

The new course, which will be named the ‘Midlands Lucky 9’, joins the existing two international championship courses at the site, bringing the total number of holes at Tagaytay Highlands to 45.

One challenge for players will be the course’s greens, some of which are surprisingly small and feature blind approaches made from both man-made and natural obstacles. These include deep ravines and bunkers, as well as numerous water hazards.

The course overlooks the Taal Lake and Taal Volcano, and the resort is to the south of the island of Luzon, the largest of the Phillipine islands.

Architect Olenoski initially worked for Arthur Hills and Associates, before joining Nicklaus Design, where he spent 13 years. In 2003 Olenoski set up his own firm and is currently working on the design of a further nine holes at Tagaytay Highlands.

Tagaytay Newly Elected Officers Oathtaking

1 Jul

July 1, 2013

 

June 21 Araw ng Tagaytay – HOLIDAY

19 Jun

President Aquino declares June 21 as special non-working day in Tagaytay City in celebration of its 75th Araw ng Tagaytay
June 18, 2013
President Benigno S. Aquino III has declared June 21, which falls on a Friday, as a special (non-working day) in Tagaytay City in the province of Cavite in celebration of the “75th Araw ng Tagaytay.”

The Chief Executive issued the declaration through Proclamation No. 601 signed by Executive Secretary Paquito N. Ochoa Jr. on June 14, to give the people of Tagaytay the full opportunity to celebrate and participate in the occasion with appropriate ceremonies.

On June 21, 1938, Tagaytay became a chartered city by virtue of Commonwealth Act No. 338.

The city is one of the country’s most popular tourist destinations because of the Taal Volcano located in the middle of the Taal lake.

Remulla brothers lose district races in Cavite

17 May

Remulla brothers lose district races in Cavite

Winners in Cavite congressional races proclaimed

CAVITE – The Cavite Provincial Board of Canvassers has proclaimed all the winners in the province’s congressional races.

The proclaimed winners are the following:

1st District: Francis Gerald Abaya
2nd District: Lani Mercado Revilla
3rd District: Alex Advincula
4th District: Elpidio Barzaga
5th District: Roy Loyola
6th District: Luis Ferrer IV
7th District: Bambol Tolentino

Of the 3 Remulla brothers who ran for office, only Governor-elect Jonvic Remulla won.

In the battle for mayoralty of Tagaytay City, Dr. Agnes Tolentino received 18,771 votes, defeating outgoing Rep. Boying Remulla who received 13,818 votes.

For 7th district representative, Tolentino’s husband and outgoing Tagaytay Mayor Bambol Tolentino also won against Gilbert Remulla, receiving 20,358 votes against Remulla’s 11,685 votes.

The Tolentino clan has been in power in Tagaytay for more than 60 years.

Even Governor-elect Jonvic Remulla lost to rival Ayong Maliksi in the Tagaytay City, receiving 14,831 votes against Maliksi’s 16,592. This recent win extends the Tolentino’s hold over Tagaytay for 3 more years.