Personally, I prefer to use the old name to refer to the complex built during the administration of President Ferdinand Marcos.
I wouldn’t talk about history here because what I would like to do is write down my thoughts about this place.
The entrance fee was 30 pesos per visitor.
From the gate, I made my way on foot to the “palace” because I like walking (it’s my favorite exercise). The views along the way were both amazing and amusing.
The place looked like it had been abandoned by a once powerful emperor.
I still had fun taking pictures though. Is there any other park that has a Doppler radar station, a waterless well and a statue of a giant pineapple?
There’s also a statue of Jesus Christ in the area.
The Palace in the Sky is one of the places in Tagaytay where people can have a good view of Taal Volcano and Taal Lake. Unfortunately, I didn’t have that view during my visit because of the foggy weather.
Despite this, the view from the highest point in Tagaytay City was still impressive.
I left the Palace in the Sky after an hour of sightseeing. My next destination: Picnic Grove.