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Monday, September 30, 2013

Sky Fun Amusement Park at Sky Ranch in Tagaytay

During our impromptu trip in Tagaytay last May, we got the chance to visit Tagaytay's newest tourist attraction, the Sky Fun Amusement Park at Sky Ranch.  It has become the talk of the town because of the Sky Eye, the country's tallest and biggest ferris wheel.

The Sky Eye, Super Viking, and Gazebo in the background

When we got there, certain portions of the park were still under construction.  I read that they will also construct a Science Discovery Museum.  The entrance at that time was only Php 50.  I read before that the Php 50 entrance fee was only valid until May 31.  But upon checking Sky Ranch's Facebook page, current entrance is still at Php 50.

Still under construction

We were 4 adults and 1 kid when we visited Sky Fun Amusement Park.  Most of the rides were applicable for the kids.  I think the only attractions that adults can enjoy are the Sky Eye, Super Viking and Horseback Riding.

Below are some pictures of the rides (apologies as I did not intend to really take a picture of each rides thus it wasn't really appealing in my pictures) and its corresponding fee.

Sky Eye (Php 150)

Super Viking (Php 100)

Express Train (Php 50) and Wonder Flight (Php 50)
Nessi Coaster (Php 50) and Mini Viking (Php 50)

Zorb ball (Php 50)

Carousel (Php 50)
There are also food kiosk and gazebos in the area.  The Taal Volcano can also be viewed here.  Function rooms are also provided for big events.  As of this writing, I am just not sure if more rides were added and if the construction side were done.  For me, children will be the one to enjoy most of this Sky Fun Amusement Park.  For adults, well speaking for myself, it is a nice experience riding the tallest and biggest ferris wheel in the country. 

Sky Fun Amusement Park at Sky Ranch Tagaytay is located along Aguinaldo Highway, just beside the Taal Vista Hotel.  If you're coming from Rotonda (Olivarez), turn right and straight ahead.  It will be on your left side, just before reaching Taal Vista Hotel.

For more details on how to go to Tagaytay, you may read my previous post about it here and here.


  1. I've been following your blog and your post on FM. Sorry ot, pero I'd like to ask kung kumusta na yung acne mo nung nag stop ka ng tetralysal? I'm planning to stop din kasi kaya lang baka mag purge ako. Ikaw ba naimmune ka muna sa tetralysal before you stopped? Nag purge ka ba nung nagstop ka? Anong maintanance mo ngayon? Thanks in advance, - anna

    1. OT nga, hihi. anyway, nag stop ako ng tetralysal kasi feeling ko na-immune ako. di naman ako nag purge nung nag stop ako pero sa chin area, yun yung medyo may mga naglabasan. etong chin area ang pinaka-problem ko, sa cheeks, pa isa isa lng at di naman madalas. right now, to combat pimples, i still use tea tree oil in the morning. at night, i stopped muna tret cream kasi drying. basically moisturizer lng nilalagay ko sa gabi (i'm trying yung bagong night cream ng human heart nature. will post a review about this soon). then yung mga toner, facial wash at moisturizer ko sa umaga puro pang acne prone skin. medyo ok naman, walang bagong pimples. i'll try to post also a review also about adapelene and tret cream. ok din ang mga ito for pimples.

  2. hello! thanks for answering back. baka naman dahil sa tea tree oil kaya ka nag overdry? can't wait for your review about adapalene and tret cream. gusto ko din kasi mag try ng tretinoin eh. thanks again! -anna

    1. i'm not sure pero mukhang hindi tea tree oil yung cause ng dryness kasi kahit hindi sa pimple area, may dryness. e tret lang yung nilalagay ko sa whole face :)

      hopefully this week ma-blog ko na yung tret vs adapelene. thanks for dropping by my blog :)

  3. ngovernigt kau? where did you stay? my friend and i are planning to go there on Jan18, overnight. We have no idea where to stay and we have limited budget. any suggestion/s? thanks.

    i know one, robert's inn, but i can't find enough info about the hotel. thanks for any help! :)

    1. hello po, you may visit my blog post on various accommodations in tagaytay:


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