Travel Thursday on Empty Streets: Sonya's Garden Tagaytay

Posted 6:18 AM by Unknown in Labels:
Through my experience as a wedding coordinator I have been blessed to have been given the opportunity to travel around the Philippines and discover pretty cool and amazing places. One example is Sonya's Garden (look for red arrow below) located in Tagaytay City. Tagaytay City itself is already beautiful and visit however, Sonya's Garden has further enhanced the natural essence of the already pristine surroundings.

In Sonya's Garden one can and is sure to experience a very intimate relationship with nature and if there was a word to describe it in totality it would be Serene or Calming. Although when weddings are conducted in Sonya's Garden the environment takes on a more distinct and magical atmosphere that can only be felt by those involved.
Sonya's Garden has a lot of history and was built with a lot of love. It has grown to a place that now caters to those that seek a resting place (Bed and Breakfast), a place of rejuvenation (Sonya's Sensuous Spa), and a place of feast (serving fresh meals everyday). It also offers a lot of souvenirs for those that want to take home a piece of the magic as a remembrance of one's stay in Sonya's Garden.

Now I know that pictures are known to speak a thousand words so you can imagine what a video can do to tease your senses and that is exactly what I have found for you. Hopefully you find the time to come over and visit Tita Sonya and her place of rejuvenation and inspiration. It is definitely worth the trip.

Free Rice

12 comment(s) to... “Travel Thursday on Empty Streets: Sonya's Garden Tagaytay”


maria said...

I've been there once, I love the food and the fact that you're eating fresh. I like their sun-dried tomato pesto. :D

Mizé said...

Hi Metz.
Thanks for dropping by.
Can´t wait to read your Sunday article :)
Uauu, the place is awsome. It must be a blessing to be every day so close to nature. I would mind spending some weeks there :)
Good vegs too!
Happy Friday!

Crissy said...

The place is really great. We'd been to Tagaytay several times but never been to Sonya's. Thanks for the info. I love nature and fresh food and this place is a must see for the family.


Just beautiful and so natural and unique. How fun that you are a wedding coordinator. You must very organized!

Mariuca said...

Morning Metz! I am so hungry now so it's a good thing I stopped by here today! The food looks delish! :):):)

Mariuca said...

In fact, I will be cooking dinner shortly. But now I think I gotta make myself a nice snack first he he! ;)

Mariuca said...

Have a lovely weekend! Love and hugs from GP! :)

Empty Streets said...

Hi Maria,

This place is really a nice place to be. I feel so relaxed everytime am there. And yes I love their pesto too so I have that same theme on my food friday Hope you like it :)

Empty Streets said...

Hi Mize,

You are more than welcome :) Am Glad that you enjoyed this article and yes you will definitely love this place :)

Empty Streets said...

Hi Crissy,

yayy am so happy that you like and support this place too :) Tita Sonya is really a cool person once you get to meet her. :) And the place's food is so delish

Empty Streets said...


I am so happy you liked this article too :) and yes I hate to admit it but I am a bit OC when it comes to a lot of things hehehe :) But I try to loosen up once in awhile. And that is when I go to places like this one :)

Empty Streets said...

Hi Marzie,

Awww I am so happy you got the chance to drop by today and enjoy the scenery and food too. Wait till you try my pesto sandwich recipe :) am sure you'll love it ;)

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