My cousins were here for a week so we decided to spend the weekend in Tagaytay. A couple of my cousins haven't been to the city in a long time while another cousin who frequented the Southern Luzon region in the years past before moving to the US, surprisingly, hasn't been to Tagaytay ever.
We started our day early and our first stop was at the Cliffhouse to have a good view of the Taal lake and volcano.
|Had to stop and smell, er, take photos of the flowers.|
Then we were off to look for the Puzzle Mansion by Gina Lacuna in Barangay Asisan. It earned a spot in the Guinness World Records for having the largest jigsaw puzzle collection.
Finding the Puzzle Mansion was in itself an adventure. Good thing there were signs along the road that pointed to the place. Another challenge came in navigating the narrow road and the steep slope towards the Puzzle Mansion (which was also doubly hard for us as we inched our way out). Best to leave your vehicles parked on top of the slope and ride the Puzzle Mansion jeepney.
Before entering the museum, we had the customary photo-op, the print of which you can later convert into a jigsaw puzzle.
|Drink all you can|
|From cartoons to pop culture|
|Been around the world|
On the second floor, one can find a souvenir shop and workshop tables where you can assemble some jigsaw puzzles.
Brgy. Asisan, Tagaytay City
Entrance Fee: Php 100.00