Sky Fun Amusement Park

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Every Saturday, we usually go to the mall and try restaurants or watch a movie, but this Saturday, we planned something different. We wanted to go to Sky Ranch ever since it’s soft opening last March but we weren't able to visit yet due to unavailability of boyfriend's car.

But when I saw this, I tried convincing Jayvee that we had to avail this promo and visit Sky Ranch ASAP! :)

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So when he agreed to go, we filed vacation leaves at work and when Saturdate came, we commuted going to their house at Cavite and from there, we took his car and went straight to Tagaytay :) It took us about an hour to arrive at the Sky Ranch via Emilio Aguinaldo Highway. Good thing was there were still some parking slots (Parking Fee - P50.00) available when we arrived, unfortunately it rained so we stayed at the car while we waited for the rain to subside.

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When the rain stopped, we went to the ticket booth and bought our discounted tickets :) There's no ride all you can ticket at Sky Ranch. You need to pay for each ride you would like to try.

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Since Jayvee hates the Super Viking Ride (even the Mini Viking, lol), the only ride we tried that day was the Sky Eye. It is said to be the tallest Ferris wheel in the Philippines at 63m (207ft) with 32 gondolas. Before lining up at the Sky Eye, you must first purchase a ticket at the ticket booth.

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Then we lined up at the Sky Eye :)

While on queue ^^
There are also mimes found all around Sky Fun Amusement Park. Jayvee took a picture of me with the mime next to the Sky Eye entrance :)

Hello Mr. Mime ^^
There's a container in front of the mime and if you place any amount of money inside, he will dance or move for you. :) After 15-20 minutes of waiting in line, it was our turn to ride the Sky Eye ^^

Inside the gondola
The space inside the gondola would only fit 3-4 persons since leg area was a bit small. The ride (one loop) lasts for 10 minutes. There was a fireworks display and it was a perfect timing since we were still riding the Sky Eye at that time.

Fireworks Display :)
After the ride, we just took some photos of the Sky Eye and the Carousel.

Sky Eye at Night
Carousel at Night
Before going home, we ate Bulalo somewhere in Tagaytay. Unfortunately, I could not recall the restaurant's name. There were nipa huts outside where you could dine as well. Here's the only photo we had during dinner:

Bulalo for dinner: Perfect for the rainy weather at Tagaytay
Bulalo for dinner, perfect for the rainy weather at TagaytayWe really had a great time at Sky Ranch. We'll definitely visit soon to see the other rides, attractions and restaurants that were still under construction during their soft opening. :)

Here are Sky Ranch’s new entrance and ride fees:

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Sky RanchNasugbu Via Tuy Road, Brgy Kaybagal
South (beside Taal Vista Hotel), Tagaytay City
Sky Ranch Facebook Page

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