Months after the COVID-19 lockdown, Tagaytay’s roads remain empty for most parts of the day, save for the occasional vehicles delivering essential goods and services. The sky has been a lot clearer, the sights still breathtaking, and the cool breeze still lingers. But during this lull, something fresh has been blossoming in the area.
The picturesque vineyard in Megaworld’s Twin Lakes, a 1,200-hectare mixed-use leisure and resort community near Tagaytay, was recently blessed by produce. “We have three grape variants here at the vineyard: the Catawba grapes, the Brazilian hybrid, and the Red Cardinals,” says Efren Magpantay, an agriculturist working for GERI who has been tasked to oversee the vineyard.
Twin Lakes Hotel was awarded as the Country Winner for the “Best Hotel Development in Asia” category at the 2018 PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards held in Bangkok, Thailand. Prior to that, it was also recognised for its exemplary design, location and huge potential for tourism when it was feted as the “Best Hotel Development” at the 2018 PropertyGuru Philippines Property Awards.
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