Have you ever heard this beach or have you been here? Sand and Stars is one of the happy beach I’ve ever been. It’s a bit far but it’s worth the long drive/trip as soon as you arrived there. Don’t forget to write this on your travel list! Let me give you some ideas and share with you our experiences in this quick weekend escapade. If you are ready, just keep on scrolling and enjoy reading this blog! 🙂CLICK HERE TO Read more
“Be enthralled and delighted with the most beautiful places in Baguio City."
When we think of weekend getaway and a quick escape from the busy life in Metro, Baguio is always one of our options. Known as the City of Pines and the Summer Capital of the Philippines.
You must enjoy its cold breeze weather and a lot of best tourist spots in Baguio. It has the best thrift shopping places with its ukay-ukay stores. Food trips are everywhere, in streets or in cafes and restaurants. A weekend-getaway haven, with a lot of tourist attraction and foodies to try.CLICK HERE TO Read more
Calling all Instagrammers/Foodie lovers, prepare your phones, cameras as this cafe is going your way and perfectly for you. I know some of us sometimes drools over hippie and artsy themed restaurants. This place is good for group of friends and families who wants to have some good time, bonding and have fun while you’re at it. I know all of us heard about “Dreamland Arts & Crafts Cafe”, If this is your first time to hear about it, then keep on scrolling, this simple blog post might help you! 🙂
HOW TO GET TO DREAMLAND’S ART & CRAFTS TAGAYTAY?
If you are coming from Manila, via public transport –
- Ride a bus from Buendia Terminal (DLTBCO/JAM) bound to Calatagan/Nasugbu/Lemery
- Tell the driver to drop you off at Olivarez Rotunda. and from the rotunda,
- Ride a tricycle or walk towards Tagaytay-Calamba Road.
- Landmark to find is Verazza Hotel and Restaurant (drop off here)
- Dreamland was near Cityland Condo, beside Verazza Hotel
It was really fun to explore the gastronomic side of Tagaytay with my boyfriend, among other places. This just goes to show that somehow, the culture of good food is very much vibrant in this side of town. What a winsome and attractive interiors they have!
Pay for only PHP100.00 for entrance fee and it’s consumable during your stay by purchasing of their handcrafts and foods. (may vary)
The walls are written with lovely designs of inspirational quotes, drawings, pastel colors, more dream catchers, all in a sort of organized kind of way. They have these double deck beds that artistically well designed as your table. Very creative right?
It was an arts and crafts heaven indeed!
Dreamland Arts & Crafts Cafe is also a no WiFi zone. If you would notice on their entrance: “Disconnect to connect!” Good side of it, you can spend time more with your friends and families without any disturb of social media.
Contrary to some of the reviews we’ve read for the food quality, we enjoyed our orders and they tasted good. Below were our orders for your reference:
In their shop, there are dream catchers everywhere in every size and color of it! There are available dream catcher kits like stationery, notebooks, adult coloring books, keychains, pens, temporary tattoos, yarns, bags, rings, everything artsy and kitschy you could imagine and a lot of more! (Note: It’s kinda pricey!) but every purchase can help to send children for school.
MY PERSONAL OVERALL REVIEW:
This place is really perfect for a large group of friends, families and of course for couple as well. It was too instagrammable worthy so you can take pictures as many as you can.
The customer service was not that good! They are too unfriendly, lousy and awful. They are this kind of “masungit”and not that approachable, they didn’t gave you that kind smile at all! They serve your food one at a time and you need to follow up all the time your other orders!
Their Food was good but nothing special about it and kinda costly.
This is my personal experience and review! So there you have it friends! There’s nothing wrong about being honest. I just hope that they can improve more of their service in the future to avoid dismay and dissatisfaction of customer.
Dreamland Arts & Crafts Cafe + Bed & Breakfast
Address: Purok 157 Brgy. San Jose, Tagaytay City Proper, Tagaytay
Landmark: Near Cityland Condo, beside Verazza Hotel
Operating Hours: Open 24/7
Contact Nos.: (043) 404-9787 / +63916 649-8271 / +63927 156-3319
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- Easy transportation via bus to Victoria Peak
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- Victoria Peak is close to Hong Kong central
- Many people want to ride the popular Peak Tram
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