POSTPONED
We are informing you to let you know that we have postponed our wedding to June 15, 2021. We would love to celebrate with all of our loved ones and we decided that our new postponed date will be a time of more certainty. We hope you will still be able to join us in the Philippines.
Melissa & Jordan

Melissa

and

Jordan

Travel

Tagaytay Highlands & Midlands Accommodations

We are absolutely ecstatic that you are able to join us in the Philippines as we tie the knot!

Please let us know ASAP if you are able to join us as we say "I Do" at Tagaytay Highlands and Midlands. There are rooms on site for you to stay, with many options. It is on a first come, first serve basis.

For those who are interested, we will coordinate your accommodations if you decide to stay at the Tagaytay Resort on the nights of Dec. 4th and Dec. 5th. There are other options in the area, including Manila (1-2hr drive to Tagaytay), if you do not want to stay in the resort.

For those who are interested, we will also coordinate shuttle buses on Dec. 4th (time and location, TBD) to take guests from Manila to Tagaytay. Shuttle buses will return to Manila on Dec. 6th before noon.

Please refer to the link to see your choices of places to stay in Tagaytay Highlands & Midlands resort. Price is based in Philippine pesos (PHP) in which the exchange rate is about $49 - 52.00.
Room Rates

Travel

When booking your tickets, flying into Manila, the Philippines capital, will be best. We will keep you updated on how to get you to Tagaytay where our venue is, which is about an hour and a half drive from Manila.

For those looking to have fun and make a vacation out of their trip for our destination wedding, here are some reccommended travel locations in the Philippines!

Eastwood City

A 40 minute drive from Manila, Eastwood city is a commercial and residential development located in the Bagumbayan area of Quezon City in the Philippines. It contains 3 malls; Eastwood Mall, Eastwood Citywalk 1 & 2, and the Eastwood Cyber & Fashion Mall, with tons of restaurants. Eastwood city has it's own condos and hotels to stay in, and feels like it's own fun and safe community.


Manila Transportation

Manila, the capital of the Philippines, is one of the most densely populated cities in the world, and also a thriving metropolis. Once you land in Manila at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (MNL)), GrabTaxi is a popular app, similar to Uber where you can easily make your way around the city. Know that GrabTaxi does charge a convenience fee for using a credit card.

Palawan

Palawan is an archipelagic province of the Philippines, and occupies the western edge of the country. Palawan is a pristine area that counts no less than 1,780 islands and islets, where you can find stunning beaches and lagoons that are relatively untouched by modern development.

Major tourist destinations within the province include Coron (famous for its dive sites) and El Nido (with a splendid karst scenery). Puerto-Princesa contains the Subterranean River National Park, and is one of the world’s most impressive cave systems. In 2012, Puerto Princesa Underground River was chosen as one of the New 7 Wonders of the World

How to get to there
Take a flight from Manila Ninoy Aquino International Airport to Puerto Princessa, then take a van to El Nido.
If you are going to Coron after El Nido, take the ferry boat.

Things to do





Boracay

Powdery white-sand beaches and tranquil turquoise water surround this paradise. It has a fantastic nightlife scene, so there’s something to enjoy at any hour of the day or night.

You can also helmet dive here!
How to get there
Take a flight from Manila Ninoy Aquino International Airport to Caticlan. Head to the jetty port, then a 15min boat ride to Boracay.

Things to do

Cebu

Cebu is the largest island in the Visayas region, and is particularly rich in Spanish colonial history. Its inhabitants are made up of Malay, Chinese, Filipino and an ever-growing number of westerners. It’s now considered to be the most dynamic island in the Philippines, attracting native and international tourists in droves.
The 2 destinations on Cebu Island that’ll capture the interest of adventurous travellers are Moalboal on the east coast and Oslob on the west coast. Located a few hours’ drive south of Metro Cebu, they offer a rustic type of vacation in pristine natural surroundings.
You can swim with whale sharks here!
How to get there
Cebu-Mactan International Airport serves direct flights from all major cities in the Philippines as well as international flights from Asia and North America.

Things to do
Susan Moyal