Location: Brgy San Jose, Tagaytay City, Cavite. It is just near the Tagaytay Rotunda, 10mins more or less walk. It it just below the Cityland Tower.
Theme: Bohemian, Indie Culture, Arts and Craft, Dreamcatchers, Coachella
Last July 2016, my boyfriend and I celebrated my birthday in Tagaytay for the sake of fresh air and we both haven’t been to Tagaytay for a long time. Before we head back to manila we saw a crafty-type resto and decided to try it out.
Yes, Dreamland is all about upcycled and recycled materials and it’s what I love to do as well.
Outside you’ll see a bunch of dreamcatchers hanging around (which is I really really like, fyi, i have a dreamcatcher tattoo too), you’ll also see surf board and other crafty stuff hanging around. Inside, they sell some stuff like bracelets, necklace, rings, and dreamcatchers and as I’ve said, they have their DIY dreamcatchers. The prices are pretty expensive though. They range from Php 100.00 and above.
While you’re waiting for your food you can borrow books, board games, paper and pen to sketch and you can display your artwork and hang it on the wall.
Their food is a little pricey though, maybe because they’re open 24/7. Check out their menu.
We ordered Avocado Smoothie and Dalandan Juice because we just ate before we went here. We also ate Nachos (wasn’t able to take a picture of it though).
It’s the perfect place to chill with your friends especially when you’re the type who wants to try out different places and upload it on instagram! However, the place is a bit small and needs more ventilation especially the part where you can dine in and do Indian seat position (on the upper floor). Though the small fan still works nicely since tagaytay have a cold weather except perhaps when it’s summer.