A natural therapeutic refuge

low-density communities serve as a natural therapeutic refuge when physical distancing is called for. / PHOTOGRAPHS COURTESY OF TAGAYTAY HIGHLANDS

“When the pandemic ends” has been a common refrain, but we cannot deny that some things will never go back to “normal.”

Among these is the work-from-home setup for many companies, as well as the rise ofh ome-based businesses.

For this, people have begun to seek places for their new-normal lifestyles.

Imagine your sleek corner office in a posh high-rise serving as a tranquil setting with a nature view. Then visualize yourself heading for a round or two in an exclusive golf course or sweating it out at a gym and then bonding with family and friends at a specialty restaurant.

All these just a brisk walk or short drive from your beautiful home where you’ve just wrapped up a productive workday. No traffic, no smog or pollution — just clean, crisp mountain air and a year-round cool breeze.

Emerging lifestyle trend

With the health situation showing little or no sign of abating anytime soon, Filipinos who can afford it are seeking safe havens for their families and finding these south of the metro.

Among the most popular is Tagaytay Highlands, the exclusive mountain resort complex that is just 90 minutes’ drive from Metro Manila.

Perched 2,500 feet above sea level, the luxury residential and recreational estate 1,200 hectares of rolling terrain, affording its homeowners stunning views of Taal Lake and Mt. Makiling.

Apart from offering its famous signature log cabins to forward-thinking families, Tagaytay Highlands boasts elegantly themed residential enclaves designed to serve as alternative primary homes.

It’s a scenario that continuously unfolds. Having culled vital lessons from a global health threat that has lasted for more than a year now, companies are looking at physical, emotional and mental wellness as part of the adaptive restructuring of their workplaces.

Business owners are likewise looking to the suburbs for short- and long-term retreats that have been proven conducive to “working from home.”

Tagaytay Highlands offers its best features as a natural therapeutic refuge: Wide-open, low-density spaces, serene and relaxing environs, breathtaking vistas, garden parks, and fresh, mountain air.

Tagaytay Highlands also has two golf courses, cable cars, outdoor and indoor sports facilities, swimming pools, gourmet dining places and membership in The Country Club.

And as Filipinos look forward to the pandemic’s end, Tagaytay Highlands assures its homeowners and guests that all facilities and personnel strictly adhere to sanitation procedures and safety protocols including disinfection, hand sanitation, wearing of mask and face shield and social distancing.

Credit belongs to : www.tribune.net.ph

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