SMDC WIND RESIDENCES
IN TAGAYTAY CITY,
Tagaytay, officially the City of Tagaytay (Tagalog: Lungsod ng Tagaytay),
According to the 2015 census,
it has a population of 71,181 people. 
It is one of the country’s most popular destinations for domestic tourism
because of its scenery and cooler climate provided by its altitude.
and provides views of Taal Volcano Island
in the middle of the lake through various vantage points situated in the city.
Tagaytay is relatively close to the capital city of Manila,
only 59 kilometres (37 miles) away via Aguinaldo Highway,
providing an easy escape for the locals from the heat of the huge metropolis.
The southern and eastern portions of Tagaytay
are covered by hills and mountains which is generally forests,
pine trees and open grasslands.
The city lies along Tagaytay Ridge,
a ridge stretching about 32 kilometres (20 mi)
with elevations averaging about 610 metres (2,000 ft) above sea level.
Mount Sungay, in Tagaytay,
is the highest point of the province of Cavite at 709 metres (2,326 ft).
is the edge of Taal Caldera.
The 25-by-30-kilometre (16 mi × 19 mi) wide cavity
is partially filled by Taal Lake.
Tagaytay’s built-up areas including the urban center
is situated in the relatively level top of the caldera rim
but beyond the edge are deep ravines that drop steeply to Taal Lake.
are level to nearly level areas interspersed with very gently sloping surface.
Across the southern edge of the lake
on the opposite side of the city is Mount Macolod,
the highest point of the Taal Caldera rim.
Tagaytay has a more moderate version of a tropical monsoon climate (Köppen climate classification: Am) characterized by relatively milder temperatures compared to Manila, lower humidity and abundant rainfall. The city has an average temperature of 21.5 °C (70.7 °F). With its high elevation, the city gets misty at times and is relatively cooler during the months of December, January and February. Like most areas in the province of Cavite, the city has two pronounced seasons: dry from November to April and wet during the rest of the year. The climate has made the city ideal for sports, picnics, conferences, honeymoons, country homes, and spiritual retreats.
Tagaytay has an average humidity of 78%
which makes the city cooler than Metro Manila
where relative humidity exceeds 81%.
Northeasterly winds prevail in the City from October to April.
Winds come from southwest from May to September.
The cool Tagaytay breeze has made the city ideal
for casual and competitive kite flying.
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