“Sky Eye” at Sky Fun Amusement Park in Tagaytay City


Said to be the tallest Ferris Wheel in the country, “Sky Eye” located inside Sky Fun Amusement Park is now becoming the famous attraction in Tagaytay City. Standing at 640 meters above sea level, with the height of around 200 ft which is almost equivalent of the height of a 20-storey building, the “Sky Eye” serves as an alternative yet exciting way of viewing the picturesque Taal Lake and Volcano. The giant ferris wheel has 32 air-conditioned gondolas which can accommodate up to 3 to 4 persons at a time. It attracts every eyes as the giant ferris wheel is lighted with 20,000 colorful bulbs, which somehow turns the structure into an icon of city at night. One complete revolution will last for 10 minutes for only P150.00


Engineers were consulted to assure the safety of every person who would want to experience the ride. It is also certified by International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions (IAAPA).

ENTRANCE FEE at the Amusement Park
Php 50.00

Sky Eye – P150
Super Viking – P100
Nessie Coaster – P50
Mini Viking – P50
Wonder Flight – P50
Red Baron – P50
Express Train – P50

Aside from different rides, they also offer Horseback Riding (Riding Loop) for only P250/30 minutes.

The park opens to the public today, March 2, 2013.

It was still under construction when I saw this during my stay at Taal Vista Hotel. Now that it is already opened, I am looking forward to take some time and ride this giant ferris wheel.


Sky Fun Amusement Park
Beside Taal Vista Hotel
Kilometer 60, Aguinaldo Highway
Tagaytay City 4120, Philippines



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13 Responses to “Sky Eye” at Sky Fun Amusement Park in Tagaytay City

  1. Titus says:

    Nice…. must try this one. Ganda siguro ng view pag nasa top ka na.

  2. Open na pala ito? But I think the owner is the same that owns Crown regency. :-)

  3. wow! must be amazing at the top, kitang-kita ang volcano! This is one added attraction sa Tagaytay na siguradong dadayuhin.

  4. saw this sa GMA. pagbalik ko ng Manila, puuntahan ko agad yan. kainggit!

  5. I fear ferris wheels! More so if it is placed on top of a hill. I will jsut watch people from afar. This place looks great as it is. No need for me to ride. 😛

  6. Katakot sa taas bro! Last December sa EK kami kabog na ako how much more pa to taz ang taas pa sa Tagaytay :) Nice meeting you bro!

  7. erick belo says:

    ala ba entrance fee pag pasok sa [park. rides lang ba bayaran.?

  8. erick belo says:

    mag kano entrace fee pag pasok sa park
    or rides lang ba ang bayaran?

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