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Qiwellness Living Tagaytay

Qiwellness Living in Tagaytay is set against an incredible natural backdrop that even locals can’t get enough of. Clean lines, Asian motifs, and simple colors complement the beautiful structure they call a spa, with breathtaking views from nearly every corner. Plunge into their unique yin and yang pools for a revitalizing dip, or dine on healthy cuisine in their outdoor teahouse.

Qiwellness offers relaxation by combining modern techniques and centuries-old Oriental-style healing to promote lasting wellness. Indulge in a truly relaxing experience with a view, just a short drive from the metro.

Contact Info

Aguinaldo Highway, Brgy. Maharlika East
(0917) 522 6969

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About Qiwellness Living Tagaytay

Who It’s For: Tagaytay is known for its many large and boutique hotels, restaurants and tourist attractions. In case you’re wondering if there are places you can go that are out of the ordinary, we strongly suggest checking out Qiwellness Living Tagaytay. This Chinese-themed spa and restaurant offers meditative oriental experiences in the form of baths, massages and dining experiences. It also provides accommodations that don’t conform to regular hotel and resort conventions. This is one place that you’ll have to experience for yourself to truly understand. Qiwellness Living Tagaytay is ideal for:

Couples: Sometimes, words aren’t necessary to express affection. Treat yourself and your partner to a quiet, meditative time away from the bustle of the metropolis as you melt your troubles away with serene baths and massage therapies.

Groups of Friends: Groups of friends who seek a little soul searching and relaxation will be glad to find out that Qiwellness Living Tagaytay can accommodate them. Social bonds are best nurtured through shared experiences, and dining, bathing and getting massages together is an excellent way to do exactly that.

Companies: Qiwellness Living Tagaytay is also a perfect choice for company retreats. Let employees relax and reinvigorate themselves with everything that Qiwellness Living Tagaytay has to offer and watch them go back to the workplace with renewed vigor.


The Chinese Tea House: Inspired by traditional Chinese teahouses, Qiwellness Living Tagaytay’s teahouse overlooks natural scenery as tea and sumptuous meals are served. Get ready to dine with the Taal Lake in your background as you feast on Chinese-style dishes that incorporate both Western and Eastern ingredients.

The Chinese Bathhouse: Promoting serenity, tranquility and relaxation, Qiwellness Living Tagaytay’s Chinese bathhouse was constructed to emulate Chinese bathing facilities that have been part of East Asian culture for centuries. A Yin and Yang pool is available for both hot and cold dips while massage therapists can be called on to apply traditional Chinese massage techniques that are sure to soothe your body and soul.

The Guesthouse: Qiwellness Living Tagaytay is not – and does not claim to be – a hotel. Guests who want to stay for the night may do so at the guesthouse where Spartan yet cozy accommodations provide a quiet and meditative sanctuary.

Function Halls: For business gatherings and celebrations, Qiwellness Living Tagaytay has function rooms that can accommodate large numbers of guests.


Batangas is among the richest provinces in the Philippines when it comes to natural resources.

Milea Bee Farm: Located in Lipa City, the Milea Bee Farm is exactly what its name describes it to be: a farm where honeybees are kept for the purpose of harvesting raw materials that can be converted into products such as honey, cosmetics, beeswax, and more. The farm is open to the public and is a great educational experience for young and old alike.

Taal Heritage Town: It’s not a well-known fact that Taal used to be the capital of Batangas province. Today’s Taal town was evacuated from its original location in the 1700’s after a violent 200-day eruption period. Today, the old heritage town can still be visited and is a great educational experience for people with interest in local history.

Taal Lake: It’s a lake within a volcano that’s surrounded by another lake. Confusing? Not really. You’ll see exactly what we mean when you get the chance to visit Taal Lake, which is arguably the most famous freshwater body in the Philippines thanks to its natural beauty.

Scuba Diving in Anilao: Taal isn’t the only thing that Batangas is famous for. Its wonderful beaches and dive spots are also frequently visited by tourists who want to have a little fun with sun and surf. Among the dive spots, the one in Anilao is probably the best as it offers lessons for beginners and rewarding experiences for more experienced divers.


Aside from Qiwellness Living Tagaytay, The highlands of Cavite have so much more to offer including:

Sonya’s Secret Garden: This is an artistically laid out garden full of tropical plants. Rustic wooden furnishings adorn this patch of land and provide resting spots for visitors as they stroll along. Sonya’s Secret Garden is also renowned for its delicious bread dips and fresh salads served in its restaurant.

Museo Orlina: The best way to truly experience Tagaytay is to get in touch with its culture and history. Museo Orlina features and sells native arts, crafts and trinkets to tourists looking for souvenirs. Local musicians also perform on occasion to liven up Tagaytay’s already festive atmosphere.

Puzzle Mansion: Georgina Lacuna’s collection of over 1,000 jigsaw puzzle sets is a Guinness World Record holder. All the puzzle sets are on display and open for public viewing in the aptly-named Puzzle Mansion.

People’s Park in the Sky: The cool, fresh mountain air is the main reason most people visit Tagaytay. If that’s what you’re looking for, be sure to drop by People’s Park in the Sky. As the name hints at, this is the highest accessible point in Tagaytay City, granting you stunning views of Taal Lake while you relax as you’re surrounded by grass and trees.