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Sky Ranch Houses The Tallest Ferris Wheel Tagaytay City Philippines
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Sky Ranch, the newest entertainment and leisure complex by SM Corporation, located at the Southern Tagalog's Summer Capital, Tagaytay City, Cavite, Philippines. It houses the SKY EYE, Philippines' Tallest Ferris Wheel. See the beauty of Taal Volcano while riding the gigantic Ferris Wheel a top Tagaytay's 500MASL elevation. There are other rides that will surely be a hit for the young and the old.
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