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The hut Spire against a cloudy sky
Viewing the Horizon on a Lazy Afternoon

Quietly nestled near the foothills of Tagaytay, in Silang Cavite, is a little slice of heaven known as Shambala, named after a mythical Himalayan kingdom of tranquility and happiness. This place of serene surroundings is punctuated by an array of authentic and indigenous Cordilleran huts resting on its terraced slopes and buttressed on foundations of rip-rapped tuffaceous stones and rocks which were carefully interwoven and built by hand by real Cordilleran stone artisans. Interspersed with the huts are a plethora of lush tropical vegetation consisting of bamboo, flowering plants, various bushes, ferns and over hanging vines sporadically mixed with trees of various species.

The huts are equipped with fixtures made from indigenous materials but with modern and comfortable amenities that will soothe aching nerves and backs. There is a green house for business functions and large gatherings and there is tribal DAP-AY where a small group can light a bon-fire at night and roast sticks of barbeque or hotdogs under a cloak of stars and moonlight.

Ifugao Bulols
Evening skyline at Shambala Silang


Directions from Metro Manila

  • Get on Metro Manila Skyway in Makati from R-6, Paco-Sta. Mesa Rd/Tomos Claudio, Quirino Ave/C-2 and S Luzon Expy/Osmeña Hwy/R-3
    29 min (8.9 km)
  • Follow Metro Manila Skyway and S Luzon Expy/Pan-Philippine Hwy/R-3 to Santa Rosa – Tagaytay Rd in Pulong Santa Cruz, Santa Rosa. Take exit 38 from S Luzon Expy/Pan-Philippine Hwy/R-3
    27 min (32.3 km)
  • Continue on Santa Rosa – Tagaytay Rd. Drive to Brgy. Balite 1/Brgy. Ulat in Silang

For Inquiries, email us at owen_mamangon@shambalasilang.com or call Weng at cell# 09086487532

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