Viral Vista Land Resort Development Crosswinds Feted In Japan

This Swiss-inspired residential and resort development in Tagaytay called Crosswinds has since gone viral due to its picturesque landscape. Now the Japanese are wowed to as the resort township was feted at the Japan International Property Awards.

Nestled on the highland hills of Tagaytay, Crosswinds provides you with not just the typical view of Taal Lake below. This 100-hectare development by Brittany Corporation, subsidiary of Villar-owned Vista Land, features a Swiss-inspired, alpine-themed community with over 20,000 pine trees planted. 

Christmas all year round
The beautiful scenery, cool weather, and the scent of pine trees treats weary visitors from nearby Metro Manila with a Christmas-like feel all year round. Indeed, Crosswinds transforms even more beautifully during Christmas as a Christmas village, entertaining kids with colorful Christmas lights and decor. 

Exclusive just for you
Crosswinds also includes a serviced residences fitted with a full kitchen to serve your needs with fresh produce you can source nearby, with no corkage fee required. Located far from the busy roadways, the resort residences provides you with as much exclusivity as you need yet only an hour drive from busy Manila.

An award-winning project
True to its reputation as a child-friendly Christmas village, the Japan International Property Awards awarded Crosswinds as the Best Family-Friendly Development in a gala event last November 14, 2018 at Andaz Toranomon Hills by Hyatt in Tokyo, Japan.