As I mentioned during our stay at Wilson’s Place in Tagaytay, we also toured Yoki’s Farm & Balay Indang. Yoki’s Farm is also named after the owner of Wilson’s Place. The farm also houses Yoki/Wilson’s growing antique collection. From life-size statues to trinkets of all sorts. According to Marge, Yoki loves collecting vintage, one of a kind, dated pieces just because.
The farm houses a few animals such as birds, fishes, chickens and pigs and it’s also where they grow different vegetables and plants. You don’t have to stay at Wilson’s Place or Balay Indang to visit Yoki’s Farm, day tour is open to anyone with a fee of P100 per person. So here’s a quick virtual tour on what you can see at Yoki’s Farm.
Marge said the huge buddah is made of fiber glass and they had to install for it to fit upright. The rest of the antique collection are mostly made of brass which have impressive details.
Fresh berries for picking.
Fresh herbs and spices which are also for sale.
My favorite part of Yoki’s Farm is the hydro lettuce. Those yellow plates are slathered with oil to trap insects that lurk around the crops.
Yoki’s Farm has been supplying lettuce and other vegetables at different restaurants around Tagaytay City.
Fresh lettuce makes me happy! So you can’t imagine how much happiness I felt seeing rows and rows of lettuce.
Yoki’s Farm also grows orchids.
At one part of Yoki’s Farm, I saw a wall full of empty bottles. It’s safe to say that Uncle Yoki really likes to collect things.
Thanks again Raquel & family for the tour! I was able to bring home some fresh lettuce! When you visit Yoki’s Farm, go ahead, indulge and buy some fresh lettuce or spices.
Opens 7 AM to 5 PM
Entrance fee is P100/person
For directions and information contact 0918-3607305