Highlands Café in the Sky is the most sought-after bistro with a spectacular view of San Fabian lush topography and Lingayen Gulf in the province of Pangasinan. It is situated across Biker’s Den, a popular and top tourist destination especially among bikers nestled on a 220-square km upland area in the coastal town of San Fabian.
Highlands Café in the Sky was recently conceptualized and established amidst the pandemic in November 2020. It is the brainchild of the 22-year-old Ms. Angeline Gali and her best friend.
The idea came up when Ms. Gali anticipated the urgency to put up a café near Biker’s Den, an initiative of Congressman Christopher “Toff” V.P. de Venecia, the son of the five-time Speaker of House of Representatives, Jose C. De Venecia Jr., initially to pave the way for other tourist attractions and commercial establishments which could yield revenues from the local tourists and bikers in the seaside town of San Fabian.
Ms. Angeline Gali, one of the two owners of Highlands Café in the Sky, is a former online seller and a blogger who was about to go abroad for greener pasture before she co-founded what could be one of the best destinations and landmarks of Inmalog Sur, San Fabian.
Now, Highlands Café in the Sky is one of the income-generating and pioneering commercial structures in the said plateau.
Inmalog Sur is one of the barangays and trails leading to the remotely beautiful bikers’ main hub, Tatlong Bundok, which imminently could be the mountain biking capital of Pangasinan in a few years, located in the neighboring barangay Bolaoen in the same sprawling municipality.
To date, San Fabian town boasts 15 different bike trails for mountain bikers.
Visit Highlands Café in the Sky and you will be captivated by its protruding and strategic location overlooking the beauty of San Fabian scenery atop Inmalog Sur.