Eat, Pray, Love inspired me deep down to my soul. It was the sole reason why my Family pursued a week-long road trip in Mindanao. We spent most of the time traveling on the road (A packed Adobo and some boiled eggs joined us in this adventure) First on the list: contemplate in the Monastery of Transfiguration One word. Surreal.... 更多
This monastery is a must visit when you go to Bukidnon in Southern Philippines. It not only provides a rest for the spirit but also relaxation to the mind and body. The main church which is shaped like a tent or pyramid is the last project of Philippine National Artist for Architecture, Leandro Locsin. Within the grounds is a museum... 更多
I always visit this place twice a year since 2012. Being here makes me feel loved, blessed and in commune with nature. Birds chirping, cool breeze, quite, calm, best foods and most of all i am in the house of God - what more could i ask for. It makes me want to stay there longer. If you want to... 更多
No public transport could give you access to the Monastery. So backpackers and budget travellers may hire a motorcycle or an entire public transport to be able to reach this place. To begin with, the Transfiguration Monastery is a must-go if you are within the area. One can truly venerate, meditate, pray and reflect here. The church it self has... 更多
a relaxing place. nice view. this place will make you feel at peace and one with nature. the church has a great architectural design and very airy.
It was part of our sidetrip in bukidnon after our trek in kapayawan ridge, although we didn't have the chance to take a look inside the monastery (wearing shorts is not allowed, there as long skirts that can be rented in the nearby guardhouse). I am still happy to have visited the place.
a very solemn place in the heart of bukidnon. please dont visit if youre not wearing propper attire. dont go during 12noon since they close it for prayer
A great place for contemplation! The place is very serene and full of nature. Service is great and the quarters are very well maintained. yun nga lang the place is so far from the main road. rental of vehicle is a super must when going to this place.
The trip is around 2 to 3 hours from Cagayan de Oro city. We visited on a Thursday and used a car rental service to get here. The monastery is a perfect place to reflect. The churches (old and new) are beautiful. Unfortunately we weren't able to catch their weekday mass. There is no place to eat on a weekday,... 更多