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Convent of The Most Blessed Sacrament, Brent Rd, Baguio, Benguet, Philippines
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Pink Sisters' Convent

Many Tagaytay tourist spots offer stunning views and exciting activities. But for a unique and serene experience, consider a visit to the Pink Sisters' Convent, a haven of peace and beauty nestled within the picturesque Tagaytay City.

Officially known as the Monastery of the Transfiguration, the Pink Sisters' Convent is home to a religious order dedicated to contemplative prayer. The vibrant pink-colored convent buildings stand out against the lush greenery, making it an easily recognizable landmark. The serene atmosphere invites visitors seeking a respite from the usual tourist spots in Tagaytay.

While the convent itself is not open to the public, the beautifully landscaped grounds offer a tranquil escape. Visitors, especially those on a Tagaytay tour, can wander through well-maintained gardens adorned with colorful flowers and calming water features. The serene ambiance is perfect for quiet reflection, meditation, or simply enjoying a moment of peace amidst nature.

The Pink Sisters' Convent also features a chapel open to the public. Here, visitors can experience the tranquility of a monastic space and appreciate the simple beauty of the chapel's design. Daily masses are held, offering a chance to witness the Sisters' devotion and perhaps even participate in a service.

Best Time to Visit

The Pink Sisters' Convent is open to visitors year-round. For a quieter atmosphere, consider weekdays outside of peak tourist season (holidays and weekends). Early mornings or late afternoons offer a particularly peaceful ambiance to enjoy the beauty of the grounds.


Frequently asked questions

Can I talk to the Pink Sisters directly?

The Pink Sisters' Convent follows a cloistered lifestyle, meaning the Sisters dedicate their time to prayer and reflection with minimal interaction with the outside world. Therefore, visitors cannot directly talk to the Sisters.

However, you can experience the tranquility of their devotion by attending a daily mass held in the convent chapel open to the public.

Are there any restrictions when visiting the Pink Sisters' Convent?

For a respectful visit, please remember the following: Maintain silence within the convent grounds, dress modestly, and refrain from taking photos inside the chapel.

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