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The gift shop continues to sell more and more of those wonderful goodies that you just have to buy!

Definitely a good thing because that means the market for those delicious mango goodies has... read more

Reviewed 7 June 2018
Leah A
Mandaluyong, Philippines

Best place to get pasalubong. A lot of processed foods like Mango Bars, Mango Barquillos, Mango... read more

Reviewed 25 May 2018
Quezon City, Philippines
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Reviewed 11 June 2018

Aside from the Monastery, the Gift Shop here is already a tourist attraction and considered as one of the best pasalubong mecca in Guimaras. Don't forget to buy Mango Piaya, Mango Bars, Mango Otap, Mango Barquillos, Mango Jam and more with mangoes.

1  Thank TheMorenoTraveler
Reviewed 7 June 2018

Definitely a good thing because that means the market for those delicious mango goodies has expanded and local workers have jobs manufacturing these pasalubongs. My only beef is that they are also selling stuff from China like bags and slippers. And these are directly competing...More

Thank Leah A
Reviewed 28 May 2018 via mobile

Great little retreat full of quiet corners for contemplation, a small but impressive collection of birds but the piece-d-resistance is their shop offering handmade local products made in the area. Their mango specialties are a classic but they have now expanded their products to wines,...More

1  Thank spoolartist
Reviewed 25 May 2018 via mobile

Best place to get pasalubong. A lot of processed foods like Mango Bars, Mango Barquillos, Mango Piaya, Mango Otap, etc.

1  Thank tianrey126
Reviewed 21 May 2018

Aside from its very holy place, where we can meditate and pray for while, this is the best place in Guimaras to buy pasalubong like candied magoes and other sweets made from mangoes, key chains and other accessories at a very reasonable price.

1  Thank ThenajAragones
Reviewed 20 May 2018

Loved this place! They have some cool things in their shop and the mango shakes are great. Have to stop early though, if you want dried mango. They were already sold out by afternoon.

Thank fiboles
Reviewed 17 April 2018 via mobile

The monastery was under renovation when we visited. They are improving some parts of the monastery. They have a gift shop at an affordable price. There is small detailnon the story of the monastery. A lot of trees and instagramable spots.

Thank Pajags
Reviewed 17 April 2018 via mobile

It is a beautiful place to visit and feel God's presence. I just wasn't able to hear mass since the schedule is early morning at 6am. I would love to go back soon. They have a wonderful gift shop of various local products including religious...More

1  Thank Kit A
Reviewed 19 March 2018 via mobile

I so not have picture but this is mainly a store offering some of guimaras products like mango flavored butterscotch (very yummy). Aside from that there is a small church that you can light up candle and pray.

Thank Emmanuel L
Reviewed 21 February 2018

Visiting Guimaras would never be complete without buying their different kind of products made of their sweetest mango. Here in Trappist Monastery, they have a store, the legit store where you can buy souvenirs for your loved ones.

Thank Joena J
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