Photo Essay: Monasterio de TarlacSaturday, October 13, 2012Ryan Mach
whitewater kayaking, the group unanimously agreed to make a short detour at Monasterio de Tarlac, a religious monastery perched atop the mountain.
|As of our visit there last September, construction was still on going|
|View of San Jose, Tarlac from the site|
|The park has some grass lands and cultivated areas.|
|Not a church. I'm thinking it's an office of a sort.|
|Mini-stage at the side of the church|
|A picnic gazebo|
|Statue of the risen Christ|
How to get to Monasterio de Tarlac:
If you're going there by a private transport from Manila, you can take the Luzon Expressway and take Sta. Ines Toll Plaza exit in Mabalacat. From there, you can head northward to Tarlac City. Make a left turn and proceed at the back of McDonalds in Aquino Highway. Making a right turn and crossing the Aquino bridge northward towards Camiling will get you to Brgy. Tibag where you can take the road to Brgy. Lubigan in San Jose, Tarlac then drive up the zigzag concrete highway to Monasterio De Tarlac Site.