Province of Pangasinan Travel Guide

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Alaminos

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Manaoag

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San Fabian

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Burgos

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Tambobong

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Lingayen

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Dagupan

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Calasiao

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Lucap

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Dasol

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Mangaldan

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Legazpi

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Binmaley

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Urdaneta

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Bolinao

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Alaminos

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Manaoag

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  • Candles Burning

    Manaoag Local Customs

    Morning, afternoon, and evening, the candles ceaselessly burn. The Manaoag Church, it seems, is destined to be a lighted church as endless lines of devotees light candles to send up their petitions to God and Mama Mary.

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  • Souvenir Shops and Food Stalls in...

    Manaoag Shopping

    being a major Pilgrimage destination in the Philippines for Roman Catholics, there are lots and lots of souvenir stalls and food stalls here lining the road going to the church, located beside the car parks and just outside the basilica that sells various religious items like crucifixes, statues of Jesus, Mary and the Saints, Mass Cards and even...

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  • Basilica of Our Lady Of Manaoag Offering...

    Manaoag Things to Do

    The Basilica Gets crowded everyday from Pilgrims all over the Philippines and most people after hearing the mass and lining to have their handkerchief or towels touch the glass of the Statue of the Our Lady of Manaoag, they then proceed to the big covered offering area outside where the Pilgrim Image of the Our Lady of Manaog is housed and where...

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San Fabian

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  • Island-hopping in your own boat!

    San Fabian Off The Beaten Path

    Since it is quite new, yes, the pool is clean (for adults & children), the locals and staff friendly, the beaches un-spoiled.Aside from complete amenities (air-conditioned trailer-type and room cottages, as well as open cottages with private comfort rooms and baths, function room and eatery. But what takes Amianan Boating world above the rest is...

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  • Maison de Marlene

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    Nibaliw Vidal, San Fabian, Pangasinan Philippines

  • Try Seafood

    San Fabian Restaurants

    Has cool ambience because of its open air design. Serves native chicken and seafoods. We tried the crispy hipon (shrimp), Calamares, sinigang, crispy pata.

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Burgos

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  • Cabongaoan Sunset

    Burgos Things to Do

    This can be so late and most guest usually missed this one because they go home before sunset. Spending 30 minutes will be long enough to enjoy its beauty. My advice is that pack your things before sunset then return to the beach to watch it. You will love it. I took photos of some of my friends and let them take mine during the sunset.

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  • visit Cabongaoan beach

    Burgos Things to Do

    The far flung beach in the town of Burgos, Pangasinan is a real beauty, untouched and peaceful. It is located in the coastal bario of Cabongaoan. The sand is white and much finer than Patar beach of Bolinao, Pangasinan. I think it is about 1.5 km long. Some part of the beach is rocky though so better wear your swimming shoes and be careful with...

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Tambobong

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  • YELLOW FIN TUNA!

    Tambobong Off The Beaten Path

    Ask around for fresh catch of the day. You might be lucky enough to find a good sized tuna. At 70/kilo just buy they whole thing and feast on it with your friends for days! haha

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  • "too friendly" locals

    Tambobong Local Customs

    Especially when drinking alcohol, be wary of locals as they get too friendly. Even sitting down with you uninvited especially if you drink near the waters or on the beach. Alert your host immediately if you are uncomfortable with whomever imposed on you.

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  • balinmanok wreck

    Tambobong Things to Do

    shipwreck at Balinmanok cove. locals say that this ship containing tons of contraband ran aground during a severe storm in the year 2000 while Pres.Estrada was in power. Reportedly, a large portion of the drugs went missing by the time authorities retrieved the contents. It is now being slowly canibalized by locals for its remaining timber.

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Lingayen

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  • Lingayen Beach

    Lingayen Things to Do

    Lingayen Beach has one of the longest and widest shoreline I've seen. We had a long, leisurely walk along the shoreline. The sand is grayish and sticky. A couple of people also hanging around and enjoying the beautiful scenery. Several resting sheds can be found in the area for you to sit. A huge tree added beauty to the place. Indeed a very nice...

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  • Lingayen Capitol Building

    Lingayen Things to Do

    This large federal style building was built pre-war. In January 1945, the capitol was damaged by bombardment. Today, it has been fully restored and is still in use as the Pangasinan Capitol building. It is located near the windy beach of Lingayen where General MacArthur landed during the Liberation of World War II.

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  • Lingayen Capitol Compound Plaza

    Lingayen Things to Do

    Plaza behind the Pangasinan provincial capitol located at Lingayen. Provides us with a glimpse of history during World War II. It displays several memorial plaques, a pavilion with photograph gallery which includes the 1945 landings, and collection of American wartime relics, such as an aircraft, two tanks, 40mm anti-aircraft gun and a 6" gun....

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Dagupan

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  • Really Good Bangus

    Dagupan Restaurants

    On our way to Vigan, we decided to just drop by Dagupan for a late lunch as we are curious about what's so special with their Bangus. We asked a person on the bus which restaurant in Dagupan serves really good bangus ang she directed us to Silverio's. Upon arrival at the Dagupan bus terminal, we asked some locals for direction to Silverio's & we're...

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  • Don't Miss the Pizza

    Dagupan Restaurants

    Dagupan City now has Pizza Hut right at the heart of the city. I was happy to find it here, as I always love pizza. I gave my nephew a treat and I’m sure he must have enjoyed it. PIZZZZZAAAAA!!!

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  • Mall Tour: Nepo Mall

    Dagupan Things to Do

    The latest addition to this progressive city is the opening of another shopping establishment, the Nepo Mall which houses the Robinson’s Department Store and Supermarket, some specialty stores and food chains.

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Calasiao

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  • Visit Señor Divino Tesoro Shrine

    Calasiao Things to Do

    What makes this shrine special to the locals and the visitors as well? A story here goes that the image of the crucified Christ refused to leave the chapel. A group of devotees wanted to put the image to a bigger sanctuary years ago. But when the people tried to transfer the image, they couldn’t as it had become inexplicably heavy. The townsfolk...

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  • Calasiao Church: Sts. Peter & Paul

    Calasiao Things to Do

    Built in the 17th and 19th centuries by the Dominicans. Renovations have been done to this church and bell tower after an earthquake has damaged it but the exact replica is retained. The bell tower is one of the most beautifully designed towers I have seen. I came here on a Holy Wednesday, it was dark inside the church so I was not able to get a...

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  • Have a Bite, Have a Rice Cake!

    Calasiao Things to Do

    Centrally located between Dagupan City and Sna Carlos City, Calasiao is a progressive town that is well-known for its native delicacy, puto'. It is a bite-sized, sweetened soft rice cake made from semi-glutinous rice that is fermented in earthen jars. What sets their puto apart from everyone else is that its tastier and has that melt-in-the-mouth...

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Lucap

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  • Boating

    Lucap Things to Do

    The fare from Lucap to the Hundred Islands National Park by outrigger boat has been fixed officially at P400 plus P15 entry fee per person (P30 for an overnight stay). They can take up to five people, and larger boats are a bit more expensive. It's wise to agree upon the duration of the trip or the driver might return after only 30 minutes. You can...

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  • Lucap Wharf

    Lucap Things to Do

    There's not much to see in Lucap aside from the lighthouse. The lighthouse is still active with green flash every 5 seconds. Approxately 20 meters in height, it has a slender square concrete tower with an external concrete stairway winding around it. It has no lantern. It's location is on the waterfront at Lucap, on the west side of Lingayen Gulf...

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  • Governor's Island

    Lucap Things to Do

    Governor's Island is our last stop for our island hopping trip. This is the island where Pinoy Big Brother Teen Edition had their location shooting. It has a very nice little cottage where you can rent for P10,000/day according to the caretaker. He was very accomodating and guided us around the island. He even let us have a quick look inside the...

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Dasol

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  • The Bumpy Road to Paradise

    Dasol Transportation

    Getting to Tambobong Beach is quite inconvenient because it's quite far from the main town. From Dagupan, take a bus going to Dasol, get off Dasol Market and look for jeepneys bound for Tambobong. The jeepneys operate from 10AM-4PM only on market days and that's weekends. If you can't find jeepneys, you can hire a tricycle for like Php400 one way....

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  • Island Hopping

    Dasol Things to Do

    There are three islands which can be visited. The first island used to be a home of cobras and other species of snakes that's why it's called Culebra or Colibra Island. The second island where an underground cave is found has shallow waters with too many seaweeds which makes it inconvenient for both tourists and tour guides.

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  • Sauntering at Tambobong

    Dasol Things to Do

    The beach? It's perfect for night swimming because you're just like swimming in a very wide swimming pool, no waves. And the water is crystal clear. Before the sun sets, I suggest try renting one of their fishing boats, it's fun at the middle of the sea watching the sunset.

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Mangaldan

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  • Don't Miss the Peanut Brittle:...

    Mangaldan Things to Do

    Mangaldan is home to the original makers of the famous delicacy - the Romana Peanut Brittle. Peanut brittle is made of glucose, sugar, baking soda and of course, peanuts. It's yummy and crunchy... it's my personal favorite among the Pangasinan delicacies. Just like the Calasiao "puto", once you start, you can't stop.Just found out this summer 2015...

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  • Mangaldan Parish Church

    Mangaldan Things to Do

    Not really a destination, but its location along the road makes for an easy stop over for your visita iglesia on a Holy Week. Uploaded new photos from my recent summer 2015 visit here.

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  • Mangaldan Vintage Car Collection

    Mangaldan Things to Do

    Try visiting the vintage car collection of Mr. Bert Jimenez. He has a 1956 Ford Customline, 1965 Mercury Comet, 1968 Dodge Coronet 440, a Mini Cooper and a 1969 Volkswagen Beetle! All road-worthy and in car show condition! very impressive!this is a must for all car enthusiasts!

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Legazpi

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  • Legazpi Boulevard

    Legazpi Things to Do

    There is a kind of waterfront where you can eat fresh fish. I went there on foot and crossed the Legazpi Boulevard.

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  • Legazpi Heroes Memorial

    Legazpi Things to Do

    The Legazpi Heroes Memorial, is a high monument built to commemorate the defeat of Filipino fighters by American forces in 1900. In Legazpi city there was a much bloody battle during the Philippine-American War and World War II.

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  • Lignon Hill Nature Park

    Legazpi Things to Do

    This lovely park is close to Legazpi. Catch a rickshaw and will bring you here. Once inside you have to walk for a couple of hundreds meters untill the peak, where a cafeteria is located. On the way you will find many religious plaques with the life of Jesus Christ.In the cafeteria they offer basic food and drinks.The best are the views over the...

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