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Pangasinan boasts of stretches of white, sandy beaches, verdant hills, scenic terrains, caves, waterfalls, ancient Hispanic churches, miraculous destinations for devotees, a vast coastline for fishing, water sports or leisurely walking along the Lingayen beach where one can get a glimpse of the world-famous Philippine sunset.
Being a gateway of sorts, the province is house to major and minor telecommunication companies, bus and transport services, regional and local publications, radio stations, television networks , cable services, hotel and restaurant chains, and a diversified variety of manufacturing and merchandising establishments.
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Lingayen Beach is an exquisite beach found in the capital of Pangasinan. It is a public beach that is open to all and has no entrance fee. Even cottages here are all free of charge, even if you stay the whole day. Unlike Hundred Islands in Alaminos, Patar Beach in Bolinao, and Tondol Beach in Anda, Lingayen Beach has a powdery grey color of sand. Lingayen Beach is located in front of the Provincial Capitol of Pangasinan. What I loved
Balempalis Living Waterfalls is a newest discovered tourist spot in Bolinao, Pangasinan. It is located in Brgy. Tara, Bolinao, Pangasinan, Philippines. It’s name “Balempalis” came from Bolinao word which means
Hidden Spring in Tara, Bolinao, Pangasinan If you’re looking for a great escape from the busy life of the city during the summer, come and visit the Hidden Spring nestled