Festival Capital of the North
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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The Hundred Islands National Park is now open to residents of Region 1. Health protocols will be followed to ensure the safety of visitors. Here
Daang Kalikasan is a shortcut national road connecting the province of Pangasinan to Zambales. Now becoming popular among tourists because of its refreshing mountain terrain