What to See in Pangasinan

Here are the list of what to see in Pangasinan:

Nuestra Senora de Manaoag is a large church located in the town of Manaoag. It houses the "Our Lady of Manaoag" which is believed to grant wishes and miracles. Many Filipinos visit the church as pilgrims.

Shrine of Senor Divino Tessoro is a shrine located in front of St. Peter and Paul's Parish in the town of Calasiao, Pangasinan. Inside is a statue of Jesus nailed on his cross. It is the second pilgrimage site in the province.

Lingayen Gulf War Museum in Lingayen
Bolinao Museum in Bolinao

Antong Falls in Sison
Cacupangan Cave in Mabini
Mount Balungao in Balungao
Manleluag Spring National Park in Mangatarem
Urduja House in Lingayen
Narciso Ramos Sports and Civic Center in Lingayen
Oceanographic Marine Laboratory in Alaminos
Rock Garden Resort
Treasures of Bolinao
Coca-Cola Plant in Calasiao
Pista'y Dayat (Feast of the Sea) in Dagupan
Puto Stalls in Calasiao
Lipit Falls in Sta. Maria, San Nicolas, Pangasinan
Pila Falls in Natividad, Pangasinan

There is no airport serving Pangasinan. So, if you are coming from Manila, you are likely to take the bus. If you have a car, you can take NLEX (North Luzon Express Way). If you are willing to spend a lot of money, taxis can also drive you to Pangasinan.