Pangasinan is a vast province. It’s the largest province of Region 1, after all, in terms of population and land area. The tourism industry in Pangasinan is just barely taking off, and will hopefully become more popular as domestic travel is promoted in a post-COVID-19 world.
When we talk about tourism in Pangasinan, we often think of its famous landmarks: The Our Lady of Manaoag Minor Basilica, the white sand of Patar Beach, and the Hundred Islands for camping and water sports. These landmarks have been mentioned in every tourism article of Pangasinan and are the very words of a traveler who went to Pangasinan.
However, Pangasinan is much more than these three locations. It is vast and wide and offers a variety of tourist attractions that are yet to be heard by the public.
This article is a list of…