Category: Pangasinan

St James the Great Parish Church of Bolinao

Originally built in 1609, the church of St. James Parish in Bolinao, Pangasinan is made of black coral stones.  Its bell tower was once the tallest in the entire island of Luzon.  Bolinao church also served as a fortress against the pirates on several occasions. Today as it […]

The Charms of Tondol Beach

Tondol Beach is located in Anda, Pangasinan.  Tondol beach has fine white sand and a long stretch of shallow water.  It is a perfect getaway without the hassle, the noise and the crowd of the more known beaches in the Philippines. There are few and very cheap resorts […]

The Less-explored Side of Patar Beach

Patar Beach in Bolinao is perhaps Pangasinan’s most popular beach.  Many say it has fine white sand but in reality, Patar beach has golden sand.  Patar’s sand has a shade of yellow and not white. But Patar has a long stretch of awesome beach and the northern part, […]

Revisiting Hundred Islands National Park

Hundred Islands National Park has 123 islets on high tide and 124 on low tide occupying about 19 kilometers of Lingayen Gulf, in Alaminos City. The nearest islands to the Wharf are Sulpot Island, Monkey Island, Abad Santos Island and Hernandez Island. The popular islands where tourists can […]

Anda’s Hidden Charms

We arrived here mid-day and all we wanted to do is to have lunch and stay for about 2 hours or so – to take a dip and get some photos. But that intention had a complete turn around when we arrived. It was so irresistible that we […]