The Historic Lingayen Beach



ShareTweet Lingayen Beach for history buffs: Seven decades ago (December 22, 1941), this same beach front has been a strategic base for the military operations of the Filipino and American allied forces. They are defending the Lingayen Gulf against the Japanese troops commanded by General Masaharu Homma. Unfortunately, this part of land was successfully occupied by the Japanese forces and Gen. MacArthur has no choice but to retreat to Bataan. Until after 3 years (1944), with heavy naval and air attacks from the US forces, Lingayen Gulf was taken over by the American troops and on the 9th of January […]

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5 Places to Visit while in Lingayen, Pangasinan



ShareTweet So far Pangasinan didn’t frustrate me- I was Awed at the Calasiao Church, Burped at the sumptuous puto and bangus, Captivated by Lingayen Capitol Complex and Delighted by the warm and friendly service of President’s Hotel. The Province of Pangasinan is rightly called the “Number 1 tourist destination in Region 1.” And I would dare say that the town of Lingayen would be second on the list of must-see places when in Pangasinan, the Hundred Islands National Park being on top of the list. Let me explain that as I share the 5 Places you shouldn’t miss while in Lingayen, Pangasinan. […]

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