JE's Bagoong Factory | Things to do in Lingayen-Pangasinan

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Lingayen, Pangasinan 205
Just reading the word 'bagoong' tickles the nose and reminds you of that pungent, familiar, fishy smell. Filipino dishes like Pinakbet and Kare-Kare never fail to miss getting partnered with bagoong simply because every dish tastes better with it. That's why Juanito and Lily Palisoc have decided to put up a Bagoong business instead of migrating to the US. Apart from the classic shrimp paste, JE's also offers new products like Padas (Siganid) and Ginisang Alamang (sauteed shrimp fry).

Open: Open Everyday

Address: Brgy. Pangapisan, Lingayen, Pangasinan

Fee: N/A

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Nearby attractions

Gov. Aguedo Agbayani Park
Attraction   1.76 km away

Aguedo Agbayani Park looks like a mini version of Luneta Park with a lot of trees and benches designed for anyone who's looking for a peace of mind. It is situated just across the Capitol Building and is the good place to unwind right after a tour of the city. The park was named after Pangasinan's longest serving Governor, Aguedo F. Agbayani.

Capitol Building
Attraction   1.80 km away

Designed by Ralph Harrington Doane, Pangasinan’s Capitol Building is of neo-classical architectural design and is considered as one of the Architectural Treasures of the Philippines by the National Commission for Culture and Arts. The construction of the original building began in 1917, was completed in 1918, and was inaugurated in 1919. It was damaged during World War II and was reconstructed in 1949 under the term of Governor Enrique Braganza. In 2007, during the term of Governor Amado T. Espino, Jr., the building was renovated as the initial part of the governor’s project, “dawning of the golden era” of the province.

Epiphany of Our Lord Parish
Attraction   1.84 km away

Built in 1587, Epiphany of Our Lord Parish is one of the oldest Roman Catholic churches in Pangasinan. Influenced by the town’s Christianized Chinese inhabitants during the Spanish Colonial Period, the church was made of adobe with an oriental pagoda-like bell tower. Currently, a replica of the original “retablo” is displayed inside, while a number of huge tower bells from the 1800’s are displayed outside the church. Earning its distinction as one of the best structures in Pangasinan, Epiphany of our Lord Parish was built by by Augustinian Spanish missionaries and has been in care by different groups of priests through the decades, from Columban to Filipino missionaries.

Things to do nearby

Motor boat ride to Cabalitian Island
Experience   Boat charter   14.96 km away
₱108.69

Motor boat ride to the island for 15-20 minutes good for 5 to 6 persons

Where to stay

El Puerto Marina Beach Resort & Vacation Club
Hotels and homes   1.21 km away
₱2,813

Famous for its rustic design, fine sandy beach, and lengthy shoreline; El Puerto Marina Beach Resort & Vacation Club is a hidden paradise neatly nestled in Lingayen Gulf Coast. A place where the clear blue sea gently rolls over the powdery volcanic sand and the sun reflects its warm rays on the glittering gold-like particles on the shore.

Bergamo Hotel
Hotels and homes   1.57 km away
₱1,150

Strategically located at Lingayen, this hotel is a great choice for all types of travelers seeking comfortable accommodations. It has clean interiors, quality facilities, and amenities that guarantee a memorable stay.

Mika's Building Transient Home
Hotels and homes   1.58 km away
₱500

Immerse yourself in the real local experience when you book at this transient home located at Lingayen, Pangasinan. The place is simple and equipped with the basic comforts you need. Staying at this local home will give you a glimpse to everyday Pangalatok life.

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