Fallorina Orthopedic Practitioner | Things to do in Bautista-Pangasinan
|Open:||Monday and Thursday 8 AM - 5 PM|
|Address:||Sitio Namualan Sur, Diaz, Bautista, Pangasinan|
|Fee:||P300 per session|
After visiting Purok Tanubong, you will never look at walis (broom) the same way again. Tanubong, the area’s namesake, is a local grass grown in the province of Pangasinan. The brooms made using this grass is called walis Pangasinan. According to the locals, tanubong is much better than tiger grass because it is washable and much more flexible. Tiger grass is the one used to make walis Baguio or walis tambo. Walis tanubong could be comparable to a handicraft as each piece is hand-assembled. At least four people are needed to assemble the broom. The brooms are sold at P50 to P150 per piece. Purok Tanubong is known to be a place of broom-makers. Their products are sold locally in their town and nearby provinces such as Tarlac and La Union.
A trip to Bayambang, Pangasinan will not be complete without a taste of its infamous buro - a mix of fermented rice and fish. Buro-making is no a walk in the park even if it has only three ingredients: salt, rice, and fish. It is a very delicate process that takes about three weeks. The fish used - dalag, tilapia, or gurami - are all sourced locally. Shellflex Food Products showcases a modern day buro-making process with the help from the Pangasinan State University. Modernizing their buro is not just about new equipment. Shellflex learned how to make the buro less pungent while maintaining its flavor. The secret, they said, was removing the fish head in the process. Sauteed buro is best served as side dish of steamed vegetables and fried fish.
Only two towns in the Philippines has former President Emilio Aguinaldo’s statue on their municipal hall, the hero’s hometown in Kawit, Cavite, and Bayambang in Pangasinan, where he declared as the Fifth Capital of the Philippine Revolutionary Republic.
Across the century-old municipal hall is the two-hectare public plaza with the four-feet signage “Balong Bayambang” (New Bayambang), where tourist may take their photo. A walk through Bayambang’s rich history and attraction may be accessed through a mini-gallery inside the park.
Where to stay
Immerse yourself in the real local experience when you book at this homestay located in Alcala, 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 Pangasinense life and allow you to learn more about the wonderful province of Pangasinan.
Unwind and get close to nature at this resort in Alcala. This place invites you to take a breather away from the hustle and bustle of the city, while still offering you the basic amenities you need. Whether you’re looking for a new adventure, in a new town or a quiet respite from your busy schedule, this relaxing getaway has you covered.
Getting there and around
Sitio Namualan Sur, Diaz, Bautista, PangasinanGet directions