Fer-Dez Furniture | Things to do in Malasiqui-Pangasinan

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Equipped with decades of woodshop experience, Federico Fernandez, 75, started his own furniture shop in the town on Malasiqui. His ten-year-old shop, Fer-Dez Furniture, produces sofa, chairs, tables, and single and double-deck beds made from locally-sourced trees of manga, acacia, mahogany, and gmelina. Their products are are consumed locally in Pangasinan and other provinces like Nueva Ecija, Cabanatuan City, and Ilocos. His son, currently, owns his own franchise of the business. Together, they have about 10 workers.
Open: 8 AM - 5 PM
Address: Sentro Cawayan Bogtong, Malasiqui, Pangasinan
Fee: Free
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Nearby attractions

Mary Help of Christians Parish
Attraction
0.88 km away

Originally a part of San Carlos City, Mary Help of Christians Parish was then transferred to Basista as it parted with San Carlos in 1947 after having a resident priest. Old in its design, Mary Help of Christians Parish continues to serve the people of Basista through its services and education care of Mary Help of Christians Catholic School.

Pasima Bamboo Product Weaving
Attraction
2.89 km away

Seeing a kaing or bilao woven in front of you would make you think why it is a domestic product rather than a handicraft. The Philippines is blessed with many artisans and that include very skilled weavers. In Malasiqui, Pangasinan, Barangay Pasima is known to house bamboo-weavers. They make kaing (woven bamboo basket), bilao (woven bamboo tray), and drying beds. In Pasima, bamboo-weaving is a way of life. It is a family affair - the kids are assigned in weaving the basket’s base, while the mother finish the baskets. Kids aged eight start to help in weaving, while grandmothers also do their share of weaving. Seeing weavers work with bamboo sheets is almost magical as you understand how much effort and skills are needed to create a basket that would sell for only P10 to P12. Try weaving your own bamboo basket!

St. Dominic de Guzman Parish Church
Attraction
6.61 km away

St. Dominic de Guzman Parish Church was the largest existing Catholic Church in the Philippines during the late 18th century. Built by Dominican friars in the 1500’s, the church follows a Baroque style of architecture. It was constructed with ladrillo or bricks while its top level features a painting of Saint Dominic. The church was reconstructed several times after being destroyed by fire, in 1587 and in 1718, and after a number of natural disasters. The town celebrates the Feast of St. Dominic annually every August 8.

Where to stay

Golden Goddess Hotel and Restaurant
₱1800.00

Strategically located at Malasiqui, Pangasinan, 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. 

Family Center Point Resort
₱2000.00
Hotels and homes
3.23 km away

Resort in Malasiqui

Hacienda Vista Resort
₱600.00
Hotels and homes
4.17 km away

Unwind and get close to nature at this resort in Calasiao, Pangasinan. 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

Sentro Cawayan Bogtong, Malasiqui, Pangasinan

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