Malasiqui is an agricultural town in Pangasinan producing rice, corn, mango, and a lot of seasonal fruit-bearing trees. Founded in 1655 by Spanish friars whose main goal is to spread Catholicism, Malasiqui’s early settlers are predominantly farmers. They are very religious and God-fearing that’s why it wouldn’t be a surprise that soon Malasiqui could be added to the bucket list of retreat goers of the well-known Our Lady of Manaoag shrine in the same province.

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