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the ILocos Region. Ilocos Norte. is a province of the Philippines located in the Ilocos Region in Luzon. Its capital is Laoag City and is located at the northwest corner of Luzon Island. PEOPLE AND CULTURE.

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The ilocos region

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ILocos Region


Ilocos norte

Ilocos Norte

  • is a province of the Philippines located in the Ilocos Region in Luzon. Its capital is Laoag City and is located at the northwest corner of Luzon Island.


People and culture

PEOPLE ANDCULTURE

life of the Ilocano – are described as - "the browbeaten, industrious, cheerful, simple soul who has shown a remarkable strain of bravery and a bit of wanderlust." The Ilocano history reveals his struggles and victories – in battles for colonial independence from Spain and America, to Philippine leadership.


Natural resources

NATURAL RESOURCES 

  • The region is a producer of food surplus – rice, corn, vegetables, root crops and fruits such as mangoes. It has abundant natural resources such as limestone for cement, feldspar for ceramics, fruits, vegetables, fish, poultry, and forest products such as bamboo and rattan.


Mode of transportation

MODE OF TRANSPORTATION

  • 1. Taxi – (Public Utility Vehicle with a taximeter used in Metro Manila and other Philippine Major Cities).

  • 2. Jeep – Filipino made Vehicle

  • 3. Minibuses – derived from truck chassis

  • 4. Tricycle – regular motorcycle with additional passenger seating. Designs vary but are usually fairly standard in a municipality.


Tourism industry

Tourism Industry

  • The province offers a number of popular destinations for tourists, locals and foreigners alike. Because of its proximity to the South China Sea, tourist arrivals peak during the summer seasons, the beach resorts topping the most visited list.


Tourism infrastracture

TOURISM INFRASTRACTURE

  • PAOAY, Ilocos Norte—The home of the Paoay Church, a World Heritage Site, is set to get a facelift, making it the focus of Ilocos Norte’s tourism master plan.


Migration

MIGRATION

A contemporary scholar, commenting on the Ilocano migration wrote: “The Ilocano movement has shown the way to people those vast lands. Without plan, without system, without leadership, without funds, following only the natural law of expansion, the ilocanos have spread over a considerable portion of the Northern Luzon, Central Plain and Mindanao.


Tourist profile statistics

TOURIST PROFILE STATISTICS


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ANUPLIG WATER FALL

NATURAL ATTRACTION


San juan beach

San Juan Beach


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Paoay Lake


Sand dunes

Sand Dunes


Paoay church

Paoay Church

BUILT-ATTRACTIONS


Sinking belltower

SINKING BELLTOWER


Bangui wind farm

BANGUI WIND FARM


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EVENTS

and

FESTIVALS


Pamulinawen festival

PAMULINAWEN FESTIVAL


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DECEMBER FESTIVAL


Ilocos sur

Ilocos Sur

  • is a province of the Philippines located in the Ilocos Region in Luzon. Vigan City, located on the mouth of the Mestizo River is the provincial capital.


Culture heritage

CULTUREHERITAGE

The Ilocos Sur Museum, founded on August 22, 1970, has a sizable collection of cultural treasures to be proud of. Here, Ilocos Sur art include paintings, centuries-old sculptures and pieces of carved furniture.


Natural resources1

NATURAL RESOURCES 

  • It has abundant natural resources such as limestone for cement, feldspar for ceramics, fruits, vegetables, fish, poultry, and forest products such as bamboo and rattan.


Mode of transportation1

MODE OF TRANSPORTATION

Mini-buses, jeepneys, and tricycles serve as inter-provincial, inter-municipal and interbarangay modes of transportation. 


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Tirad Pass

NATURAL ATTRACTION


Bessang pass

Bessang Pass


Sta maria church

Sta. Maria Church


Ancestral houses

Ancestral Houses


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Pagburnayan (Jar)


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EVENTS

and

FESTIVALS


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  • Semana Santa


Viva vigan arts and industry festival

Viva Vigan Arts and Industry Festival


Tobacco festival

Tobacco Festival


La union

La Union

  •  is a province of the Philippines located in the Ilocos Region in Luzon. Its capital is San Fernando City and borders Ilocos Sur to the north, Benguet to the east, and Pangasinan to the south.


Culture

CULTURE

Ninety-three percent of the population is Ilocano and is overwhelmingly Roman Catholic. There are communities of Pangasinense in the south, Igorots in the Cordillera foothills, and Chinese in the city.


Environmental and natural resources

Environmental and Natural Resources

  • Fishing grounds are found in almost all barangays traversed by the rivers.


Transportation

TRANSPORTATION

As with most of the Philippines travel is fairly easy and typically consists of buses, cars, jeepneys, and tricycles. Depending on the distance of your destination from your current location is a big factor in your mode of transportation.


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Museo de La Unio

BUILT ATTRACTION


Luna watchtower

Luna Watchtower


Battle of san fernando marker

Battle of San Fernando Marker


Agoo damortis national seashore park

Agoo-Damortis National Seashore Park


Hundred islands national park

Hundred Islands National Park


Pangasinan

Pangasinan

  • is a province of the Republic of the Philippines. The provincial capital is Lingayen. Pangasinan is located on the west central and peripheral area of the island of Luzon.


Culture1

CULTURE

The culture of Pangasinan is a blend of the indigenous Malayo-Polynesian and western Hispanic and American cultures, with some Indian and Chinese influences.


Environmental and natural resources1

Environmental and Natural Resources

  • The 1200 megawatt Sual Coal-Fired Power Plant, 345 megawatt San Roque Multi-Purpose Dam, and the Northern Cement Corporation are all located in Pangasinan.


Tourism infrastracture1

TOURISM INFRASTRACTURE

  • Effective tourism promotion came as a result of the renovation of the Capitol buildings and its environments.


Transportation1

TRANSPORTATION

  • Mini-buses, jeepneys, and tricycles also serve as inter-provincial, inter-municipal and interbarangay modes of transportation.


Regional holiday

Regional holiday

  • NOV. 13- Pangasinan day celebrates the birth day of the latest speaker Eugenio Perez, Sr., a foremost son of Pangasinan.

  • JAN. 9– a special non-working holiday in Pangasinan to mark the celebration of Pangasinan Veterans day in the province

  • APRIL. 5 -It will be a special non-working holiday in Pangasinan on April 5 when the province will observe its 431st Foundation Day, dubbed as "Agewna Pangasinan".


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Cacupangan Cave

NATURAL ATTRACTION


Villacorta caves

Villacorta Caves


Santiago island

Santiago Island


Limahong channel

Limahong Channel

BUILT-ATTRACTIONS


Villa verde trail

Villa Verde Trail


Old st john s cathedral

Old St. John’s Cathedral


That s all thank you

That’s all thank you..!


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