When you search Lingayen, Pangasinan in Google, the photo of its extravagant Provincial Capitol might be first on the list of the results. But Google doesn’t know everything about this place.
Lingayen is known to be the heart of Pangasinan.❤
It is located along the Lingayen Gulf, the Agno River and the Limahong Channel. It has a land area of 62.76 square kilometres consisting of 32 barangays and 7 sitios. Agriculture, livestock and fishing are the major industries of the town. Because of its location near the gulf, it also became one of the must visit tourist spots in Pangasinan.
Join us and together let’s tour around and discover the beauty of Lingayen.
Most of the times, Pangasinan is well known for two things, the beaches and the Dagupan Bangus (Milkfish). But aside from these, did you know that Pangasinan is also a home of delicacies?
From the colorful puto (rice cake) of Calasiao, to the sweet juicy Patupat of Pozzorubio; truly that Pangasinenses are blessed with cooking talents and sweet tooth. These delicacies also plays big role in the life of every Pangasinenses while growing up. One of the famous delicacy that every Pangasinense loves to prepare for merienda or snack time is the “Kiniler” or “bilo-bilo”.
Kiniler is the the Pangasinan term for the commonly known Ginataang Bilo-bilo or Ginataang Halo-halo. This delicacy is made up of rice balls and diced banana called Saba in the Philippines and cooked in Gata (coconut cream). Different fruits can also be added in this delicacy such as sweet potato, banana called Saba, jackfruit, buko (young coconut) and corn. Pangasinan is one of the Provinces in the Northern part of the Philippines that prepares this delicacy.
Today, our excellent teachers will show us how to prepare Kiniler.
Teacher Joan, Teacher Lanie and April already found the Ingredients!
The sky shines so brightly. Spending your free time is best when you go for an outdoor activity. It is refreshing when we are one with the sea and the sky. There are lot of things that you can do like snorkeling, scuba diving, surfing, fishing and many more. Getting outdoors helps us to appreciate our nature. Right now, our study abroad student experienced one of the activities and that is fishing. Fishing inspires a closer connection with nature and all the creatures in it.
We can learn a lot of things such as perseverance; we can’t expect that after few minutes you will catch a fish already so we need to have a lot of patience to wait. It could be your stress reliever and it is also the best way for the fishing mates to bond.
Pangasinan Tourism and Trade Expo, the Expo is held every year with the celebration of Pista’y Dayat (Sea Festival), which is certainly Pangasinan’s “Mother of All Festivals.” This Expo includes participants from Nueva Ecija, Ilocos Norte, Tarlac, La Union and other nearby provinces. It is located in Capitol Beachfront beside the Capitol Resort Hotel.
Mushroom also known as Agaricus Bisporus, sometimes mislabelled as vegetables but it’s actually a fungus. Not all kinds of mushrooms are edible, means that they are not fit to be eaten. Some of them produce bioactive compounds called mycotoxins that are toxic to humans. There are some mushrooms that people can eat. There’s a lot of ways to cultivate it and you can grow mushrooms even in your backyard. Before that, let’s see how we can produce mushrooms.
If you visit Philippines, you should include Lingayen on your list!
Lingayen is the capital of Pangasinan, located at the northern part of the Philippines. It is well known for its beautiful landscape such as beaches, rice fields and a lot more…
“How to get to Lingayen?”
When you arrived in Manila, you need to take a bus going to Lingayen. There are a lot bus stations that are bound to the said destination. While traveling, you will witness an absolutely wonderful sight.
Do you like coffee? We think almost everyone loves coffee!
We, Parrots-kun teachers, our mission will be to make best efforts to create a unique place where our customers will be able to socialize in a relaxing and comfortable environment as we enjoy the best brewed coffee in town.
Teaching by definition is to impart knowledge and making interventions to learn.
Over the years, Parrots Kun progressed in terms of quality education and competent teachers. It visually discerns its purpose to communicate ideas and inspire conversation to all its students. As what Mark Twain once said:
‘It is noble to teach oneself, but still nobler to teach others ‘.
Teachers conspicuously show the books that they used for learning.
Books main objective is for global literacy and this is what the teachers of Parrots Kun are conspicuously showing as they will serve as the emissaries of learning.