Lingayen is a 1st class coastal municipality of Pangasinan Province in Ilocos Region or Region 1, Philippines.
Profile of Lingayen Municipality (Geography)
Location –> Central part of Pangasinan in Ilocos Region (See map below)
Neighboring Towns –> Binmaley (east), San Carlos City (south), Bugallon (southwest), Labrador (west)
Area –> 62.76 km2 (24.23 sq mi)
Population –> 103,278 (2015 Census)
Revenue (2016) –> 209,152,018.15
Barangays –> 32
Terrain –> Lowland
Industries –> Trading, Tourism, Agriculture
Major Products –> Rice, Fish, Vegetables, Poultry, Handicraft, Home-made Food Items
People/Language –> Pangasinense, Ilocano, Tagalog, English
Legislative District –> 2nd
Congressman –> Jumel Espino
Mayor –> Leopoldo Bataoil
Vice Mayor –> Judy D. Vargas
History of Lingayen
The town of Lingayen was established on January 6, 1614.
In 1903, Lingayen was already a thriving municipality with a population of 21,529.
Economy of Lingayen
As the capital of Pangasinan, Lingayen is home to many government officials and employees. With its sizable population together with the adjoining towns, many malls and other commercial houses are found in the town center. Still, agriculture is an important pillar of the local economy where fish and rice are the major products.
Tourist Spots in
Provincial Capitol and Park
Plaza de Lingayen
Princess Urduja Palace that serves as the governor’s residence and guest house
Lingayen Gulf Landing Monument
Limahong Channel Tourism Center
Narciso Ramos Sports Complex & Civic Center
Co-Cathedral-Parish Church of Epiphany of Our Lord
Lingayen Gulf Landing Festival
Pista’y Dayat Festival (sea festival)
Map of Lingayen Municipality in Pangasinan