Pangasinan Great Run Half Marathon Official Bus Service!

Hello fellow Runners coming from Metro Manila the official shuttle service of Pangasinan Great Run Half Marathon to be held at Lingayen Pangasinan is getting ready. Pick-up point is at Edsa Bus Terminal just before Trinoma Mall on September 21, 2012 at 1PM.

To those who will not run and still looking for a race I have a great news, there will be an on-site registration you may contact Junn Gutierrez of GBU at mobile number: 09156009044 or email 

You may also like Pangasinan Great Run’s Facebook Page and send them a DM (Direct Message) or PM (Personal Message) what are you waiting for register now and visit our Province.

Race Category and Registration Fee:

3K-Php350, 5K-Php350, 10K-Php500, 21K-Php750

For more details visit:

The good news is not only shuttle service is available but also accommodation and they will let you stay at Lingayen Stadium’s Dormitory, see picture below:

The Oval ( Dorms are located under the stadium.)

All I can say is I am getting excited. I want to eat Bangus (Milk fish), run at the beach and swim after the run, party at the beach and more. Of course, I want to eat tupig from Manaoag again. Hehehe! See you Lingayen in 3 days and let’s run! See you at the finish line!

Some Quick Facts About Pangasinan…

Pangasinan is one of the provinces of the Republic of the Philippines and its provincial capital is Lingayen. It is located on the west central area of the island of Luzon along the Lingayen Gulf. The total land area of Pangasinan is 5,368.82 square kilometers. The Pangasinan language is the primary language in Pangasinan and its estimated population of the indigenous speakers of the Pangasinan language in the province is 1.5 million. The name Pangasinan means “land of salt” or “place of salt-making”; it is derived from asin, the word for “salt” in the Pangasinan language.

Here are some of the tourist attractions in the province:

  • Sunny white beach at Rock Garden Resort, Bolinao, Pangasinan
  • The “Treasurers of Bolinao”, Pangasinan
  • Nuestra Señora de Manaoag (The Shrine of Our Lady of Manaoag is famous throughout the country for its supposed miraculous powers. Catholic devotees frequent the shrine, especially on the feast days on the first of October and the 18th day after Easter Sunday.)
  • San Carlos City Plaza
  • San Juan River in San Carlos City
  • MaPANDAN Festival
  • GALICAYO Festival in Manaoag
  • Tupig Festival in Laoac
  • BANGUS Festival and Pista’y Dayat (Beach Festival)
  • Bonuan Blue Beach in Dagupan
  • White Beach in San Fabian
  • Cape Bolinao Beach in Bolinao
  • Tambobong White Beach in Dasol
  • Tondol Beach in Anda
  • Antong Falls in Sison
  • Cacupangan Cave in Mabini
  • Mount Balungao in Balungao
  • Manleluag Spring National Park in Mangatarem
  • Sanctuario de Senor Divino Tesoro in Calasiao
  • Salasa Church in Bugallon
  • Lingayen Gulf War Museum in Lingayen
  • Bolinao Museum in Bolinao
  • Narciso Ramos Sports and Civic Center in Lingayen
  • Hundred Islands Marine Sanctuary in Alaminos
  • Oceanographic Marine Laboratory in Alaminos
  • Red Arrow Marker of the WWII 32nd US Infantry Division in San Nicolas
  • Rock Garden Resort
  • Umbrella Rocks of Agno
  • Urduja House in Lingayen
  • Beach Walk in Lingayen
  • Viewdeck in Suasalito, Sual, Pangasinan
  • St. John Cathedral Garden, Dagupan City
  • Caves in Bolinao
  • Home for the Aged in Anda
  • Boat ride in Pantal River, Dagupan City
  • Provincial Capitol, Lingayen, Pangasinan
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About Kalongkong Hiker

I am Paolo Mercado for 20 years I've been riding a bike, walking a lot and running a lot. I am Kalongkong Hiker, a trail runner, mountaineer and a biker that can also write a blog of my travels, adventures and places that I visited through walking, running and biking. I write to encourage others to stay healthy and fit. #KeepOnRunning #ShareTheRoad #KalongkongHiker
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