The Bangus Festival is one of the country's biggest and most colorful celebrations of local industry and culture. As Dagupan boast its local product the tasty bangus (milkfish), it draws local and foreign crowds. It is one of the grandest festival in Northern part of the Philippines, come and enjoy the fun activities and merriment's of the people of Dagupan City, Philippines. Be a part of it. Tara na sa Dagupan !
|2014 Bangus Festival contingents to Festivals of the North|
The Bangus Festival 2015 Tentative Schedule of Activities are as follows:
April 6 – May 30
April 11, 2015 CSI Atrium
April 11, 2015 Dagupan City Plaza
April 12, 2015 CSI Atrium
April 16, 2015 CSI Stadia
April 17, 2015 Downtown Loop/ Dagupan City Plaza
April 18, 2015 CSI Atrium
April 19, 2015 CSI Atrium
April 18-19, 2015 Dagupan Poolside
April 21, 2015
Dagupan City Plaza
April 21-26, 2015 CSI Bowling Alley
April 24, 2015 In front of Magsaysay Market
April 25, 2015 CSI Mall Lucao Open grounds/De Venecia Ext Road
April 25, 2015 CSI Lucao City Mall
April 25, 2015 Dagupan City Plaza
April 25-26, 2015 DPSA Shooting Range
April 26, 2015 Downtown Loop/ Dagupan City Plaza
April 27, 2015
Hall 3 CSI Stadia
April 30, 2015
De Venecia Ext. Road
May 1, 2015
May 1, 2015
May 1, 2015 Tondaligan Beach
Dagupan City is the transportation hub of Pangasinan from Manila and about 59 kms. southeast of Baguio City. The City is accessible by buses which leave every 15 minutes from 4 a.m. to 7 p.m. or even 10 p.m. There are several bus lines offering air conditioned coaches. The major road networks that crisscross the province are the Manila North Road via MacArhtur Highway and the North Expressway. Bugallon-Olongapo Road via Romulo Highway and the on-going construction of Rosales-Tayug-Umingan-Sta. Fe Road.
Pantranco North buses depart from Manila to Dagupan and from Quezon City to Alaminos (Hundred Islands) and Bolinao. The bus company also piles the Baguio-Dagupan route. The Dagupan Bus Co. operates between Cubao-Dagupan and Baguio-Dagupan. Victory Lines takes the coastal route from Olongapo to Alaminos and Dagupan. Other big buses that ply a route from Manila, Dagupan, Baguio an Bolinao are Five Star, City Trans, Philippine Rabbit, Philippine Rapid and MMTC. The roads from Baguio, San Fernando, and Vigan skirt the beaches of San Fabian.
Mini-buses, jeepneys, and tricycles provider inter-town travel. Boats can be hired for island-hopping and special interest activities.