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Pangasinan Hotels & Resorts by Destinations : Alaminos, Anda, Bolinao, Dasol, Sual, Binmaley, Bugallon, Labrador, Lingayen, Mangatarem, Bayambang, Calasiao, Malasiqui, Dagupan City, Manaoag, San Fabian, Binalonan, Urdaneta City, Villasis, Rosales, San Quintin, Tayug, Umingan...

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Southeast Asian Maritime Trade Network

The ancient Malayo-Polynesian-speakers were expert navigators who had sailing ships capable of crossing the distant seas. The ancient Malagasy sailed from the Malay archipelago to Madagascar, an island across the Indian Ocean, and probably reached Africa. The ancient Polynesians navigated the distant Pacific islands as far away as Hawaii and Easter Island, and probably also reached America. At least several hundred years before the arrival of Europeans, Macassans, from Makassar in Sulawesi, Indonesia, sailing with their prau, established settlements in the north coast of Australia, which they called Marege.

A vast maritime trade network connecting the distant Malayo-Polynesian settlements from the Pacific to the Indian Ocean existed in ancient times. The Pangasinan people are one of the heirs of the ancient Malayo-Polynesian civilization.

Pangasinan was founded by Malayo-Polynesian settlers in ancient times who established settlements along the Agno River. Archaeological evidence and early Chinese and Indian records show that the inhabitants of Pangasinan traded with India, China and Japan as early as the 8th century A.D.

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Fiesta Foods Philippines Cuisine

For festive occasions, people band together and prepare more sophisticated dishes. Tables are often laden with expensive and labor-intensive treats requiring hours of preparation. In Filipino celebrations, lechón (also spelled litson) serves as the centerpiece of the dinner table. It is usually a whole roasted pig, but suckling pigs (lechonillo, or lechon de leche) or cattle calves (lechong baka) can also be prepared in place of the popular adult pig.

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Recommended Pangasinan Hotels & Resorts: Puerto del Sol Beach Resort, The Hundred Islands Resort Hotel,
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Pangasinan Travel Guides - Pangasinan Travel Informations
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- Pangasinan Language - Pangasinan Rebellion Against the Spanish Rule - Pangasinan Spanish Colonization
- Pangasinan World War II and the Japanese Rule - Pangasinan Religion - Pangasinan Religion Before Catholicism
Pangasinan Philippine Republic - Pangasinan Philippine Revolution

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Pangasinan Investment - Pangasinan Maritime Trade - Pangasinan Media and Internet
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By Destination Lists of Hotels and Resorts in Pangasinan Philippines
Alaminos Resort, Anda Resort, Bolinao Resort, Dasol Resort, Sual Resort, Binmaley Resort, Bugallon Resort,
Labrador Resort, Lingayen Resort, Mangatarem Resort, Bayambang Resort, Calasiao, Malasiqui Resort,
Dagupan City Resort, Manaoag Resort, San Fabian Resort, Binalonan Resort, Urdaneta City Resort, Villasis Resort,
Rosales Resort, San Quintin Resort, Tayug Resort, Umingan Resort

Pangasinan Travel and Tour Packages
Student Out of Town Trip Pangasinan - Manaoag Shrine Day Tour Package - Hundred Islands Overnight Tour Package

 

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