Fabric Remnants of Laoac | Things to do in Laoac-Pangasinan

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The Fabric Remnants of Laoac started as a DSWD training program that blossomed into a thriving business for local women. There had been a total of 25 trainings since it started 2 years ago. There are now more than 20 indigent, out-of-school you, and battered women working at the center and earning for their families. The women would upcycle old clothes bought from the town’s “wagwagan” (thrift shops) into bags, pillow cases, rags, curtains, and bed foams. Items are sold between Php200.00-700.00. The factory and store is just a 3-minute walk behind the local municipal hall.
Open: 8:00am to 5:00pm Monday to Friday
Address: Brgy. Poblacion, Laoac, Pangasinan
Fee: None
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Nearby attractions

Laoac Tupig
0.18 km away

Tupig is a famous rice delicacy from Pangasinan. This stick rice cake wrapped in banana leaves can be bought in different towns. Laoac features two kinds of tupig - regular and black. Both are made with rice, sugar, milk, cheese, and margarine. The difference comes from the rice used. The regular tupig uses white rice from the local ricefields of Laoac while the black one uses black rice imported from the rice fields of Baguio. Each piece is sold for 5 pesos. You can also purchase a 1 box of 9 pieces for 50 pesos or a big box of 28 pieces for 150 pesos. If you want more variants of tupig, visit Laoac during their Tupig Festival where vendors line up on the streets to grill different tupig flavors.

Holy Cross Parish Church
0.31 km away

The Holy Cross Parish Church in Laoac is a town church founded back in 1981. It is located just 5 minutes from the town’s municipal hall along the national road leading to the more popular Manaoag Church. The parish church’s facade is a simple red and beige colored walls but upon entering, visitors will be welcomed by a golden altar in the middle featuring the images of Jesus on the cross, Mary Mother of Jesus, and St. Martin De Porres who is known for his work for the poor. The church celebrates the Feast of the Triumph of the Holy Cross every 14th of September.

Ramon J. Guico Sports and Civic Center
0.43 km away

Binalonan's home to their town's social and civic events. Established in the '90s with the help of former President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo and people who donated during their town fiesta. Before it was just equipped for sports tournament. Through innovation and support from the government, Ramon J. Guico Sports and Civic Center was renovated and was just recently inagurated led by DILG secretary Ismael Sueno last February 13, 2017. After the renovations, not only sports tournament is being held on the gym but also presentations and plays, conferences organized by Binalonan Health Workers.

Where to stay

Ruperto's Restaurant & Resort

Ruperto's Inland Resort is located in Barangay Linmansangan, town of Binalonan, Pangasinan. It's only a four hours drive from Manila. Its proximity to Baguio City makes it an ideal place to stay as you can get a glimpse of the country's summer capital in just a two-hour drive from the resort. Or visit the shrine of Our Lady of Manaoag, only 15 minutes via leisurely drive amidst green countryside scenery and smooth concrete roads. 

Oria Resort
Hotels and homes
5.02 km away

A resort in Sta. Maria Norte, Pangasinan where you can hold you events like birthdays, debuts, weddings and many more. We also have a computer shop for checked-in guests, billiard table, darts, karaoke and live band.

Ohana Royale Inn
Hotels and homes
5.81 km away

Ohana Royale Inn.

Getting there and around

Brgy. Poblacion, Laoac, Pangasinan

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