La Union Convention & Visitors Bureau

General Tourism Information

La Union was carved from the nine towns of Pangasinan, three of Ilocos Sur and villages of the Eastern Pais del Igorotes in the Cordilleras. It was formally created by a Royal Decree issued by Queen Isabela of Spain on April 18, 1854. The name La Union indicates the union of towns from different provinces.

Spanish colonizers saw a thriving community when they arrived in La Union in 1572. The area was then a dynamic trading center especially for gold for Japanese and Chinese merchants.

The Augustinians were the first missionaries to build towns along the coast and converted the residents to Christians. The region became a base for the Spanish colonizers to exploit the gold mines in the uplands. In 1661, Andres Malong of Pangasinan tried to snatch La Union from the Spaniards but was later defeated at Agoo.

In the late 1700s, Ilocano immigrants moved to the region to look for greener pastures thus becoming the majority.

Modern La Union
Presently, La Union is still “young” when compared to older provinces such as Pangasinan, Ilocos Sur, Ilocos Norte, Pampanga, Cebu and Cavite. It is a class – A, progressive and developing province. Its 155 years of existence since 1850 testifies to reality of the original vision — a province geared towards peace, prosperity, growth and development. The original “dozen” towns have grown to 19 municipalities and a city. The additional eight are: Santol, San Gabriel, Bagulin, Burgos, Pugo, Tubao, Rosario and Sudipen. Although the rate of economic progress has been noticeable faster in the coastal towns, the interior towns have coped with the pace. The network of modern infrastructure has contributed to the present progressive condition in agriculture, commerce and industry. In the late 1990′s, the national leadership declared La Union as one of the archipelago’s 12 regional industrial centers.

Beach Fever
Since the advent of martial law in 1972, La Union has all the more progressed markedly. In commerce, merchants visit and trade from neighboring provinces. Every town has a “tienda” day. Aside from rice and tobacco, the inhabitants grow cotton, silk coconuts, cacao, mangoes and vegetables. The prime commercial and savings banks have their branches in San Fernando. The Central Bank of the Philippines has built its regional office thereat. Tourists are lured by the alluring beaches especially during the weekends. Thus, more new resort areas have mushroomed along the sandy beaches between Bauang and San Fernando. Filipinos have caught up the “beach fever”. Nestled in one of the environment-friendly hills of the city of San Fernando is the home of the only botanical gardens north of Metro Manila. The other tourist-getting spots is the Pindangan ruins and Poro Point in the southern portion of the city.

The La Union Conventions and Visitors Bureau (LUCVB) is an events organization to promote the tourism aspect of La Union.

Officers
Dianne Arellano (President)
Cathy Torricer (VP Events)
Mila Abuano (VP Media)
Glynis Balagot (Executive Secretary)
Shine Landrigan (Treasurer)
Jerry Romero (Auditor)
Lola Nanny Landrigan
Geremy Cacanindin

Major Projects

1. Summer Chill
They held last April their Summer Chill at San Juan Surf Area. It was a mini-Surfbreak with the objective of creating other activities aside from those that can be done at the beach. The event was funded by sponsors like San Miguel, Ginebra, Thunderbird, Provincial Capitol, Valero Group of Companies and other individuals. They also got funds through booth rentals or food stalls.

2. Seminar
LUCVB got the help of Perfomatrix, a private company in Pangasinan, to do a Personality Enhancement and Effective Customer Relations Seminar. It was held last August 29-30, 2009 at Coconut Grove with the objective of the seminar is to uplift the service quality of La Union.

3. Surfbreak
Surfbreak is now on its fourth year and is gaining more popularity and participants each year. This will be held on October 30-November 1, 2009 at San Juan La Union. LUCVB is tasked to be the marketing arm of the event.

4. 10th Year Ballroom Competition
LUCVB will organize the 10th year Ballroom Competition of Coconut Grove on the 1st Saturday of December at Coconut Grove, San Fernando La Union.

Contact Information
Glynis Balagot
Executive Secretary
0920-9328132
gbalagot@thunderbird-asia.com

Directory of Members

Travel by Car

To get to La Union, take the North Luzon Expressway (NLEX), enter the Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway (SCTex), exit Tarlac City, find your way to MacArthur Highway, and head North to Panagsinan, passing the towns of Carmen, Villasis, Urdaneta, until you get to La Union.

Travel by Bus

The airconditioned buses (Farinas, Partas, Dominion, Viron, Genesis, RCJ and Maria de Leon) depart from terminals in Pasay, Manila and Cubao every hour with destinations of La Union, Abra, Vigan or Laoag.

Buses from Victory Liner, on the other hand, only make a stop in Rosario, La Union.

The buses are located in the following terminals:

Farinas Transit Company
Address: Laong Laan corner M. dela Fuente Streets, Sampaloc, Manila
Tel #: (02) 7314507/ (02) 7314375/ (02) 7438580

Maria de Leon Transit
Address: Corner Gelinos and Dapitan Streets, Sampaloc, Manila
Tel #: (02) 7314907.

Partas Transportation Company Incorporated
Address: 816 Aurora Boulevard, Cubao, Quezon City.
Tel #: (02) 7257303/ (02) 7249820.
Fare: P384/pax (going to San Fernando City, La Union)

Victory Liner, Inc.
Address: 683 EDSA Cubao, Quezon City
Tel #: (02) 7274688

Victory Liner, Inc.
Address: 713 Rizal Avenue Extension, Caloocan City
Tel #: (02) 3611506 -10

Victory Liner, Inc.
Address: EDSA, Kamias
Tel #: (02) 9213296

Victory Liner, Inc.
Address: EDSA, Pasay
Tel #: (02) 8335019-20

Viron Transportation Company Incorporated
Address: Corner 1209 Blumentritt and Dapitan Streets, Sampaloc, Manila
Tel #: (02) 7416588
Fare: P345/pax

Bus terminals in La Union are:

Partas Transportation
Address: Quezon Avenue, San Fernando City, La Union
Tel #: (072) 2420465
Fare: P384/pax (going to Manila)

Viron Transit
Address: Brgy. Lingsat, San Fernando City, La Union
Tel #: (072) 6075333
Fare: P345/pax (going to Manila)

Travel by Air

La Union is only an hour from Manila by plane.

Sky Pasada
Address: World Citi Inc. / WCC Aviation Office, 960 Aurora Boulevard, Cubao, Quezon City
Tel #: (02) 9123333
Fax #: (02) 9138384
Website: www.skypasada.com.ph

Travel by Sea

None

Bus

Mini-buses, located at the San Fernando City Terminal, can take you to nearby towns a bit faster than the jeepneys. If you want to explore La Union on your own, you can easily hire a car or a van within the area.

FX

Jeepney
At P7/head, one can move around major cities in La Union via a jeepney. The main terminal is located at the San Fernando Supermarket.

Tricycle
Depending on the distance, visitors are advised to prepare an amount from P8 to P50 when riding a tricycle in La Union.

Kalesa
None

Taxi
None

Others

Festivals

Bacsil Ridge Celebration
When: March 19
What to see: The City of La Union commemorates the bravery of the Filipinos during the Battle in Bacsil Ridge in 1945 that led to the complete liberation of the town.

Ma-tzu Festival
When: Sept 16
What to see: September is the feast of the Lady of Caysasay, patroness of the Filipino-Chinese, whose image journeys annually from Batangas and is enshrined at the Ma-cho Temple.

Pindangan Festival
When: March 20
What to see: The date marks the the Founding Anniversary of San Fernando as a City ratified during a plebiscite on March 20, 1998 subsequent to Republic Act 8509, authored by then Gov. Victor F. Ortega, converting the municipality into a component city of La Union on February 13 that same year.

San Fernando City Fiesta
When: February
What to see: A month-long celebration, the city celebrates the feast of its patron saint, Saint William the Hermit, on Feb. 10.

Events

La Union Surfing Break
Address: Urbiztondo Beach, San Juan, La Union
When: Last week of October
What to see: La Union hosts one of the country’s biggest surfing events to introduce youngsters and local tourists alike the wonderful sport that has become popular in the region in recent years.

Summer Chill
Address: Urbiztondo Beach, San Juan, La Union
When: April 3 to 4
What to see: It is the biggest summer event in La Union, wherein surf pros and enthusiasts, including beach bums, gather together to party big time.

Luxury

Thunderbird Resorts
Address: Poro Point, San Fernando, La Union
Tel #: (072) 8887777
Fax #: (072) 6079818
Email: porofrontoffice@thunderbird-asia.com
Website: www.thunderbird-asia.com
Standard room: P7,000/night (weekdays, with breakfast); P7,500/night (weekends, with breakfast)
Check-in: 2pm
Check-out: 12nn

Mid-Range

China Sea Beach Resort
Address: Paringao, Bauang, La Union
Telefax #: (072) 7050833
Mobile: (0915) 5263341
Email: chinaseabeachresort@yahoo.com
Website: www.chinaseabeachresort.com.ph
Standard room: P1,665/night (with breakfast)
Check-in: 1pm
Check-out: 12nn

Coconut Grove Beach Resort
Address: National Highway, Paringao, Bauang, La Union
Tel #: (072) 6076604
Fax #: (072) 6076621
Mobile: (0918) 5299455
Email: resort@yahoo.com
Website: www.coco.com.ph
Standard room: P1,452/night
Check-in: 1pm
Check-out: 12nn

Hotel Ariana
Address: Paringao, Bauang, La Union
Tel #: (072) 7050050/ (072) 7050080
Fax #: (072) 6076788
Email: hotelariana.marketing@gmail.com
Standard room: P2,760/night (with breakfast)
Check-in: 2pm
Check-out: 12nn

Kahuna Beach Resort & Spa
Address: San Juan, La Union
Tel #: (072) 6071040
Fax #: (072) 6071017
Mobile: (0917) 6695353
Email: info@kahuna.com
Website: www.kahunaresort.com
Standard room: P4,500/night
Check-in: 2pm
Check-out: 12nn

Lola Nanny’s Report
Address: Urbiztondon, San Juan, La Union
Mobile: (0920) 4091030

Monte Del Rosario
Address: Rosario, La Union

Nalinac Beach Resort
Address: Bauang, La Union
Tel #: (072) 7050902
Website: www.launionbeachcitiesmis.net
Mobile: (0919) 3708381
Standard room: P1,680/night
Check-in: Anytime
Check-out: 12nn

Normi’s Beach Resort
Address: San Juan, La Union
Tel #: (072) 7200519
Mobile: (0927) 4496934
Email: info@normi2s-beach.com
Website: www.normisresort.multiply.com
Standard room: P2,100 (with breakfast)
Check-in: 2pm
Check-out: 12nn

Oasis Country Resort and Restaurant
Address: San Fernando City, La Union
Tel #: (072) 7050902
Mobile: (0919) 3708381
Website: www.launionbeachcitiesmis.net
Standard room: P1,680/night
Check-in: 11am
Check-out: 12nn

Paradiso Beach Resort
Address: Aringay, La Union

Plaza Hotel
Address: San Fernando, La Union
2) 8882992-6
Email: plazahotel@yahoo.com
Standard room: P1,200/night
Check-in: 6am
Check-out: 12nn

Pebbles Beach Resort
Address: Luna, La Union
Tel #: (072) 6031550
Mobile: (0918) 6282923
Email: jhunaromin@yahoo.com
Standard room: P2,500/night
Check-in: 12nn
Check-out: 12nn

Puerto de San Juan
Address: San Juan, La Union
Email: psj@puertodesanjuan.com

San Juan Surf Shop
Urbiztondo, San Juan, La Union
Tel: 072.720.0340/ 072.705.0833
Fax: 072.705.0833
Email: sanjuansurfresort@yahoo.com
Website: www.sanjuansurfresort.com.ph
Standard room: P1500/night (with breakfast)
Check in: 1 pm
Check out: 11:30 am

Sea & Sky Hotel
Address: San Fernando City, La Union

Sea Park Beach Resort
Address: San Fernando City, La Union
Tel. #: (072) 8883411 to 14
Fax #: (072) 8882369
Email add: sea_park@digitelone.com
Website: www.seaparkbeachresort.com.ph
Standard room: P1,500/night (with breakfast)
Check-in: 2pm
Check-out: 1pm

Se-Bay Resort
Address: San Juan, La Union
Tel #: (072) 8884075
Mobile: (0910) 7395698
Email: sebayresort@yahoo.com
Website: http://surfsebay.allhyper.com/amenities.htm
Standard room: P1,400/night (with breakfast)
Check-in: 12nn
Check-out: 12nn

Sunset Bay Resort
Address: San Fernando City, La Union
Email: sunsetbayresort@yahoo.com

Tropical Garden Resort
Address: Brgy. Paringao, Bauang, La Union
Tel #: (072) 6070415
Mobile: (0927) 8280000
Email: info@tropical-garden-resort-ph.com
Standard room: P1,600/night
Check-in: 2pm
Check-out: 12nn

Villa Navarro Beach Resort
Address: Caba, La Union
Tel #: (072) 7080113

Email: villa_navarro@yahoo.com

Budget

Long Beach Hotel Resort
Address: Bauang, La Union
Tel #: (072) 7050904
Mobile: (0918) 4151786
Website: www.launionbeachcitiesmis.net
Standard room: P1,000/night (with breakfast)
Check-in: Anytime
Check-out: 12nn

Fine Dining

Casual Dining

A La Crème Cakeshop and Café
Address: McArthur Highway, San Fernando City, La Union

Angel & Marie’s Surfer’s Retreat Restaurant
Address: Urbiztondo, San Juan, La Union
Mobile: (0920) 8362432
Email: marie.aquino1981@gmail.com

Brother’s Grill
Address: San Fernando City, La Union
Tel #: (072) 6077778
Mobile: (0929) 7660106
Type of food served: Filipino
Price range per person: P45 to P99
Operating hours: 6am to 10pm

Café Esperanza
Address: San Fernando City, La Union
Tel #: (072) 2420659
Type of food served: Filipino snacks
Price range per person: P90 to P130
Operating hours: 7am to 7pm

Hen Haw Restaurant
Address: Bauang Public Market
Tel #: (072) 7053089/ (072) 7053578
Mobile: (0929) 3521571
Type of food served: Chinese, Filipino
Price range per person: P65 to P255
Operating hours: 7:30am to 8:30pm

Ilonggo Grill
Ilonggo Grill 1st Floor, CSI The City Mall
Brgy. Biday, City of San Fernando La Union

Joana’s Kambingan
Address: San Fernando City, La Union
Tel #: (072) 8888452
Mobile: (0929) 6060406
Type of food served: Filipino
Price range per person: P60 to P200
Operating hours: 10:30am to 10pm

Mandarin House Restaurant
Address: San Fernando City, La Union
Tel #: (072) 8882424
Type of food served: Filipino, Chinese
Price range per person: P180 to P214
Operating hours: 8am to 10pm

Midway Grill
Brgy. Lingsat, San Fernando City, La Union

Midtown Restaurant
Address: San Fernando City, La Union
Tel #: (072) 2425458
Email: mrbugsyph@gmail.com
Type of food served: Filipino. Chinese
Price range person: P156 to P200
Operating hours: 7:30am to 9:30pm

Fast Food

McDonald’s
Address: San Fernando City, La Union

Local Favorites

Beaches

Bauang Beach
Address: Bauang, La Union

Pebble Beach
Address: Luna, La Union
This beach is known for its multi-colored pebbles and the ruins of an old watchtower.

San Fernando Beach
Address: San Fernando, La Union

San Juan Beach
Address: San Juan, La Union
San Juan Beach is famous for surfers. Depending on the waves, this is where beginners or professionals spend their day surfing.

Urbiztondo Beach
Address: Urbiztondo, La Union

Adventure

Billabong San Surf School
Address: San Juan Surf Resort, Urbiztondo, San Juan, La Union
Website: www.sanjuansurfresort.com.ph

Surf Lessons at He’e Nalu Surfing Pinas.
Mobile: (0917) 8607193 (Pj Valenciano)/(0917) 8827583 (Yna Lozada)/ (0917) 8059011 (Donna Valenciano)/ (0927) 7905149 (Gerard de Sagun)

Arts & Culture

Bacsil Ridge Monument
Address: Baranggay Bacsil, La Union

What to see: Bacsil Ridge is one of the most famous battle sites in the region. This is found in a mountainous terrain about 10 kilometers east of the city proper. It was the border of the Japanese Line established in mid-January 1945 and the Joint 121st Infantry Regiment of USAPIF-NI. A monument stands in the ridge to commemorate the hard-fought and won battle in the city.

Basi-making
Address: Lioac, Naguilian, La Union
What to see: Basi, the Ilocano native wine concocted from sugar cane juice and bark of “duhat” tree for the coloring, is a home industry in Lioac, Naguilian. Using the age-old process, the taste of the basi differs from one producer to another.

Blanket Weaving
Address: Bangar, La Union
What to see: This age-old practice of weaving wider Ilocano blankets is a prime home industry in Bangar. Rayon, cotton and polyester combination, and the “tinagudan” are the yarns used in the weaving of blankets and other products.

Heroes Hill and Freedom Park Stairway
Address: Capitol Hill, Baranggay II (Poblacion), La Union
What to see: As the name implies, the site is dedicated to country’s nine National Heroes, all of whom died to free the country from foreign invaders. The stairway boasts of a total of 153 steps.

Luna Watchtower
Address: Luna, La Union
What to see: This imposing, almost broken down structure was built along the shore in Luna during the Pre-Spanish time. It was used as look-out point for impending attacks by pirates.

Moro Watch Tower
Address: Baranggay Carlatan, La Union
What to see: The tower symbolizes the bravery and unity of the natives of La Union, fighting against marauding pirates called “Tirong” more than 400 year ago. The watch tower was turned over to the City Government on June 29, 2007.

Museo de Iloko
Address: Agoo, La Union
What to see: The old “presidencia” of Agoo houses artifacts and other pieces of cultural importance to the Ilocanos.
Operating hours: 8am to 5pm (Mon to Fri)

Pindangan Ruins
Address: Baranggay Parian, La Union
What to see: Used to be covered in 200 years of vegetation, Pindangan Ruins is the vestige of the oldest church that was built in May 6, 1786. The Ruins symbolizes the union of two sitios: San Vicente De Balanac, a coastal village, and San Guillermo De Dalangdang, a village at the foothills of mountains. The two sitios were seeking protection from pirates and headhunters through Fr. Jose Torres in 1759. The settlement was named as Pindangan which was derived from the Ilocano word Pindang, a traditional method of drying fish in the locality. On May 6, 1786, Pindangan was founded as Ministerio de San Fernando in honor of King Ferdinand of Spain. The church was damaged due to the earthquake that occurred in the year 1892.

Pottery Making
Address: Taboc, San Juan, La Union
What to see: Clay products are on display and produced in Taboc, San Juan utilizing the same age-old procedure in pottery-making. Taboc is about 9 kilometers away from San Fernando City.

Tomb of Unknown Soldier
Address: Baranggay Madayegdeg, La Union
What to see: Popularly known as “monument,” the Tomb of Unknown Soldier was built to honor the nameless soldiers who defended and freed San Fernando from outsiders.

Pilgrimage

Cathedral of Saint William the Hermit
Address: Barangay II (Poblacion)
What to see: The church was reconstructed by the residents through the efforts of Bishop Santiago C. Sancho in1947-1949 after it was destroyed during the liberation of the province in 1945 and re-dedicated on February 10, 1949.

Macho Temple
Address: Baranggay I (Poblacion)
What to see: Many Filipino-Chinese pay their respects to the image of Ma-zeun, believed to be the Chinese counterpart of the Virgin of Caysasay enshrined in St. Martin Taal Batangas, at the Macho Temple in La Union. The Macho Temple’s main edifice is adorned with detailed ancient Chinese art. The building was constructed by skilled workers direct from Taiwan and was designed by Architect Diokno.

Miracle Hill
Address: Barangay Pagdaraoan, La Union
What to see: The new Miracle Mission chapel is located here. It is built on top of a cliff facing the sea

Our Lady of Namacpacan Church (Luna Church)
Address: Luna, La Union
What to see: The Parish Church of Santa Catalina de Alejandria, it was built in the 18th-19th centuries by the Augustinians. The church houses one of the most important pilgrimage sites during the colonial era–the shrine of Our Lady of Namacpacan. The sprawling convent is now a school.

Shrine of our Lady of Charity in Agoo
Address: Agoo, La Union
What to see: The Agoo Basilica enshrines the miraculous image of Our Lady of Charity. This imposing structure of Mexican-Baroque architecture is the venue of religious rites foremost is the Semana Santa.

Parks & Recreation

Botanical Garden in San Fernando
Address: Sitio Japan, Cadaclan, San Fernando City, La Union
What to see: A Zen-inspired garden, the Botanical Garden is home to various tropical and indigenous plants from the different regions of the world, including the Philippines. It is a peaceful respite for visitors who want to get away from it all even for a few hours.

Mirador Hill
Where: Barangay II (Poblacion), La Union
What to see: This is known to be the highest point of the city, where the capitol water reservoir stands.

Pagoda Hill
Where: Barangay II (Poblacion), La Union
What to see: This where the Chinese-Filipino Pagoda stands, commanding a panoramic view of the city and the San Fernando City Bay.

Poro Point Boardwalk
Address: San Fernando City, La Union
What to see: Poro Point is famous for being home to the Presidential Rest House, the Catalnaan. It is also where a Philippine Navy Detachment and the Philippine Air Force can be found.

Theme Parks

Wellness

J & B 24 hour
Address: National Highway (between Bauang Beach and Poro Point)

Tasugare Health Studio
Address: Pennsylvania Avenue, Madayegdeg, San Fernando City, La Union
Tel #: (072) 8882995
Mobile: (0917) 9815106
Operating hours: 11 am to 5 am

Golf

Thunderbird Resorts
Address: Poro Point, San Fernando, La Union
Tel #: (072) 8887777
Fax #: (072) 6079818
Email: porofrontoffice@thunderbird-asia.com
Website: www.thunderbird-asia.com

Tours

Others

La Union Science Centrum and Museum
Address: Baranggay Cadaclan
What to see: the first-ever interactive hands-on discovery museum in the North, provides a practical and exciting alternative to formal education through interactive exhibits and its portable Planetarium. LUSCM is a learning center for everyone. It is an environment where science is portrayed as a dynamic and active process more than just a collection of facts and figures. It encourages children and adults alike to explore, interact and appreciate science and technology, culture and environment.

A museum, collections coming from the formerly the Museo de La Union, was also instituted to augment the science interactive exhibits aiming to preserve the rich local history of La Union.

Malls

Local Delicacies

Arts & Crafts

Souvenir Items

San Juan Surf Shop
Address: San Juan, La Union
Tel #: (072) 7200340

Fresh Market

Flea Market

Night Market
Address: In front of the City Hall, San Fernando City
When: Every weekend

Convenience Stores

Pharmacy

Mercury Drug
Address: Rizal Street, San Fernando, La Union
Tel #: (072) 2427472

Others

Bars & Pubs

Finnegan’s Bar and Restaurant
Address: 264 Km, National Highway Bauang, La Union
Tel #: (072) 7050924
Mobile: (0915) 6187590
Email: benzrivers@yahoo.com
Website: www.finnegans.com.ph
Price range per pulutan: P80 to P260
Beer: P60/bottle
Johnny Walker Black Label: P220/shot
Type of entertainment: Billiards, chessboard, dartboard
Operating hours: 10am to 10pm

Live Bands

Bali Hai Restaurant
Address: Bauang, La Union
Tel #: (072) 7050877
Fax #: (072) 7050876
Mobile: (0927) 3675413
Website: www.balihai.com.ph
Price range per pulutan: P145 to P350
Beer: P55/bottle
Johnny Walker Black Label: P145/shot
Type of entertainment: Live bands (during peak season)
Operating hours: 24 hours

Casinos

Thunderbird Resorts
Address: Poro Point, San Fernando, La Union
Tel #: (072) 8887777
Fax #: (072) 6079818
Email: porofrontoffice@thunderbird-asia.com
Website: www.thunderbird-asia.com

Cultural Shows

Karaoke

Others

Tourist Information Centers

La Union Convention and Visitors Bureau
Address: c/o Coconut Grove Beach Resort National Highway, Paringao, Bauang, La Union
Mobile: (0917) 8788131
Email: glynis.balagot@gmail.com

Department of Tourism Regional Office
Address: Oasis Resort, National Highway, San Fernando City, La Union
Tel #: (072) 7005780

Public Information and Tourism Office
Address: Capitol, San Fernando City, La Union
Tel #: (072) 2425550 loc 217/218

Philippine Tourism Authority
Address: Mabanag, Justice Hall, San Fernando City, La Union
Tel #: (072) 8880109

Tour Guides

Travel Agencies

Aboex Travel and Tours
Address: G/F Virginia Building, Quezon Avenue, San Fernando City, La Union
Tel #: (072) 2424220
Website:www.aboextravel.com

JGR Canadian Immigration Consultancy & Services
Address: Plaza Hotel, San Fernando City, La Union
Tel #: (072) 2423468

Small World Travel & Tours
Address: 3/F AGZ Building, Quezon Avenue, San Fernando City, La Union
Tel #: (072) 2426086/ (072) 2426085

Post Office / Courier Service

Air Freight 2001 Inc.
Address: Dalumpinas Oeste Road, San Fernando City, La Union
Tel #: (072) 8885321

DHL
Address: 490 Quezon Avenue, Katbangen, San Fernando City, La Union
Tel #: (072) 885014

LBC
Address: G/F Prudential Life Building, Quezon Avenue, San Fernando City, La Union
Tel #: (072) 7002510

Hospitals

Agoo Family Hospital
Address: 2504 Agoo La Union Ilicos Region Philippines San Pedro, Agoo, La Union

Agoo Medical Clinic
Address: 138 Consolacion, Agoo, 2504 La Union Consolacion, Agoo, La Union

Bacnotan District Hospital
Address: Poblacion, Bacnotan, La Union
Mobile: (0912) 3257019

Caba Medicare and Community Hospital
Address: Caba, La Union

Clinica Villanueva
Address: Poblacion, Aringay, La Union

Concepcion Medical Clinic and Hospital
Address: Balaoan, La Union

Ilocos Training and Regional Medical Center
Address: Parian, San Fernando City, La Union

La Union Medical Center
Address: Nazareno, Agoo, La Union

La Union Medical Diagnostic Center and Hospital, Inc.
Address: Ancheta Street corner Bucaneg Street, Catbangen, San Fernando City, La Union
Tel #: (072) 2422274/ (072) 2422275

Lopez Clinic and Hospital
Address: Balaoan, La Union

Lorma Medical Center
Address: National Highway, Carlatan, San Fernando City, La Union
Tel #: (072) 8882616-18/ (072) 7000000

Martinez Maternity and Lying-In Hospital
Address: Barangay Governor Lucero Street, San Fernando City, La Union
Tel #: (072) 2425768

Northern La Union Maternity and Children’s Hospital
Address: Bungol, Balaoan, La Union

Rosario District Hospital
Address: Concepcion, Rosario, La Union

Torio Maternity and Medical Clinic
Address: Santa Barbara, Agoo, La Union

Urgent Surgical and Medical Care Hospital
Address: San Antonio, Agoo, La Union

Banks and ATMs

Allied Banking Corporation
Address: 612 Quezon Avenue, San Fernando City, La Union
Tel #: (072) 8883327/ (072) 2424811

Banco de Oro
Address: Quezon Avenue, San Fernando City, La Union
Tel #: (072) 7001387/ (072) 7001392
Website: www.bdo.com.ph

Banco Filipino
Address: Quezon Avenue, San Fernando City, La Union
Tel #: (072) 8882946/ (072) 8882947/ (072) 8882190

Bank of the Philippine Islands
Address: 500 Quezon Avenue, San Fernando City, La Union
Tel #: (072) 8883641/ (072) 8883375

Chinabank
Address: Quezon Avenue, National Highway, San Fernando City, La Union
Tel #: (072) 8885732/ (072) 2420455/ (072) 2424624/ (072) 7000287

Vehicle Hire

Swagman Travel La Union
Address: McArthur Highway, Bauang, Paringao, San Fernando City, La Union
Tel #: 41 55 12

Others

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La Union Convention and Visitors Bureau Members

HOTELS / RESORTS / LODGING

Coconut Grove Beach Resort
ROMERO, JERRY
Manager
National Hi-way, Paringago, Baung, La Union
Tel. Nos: (072) 6076604 / (072) 6076621
resort@coco.com.ph

China Sea Resort
BERMUDEZ, RICHIE MARIE
Asst. Manager
Paringao, Bauang, La Union
Tel. Nos: (072) 7050833 / (072) 6076607 / (072) 2420822 (fax)
chinaseabeachresort@yahoo.com

San Juan Surf Shop
BERMUDEZ, RENATO
Manager
Urbiztondo, San Juan, La Union
Tel. Nos: (072) 7200340 / (072) 7050833
sanjuansurfresort@yahoo.com

Thunderbird Corporation
BALAGOT, GLYNIS
Sales Manager
Pro Point, San Fernando City, La Union
Tel. No: (072) 8887888
gbalagot@thunderbird-asia.com

Hotel Ariana
DY, ALBERTO
General Manager
Paringao, Bauang, La Union
Tel. Nos: (6372) 705-0050 / 705-0080
hotelariana.marketing@gmail.com

Lola Nanny’s Resort
Urbiztondo, San Juan , La Union
Mobile No: 0920-4091030

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