A more attractive Hundred Islands National Park in Alaminos City is already open to the public, but limited initially to residents of First District after three months of complete shutdown due to the Covid-19 Pandemic.
Mayor Arth Bryan Celeste said HINP will only be open for First District locals and tourists until August and soon open to the entire province or region subject to the Covid-19 situation in the coming months.
Only 1,000 tourists will be accommodated at a time or 50 percent of its original capacity in line with the guidelines.
Celeste said the city government recently collaborated with the Tanghalang Sandaang Pulo (TSP) and Nippon Paint to mount a three-dimensional mural along the wharf to make the area more attractive.
Also, S30 stalls of souvenir shops are also back in business at the park giving livelihood to more families. (PIA-Pangasinan /VHS)
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