municipality of the Philippines in the province of Pangasinan

Binmaley is a municipality of 89,000 people (2020). Binmaley is the seafood capital of Pangasinan.



The town is famous for its bangus (milkfish) aqua-culture, because of its many fishponds (pokok in the Pangasinan language). However, because of constant siltation from mine tailings upstream from Agno River (due to mine operations in neighboring Benguet Province), and the overuse of artificial fish feeds, the bangus industry has suffered from fishkill, fewer viable fishponds and lower harvests. As a result, many formerly productive fishponds have been converted into large commercial and residential lots. This phenomenon is beginning to seriously threaten the unique Binmaley fishpond industry.

Get in


By bus

Fom Manila, you can take Victory Liner buses from their Pasay and Cubao terminals.

By jeep

From Dagupan or Lingayen there are Jeepney available from 4:30AM to 8PM.

Get around

  • 1 Binmaley Public Market.
  • 2 101 Minimart, Dagupan - Binmaley Rd, +63 929 755 1688. 7AM - 7PM.
  • 3 7-Eleven Convenience Store, Rizal Street. Open 24 hours.
  • 4 7- Eleven.
  • 5 Magic Binmaley, +63 755400098. 8AM–7PM.







Go next

  • Lingayen - It is the Bagoong Capital of Pangasinan
  • Dagupan - It is the Bangus (Milkfish) Capital of the World
  • San Carlos City - They annually celebrate the Mango-Bamboo festival every last Saturday of April.
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