Ilocos region, where the " Golden voice of the North" Ferdinand E. Marcos was born. Though divided into two Ilocos Norte and Ilocos Sur, the province is famous for it's rich culture, delicasies, and historical sights. It has a nostalgic feel once you settled in one of its town, along the entire province are places that can remind us about the past. Across the province are vintage structures like old pre hispanic houses, brick made churches and museums. The mainland of ilocos is also known from its agriculture. There are tobacco farms, rice and corn fields, fruit and vegetable plantation, salt refinary and fishing farms. Bangui in Ilocos Norte to be in particular is the birth place of Windmill in South East Asia. While in the southern part is Vigan's Heritage Vilage popularly know to be the Streets of Crisologo. Today, the ilocano's are still driven to continue its growth in agriculture and tourism. Tourisim is its main attraction, from the pristine beaches of Pagudpud, fine sands of Currimao, iconic Kapurpurawan rock formation and Paoay's Sand dunes are just few tourist spots to endure.