Home Cottage Industry and Handicrafts
In barangay Sto. Rosario, Sta. Cruz and Buang, a local cooperative is engaged in the production of bags and mats made from buri, bariw and abaca “piti” twines. The bags produced ranged from clutch bags, hand bags, shoulder bags, and knapsack of various sizes and designs. Mats produced are also of varying sizes. The products are bought by traders and sold to Kalibo, San Jose, Iloilo, Manila, and even outside of the country. The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) continuously supports the cooperative in terms of both quality control and marketing.
All visitors, tourists, and guests of this municipality never failed to visit or drop by Barangay Sto. Rosario to buy these excellent export quality products. A true Filipino ingenuity of skills and preserved cultural arts and handicrafts handed from generation to generation. If you missed to visit Barangay Sto Rosario to buy these true souvenirs then you missed your visit in Pandan.
Roman Catholic Church Bell
The bell, which is made of Spanish brass, played a significant role during the war. The bell was rung to signify the coming of Japanese soldiers. It served to warn Pandananons to evacuate and secure themselves from such attacks.
Each barangay in Pandan has its own fiesta. The fiestas are normally being held in April, May and December.
This was the site of battle of Japanese Imperial Armies and Filipino defenders during World War II.
A monument constructed by Japan Asian Friendship Society, a non-government organization from Osaka, Japan in memoirs of the past. The site where the bones and remains of the Japanese Imperial Armies were buried during the battle at Highway Pucatod.
This is where a monument of General Leandro Locsin Fullon, a soldier who guarded the Province of Antique against Spanish colonialists.
Gen. Leandro L. Fullon Monument
An Antiqueño soldier who led the Filipino revolutionaries against Spaniards in Pandan. He became a governor in the Province of Antique.