There is no airport serving Sison. So, if you are coming from Manila, you are likely to take the bus. Victory liner runs buses every hour from Manila to Sison. These buses pass via Dau and Tarlac. If you have a car, you can take NLEX (North Luzon Expressway). If you are willing to spend a lot of money, taxis can also drive you to Sison.
Buses, jeepneys, and tricycles bound for Sison are available in any parts of Pangasinan.
Like other Philippine provinces and cities, jeepneys and tricycles are very common. In some parts, there are sidecars or pedicabs.
- Antong Falls.
- Diocesan Shrine of Our Lady of Mount Carmel.
- Iglesia Ni Cristo Church.
- Sison Plaza.
- Municipal Library.
- Bued Toll Bridge.
- Swim and Dive in Antong Falls.
- Sison Public Market.
- Leslie's Bakeshop.
- Aqua Vida Water Station.
- PR Gaz.
- Sison Hardware.
- Cabradilla's Eatery.
- Leeza's Kambingan Seafood at Bulaluhan.
- Ramuel's Springfield Eatery.
- Balao's Restaurant.
- Rick's Cafe.
- Rose Palace Inn
- Most residents here residing in central Sison speak the Pangasinan language. Their language is erroneously known by other Filipinos as Pangalatok.
- Ilokano is spoken in the western and especially the eastern side of Sison
- Many establishments use the national language known as Filipino that is based on Tagalog.
- English is widely-spoken in Sison
- Sison Wi-Fi — the Wi-Fi is free in the area of Sison.
Note: Some places in Sison have Wi-Fi, but the owner of the Wi-Fi is always a private individual.