|Places to See|
- The Left Angalo Footprint Lake, at Sitio Tapao, Poblacion, is a depression said to have been made by Angalo, the mythical Ilocano giant.
- Church Cave (Sitio Nabantey)
- Dawara Waterfalls (where a mini-hydro power plant was erected)
- Ida Mountain Caves (Ida)
- Lipit Stone Tower (Sitio Timmorre)
- In 1872, the Spaniards organized the settlement into a rancheria.
- Suyo was part of the Commandancia Politico-Militar (CPM) of Amburayan which was established on April 10, 1890.
- In 1922, the Americans turned it into a township.
- Later on, it was changed to a municipal district.
- In 1963, Suyo became a regular municipality by virtue of Republic Act No. 1515 and under Exec. Order No. 61.
- The town’s name was derived from the Ilocano word naisuyo meaning “thrown” because, according to old folks, said barangays were formed by the soil that accumulated at the river bank when the river overflowed its banks.
- Area (sq. kms.) - 124
- Population (2000): 9,685
- No. of Barangays: 8
- No. of Sitios: 45
- Income Class: Fourth
- District: First
- Zip Code: 2715
|Where to Stay|
- Suyo Eco-Mountain Resort - Sitio Coscosnong, Brgy. Man-atong
|Where to Shop|
The market is found in Sitio Butac, Brgy. Man-atong and market day is usually Saturday.
|How to Get There|
Distances (Suyo to:)
- Manila: 333.63 kms.
- Tagudin: 1 km.
- November 30 (St. Andrew the Apostle)