is a second class municipality in the province of La Union, Philippines. According to the, it has a population of people.
Aringay is from Metro Manila and from San Fernando, the provincial capital.
The town experiences the prevailing monsoon climate of Northern Luzon, characterized by a dry season from November to April and a wet season from May to October. Its economy is based primarily on agriculture, producing rice, tobacco and fruit crops as economic staples. A nascent tourism industry is centered on its beach resorts. Its ethnic population is predominantly Ilocano and Christian (Roman Catholic)
The nearest airports to A Riêng are Phung-Duc Airport (about 39.91 miles / 64.22 km), Pleiku Airport (about 54.41 miles / 87.57 km), Mondulkiri (about 76.99 miles / 123.9 km), Kontum Airport (about 78 miles / 125.53 km), Dong Tac (about 79.79 miles / 128.4 km), Tuy Hoa Airport (about 79.95 miles / 128.66 km), Qui Nhon Airport (about 80.09 miles / 128.9 km), Mundulkiri Airport (about 84.63 miles / 136.2 km), Ratanakiri Airport (about 84.91 miles / 136.65 km), Camly (about 87.15 miles / 140.26 km). (All distances are linear distances).