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Tam-Awan Village, Baguio

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Explore indigenous traditions at Tam-Awan Village, an artist colony within a recreated native settlement. Surrounded by nature, the village features several Ifugao huts--built without nails--and two Kalinga houses. Admire the sophisticated structures, and watch some of the cultural shows. Take part in one of the art workshops for tourists, such as oil and pastel painting. View and purchase works by the local artists, and stop into the onsite cafe for a drink or meal. Native huts here provide accommodations if you want to extend your stay. Arrange your visit to Tam-Awan Village and discover more family-friendly attractions in Baguio using our Baguio trip itinerary maker.
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  • The Tam-awan village is somewhat misleading for some tourists thinking that it is really a village where there are residents in there. Shouldn't it be better called an Outdoor Museom since it shows ar...  more »
  • Tam-Awan Village is found in the northwestern part of the city. There are some Igorot Huts within the Village. If you do manage to climb up to the hut located at the highest point in the village, you ...  more »
  • from the gate to the tickets.. it just right ourt CAPTURES you.. ur curiosity rises each step you make inside the "museum..." just FANTASTIC.. i guess the creepines of the place for a non artist like ...  more »
  • A must visit if you are in Baguio. Well worth the symbolic price of 50 pesos. Went on a gloomy day and it was picture perfect. A bit slippery and lots of stairs, so not recommended for the elderly.
  • Not much going on in here. Just a quick art tour around to appreciate. Involves a bit of climbing which are also slippery on the rainy season. View is honestly terrible from the view decks. There is a place to eat and have coffee here
  • Local art!!! I especially enjoyed learning about the traditional Ifugao/Igorot houses too.
  • The place to get your art fix. A one stop shop for culture and arts. Witness the traditional cordillera dances...have your portrait drawn or if you are lucky you might get a nice view of the sunset.
  • Slippery when wet!! Need to wear shoes for climbing. But great to see all old houses