Tam-Awan Village

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Tam-Awan Village
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Myna P
Baguio, Philippines3 contributions
Family
This place is good for someone who loves art and history, where I do include my self in loving history. They do have a lot of nipa hut where I think it will serve as your hotel room if you wanted to stay there, and also a "bul-ol". The restaurant in Tam Awan also serves a satisfying meal. I was a child back then but still I can remember the very good experience I have in Tam Awan village.
Written 21 February 2021
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Cyril Grace R
General Trias, Philippines67 contributions
this place is a bit historical place/museum, you can see traditional houses in mountain province. there is a house for the lovebirds or honeymooners and they will stay there until the girl became pregnant.
Written 11 May 2020
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Ramanuj Naik
Bhilai, India25 contributions
Garden in the sky, that's Tam awan village although its not a real native village but has been converted to contemporary art gallery where you can get nature and art .Nestled into the hilly mountains of Baguio is an unsuspecting art village. At a glance, you only notice traditional huts with grass roofs scattered on different levels of elevation throughout the forest.they have nice forest views koi ponds and much more. Enterance is 60 Php
Written 12 February 2020
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Sio
100 contributions
Anyone who loves arts will love this place. A haven for local artists. Kudos to the city for having a place like this. Just make sure to not go there if it rains because the floors are slippery especially the stairs made of stones and rocks.
Written 10 February 2020
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LSSantos
Quezon City, Philippines393 contributions
It is a visual artist’s sanctuary. A virtual playground where various works of different media and nature are on constant display. (Some are for sale too.) It’s tucked somewhere in the outskirts of the city proper. Transport may be a concern. Definitely not for the mobility-challenged because of the up-and-down trek on sometimes rough and uneven stone pathways and stairways, made even more challenging after the rains. Ancient Igorot houses amid a lush forest-like setting dot the entire complex, some available for rent to tourists who may want to experience mountain living before modern times.
Written 17 January 2020
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AGAJANIANS
Boracay, Philippines440 contributions
Family
A nice place to learn more about the cultures and history of the tribe...

A bit challenging to visit if its in christmas season.
Written 23 December 2019
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Nico Samneil Sy Salado
Cebu Island, Philippines591 contributions
Family
There is an artist here who sketched pic that would draw any picture in 20 mins. For 200 pesos. Great talent. Houses are not well maintened. Pavement going to the view deck is not developed which is dangerous when it is raining, it gets slippery. View could not be appreciated if there would be a fog
Written 19 November 2019
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marialuisaanoche
Olongapo, Philippines81 contributions
60 pesos for adult entrance fee. 30 minutes far from the central city but it is worth to visit. You can see old history of the tribe, forestry, culture dance.
Written 14 October 2019
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Tozansha
Makati31 contributions
Away from Baguio proper, this secluded cultural village offers food, accommodation and cultural shows specially on Saturdays.
Written 9 October 2019
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Dean Cuanso
La Trinidad, Philippines56 contributions
Tam-awan is one of my favorite tourists spot when visitors come to Baguio. I often bring them to visit the village to have a different exposure aside from the city proper.
Written 8 August 2019
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