Tam - Awan Village, BaguioCurrently Closed
- Address: Long Long Benguet Road, Baguio, Benguet, Philippines
- Timings: 09:00 am - 04:00 pm Details
- Phone: +63-744462949
- Ticket Price: 10 PHP
- Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
- Tags: Art And Culture, Outdoors, Off Road, Village, Entertainment, Family And Kids
About Tam - Awan Village, Baguio
Located at the outskirts of the city, it is an artists’ colony set amidst Ifugao and Kalinga huts. Getting there may be a little tricky but certainly well worth the trip. A minimal entrance fee gets visitors inside the compound to explore the grounds, which includes an art gallery and a coffee shop.
The different native huts and other areas are used for workshops and exhibits. It is the best place to purchase an artwork by one of the many talented artists who have their creations on display. A spectacular view awaits those who climb up to the highest point of this village.
Tam - Awan Village Information
- The main attraction in Tam-Awan Village is the cultural shows in which young Igorots showcase their talents on dancing using gangza.
How To reach Tam - Awan Village by Public Transport
- Bus: Nueva Ecija Terminal
- Jeepney: Pinsao Jeepney
Restaurants Near Tam - Awan Village
- Hill Station
- Tam Awan Cafe
- Tikman Mo
- Noodle King Eatery
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Things to Know Before Visiting Tam - Awan Village
95% of people who visit Baguio include Tam - Awan Village in their plan
11 AM - 12 PM
55.81% of people start their Tam - Awan Village visit around 11 AM - 12 PM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Tam - Awan Village
93.52% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Tam - Awan Village
Tam - Awan Village, Baguio Reviews
Just don't go here when the fog is thick, there's supposedly a great view of a part of the South China Sea and a river on the viewing deck and there's supposedly a bit more hike up the side of the mountain. Nonetheless, it's a short but very informative tour about tribal art, history, architecture, culture and traditions. Plus you can bring home some goods crafted by the tribe from their souvenir shop.
The best place to stay in Baguio. You'll sleep to an Ifugao hut and wake up to a cold foggy morning. Then eat your breakfast with a great view of the neighborhood below.
It is great place! But too small. They have a biggest dream catcher I ever seen. And some arts from tribe are so beautiful. P.S don't go up. Nothing there in upper view point.
Truly a place to see in La Trinidad that preserves cultural heritage. Seniors may find it a challenge with steep climbs and stairs. But for those I saw after visiting the place, surely felt glad to have done so. Park your vehicles along the side of the road and will be asssited by attendants. PUJ's are also available for commuters. Your next stop should be Mount Costa.
OJTs as tourist guide r well trained and very pleasant, too. Learned quite a lot about d igorots' culture. The pasalubong items r quite pricey compared to other areas....