Tam - Awan VillageCurrently 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
Tam - Awan Village - Review
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
73.38% of people who visit Baguio include Tam - Awan Village in their plan
12 PM - 1 PM
54.88% of people start their Tam - Awan Village visit around 12 PM - 1 PM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Tam - Awan Village
94.54% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Tam - Awan Village
Tam - Awan Village, Baguio Reviews
You can feel that they are trying to preserve their traditions. A group of will showcase their traditions by doing some of their traditional dances. Surprisingly they have little room that has full of paintings which.
It is a quite interesting place to visit when you've been to Baguio a couple of times and you hope to go somewhere other than the usual destinations in Baguio. But I find it a bit small, and I was hoping to see more. However the entrance fee was inexpensive, so I suppose it wasn't all that bad.
We went hear when it was raining so hard! I say that it gave an eerie feel which made me feel more appreciative for nature. The place is good.
Very great place to appreciate and learn art. Artists are very accommodating and inspiring at the same time
Eight traditional Ifugao homes and two rare Kalinga huts were taken apart and then reassembled on the side of a hill at the artist colony Tram-awan Village. Spending the night in one of these huts is a rare treat. You can participate in art workshops, learn dream-catcher making, and see indigenous music and dance demonstrations. On clear days there are wonderful views of the South China Sea. To get there, take a Quezon Hill-Tam-awan or Tam-awan-Long-Long jeepney from the corner of Kayang and Shagem Sts.