I recently had an opportunity to revisit the Tam Awan village. The experience this time was even better. We took a taxi from Sessions road - it took nearly 30 minutes to reach, through a winding mountain road.
The village itself is very beautiful and authentic - with native Ifugao cottages, paths with steps (watch out - they can get slippery due to the dew), and the cultural artifacts (like the wooden rice gods - Bulol) are well sign boarded.
There is even a ncie restaurant - very reasonably priced, with many more handicrafts adorning the walls.
On the whole, I highly recommend a visit to Tam awan village - and suggest you keep at least 3-4 hours to enjoy all of it.
Incidentally, Tam awan means "vantage point" in Ifugao.
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