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“Good place to enjoy nature and the culture of Baguio”
Review of Tam-Awan Village

Tam-Awan Village
Ranked #9 of 68 things to do in Baguio
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Reviewed November 17, 2013

The place features some relics of the indigenous culture of Baguio. They also display artworks of some of the local artists. Every now and then, some local performers act out the traditional dances of the Igorot tribes.

The place is more secluded than most tourist spots, so it doesn't get very crowded.

Thank Hannah Ishael T
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Reviewed November 6, 2013

When I first visited Tam-awan in 1999, it was a serene place and it did not charge an entrance fee. I heard that it was supposed to be a home for artists who would like to exercise their craft and replenish their creative juices. However, on my succeeding visits, it has become a crowded place riddled with noisy tourists that you can no longer appreciate the serenity that the place once offered. Also, they now charge an entrance fee and the grounds are not maintained properly.

1  Thank deejiwahine
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Reviewed November 2, 2013

A very natural museum, with the natural coolness in Baguio. It was secluded also, but it was worth travelling into. It was creepy in other parts though, especially on your way up. Hope they maintain and improve on this site. :)

Thank mayigarchi
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Reviewed November 1, 2013

This is a nice little place to go and spend a short time. Lots of climbing with some cultural artifacts and houses that were closed when we visited. We have visited other 'cultural villiages' and this had the least to offer. IF you are in the area, its a nice stop over on the way to something else. Probably not a destination in itself.

Thank laphph2
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Reviewed October 9, 2013

We went there last August, and it was rainy season.. However, its one of the highest places of baguio wherein you get to see residential areas going there.. They serve native foods of the cordillera and has an artist that offers charcoal type of painting for their guests. I like their unlimited coffee and binagoongang bagnet..

1  Thank Dibyne
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