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Ifugao Woodcarvers' Village

Asin Road, Baguio, Luzon, Philippines
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Take home as souvenir,

Many beautiful pieces of big and small items for souvenir. The black are made from Kamagong, the... read more

Reviewed 2 May 2017
Nice wood carvings

Some stores would tell us that their prices are cheaper than the Baguio Market but I found out that... read more

Reviewed 10 January 2017
Imelda L
Pasig City
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  • Very good58%
  • Average15%
  • Poor6%
  • Terrible0%
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“wood carvings” (5 reviews)
“bencab museum” (4 reviews)
“wares” (2 reviews)
Asin Road, Baguio, Luzon, Philippines
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Reviewed 2 May 2017

Many beautiful pieces of big and small items for souvenir. The black are made from Kamagong, the hard wood. I bough several pieces of handy items of varied stocks. I was happy to have come here. they are all beautiful, not expensive and are all...More

1  Thank MijnlieverdFH
Reviewed 10 January 2017

Some stores would tell us that their prices are cheaper than the Baguio Market but I found out that it is not that much difference as they say...

1  Thank Imelda L
Reviewed 5 December 2016

this was a few kilometers away from where we stayed in baguio. off the beaten path of the usual burnham downtown crowds. the street is lined with woodcarving stores with some being carved on the spot by a father of a family we saw. wood...More

Thank jeyni13
Reviewed 11 November 2016

We were lucky to have chanced upon two men carving Dodo birds, which were to be exported. The wood carvings were beautiful! We were able to buy Bulul figures and a Nativity scene.

Thank Sharon Ann C
Reviewed 16 June 2016

a good place to buy your souvenirs. i bought my second igorot carving here and am so satisfied since im a fanatic of their art!

2  Thank Cristy B
Reviewed 31 May 2016 via mobile

Out trip to this place was meant to be a side trip to Bencab Museum, but it turned out to be the highlight of our trip to Baguio. There are a number of stores in the area and they sell all kinds of wood carvings,...More

4  Thank Herman D
Reviewed 25 April 2016

On our way to BenCab Museum, we we're able to see and drop by at some of this "Woodcarvers' Village". Nice work of art by the Ifugao's.

1  Thank Elai_Elai_Eh_Eh
Reviewed 2 April 2016

I love wood carving and i would spend the whole day strolling around this village. This is no museum rather an alley of small family-owned stores of various wood works. I bought nativity for P600. Bulol (rice guard) for P180-600. I have a great time...More

Thank Gilbert C
Reviewed 29 March 2016

These artisans are great at their craft. Sadly, the products are too tacky for a tourist. I could imagine those amazing baskets in an eclectic mix of an art lovers loaf. How I wish their skills were driven my modern design.

2  Thank Albert S
Reviewed 27 February 2016 via mobile

Look for items made from real Kamagong wood, or Anahaw, or Molave. Bought a medium size Kamagong salad bowl for a fraction of what they charge in Metro Manila. They had a gorgeous chess set carved using Philippine-motif that was beyond our budget. The dark...More

2  Thank Liza V
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