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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Truly a great place to see the art and culture of the highlands. You'll be able to see the different gods that protect them, the different dances and songs that they perform for their tribe, and adding to that is their great food! You will not be able to complete your trip in baguio without visiting this magnificent site. You...

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Reviewed 21 October 2015 via mobile

There are many art galleries in Baguio like the famous BenCab but this one is truly a gem. Even the way they built the place is an art already. The foods in the cafe are to die for. For less than $2, you can tour around the place. There are souvenir shops as well and a spot where they do...

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San Fernando
Reviewed 16 September 2015 via mobile

If you want to experience the outskirts and not so crowded part of Baguio, visit this place. If you are into arts and paintings, come and see this place. The place shows a culture of the Cordillera region. It is like a mini museum with a cafe, lodging and a mini adventure place as it can make you trek and...

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Thank Friz A
Singapore
Reviewed 22 October 2014 via mobile

So cool and relaxing place... Its my first time visiting Tam awan with my bf and his cousins..I did not expected it was fun amazing place inside... The staff was so accomodating thank you.. hoping next year we could visit again

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1Thank Peng2x
London
Reviewed 20 January 2013

This place was like no other. It is recreation of a tribal village and you sleep in traditional huts. Okay its not the hight of luxury but thats not why you are staying here is it. The people who run the place are lovely. There is amazing art all over the complex and lovely little bits that make this place...

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2Thank PaulFarrugia
Makati, Philippines
Reviewed 31 December 2012

if you want climb little hill, bushes and all this is one place to go to in Baguio. They have a meditation room that really looks cool and cozy. a Wishing pond right next to a sitting area and has lot's of golden carp swimming. have not tried eating at this place though. and if you are into local artist...

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1Thank oddlynice
San Fernando, Philippines
Reviewed 25 July 2012 via mobile

You probably want to stay for a night or two just for the experience. Accommodation wont be like the usual hotels around the city. Fun and different. Rates are fine but the food here is a little expensive.

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1Thank lonewolfshifter
London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 1 May 2011

We intended to stay for 2 nights as the description we read online made it sound like a cool retreat outside the bustle of Baguio City. However, we soon decided that 1 night was enough. It may be a cool location and funky, arty hang out but the accommodation is really not that good. The pro's: * Peaceful location away...

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Address: Pinsao Proper, Baguio, Luzon 2600, Philippines
Region: Philippines > Luzon > Cordillera Region > Benguet Province > Baguio
Number of rooms: 27
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Tam-Awan Village Hotel Baguio
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“Go hear when the sun is about to set, if you are lucky you can catch is setting on the horizon if you climb and reach the mountain top on time, be sure to ask your cab to wait though, you migh have problem trying to get a ride ;O)”
 of 5 bubbles oddlynice, 30 Dec 2012 | Read review
“Don't take the Agape room - zero privacy”
 of 5 bubbles jamerguk, 1 May 2011 | Read review
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