On my first time in Hungduan, Ifugao the place that I really enjoyed going was the Heritage Village. It was lively and there were a lot to see in terms of how life in Hungduan really is. At that time it was their Tungoh Ad Hungduan, an annual activity on the third week of April and I think that is the best time to visit Hungduan.
In the Heritage Village before I met two travelling merchants who went around the Philippines buying and selling.
There were also craftsmen who made wood carving and baskets. One of the most memorable craftsmen last year was the guy who was carving trophies for their Rice Terraces Marathon.
Each native house depicts each barangay of the municipality and if you look closer you’ll notice that each house is unique from each other.