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|Release date||23 October 2002 (Update)|
|No. of banks||None|
|No. of altars||None (1, after Tai Bwo Wannai Trio)|
|Main music||Nomad, Jungle Community|
|Teleportation||Fairy Ring, Tai bwo wannai teleport scroll|
|Inhabitants/Race||Humans, Broodoo Victims|
|Location on World Map|
|Yanille||←||Tai Bwo Wannai||→||Ship yard|
Tai Bwo Wannai Village is located south of Brimhaven, deep in the jungle of Karamja. It's home to a number of villagers. However, it does have a problem with its location, as the surrounding jungle always seems to be trying to grow back over where it once was.
If you do travel to Tai Bwo Wannai, be aware of Broodoo Victims. They're part of the Tai Bwo Wannai Cleanup minigame, but most people just run from them, because they are strong and you do not really benefit for killing them, and they disappear very rarely. They cast annoying stat-weakening spells.
- A general store a bit north-west of town.
- The only Farming patch for calquat trees.
- An anvil.
- A Hardwood grove area with access to teak and mahogany trees. (Requires 100 Trading Sticks, obtained through the minigame.)
- A tribal statue that can recharge prayer points, similar to an altar. (Requires completion of Tai Bwo Wannai Trio.)
- The minigame Tai Bwo Wannai Cleanup.
- Close proximity to a cave filled with Jogres. (Also used in Jungle Potion.)
- The Tai Bwo Wannai Cooperative (a store that takes Trading Sticks for clothing and other items.) Run by Gabooty.
- The Tai Bwo Wannai Parcel Service. Will run items to your bank for a fee (10 Trading Sticks per item). Run by Rionasta.
- Close proximity to a mining site in the jungle to the south-east.
- Tiadeche's Karambwan Stall.
- Tamayu's Spear Stall selling Karambwan poisoned tipped spears (kp) and cleaning cloth to remove poison.
- Mama Buffeta
- Safta Doc
- Tamayu, hunter and spear seller
- Tiadeche, Karambwan fisherman
- Tinsay, priest