Las Casas has numerous gorgeous doors. These are doors to hotel rooms.
The most photogenic building for me so far
The houses are rooms for overnight stay and a pretty gazebo
Casa Luna, an imitation of Antonio and Juan Luna’s house.
Overlooking Casa Luna
Casa Lubao’s first floor is converted to a game room where you can play billiards, darts, chess and other board games free of charge.
Footwears are prohibited inside the heritage houses so better wear something easy to remove and wear.
The view in Casa Lubao’s 2nd floor
The estero – the houses around it are private rooms that can be rented. It is promised that the water is everyday cleaned. I heard there’s already a riverboat tour in this canal.
Estero at night. Photo by my uncle.
While walking along the houses beside the estero, we saw an opened one leading us to a very dramatic pool and to this vintage mirror.
The most famous lola in the country – Lola Basyang. The iconic bridge in Las Casas is actually called Tulay ni Lola Basyang
The church is still under construction but they held mass every Sunday at 9am.
The beach is not as beautiful as the other beaches in the country but they offer various water sports here like jetski & banana boat.
A very pretty fountain in the middle of heritage houses. How nostalgic can it be?
Looking over the Maranao houses wondering how can we even get there.
Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar
January 24, 2016
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I’d love to go here just to do some photo-ops! I always enjoy looking at photographs in Las Casas. 🙂 The door in Casa Luna makes a good background. I wonder though if the place is as good in person, or as enjoyable? Are there other things to do aside from taking pictures?
Hi Katherine, there’s so much things you can do inside. You can check my other blog post about it here http://beadeegee.com/a-trip-in-the-past-in-las-casas-bataan/ I enjoyed the walking tour most. The place is good in photos and in person. 🙂
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