How to Travel Back in 18th-Century for Only Php1000 (or $21) Guaranteed!

Las Casas Filipinas De Acuzar Heritage Resort and Hotel, travel guides in the Philippines, Philippine Travel


Yes, you read it right.


You can now travel back to 18th-century (Spanish Era) with your Php1,000 (or $21, OMG!) and enjoy the bliss of the old city, and we guarantee that you need extra batteries for your camera coz this place is Instagrammable.


Thanks for our sassy fellow traveler Colleen Vidal, who generously shared her trips with her friends at Las Casas Filipinas De Acuzar Heritage Resort and Hotel, a 18th-century inspired resort located just right in Bagac, Bataan. Yes people, this is just at the northern part of the Philippines.


Scroll down and feast your eyes with her fantastic photos of her trip from these beautiful and mesmerizing resort. Actually we are kind-of teary-eyed while writing this post because we really want to back our bags and head to Bataan.


Las Casas Filipinas De Acuzar Heritage Resort and Hotel, travel guides in the Philippines, Philippine Travel

Our sassy traveler Colleen Vidal


Las Casas Filipinas De Acuzar Heritage Resort and Hotel, travel guides in the Philippines, Philippine Travel

Las Casas Filipinas De Acuzar Heritage Resort and Hotel, travel guides in the Philippines, Philippine Travel

Las Casas Filipinas De Acuzar Heritage Resort and Hotel, travel guides in the Philippines, Philippine Travel

Las Casas Filipinas De Acuzar Heritage Resort and Hotel, travel guides in the Philippines, Philippine Travel

Las Casas Filipinas De Acuzar Heritage Resort and Hotel, travel guides in the Philippines, Philippine Travel

Las Casas Filipinas De Acuzar Heritage Resort and Hotel, travel guides in the Philippines, Philippine Travel

Las Casas Filipinas De Acuzar Heritage Resort and Hotel, travel guides in the Philippines, Philippine Travel


Las Casas Filipinas De Acuzar Heritage Resort and Hotel, travel guides in the Philippines, Philippine Travel

Las Casas Filipinas De Acuzar Heritage Resort and Hotel, travel guides in the Philippines, Philippine Travel

Las Casas Filipinas De Acuzar Heritage Resort and Hotel, travel guides in the Philippines, Philippine Travel

Las Casas Filipinas De Acuzar Heritage Resort and Hotel, travel guides in the Philippines, Philippine Travel


http://blairvillanueva.tumblr.com/post/149827281998/travel-back-in-18th-century-for-just-21


Las Casas Filipinas De Acuzar Heritage Resort and Hotel, travel guides in the Philippines, Philippine Travel


Follow her tips coz this trips is really worth it! Experience the old Filipino traditions during 18th-century.






xoxo, Blair






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68 LOVES AND COMMENTS:

  1. Great photos and I agree - definitely a very Instagrammable place.

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  2. Wow! love the pictures and riding a Balsa in the Umagol River is something I would like to try. Thanks for the travel tip.

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  3. You are so beautiful ! I love your outfit and the photos !
    eloonly.com

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    1. Thanks Elodie, very summery, right? Colleen did a great shots!

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  4. This is the place for me! Indeed instagrammable! Loving the phots, and I can't believe it's only for 21$ !

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    1. Hello Borka,

      Yeah unbelievable right?! But its real! That's one of the reason why more and more expats prefers travelling to Philippines. Literally they could live like Kings and Queens here :)

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  5. Wow I'm really impressed by your pictures! This is amazing. I love history and this is definitely a place I would love to go.

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    1. Hello Carola,

      I suggest you back your bags with your beau, and have a exciting trip in our islands!

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  6. This place looks amazing �� a touch of Spain in Asia ��

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    1. Hello Ruxandra,

      Yeah indeed! We've been colonized first by Spain and most of our tourist spots have Spanish influence :)

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  7. Wow, this is a great concept. How amazing those sights and buildings. Very pretty you are so right about the pics being instagrammable...totally.

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  8. Oh em gee!!! First of all i saw your blog post in my friend's FB account she shared your post, and now i see it in Google plus community, well there's no doubt your pictures are so lovely and totally Instagram worthy. can't wait to be home in Philippines and visit the place. Your pictures is so fun and lovely ^^ thanks for sharing.

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    1. Hey Anna,

      Thank you so much! I hope you'll visit here too and share us your adventure :)

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  9. Very interesting post. We can consider this for our next out of town road trip. I would definitely love to visit Bagac and other places in Bataan.

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    1. Hello JM,

      Bring you family! It will be a great opportunity to teach kids about Philippine history, like a field trip :)

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  10. fun trip you had over there, your pictures are all amazing and they speak it all, so easy to go on such a trip with the guide and price you listed here. did i enjoy your post? YES.

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  11. Wow. This is Amazing. What an amazing work with the pictures I must say. Would really like to visit this place

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  12. Wow this could be a possible place to visit on my next vacay

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    1. Hello Anne,

      Bring your family and friends! Coz this trip won't hurt your pocket. :)

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  13. Hey Blair, awesome pictures! The place must be amazing !

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    1. Hello Jivita,

      Yeah, it is.. more travel adventure soon! Cheers :)

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  14. Travelling back in time sounds like an exciting adventure, specially if you get to do it on a bargain price. The picture with the canal looks magic!

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    1. Hello Gabi,

      Yeah and this is a great deal! Ah basically the whole experience is priceless :)

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  15. This looks like a lovely place to visit. I am going to the TBEX Bloggers Exchange Conference in Manila in October so this would be a perfect place to spend a few days. We have two weeks there to enjoy before the convention and this looks fantastic.

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    1. Great that you'll be attending the TBEX, I cancelled my registration due to family event. There will always be a next convention.

      Hope you'll enjoy the Philippines. It's already a monsoon season but, there are tons of things to enjoy here. Cheers!

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  16. How fun! Love all the cool shots you got, especially on the doorway!

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    1. Hello Carmy,

      Thank you! We will post more budget travel soon!

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  17. Mesmerizing Place!!! would love to visit once... Thanks for sharing the tips for the trip planning...

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  18. Definitely instgramable! haha. It almost looks like Venice with that river running right through the streets! What a beautiful place!

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  19. This place looks gorgeous ! Such amazing doorways and you know how much I love doorways.Fantastic images thank you for sharing.

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    1. This place makes me want to come back again! Next time we'll bring traditional clothing to complete the look :D

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  20. Looks like you girls never wanted to come back at all! What a delightful place. I'm sure its used a lot for pre-wedding photoshoots and all that jazz.

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    1. Hello Punita,

      Yeah perfect venue and backdrop. But we are glad this place is not too crowded. Thus it still maintain its natural beauty.

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  21. The photo with the houses alongside the canal reminds me a lot of Venice, but the architecture is something I've never seen before, it really is stunning! And those pastel colored doors are indeed extremely instagrammable! :)

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    1. Hello Martina,

      The design is influenced by Spanish era.

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  22. Wow, it is definitely a window to a very cute past. All the houses and the places look like a fairytale, and you look gorgeous there too! It seems like you had some fun!

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  23. Bataan looks like yet a reason one would wish to visit the Philippines. The architecture of the buildings is gorgeous and color splashed. Amazing captures!

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    1. Thank you Rashmi! Next time when you are in Asia, add Philippines to your itinerary :D

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  24. Beautiful pictures. Loving all the backgrounds. And the information on the location and the prices is priceless. Thanks for that

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    1. You're welcome Ami! Come and visit Philippines!

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  25. Wow amazing find there. The Philippines is way too large, I don’t know when I will be able to get there and try it out! Love the pictures

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    1. Hey Thuymi,

      Ley me know when you visit Philippines! This is another place perfect for both of you :)

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  26. OMG just $21, how?! It looks incredible and her pictures are so stunning. I'd love to sleep here for a few nights at the bare minimum :D

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    1. Hello Chantae,

      They offer an amazing and very affordable accommodation, and good food too!

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  27. It looks gorgeous, the water alongside the buildings reminds me of Venice. I don't know how much 1000ph is, but I bet it's worth, it does look indeed like a spectacular place.

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    1. Hello Joanna,

      Its US$21 for the whole trip :D

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  28. I love the place. You are definitely right when saying that is very Instagrammable. I also love your outfit and I think it matches very well with the landscape.

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  29. I am falling in love with the vibrantly colored doors of Bataan! I have no doubt the sites are even more stunning in person.

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    1. Hello Shane,

      You should book your flight now to the Philippines, and visit Bataan :D

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  30. This looks like a great place to have some fun. i am really fascinated by those beautiful dooes and windows with nice sculptures on them. I would love to visit this place when I get a chance.

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    1. Hello Subhadrika,

      There are many beautiful sites in the Philippine that wont hurt your pocket :D I will share more soon!

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  31. Oh this is such a beautiful place. Those colorful doors and windows look amazing. Bataan seems to be truly one of the hidden gems of Philippines

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    1. Thank you Tamshuk! You should visit Bataan!

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  32. OMG! This place is picture-perfect for any traveler and you have captured it very nicely!

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    1. Hello Ana,

      Yes, we will share more Instagrammable Philippine destinations soon!

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  33. How pretty is this place! I totally agree with the whole 'instagrammableness' of the place (er, don't think that's a word)! Always, I don't think I'd be able to put my camera down the whole time- so adorable!

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    1. Hello Sophie,

      That's what we experienced! Good thing we've managed to bring extra batteries for camera, LOL

      yeah, Instagrammableness is a word! Millenials can create with their own words :D

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