Las Casas wants additional curriculum in history

BAGAC, Bataan — Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar wanted additional curriculum for the heroic acts of past leaders be put in history to enable young students further learn about their heroism.

Romeo Co and Rogelio Dacanay, general manager and assistant general manager of Las Casas, respectively, said some of the ‘untold heroic acts’ of the country’s heroes was not actually being taught to young students by the schools.

“They have forgotten already the untold heroism of our heroes during the during the early years of our country,” Co and Dacanay lamented.

The only Philippine destination that showcases the best of Filipino heritage and culture through the colorful stories as retold by Las Casas owner Jose “Jerry” Acuzar’s collection of restored Spanish-Filipino houses. Las Casas showcased recently before a large crowd inside the Las Casas resort hotel the heroic deeds of the Filipino revolutionaries in 18th and early 19th centuries, earning a deafening applause from the viewers.

Located at the heart of this town, Las Casas has the majestic architectural design to heart-warming revival of traditions, with a complete package to a one-of-a-kind travel to the past.

All these unique initiatives of Jose Acuzar in line with his mission to bring Filipino heritage to greater heights has caught the attention of the international scene by being the only Philippine property to be a part of the Conde Nast Johansens Luxury Global Collection and Historic Hotels Worldwide.

This heritage resort is also the Asia Awards of Excellence winner for Asia’s most excellent destination for 2017 and is a project of the New San Jose Builders, Inc. 

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