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Ninh Binh, Quang Binh & Ha Long are chosen to shot King Kong 2

Posting date: 09-03-2016 – View: 1275

 

As many information on Internet, the movie Kong: Skull Island begins filming in Vietnam on February 2016. With cooperation from the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, the epic action adventure will be the largest motion picture ever filmed in Vietnam. The film will be shot in Quang Ninh, Quang Binh and Ninh Binh provinces over a five week period. If you ever wonder why these destinations were chosen, we are pleased to show you.

Amazing scenery and stunning view from the first sight

The director of the film, Mr Jordan Vogt-Roberts said: “When we got out of the car, we immediately saw a stunningly beautiful sight that we thought was not real. It was magical. Colours and shades of the mountain ranges will make audience say ‘wow’ when they are seen. We fell in love with this place”.

Besides, the famous British actor – Tom Hiddleston was very happy to be in Vietnam. He said he had a chance to visit Vietnam when he was 19 years-old. However, that holiday took place at the same time he was cast in his first role. “I think I missed the chance to see Vietnam due to acting, so now, thanks to acting, I will again be in Vietnam,” he said.

US Ambassador Ted Osius said the film will highlight Vietnam as a superb tourism destination and deepen ties between the two countries’ entertainment industries. “The American film industry is a global leader in artistic expression and can serve as a bridge between the arts and governments to work on issues we both care about: intellectual property rights, piracy and online content distribution,” he said.

The crew of Kong: Skull island in Hanoi

Famous destination, cultural & historical sacred from the acients.

If Quang Binh is well-known for Son Doong cave, Halong bay is the one of Word Heritage of Humanity recognized by UNESCO, Ninh Binh is appreciated for its natural scenery, amazing view with majestic mountains & green fields along the lyrical rivers

Cooperating with foreign film producers opens both opportunities and concerns. Especially as the filming will take place at heritage sites throughout Vietnam, such as Ha Long Bay, Van Long Natural Reserve, Trang An Complex, and the Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park.

Recorgnized by UNESCO, Halong bay is one of World Heritage of Humanity. There are over 3000 islets around the bay. Cruising among the islets is the most wonderful experience when you have a change to come here. Moreovers, you can visit Thien Cung grotto, Sung Sot cave – the famous destinations of Halong bay.

Sunset on Halong bay from cruise

Trang An Eco-Tourism Complex is a complex beauty – landscapes called as an ‘outdoor geological museum’ with numerous caves, mountains, valley water, trees and the historic relic. Trang An cave has thousands of hectares belongings to Truong yen, Ninh Xuan, Gia Sinh, Gia Hai commune with more than 100 caves, tourists can go from this cave to other cave. Run longer than 20 kilometers next to the cave is connected valleys. It is said that this place is the rear of the reign of Dinh Tien Hoang over a thousand years ago.

Trang An eco-tourism complex

Van Long Nature Reserve is known as the “Preserved Nature Area” of Ninh Binh, it offers wonderful views of landscapes and rural life. River, mountains, grottos, rice paddies, old houses, friendly locals, tiny-bamboo boat riding, ect., all contribute to make Van Long a must-see for the connoisseurs of traveling. Tourists who come to admire the reserve will have the opportunity to view rich flora and fauna within the most bio-diversified wetland in Vietnam, according to research by national and international scientists.

Van Long nature reserve overview from riverside

Phong Nha cave – Ke Bang is noted for its cave and grotto systems as it is composed of 300 caves and grottos. A 2009 survey show that the total discovered length of the cave system to about 126 km, with many areas still not well explored.

Amazing boat trip among the river to discover Phong Nha cave

The Sơn Đoòng Cave, which was discovered in the 2009 survey by British and Vietnamese explorers, is considered the largest cave in the world. Even before this discovery, Phong Nha held several world cave records, including the longest underground river as well as the largest combined caverns and passageways

Son Doong Cave – overview from bottom

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