The big news that the Hollywood movie Kong: Skull Island (King Kong 2) will be filmed in Vietnam has been attracting the cinema fans who used to admire the first King Kong (2015). If you’re early waiting for this hit and feeling curious what destinations in Vietnam that star in King Kong 2, we help point them out: Quang Binh, Ninh Binh, and Halong Bay. In each of these beautiful destinations, the newest installment of the King Kong franchise focuses on some certain attractions.
The film crew is scheduled to shoot scenes right in Vang Long Westland, Trang An Scenic Landscape Complex, and Tam Coc – Bich Dong in Ninh Binh Province. Then, they will move to Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park, Rao Nan River, and Yen Phu Lake in Quang Binh Province. As well, the next place should be the legendary Halong Bay in Quang Ninh Province. The film crew tries to keep their works secret, and they have committed to maintaining the intactness of the natural environment in Vietnam’s iconic attractions.
As the Kong: Skull Island film is expected to hit cinemas in 2017, the moviegoers now feel eager to be on the wait, and some have plans to travel to Vietnam to discover why the film crew chose Vietnam the place to spend around 10% of the film’s total expense. Meanwhile, this is the awesome opportunity for Vietnam to introduce her beauty to the whole world.
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Attractions in Ninh Binh to be filmed in King Kong 2
The three places in Ninh Binh that will star in the Kong: Skull Island will be Vang Long Westland, Trang An Scenic Landscape Complex, and Tam Coc – Bich Dong Caves. While Van Long Westland is the nature conservation area with very charming, tranquil, and picturesque scenery, the Trang An owns the exceedingly scenic landscape. Obviously, when it comes to the captivating Tam Coc – Bich Dong complex, the wild and clean atmosphere wins everybody’s praises for the valuable caves. The King Kong film crew makes the right choices of these standouts in Ninh Binh – the second Halong inland.
Attractions in Quang Binh that star in King Kong 2
In the sense to find the pure and idyllic backgrounds for filming the wild life of the King Kong, the film crew highly appreciates the enchanting scenery in Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park (including Son Doong Cave), Rao Nan River, and Yen Phu Lake. Within the area around Yen Phu Lake, the landscape is still untouched and intact while the neighboring cave and valley as Mouse Cave and Cha Noi Valley are also taken into account. What’s more, the Rao Nan River offers the primeval backdrop with the beautiful river view. And, of course, the irreplaceable Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park will never cease to impress everybody.
Halong Bay – The Best of Vietnam for a Big Hollywood Film
Nature in the majestic Halong Bay goes beyond mankind’s expectation, and in some aspects, the UNESCO “Bay of the Descending Dragon” is supernatural and fairy. Filming Halong Bay in a Hollywood style ensures the pristine charm of the islands, beaches, caves, and mountains in this fairyland present their best. The whole world is looking forward to the completion of the Kong: Skull Island, which will surely create a hit. And, please expect to view the more beautiful Vietnam than ever in the big screens! Vietnam will wow you.
Some pictures updates at Quang Binh natural cinematic stage for Kong: Skull Island