Kong: Skull Island film set to be removed from the World Heritage Site

September 21, 2019

A set made for Hollywood blockbuster Kong: Skull Island is being dismantled in the Trang An limestone complex in northern Vietnam. The removal is part of heritage conservation efforts. The management board of the UNESCO heritage site in Ninh Binh Province said work on dismantling the film set started Friday, September 20. The dismantlement is being done on the recommendation of UNESCO, which said the film set stood in the…


NEW Kong: Skull Island Tour in Vietnam – From movie to real experience

March 16, 2017

Let’s follow in the footstep of Kong to experience and enjoy amazing landscapes that were shot in Kong: Skull Island: Van Long Lagoon, Trang An Scenic Landscape in Ninh Binh, Halong Bay and Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park. This is our newest Vietnam holiday package inspired by the American monster film directed by Jordan Vogt-Roberts telling an adventure story centered on King Kong. Vietnam was selected as the…


Kong: Skull Island in Vietnam

May 9, 2016

For the last few months, the media in Vietnam were flooded with news and photos of the movie Kong Skull Island being filmed in the country. Though this is not the first time a Hollywood film crew has picked Vietnam as a shoot location, it’s certainly the biggest one. Before, Vietnam missed the chances to become the filming site for many famous movies like: Tomorrow Never Dies in the James Bond Film…