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

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…

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The stunning beauty of Tam Coc – Bich Dong in the rice season

July 11, 2018

Situated in Ninh Binh province, about 120km from Hanoi capital, Tam Coc – Bich Dong is a part of the Trang An Landscape Complex UNESCO World Heritage site. The complex includes 2 main destinations: Tam Coc, a flooded cave system which consists of 3 natural caves Hang Ca, Hang Hai and Hang Ba; and Bich Dong, which is the home to a series of mountain pagodas. How to get there…

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