The Hollywood monster
action-adventure movie, which hit theatres worldwide on March 10, was
filmed in multiple locations in Vietnam. The film
has drawn spectators to the theatre and it is expected
to help bring a huge number of visitors to the
sites that were shot in the film such as Trang An,
Van Long landscape as well.
The film helps promote the image
of Vietnam to the world in general and that of Ninh Binh in
particular, said Hoang Thanh Phong, vice director of the department
According to Phong, Ninh
Binh province also plans to beef up tourism at places where the movie was shot.
The department of tourism will partner with the Trang An
landscape complex operator, Xuan Truong company, to rebuild one
of the film sets and turn it into a tourist destination.
“Kong: Skull Island” was shot at
many heritages sites throughout Vietnam, such as Ha Long Bay in Quang Ninh, Van
Long Natural Reserve and Trang An Complex in Ninh Binh, and the Phong Nha-Ke
Bang National Park in Quang Binh.
The film tells the story of the
origin of the iconic king of the apes in a compelling adventure from director
(Translated by Nguyen Thuy)