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“Kong: Skull Island” film set in Ninh Binh removed to preserve heritages

The filming location was set up at the Trang An Eco-tourism Complex, which inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

“Kong: Skull Island” film set in Ninh Binh removed to preserve heritages
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The film set of the Hollywood blockbuster “Kong: Skull Island”, which was established in Ninh Binh in 2017, has been recently removed to preserve the local heritages including Trang An, the world heritage site, according to the recommendation of UNESCO.

The filming location set up at the Trang An Eco-tourism Complex, which inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, welcomed thousands of domestic and foreign visitors and became one of the tourism spotlights in Ninh Binh province.

However, the dismantling of the filming set reached a high consensus of public and travel lovers as the film set had no cultural and historical values as well as unfit the landscapes. 

On the other hand, Ninh Binh province should exploit and promote its existing strength in terms of history, culture and natural beauty to develop local tourism, said tourism experts. 

A number of travel agencies said that the removal of the film set will not affect their business and so far tours to Ninh Binh province have been fully booked.
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