The beauty of Ninh Binh in “Kong: Skull Island”

Nga Do
The tourist sites of Ninh Binh Province including the World heritage site of Trang An Landscape Complex, Tam Coc – Bich Dong, Van Long Wetland Natural Reserve… have been chosen as filming locations for the blockbuster movie Kong: Skull Island.

In the movie, Trang An Lanscape Complex showed up a spectacular landscape of limestone karst complex and mysterious valleys. The beautifull wild land has not been affected by human activities.

Located in Ninh Hai Commune, Hoa Lu District, Tam Coc (meaning Three Grottoes) was formed in dramic, jagged limestone rocks, with Ngo Dong river bending around. Weathered rocks form many unique shapes creating magic scene for the movie. Bich Dong was long ago named “The second most beautifull grotto in the country”.

Covering an area of 3,500 ha, Van Long is the largest wetland natural reserve in Red River Delta. This is a wild and spacious area with rocky mounts and caves and serves as home to thousand of fauna and flora. Van Long is considered as “Waveless bay” with tranquil water surface like a giant mirror reflecting spectacular natural sceneries.

Kong: Skull Island has set a new record box office revenue in the opening day in Viet Nam. Released worldwide, the blockbuster movie with breathtaking footage, overwhelming of wild nature scene, will give a leverage to attract more international tourists to visit the places in Ninh Binh that appear in the movie.

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