Discovering 3rd country King Kong home film making
After finishing making film in Australia and Hawaii, the crew of the blockbuster film officially chose Vietnam as the 3rd and also the final location
As the Ministry of Culture, Sport and Tourism, this is the first blockbuster allowed filming at Ninh Binh, Ha Long and Quang Binh in a month.
Son Doong is the largest cave which belongs to Quang Binh province and explored in 2009 by British cave experts. It has five miles long, 450 feet at its widest and 600 feet at its highest. There are shimmering rivers running through it, a dense subterranean jungle that keeps growing and fossilized corridors.
Son Doong is the greatest place to see in the 21st century by The Smithsonian magazine.
Tam Coc- Bich Dong ( Three caves)
After Quang Binh, Ninh Binh was chosen as the second destination and Trang An- a complex of cultural, historical and natural heritage sites , Tam Coc-Bich Dong- of the system of limestone caves and historic sites related to the Vu Lam Palace of the Tran Dynasty in Ninh Hai Commune, Hoa Lu and Van Long- the home to majestic limestone mountains and caves are three famous tourist destinations in Ninh Binh which started from February 27 through March 15
The UNESCO World Heritage Site, and a popular travel destination, in Quảng Ninh Province, Vietnam, Halong bay was the third location in Vietnam for making film.
Halong bay means Bay of the Descending Dragon has the unique emerald water and thousands of the limestone islands, beaches, and caves to impress every audience.
Let’s wait until 10th March 2017; King Kong 2 will officially immerse audiences and admire the beauty of Vietnam on the large green.