The news about Kong: Skull Island (aka King Kong 2) captures your cinema interest, and you’re on the same quest as the worldwide moviegoers that asks Hollywood picks what destinations in Vietnam to film King Kong 2? Provided that you are the loyal fans of the first King Kong film (2015), and now hold the robust care for the scenes that star in this admirable Hollywood film, Vietnam contributes some breathtaking places in Ninh Binh, Quang Binh, and Halong Bay. There stand several attractions to be filmed in the newest installment of the King Kong franchise. Let’s see!
Attractions in Vietnam to be filmed in King Kong 2
Within the three chosen destinations, Hollywood did pick up some outstanding attractions namely Vang Long Westlands, Trang An Scenic Landscape Complex, and Tam Coc – Bich Dong in Ninh Binh Province; Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park, Rao Nan River, and Yen Phu Lake in Quang Binh Province; Halong Bay in Quang Ninh Province. Since all of these standouts have the intact and charming scenery, the film crew have committed to keeping the natural environment clean and undamaged as ever.
It’s expected that the Kong: Skull Island will make a hit in 2017, and at present, most of the focus are put on filming in Vietnam – where holds around 10% of the film’s total expense. Transparently, the Vietnam take this event as the precious opportunity to bring her breathtakingly natural charm to the Hollywood screen so that the whole world looks at her with the admirable eyes.
Some Words about the Appointed Vietnam Attractions in King Kong 2
Right in Ninh Binh, the Vang Long Westland is the iconic spot functioning as the nature conservation area that looks tranquil, poetic, and spectacular all year round. It’s the perfect background to film the wild life of the King Kong or the fight between the King Kong and any other monster enemy. Then, Trang An Scenic Landscape Complex is naturally blessed to become the most appealing attraction in Ninh Binh – the second Halong inland. About the Tam Coc – Bich Dong cave complex, the primeval caves offer the impeccable zone to film the “real cave” where the “real King Kong” can live.
When it comes to Quang Binh, the widespread reputation of the Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park, including the biggest cave known by mankind – Son Doong Cave, wins the Hollywood filmmakers’ praises. They find Son Doong Cave the must star in the Kong: Skull Island. Besides, Rao Nan River and Yen Phu Lake are the two notable attractions to be filmed thanks to their untouched and scenic environment.
About Halong Bay, it’s not the first time that this legendary Bay is ranked high internationally. Being the UNESCO World Heritage as well as the New Natural Wonder of the World, the “Bay of the Descending Dragon” promises to create the impeccable film segments that wow every audience who appreciates the emerald sea, enigmatic caves, natural beaches and islands, etc. How will the fairy Halong look in this Hollywood film? Of course, better than you ever think! Halong Bay looks very lovely via the lens of the standard camera; so, indeed, the world-class film crew will transfer the best aspects of this fairyland to the moviegoers worldwide. Let’s together await the great cinema hit, and I, myself, bet its winning 100%.
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