Tours launched to discover Kong: Skull Island’s filming locations

Thursday, 2017-03-16 11:05:59
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Van Long lagoon, one of several filming locations in Vietnam for the recently released blockbuster, ‘Kong: Skull Island’.
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NDO – While American blockbuster ‘Kong: Skull Island’ is hitting Vietnamese cinemas with 70% of its content shot in Vietnam, many travel agents have seized the opportunity to launch tours to the movie’s filming locations

The Exotic Voyages Travel Company provides tourists with ten-day-and-nine-night tour packages to Ninh Binh province, Ha Long Bay and Quang Binh province.

The company also opened a blog at https://www.exoticvoyages.com/travel-blog/kong-skull-island-filming-vietnam/ on the topic ‘Vietnam – An Amazing Destination Featured in Kong: Skull Island Movie 2017’, which features photos introducing the filming locations of the movie as well as the film crew’s experiences there.

Meanwhile, other companies including Star Light Cruise, Signature Cruise Ha Long, and Impress Travel are inviting holidaymakers to discover two famous destinations in the northern region where the film was shot: Ha Long Bay in Quang Ninh province, and Ninh Binh province.

With a six-day itinerary, Star Light Cruise will help tourists to discover the breathtaking natural beauty of Ha Long Bay, Van Long Natural Reserve and Trang An Eco Tourism Complex.

Signature Cruise Ha Long was a step ahead, running a tour to Ninh Binh and Ha Long even before the film was released.

Impress Travel Company is offering a five-day tour to Hoa Lu ancient capital and Tam Coc cave complex in Ninh Binh, Ha Long Bay, and the capital city of Hanoi.

At the same time, Viettravel is providing a unique travel experience for tourists, inviting them to enjoy the stunning view of Ha Long Bay from above with seaplanes.

According to the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism, the tours will contribute to bringing tourists a real Hollywood experience while boosting Vietnam’s tourist attractions to the world.