A few days after the release of the film Kong: Skull Island, many travel agencies offer tours to the shooting locations of certain film scenes in Vietnam.
Some scenes of Hollywood blockbuster, Kong: Skull Island directed by Jordan Vogt Roberts were filmed in 2016 in different sites in Vietnam such as: Trang An landscape complex, Van Long Nature Reserve, Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park and Son Doong caves,( Quang Binh) and Halong Bay ( Quang Ninh).
Indochinvalue, a travel agency located in Hanoi, Vietnam, offers the “Kong: Skull Island tour package” in 10 days from Hanoi. This tour, based on the scenes in the film, shows the magnificent and calm beauty of Vietnam with its tropical forests, mountains and magnificent limestone caves. This tour will help you discover Vietnam in a new way. This tour will started in Hanoi, Ninh Binh, Halong, Quang Binh and ends in Sai Gon.
In Vietnam, the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, in collaboration with film distributors, the National Tourism Administration and the cities of Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City, have joined forces to promote tourism in Vietnam using the images of the scenes filmed in Vietnam.
Doan Manh Linh, a leader of Quang Ninh Province, said the region could soon offer the "Kong in Ha Long" tour, which will tour the film locations of Jordan Vogt-Roberts.
In addition, tourists are also invited to visit the Kong film studio: Skull Island, organized by Quang Binh Province (at the Center).