Jordan Vogt-Roberts, director of ‘Kong: Skull Island’ travelled the world in search of the perfect location for his movie. Vietnam won him over and the film became the largest ever to be shot in the country, featuring the amazing scenery of Ninh Binh’s limestone peaks, Halong Bay and the caverns of Phong Nha National Park.
Karst mountain landscape at Hang Mua, Ninh Hai, Hoa Lu District, Ninh Binh Province, Vietnam, Indochina, Southeast Asia
Foggy landscape on Ho Chi Minh Highway West, Quang Ninh District, Quang Binh Province, Vietnam, Indochina, Southeast Asia
Halong Bay, Vietnam
Rock climber, Halong Bay (Ha-Long Bay) (Ha Long Bay), UNESCO World Heritage Site, Vietnam, South China Sea, Indochina, Southeast Asia
A caver stands in a sunbeam coming through an entrance to Hang En Cave in Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park, Vietnam. This natural phenomenon occurs only in the months of December and January
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