To fully immerse audiences in the mysterious Skull Island, director Vogt-Roberts, his cast and film crew, are filming “KONG: SKULL ISLAND” in one of the most stunning locations in Vietnam on February 22,2016.
Director Jordan Vogt – Roberts choosing Vietnam as the destination for his movie is such an honor for Vietnamese tourism industry. The filmmaking stage in Vietnam will last until the end of March, starting with Quang Binh which is famous for the resplendent Phong Nha-Ke Bang caves, particularly the stunning Son Doong Cave.
The crew will then move to Ninh Binh which is renowned for the magnificent Trang An. Tam Coc-Bich Dong is blessed by mother Nature with breath-taking caves which is almost untouched by any human being by the time it was discovered. Rich culture and history in Hoa Lu – Ninh Binh, the former capital of Northern Vietnam from year 968 to 1009, humbly stood there witnessing every change of history.
Explaining about why he decided to choose Vietnam as a destination for his filmmaking, director Jordan Vogt – Roberts stated :“Almost immediately upon landing in Vietnam, it became apparent that there was such raw, powerful and unspoiled beauty that general audiences hadn’t experienced on screen before. The look of Vietnam is gorgeous and otherworldly at the same time and it will provide a perfect aesthetic for our film” – Tuoitrenews.