Admire the gorgeous Viet Nam through the Kong: Skull’s Island filming locations. Ninh Binh, Ha Long, and Quang Binh on the movie make the audience speechless because of its gorgeous. Among the three main setting locations in Vietnam, Ninh Binh is the place where film crews have been filmed longest to perform a lot of footage and the three tourist spots of Ninh Binh appearing in the film are Van Long, Trang An and Tam Coc – Bich Dong. Let’s discover the fascinating Kong’s land through Ninh Binh tour 2 days!


It will not be too much if compare Van Long like an amazing oil painting. The perspective of the wind, the water, the karst formations between clouds and clouds, just leave breathtaking.
About 80km from Hanoi and 2 hours by motorbike, Van Long Lagoon is located in Gia Vien commune, Gia Vien district, Ninh Binh province, which is a suitable place for relaxation with little time to admire. And enjoy the day.
Van Long Dam is not a natural lagoon, but formed from the embankment of more than 30km of the left bank of the Day River to prevent flooding. From there, turning Van Long into a vast wetland, there are beautiful rocks and caves.
Coming to Van Long, you will have the feeling of a wave-free bay with flat water and in the mirror, clear the layers of moss below. If you take a boat, about an hour you can take a brief tour of the lake, the first is the boat through the ravine; the two sides are tall grass. Van Long has over 30 beautiful caves, many large caves are being put into tourist attractions (in the high water season, some caves can not enter) such as Fish Cave, Shadow Cave, Tortoise Cave, Chanh Cave. ..


Can’t miss number one in Ninh Binh tour 2 days! The scenic wild nature, beautiful Trang An has been recognized as a natural heritage and world cultural heritage. The scenery here is made up of rivers flowing through the limestone formations, forming numerous mysterious natural caves, mysterious. And to discover the beauty of Trang An is not ideal than sailing through the cave to feel the “clouds of water” mixed together.
With 48 caves all with names associated with many stories such as Hang Sinh, Hang Linh, Hang Ba Giot, Wine Cave, Quy Hau Cave … Trang An is currently the only cave in Vietnam with many caves. Transit, there are caves up to 2 km long. This cave system follows in succession, forming a circle.
Located in the heart of Trang An is Thung Nham bird park with a natural flooded forest ecosystem on an area of ​​about 334.2 hectares, including 19 hectares of primary forest. Thung Nham bird sanctuary is home to about 46 species of birds, including one recorded in the Red Book such as Giang Sen, Coc De … This is also the only bird park in Vietnam “own” thousand years old. The tree grows right at the massive limestone plate with many layers, foliage. Every visitor must admire the ancient and unique nature of the tree growing in the middle of this forest.


Tam Coc – Bich Dong is considered as the most attractive tourist destination in Ninh Binh, known for its famous names such as “Halong bay on land” or “Nam Thien Cave”. Tam Coc (three caves) include Ca cave, Hai cave and Ba cave. All three caves are formed by the Ngo Dong River pier through the mountain … The center of Hanoi City about 90km from the national lot 1A is Ninh Binh City, then about 25km further you have to Tam Coc – Bich Dong, the most famous attraction of Ninh Binh where are breasted like “Halong” on the land of Ninh Binh. Indeed, you will feel the beauty “Son Thuy charming”. Although Ninh Binh has many scenic spots, Tam Coc – Bich Dong is the oldest and the only place still growing rice. Rice is only planted in one crop; nine at the end of April, early May lunar year and productivity is not high.
The trip to Tam Coc is started at Dinh Cau boat wharf, the boatman takes us along the winding Ngo Dong River, the two rivers are rice fields, yellow, you can zoom out. Watch the amazing rocky mountains or you can watch carefully the abundant aquatic animals scattered under the water and watch the pollen grasping on the top of the grass, the squash on the lagoon creates sensation. Inspired by photographers…
Go along the Ngo Dong River which you will turn to three caves through the mountains with different names such as Ca Ca 127m, through a large mountain, the cave is over 20 m wide. In the cave climate is cool and there are many stalactites hanging down with many shapes. Continue the journey will come to Hang Hai, ca ca 1 km, 60 m long, cave ceiling has many stalks down strange … Finally, Hang Ba, near Hang Hai, 50 m long, ceiling cave Like a rocky arch, lower than the other two caves. To view all three caves and free the beautiful images of Tam Coc, it will take you about 2-3 hours.
After the end of the trip to visit Tam Coc, you can visit Bich Dong Pagoda, an ancient pagoda attached to Asian karst mountains, about 2 km from Tam Coc wharf. History books say epitaph and old people in the village, before the temple and the common name: Bich Son (Blue Mountain). In 1773, during a tour of Son Nam with Lord Trịnh Sâm, Venerable Nguyen Nghiem – Father of Dai Thi Hao Nguyen Du named the action … Because the scenery was so beautiful and magnificent; it should be named “the second most beautiful cave in Nam Thien’ consecutive “Nam Thien De Nhat Dong” by Lord Trinh Sam….
It can be said that the scenery of the most scenic area of ​​Ninh Binh province is a harmonious combination of the beautiful landscape of the cave, the rugged mountain, the river, the romantic stream with the talent of children.

Ninh Binh is a fascinating land that still skipped through by tourists. To get more authentic experience, discover fascinating Kong’s land through Ninh Binh tour 2 days.

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