After the “Kong: Skull Island” was screened globally, international travel agents began selling tours to many heritages sites throughout Vietnam, such as Ha Long Bay in Quang Ninh, Van Long Natural Reserve and Trang An Complex in Ninh Binh, and the Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park in Quang Binh where the film was shot at.
Exotic Voyages offered tour to the Southeast Asian country with price from US$ 2,055 for the ten-day trip (VND45 million). In its introduction, the travel agent says:” In 2015, when Hollywood was searching for filming destination of King Kong 2 movie, for the wild and spectacular nature, they found Vietnam. Welcome to another shade of this fabulous country: a wealth of untouched nature. The no-man Skull Island reveals the primitive, majestic and tranquil beauty of Vietnam in virgin rainforests, countless mountain ranges, and incredible limestone caves. Let’s experience Vietnam in a way you’ve never done before on this exclusive King Kong tour made by Exotic Voyages.”
|Exotic Voyages' poster of the famous film |
Meantime, hundreds of internationally well-known travel agents also started selling tours to Vietnam.